Former World and Masters Champion Andy Beaton was the star guest at the Hampton & District Thursday Darts League awards night.
He dished out prizes to title winners Old Red Lion Staines (Premier), RBL Teddington (First Division), Teddington Con Club (Second Division), The Griffin Brentford (Third Division), Dog & Partridge Staines B (Fourth Division) and Woodlands Tavern Isleworth (Fifth Division), as well as a host of individual players awards.
Graham Hollis, of Sunbury RBL B, threw the most 180s in the Premier with eight maximum scores, the same amount as RBL Teddington's Paul Fouracre in the First Division.
Rising Sun Hampton Hill C's Colin Thorne topped the charts in the Second with six 180s, but Sam Costello of The Griffin Brentford topped the lot with 13 in the Third.
Dave Tero took the honours in the Fourth with five maximums, while Woodlands' Jason Hill and Sussex Arms Twickenham's Mark Ginger shared the plaudits in the Fifth with two each.
There were also impressive tallies for Teddington Social Club B's Tony Tomkins and The Griffin Brentford's Steve Boyle,who threw seven each; for RBL Sunbury pair Phil Watham and Kevin Davies, who notched six 180s each; and Bedfont Sports' Tim Hester, who chalked up five.
Highest record check-outs, meanwhile, were recorded by Phil Watham in the Premier (161), White House Hampton's Tony Wilkie in the First (170), Spelthorne Sports' Mark Heyhoe in the Second (170), The Griffin Brentford's Alan Branch in the Third (131), Dave Tero in the Fourth (150) and Metro Water Board (Donna)'s Gary Knight in the Fifth (150).