"LADIES IN THE MEDIA"

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"LADIES IN THE MEDIA"

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Dee wins Evening Mail darts trophy
DEE Bateman won the Evening Mail Women’s Darts Trophy for a record 10th time and a sixth successive victory at the Bluebird Function Suite last night, the home of the competition’s sponsors, She saw off the challenge of Jo Callister and sister Zee Kane to take the trophy, In the men’s section Dave Pratt lifted the silverware for a third time, defeating former champion Brian Caine 3-1 in the final, The night got under way with another former winner Frank Grydziusko losing 2-1 to Haverigg’s Paul Beaumont. Pratt was next to the oche and he struggled through 2-0 against Dave Armstrong, Askam’s Dave Kavanagh threw brilliantly to beat Dalton’s Ian Iveson 2-0. Kavanagh hit the highest score of the night, 147, in the first leg and ton-plusses in the second, The fourth quarter final saw Soccer Bar’s Caine defeat Swartmoors Dave Tindling 2-0. Caine hit 140 twice and knocked up on 76 to go through in the second leg.Tindling hitting three tons in his challenge, In the semi-finals Pratt was pushed all the way by Kavanagh before winning 2-0, Caine came to the fore in his semi, beating Beaumont 2-0, Caine took the first leg in the final before Pratt hit back to claim the next three and the title. Caine hit three tons in the second leg while 140 and a 121 were not good enough in the third as the more steady throwing of Pratt saw him ahead at 2-1, Pratt showed more nerve in the third with only one ton being thrown by the ex-champion but it was sufficient to reign once more and pocket a cheque for £300, In the ladies section Zee Walker coasted to victory over former winner Karen Kirkby 2-0 hitting a 140 in the second leg, Sister Dee Bateman also sailed through with a 2-0 win over Jo Callister two tons saw her claim the first leg, In the final Bateman hit 125, 100, and 114 in the second leg to fend off any upset and take the title 2-0 and a cheque for £250 presented by 80-year-old former champion Gerry Speers, Bateman celebrated with her family, including mother Joyce, and said: “I haven’t been in the best of form lately, but I feel ecstatic to win the Evening Mail not just 10 times and six times on the run, but because I beat my sister in the final, who is a fantastic darter.”, Sister Zee Walker said: “I think the first game was the real decider. She hit the double and bossed from then on.”, A triumphant Pratt commented: “I have really enjoyed it here at the Bluebird tonight. It is the showcase, “I’m very appreciative of all the darters from all over the districts who have turned up, “I’d like to say thanks to Robbie Edwards, who is my captain at the Greengate Club and all who have supported me, “Also my family, who are here tonight, and my daughter, Laura, who is working on nights at Furness General Hospital.”, The Evening Mail would like to thank the main sponsors the Bluebird Function Suite and Carlsberg along with Glaxo Club and to MC Rab Butler MC and scorer Jacqui Priss, HISTORY was made at the Bluebird Function Suite in Barrow last night as top local Dee Bateman won the Evening Mail Women’s Darts title for a record-breaking 10th time.She was joined in the limelight by experienced thrower Dave Pratt who kept his nerve at the oche to collect his third Mail darts trophy.More than 200 darts fans from all across the region watched the action unfold.

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Re: "LADIES IN THE MEDIA"

Postby stokesey » Wed Mar 18, 2009 8:00 am

Bev Harton racks up tons to ruffle Cygnet wings in ladies darts league
BEV Harton closed 118 as Cueball ‘B’ called the shots against York John Smith’s Ladies Darts League division one rivals Cygnet, Harton gamed in 21, including three ton-plus scores, colleague Angie Hields racked up the same amount of tons for 22 and then registered a 24 pairs with Jayne Janes, Michelle Britton (135, 100, 121) was Cygnet’s star, Second place Clifton quickly found themselves 2-0 down as visitors Tiger roared with Deni Titchener and Kate Liddle (2 x 100) before Ruth Norman kick-started the home team’s winning surge, Jo Hodges, including 125, 100 for 22 in her singles, then with Judy Hall secured the result, Slip ‘B’ are quietly gaining ground on Clifton as they were prevented from a full house by Woolpack’s Kath Powell, Becky Laverack played a captain’s role with some excellent scoring, Colleen Armitage and Maggie Tottie snatched a last game win for Ox against visitors Flag ‘A’, Toni Smallwood and Nikki Riley secured Burnholme match points at Beeswing, Division three front-runners Tap were prevented from a full house in the singles by Britannia’s Carol Barker, Jeanette Robinson sealed victory for the leaders who added a pairs win to their tally, Shepherd ‘B’ had captain Jacky Sargeant and Sue Lacy securing victory in the final pairs against visitors Swan to hang onto second place as close rivals Jubilee were taken to the wire by Locomotive, Jubilee’s vice-captain Angela Lancaster and Tracey Yeomans securing victory, Marcia Grey were two players light, but they found themselves 2-0 up thanks to Margaret Forth and Sonya Love before Leeman ‘A’ captain Peggy Rose inspired her team as they made home advantage count for a 6-3 win, Tramways got back on track at Flag ‘B’, winning all the pairs for a 7-2 victory to move within striking distance of the leaders, Sun’s Janet Fowler and Chris Swales rose to the occasion to secure their small margin victory against Severus.

