Chris Jones has the Twickenham & District Ladies Darts League title in her sights.
The Metro Water Board Ladies star has thrown both the highest finish (148) and most 180s (three) to send the leaders 22 points clear.
RBL Isleworth, Feltham Railway Club Ladies and Jolly Gardeners Cranford now have their work cut out to catch the Metro.
Over in the Hampton & District Thursday Mens League, Old Red Lion Staines will be kicking themselves if they let the Premier Division title slip now.
An 11-point deduction for the leaders for a late cancellation has let second-placed Metro Water Board (Buster) move to within a point.
Third-placed RBL Sunbury probably have too much catching up to do, despite having both the division's highest finisher, Phil Watham (161) and top 180s scorer, Graham Hollis (seven).
It's a similar tale of complacency in the First Division, where leaders RBL Teddington have had four points taken away for a late result, meaning Feltham Rugby Club are breathing down their necks.
However, if Paul Fouracre continues his streak of 180s, having thrown seven so far, RBL shouldn't be in much trouble.
Tony Wilkie, of White House Hampton, shares the highest check-out on the entire league, but his team are struggling.
The player Wilkie shares the record with is Mark Heyhoe of Spelthorne Sports Club, who also checked out on 170.
However, despite being second in the Second Division, Spelthorne have no hope of catching runaway leaders Teddington Constitutional Club, who have won 16 games out of 16.
However, it is not they, but struggling Rising Sun 'C' Hampton Hill, who provide the division's leading 180s scorer in Colin Thorne, who has bagged four maximums.
The Griffin Brentford also have a huge lead in the Third Division, thanks in no small parts to Sam Costello's 12 180s - the most in the entire league.
But Hampton Social Club's lowly status, second from bottom, belies the efforts of Giles Ward, who holds the division's highest checkout of 130.
Dave Tero, of Dog and Partridge 'B' Staines, dominates the Fourth Division's scoring charts, having thrown four 180s and finished on 150.
But his second-placed side would have been just one point behind leaders Feltham Constitutional Club 'B' had they not lost four for a late result.
Woodlands Tavern Isleworth are keeping Teddington Social Club 'C' at bay at the top of the Fifth Division, with Jason Hill's two 180s helping keep them top.
But the division's top finisher, Gary Knight, with 150, again hails from a struggling team, second-bottom Metro Water Board (Donna).