Sam Costello's top-notch throwing has sent The Griffin Brentford straight to the top of the Hampton & District Thursday Darts League Division Three.
Having won Division Four last year, The Griffin - one of the four pubs on the corners of Brentford FC's ground - are taking Division Three by storm with four wins out of four.
They also have Steve Boyle's efforts to thank for their fantastic start - he holds the division's highest check-out of 120.
Two Feltham teams are unbeaten in the Fourth Division. Tabletoppers Feltham Constitutional Club B and third-placed Feltham Exservicemen's Club have both won four out of four.
But being last week's featured Pub of the Week in the Chronicle did Airman Feltham no favours, they are rock bottom after losing three out of three.
Sitting just above them are Jolly Gardeners A Cranford, who will also be putting in a bit of extra practice after losing four out of four.
Dave Tero of Dog & Partridge B Staines has three 180s, while Hounslow Social Club's Dave Goodchild leads the check-out charts with 124.
Royal British Legion Hounslow are the early front-runners in the Fifth Division with three wins from four, while Woodlands Tavern Isleworth cannot be counted out with three wins from three.
Only one 180 has been recorded, by Dennis Chapman of Sussex Arms Teddington. while Chris Jones of Rising Sun B Hampton Hill claimed the best check-out of 120.
Premier champions Old Red Lions Staines have started with three wins out of three, as have Royal British Legion Sunbury A - but Metro Water Board Buster lead the way despite losing one of their four games so far.
The Legion's Phil Watham leads the way in check-outs with 161, while four players have thrown three 180s.
Best check-out in the whole league, however, goes to White House Hampton's Tony Wilkins, who finished his game with a remarkable effort of 170 in the First Division.
Leading the way are Royal British Legion Teddington, for whom Paul Fouracre has landed two 180s.
However, another team who will be booking in some extra practice time are Bedfont Sports, who have four defeats from four. Also searching for their first wins after three games are Whitton Community Association, Victoria Tavern Isleworth and Duke of York Hounslow in the Second Division.
Teddington Constitutional Club lead the way with a perfect record from four games, while Nick Nicoliades of Royal British Legion Isleworth has thrown two 180s and Spelthorne Sports' Mark Hayhoe checked out highest on 164.
Meanwhile, Royal British Legion Isleworth top the Ladies League with three wins from four, putting them just ahead of Jolly Gardeners Cranford.
Also in the hunt are Feltham Railway Club Ladies, for whom Alison Tomkins has thrown the highest score of 140, while MWB Ladies' Chris Jones checked out highest on 136.