Winter Darts News

from Stuart Lomas

Darts Report

Don't forget that the Club is open every weekday night. On Monday night the Quiz teams play there League games. Wednesday night sees our own Quiz Night, come and support this.

For the last two years, we have been forced to close on a Tuesday night but this year, thanks to the hard work of the staff and a number of cricketers led by Stuart Lomas, it has become "Darts Night". This is Stuart's Christmas report.. This has now probably become the most popular weekday.

Come down and join in and if you can't make it then pop in on a Thursday or Friday night, don't forget, as well as the dart board, we have Sky TV on the plasma television

Darts Update

After 421 legs of darts in 120 games over 20 weeks the !Sefton Super League! has reached the end of season knockout stages. The quarter-final draws are as follows (final league positions in brackets):

!Sefton Super League! (best of 7 legs)

Stuart Lomas (1) v Robin Brown (8) Tuesday 24 February @ 9.00pm
Simon Gozzard (4) v John Davies (5) Tuesday 24 February @ 9.45pm
Rob Houghton (3) v Iwan Williams (6) Tuesday 3 March @ 7.45pm
Robin Lindo (2) v Alum Ullah (7) Tuesday 3 March @ 9.15pm

The Sefton Plate (best of 5 legs)

Mark Boyns (9) v Jon Northcroft (16) Tuesday 3 March @ 8.30pm
Paul Stairmand (12) v Jamie Bowman (13) Tuesday 3 March @ 7.00pm
John Garnett (11) v Chris Bellis (14) Tuesday 24 February @ 7.30pm
Robin Surtees (10) v Chris Wylie (15) Tuesday 24 February @ 8.15pm

Semi-finals are scheduled for 17 March with both finals the following week.

Make sure you get down early to bag the best seats for these titanic showdowns!

Darts Pics

Our thanks again go to Stuart Lomas for supplying some photographs taking by Robin Brown on the first of the Quarter Final's nights.

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Darts Finals

A bumper crowd of around 35 saw the first final of the !Sefton Super League! on both the board and TV, a game which saw Stuart Lomas prevail over Iwan Williams with 8 unanswered legs. A similar story in the final of The Sefton Plate as Chris Bellis took the silverware from top seed Mark Boyns with a 5-0 scoreline. There were also trophies for Chris Wylie (highest outshot), Robin Lindo (high score), Stuart Lomas (best leg) and James Pearce picked up the wooden spoon. Thanks to everyone who supported the final and Jan for the butties, all the players from the league and everyone who’s helped out through the winter! !Sefton Super League! will return in September; if you’re interested in taking part please get in touch with Stuart.