Whimple and District Darts League Finals Night success

PUBLISHED: 14:22 04 June 2018


The Whimple and District League Finals Night took place at the Talaton Inn and it turned out to be a terrific night of darts that included the playing of the KO Cup final, the Consolation Cup final and both the pair’s and singles competitions.

After watching some nail-biting matches that saw plenty of 180s and high finishes the season’s trophies were handed out.

The league title trophy was presented to Tally Ho’s, who secured top spot by a single point with Voluntears the valiant runners-up. The Wooden Spoon went to Tally A2Z’s.

The final of the KO Cup went down to the wire before Voluntears sealed success with Tally Ho’s the beaten finalists. Pirates won the Consolation Cup with New Inn A the runners-up.

Tally Ho’s lifted the Sally White Cup, with Voluntears the runners-up. However, roles were reversed in the Double In competition which was won by Voluntears with Tally Ho’s the runners-up.

The Captains Cup was won by Barry Wood of Voluntears, who won 14 of his 18 matches while the runner-up was Edd Winson of Pirates, with his record being 13 wins from18 matches.

In the pair’s, Dave Witt and Ian Pring were the winners with Martyn Pring andBernie Norrish of Tally Ho’ the runners-up.

Dave Witt also secured the singles title with Steve Cadman of Voluntears, the runner-up.

The highest start of the season trophy went to Dave Witt with his 160 and the highest finish, which was 161, was scored by Pete Farmer of Tally Ho’s.

In terms of the season long 180 Club, a total of 20 players were given a token award for achieving the maximum score on a dart board during their games.

The Finals Night was well attended and the players thanked for concluding another successful season and over £40 was collected for the league charity, the British Heart Foundation.

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