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Postby stokesey » Wed Mar 18, 2009 8:05 am

George darts team beaten by leaders

NORFOLK ’n’ Chance’s Cindy Bradfield hit her fourth maximum 180 of the season as her team beat third-placed George Hotel 12-3 to remain top of Division One in the Bridgwater Ladies’ Darts League, Norfolk’s Jane Cross hit a 120 out and Nikki Lloyd a 100 away, Second-placed Squib A kept the pressure on the leaders as they handed the Kings Head their second 15-0 whitewash in three weeks, Lions Club beat the Black Horse 10-5 despite a Julie Lucey 103 away to move into fourth spot, while Marion Selway hit a 108 away to help her Fockers side beat Bird A 10-5.


Results and merits:


Division One – Black Horse 5 (S Hurley 100, 85, C Woodward 93, N Coleman 101, 100x2, J Lucey 103a, 100, 98, 95, M Bisset 96a, 100x2), Lions Club 10 (S Smith 125, K Sharkey 93, A Young 95a, 104, 93, S Crook 85, L Hart 85, 86o); The Fockers 10 (L Giles 98, 92, 85, S Prosser 85, 99, M Selway 108a, 85, 97, 100, 140x2, K Ham 98, 85), Bird In Hand A 5 (D Withers 87, 92, 100, 105, M Mason 132, 98, L Smith 100, 132, T Selway 98, 95x2, N Sedgwick 125, D Swain 97, 125); George Hotel 3 (R Allen 100, 121, M Lovibond 114, 116, G Hood 90, 100, 85x2, S Cooper-Moore 100, J Envine 85), Norfolk ’n’ Chance 12 (N Lloyd 100a, 88, S Webb 90, 85x2, 100x2, C Bradfield 95, 180, 86o, S Watts 115, L Watts 85, 89, 100, J Cross 140, 120o); Kings Head 0 (M Harbour 98, 87, 116, L Eckley 96, J Potter 85, 94, A Butler 98, 100), Squib A 15 (K Bisset 85, 115, 123, 121, 138, 100x4, S Blackmore 87a, 117, B Taylor 140, 121, C Blackmore 140, 100, J Nunn 117).

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Re: "LADIES IN THE MEDIA"

Postby stokesey » Fri Mar 20, 2009 9:14 am

Hankey on hand at ladies' darts night

BDO world darts champion Ted 'The Count' Hankey stepped up to the oche to give out the trophies at the Lichfield and District Ladies Darts League's Annual Presentation dance.
Trophies were awarded to: League runners-up – Kings Head, winners – George and Dragon Lichfield; Doubles runners-up – George and Dragon Lichfield, winners – Lichfield Social Club.
LSC Cup runners-up – George and Dragon Lichfield, winners – Lichfield Social Club; Scales Cup runners-up – Feathers, winners George and Dragon Lichfield.
J Ironside runners-up – George and Dragon Lichfield, winners – George and Dragon Alrewas; Carries Cup runners-up – Sammies, winners – George and Dragon Lichfield.
Trebles Cup runners-up – George IV, winners – Lichfield Social Club; 123 Cup runners-up – Lichfield Social Club, winners – George and Dragon Lichfield.
Cricket Knockout runners-up – Kings Head, winners – Lichfield Social Club; 1001 Cup runners-up – George and Dragon Alrewas, winners – George IV.
Team Doubles runners-up – George IV, winners – George and Dragon Lichfield; Captains' Cup runner-up – E Hutchings George IV, winner – A Holland George and Dragon Alrewas
Vice Captains' Cup runner-up – K T Thomas George and Dragon Alrewas, winner – M Johnstone Kings Head; Betty Ashe Cup runner-up – B Pates Dr Johnson, winner – H Tebbutt George and Dragon Lichfield.
DOW Cup runners-up – George and Dragon Lichfield, winners – Lichfield Social Club; Secretary's Cup runners-up – George and Dragon Alrewas, winners – Sammies. Top League runners-up – Lichfield Social Club, winners – Sammies; Bottom League runners-up – George and Dragon Alrewas, winners – Scales.
Single runner-up – M Deakin Feathers, winner – J Fry Lichfield Social Club. Doubles runners-up – M Johnstone and T Richardson Kings Head, winners – T Neil and D Collins George and Dragon Lichfield.
Mixed Doubles runners-up – P Ashley and T Ashley Dr Johnson, winners H Tebbutt and A Shannon George and Dragon Lichfield.
Endeavour Cup – Foresters; Highest Break – A Bateman Feathers 2; Highest Score – J Sawyer Feathers 2; Highest Finish – D Hutchings George IV.
Maximum 180s – T Neil George and Dragon Lichfield, S Parkes Sammies; Least Darts (10) – H Tebbutt George and Dragon Lichfield. Most League Wins (19/20) – A Smith Kings Head.


