Week 3

Wow, the weeks are flying past. here we go for week 3.

Three sides in division one have won their first three games of the season, The Hairy Bull, Whitfield Cups and the Diamond. This week, the Hairy beat the Bull 5-4, Whitfield won by the same score against the Phoenix PD and the Diamond beat the Old Endeavour 8-1.

There was plenty of cracking darts in these three games. 180s for Brian Pearce, Darren Hyder and Darren Everett. There was a cooule of 100+ checkouts. James Penman 121 and Ryan Short 106.

There was a first win of the season for the Three Cups, they beat the Hairy Crown 5-4, and the DWMC Maddogs lost 6-3 against the Admiral Cups.

These two games included 180s from Ricky Edwards, Gary Brown and Neil Smith. Lee Humphrey checked out on 110.

Only the DSAA are unbeaten in division two, they beat the Real Diamonds 6-3 this week. There were 180s from Tony Selby and Jim Yarwood.

Three 180s for the Boars Head a in their 7-2 win against the Crown B, Dave Buddle, Graham Clewlow and Bob Clark.

Tolmanstone won 5-4 against the Crown A and the Bull Dogs beat the Diamond C 6-3. The Endeavour Spartons won for the first time this season, they beat the Dewdrop 5-4. The game was 4-4 and Stefan Hilton won the deciding leg.

In division three we have three sides unbeaten as well, Eagle A, Sportsman and the Red Lion. The Eagle A beat the Phoenix Rising 8-1, Sportsman beat the Golden Eagle 7-2 and the Red Lion beat the DSAA Misfits 8-1.

The DSAA Hope won 6-3 against the Northern Diamonds and finally the Phoenix C beat the Eagle C 5-4. Divison three had one 180, Henry Atkins of the Golden eagle and a 108 checkout from Jim Chalmers.

Over the next week I will add some polls to the facebook page for a couple of competition ideas for us to look at as we now have a shorter league format.

I am also looking at potential dates for an pre AGM meeting so that we can look at changing our constitution on voting in new rules. It currently states that rules must be voted in an AGM, but this does in the modern day seem slightly outdated. However, we will have to have a small meeting to agree that change so we can do some form of electronic voting mechanism.


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