Its a wrap, another league campaign completed!

I honestly do not know where the time goes, but that is another league campaign completed.  Before we run through all the winners and runners up, including highest finishes and 180s, a reminder about our upcoming pro night and the chances you have to win a game against former BDO World Champion Scott Mitchell.

We start this week with the Blind Pairs, new partners every round.  This is £5 entry and the winners and runners up will all get the chance to play Scott.  The £5 entry will also get you in to the pro night.  This Friday, 8th September at the DWMC, registration from around 7pm and we will look to start at 8pm.

Then next week we have three knockouts at three different venues, one for each division.  Again all £5 entry and this will also get you in to the pro night.  Registration from 7pm, start at 8pm, division one at the DWMC, division two at The Three Cups and division three at The Diamond.   Winners and runners up will play Scott.

You can follow the link to Scott Mitchell pro night here.

The team knockout draw will also be made this Friday and published on the website over the weekend.  This will one knockout per division. 

Registration for Winter Campaign can also be done over the next few weeks as there is no AGM this year, bring along your registrations forms to the knockouts with your money.  We will look at holding a registration night on one evening, but this will be to collect money and entries only.  The scheduled start date is the 3rd November.  WINTER REG FORM CLICK HERE  

On with this weeks update!!!

We already knew that the Old Endeavour had retained the title, a splendid effort, but we now know that the Diamond are runners up.  They had to equal or better the Bull A’s result against the Boars Head Arrows.  Both sides won 7-2, the Dimaonds win was against the the DSAA Oast.

In the Diamonds win there was a 118 checkout for Brian Pearce and a 107 checkout for Paul Turner.

The Old Endeavour did also win their last game of the season, they beat the DWMC A 9-0, the same scoreline was recorded by the Hairy Bull, they beat the Admiral Harvey.  Ryan Lucas checked out on 124 for the old E and Paul Kermode hit a 180 for the Hairy.

The DWMC B were 6-3 winners against the Diamond C and finally the Real Diamonds were 5-4 winners against the Crown Maddogs.  Lee Edwards hit a 180 for the Real Diamonds.  To confirm the Admiral Harvey and The Diamond C are both relegated.

The 180s winner in division one was Dave Heath of the Hairy Bull with 9 and Sean Harrell of the DWMC B hit the highest checkout, a 164.

In division two the Bull B are champions and the Boars Head C are runners up.  This week they played each other and the Boars Head were 6-3 winners.  Mark Bax of the Bull checked out on 112.  The Phoenix C and the Three Cups are relegated, the Phoenix lost 6-3 against the DSAA Hope and the Three Cups were 5-4 winnners against the Boars Head B.  

Biggest winners on the night in division two were the Crown & Sceptre, they beat the Phoenix Rising 8-1 and Tilmanstone were 7-2 winners against the Boars Head A.

In the final game of division two the Admiral Harvey were 5-4 winners against the Bull Dogs.

Dave Buddle of the Boars Head A and Gordon Speakman of the Bull B both finished the season on three 180s, Graeme Clewlow of the Boars Head A hit the highest checkout of the season fore the division, a 144.

In division three, the Three Cups were already champions, they lost 9-0 after giving their game to the Old Endeavour.  Runners Up were the Carriers B, their first season from this new venue.  They won 7-2 against the Sportsman this week.

Phoenix St Pauls finished third, they beat DSAA Wanderers 7-2, the Eagle Drifters who finished fourth won by the same margin against the DSAA C.

Finally the Carriers A were 5-4 winners against the Nelson A, the match was decided on the final leg of the match.

Billy Bristow of the Three Cups hit two 180s, the only player to do so in the division.=, he also hit the highest checkout, a 148.









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