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Postby stokesey » Fri Mar 27, 2009 8:31 am

TOWN DARTS LADIES' LEAGUE FINAL Chaz Bar crowned

THE FIRST of six finals in the Smithwicks Town Darts League took place in Wexford's premier finals venue, The Sailing Cot, on Friday last, The ladies of Chaz Bar and Culleton's took to the stage where they served up some great and exciting darts to the last game. First up was the ladies' singles where Caroline Doyle defeated her sister, Bridget, in a blistering final, winning 3-0. Both girls represented Chaz Bar, The league final itself went right down to the wire. First up were Bridget Doyle (Chaz Bar) who beat Mandy Slevin (Culleton's) 2-0, Michelle Grace then levelled with a 2-0 win over Alice Devine, before Caroline Doyle of Chaz Bar continued her singles form when she beat Meena Bright 2-0, Karen Johnston (Culleton's) brought the crowd to their feet with a close 2-1 defeat of Michelle Ryan, so the scene was set for the final game between Mary Lawlor (Chaz Bar) and Caroline Carr (Culleton's), Mary probably threw the best darts of any of her games on the stage (and there have been a few) to defeat Caroline on a 2-0 scoreline, much to the delight of her team-mates, The remainder of the teams were Frieda Kehoe and Sandra Ryan (Chaz Bar) and Rosemarie Busher and Madeline Nixon (Culleton's). Jenny Roche (Wicked Swan) took the highest checkout with a score of 101, It was also pointed out on the night that Michelle Grace had gone through the whole of the league undefeated - a marvellous achievement, A reminder that the ladies' second division final takes place this Saturday night, March 28, between the Gaelic Bar and Browne's A.

Results of week ten - Division 1 men: Brady's A 2, Gaelic C 5; Chaz Bar B 3, Brownes A 4; Foley's 2, Culleton's 5, Division 2 men: Culleton's B 4, Gaelic B 3; Browne's B 3, Brady's B 4.

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Postby stokesey » Tue Mar 31, 2009 9:57 am

Norfolk claim ladies' darts title

NORFOLK ’n’ Chance took the Bridgwater Ladies’ Darts League Division One title after a 12-3 defeat of the Black Horse, which included another Cindy Bradfield 180 – her third in as many weeks and sixth of the season, The Squib A claimed the runners-up spot, They beat The Fockers 10-5, including a 128 away by Jan Nunn and a 108 away in reply by Marion Selway, Lyn Hart hit a 102 away but her Lions Club side lost to the Bird A, meaning they are safe in the top division, The Pawlett Pavilion will be joining the Black Horse in Division Two after they were soundly beaten 13-2 by the George Hotel, In Division Two the Lime Kiln claimed the runners-up spot after they beat the Old Market 9-3 and they will join champions No Hope ’n’ Hell, who drew 6-6 with Parrett A, in the top section, The Crown B beat stable-mates Crown A 11-1 despite a Jess Parkin 106 away, Volunteer won the battle of the two relegated teams by beating Cobblestones 8-4, The Three Lions have put themselves in a strong position to take the runners-up spot in Division Three after they beat new champions White Hart 7-5 with the aid of a Kayleigh Collard 110 away, Commercial Inn, who beat Knowle Inn 7-5 with aid of a Molly Mead 110 away, could pinch second spot if they win their postponed match with Railway Club 11-1, This match was incorrectly classed as a late card in last week’s report, Railway drew 6-6 with the Blake Arms, whose Denise Dyte hit a 104 away.

Results and merits: Division One – George Hotel 13 (G Hood 85, M Lovibond 94, C Jenkins 92, 100, J Envine 99a, 85, 95, W Lawes 100x2), Pawlett Pavilion 2 (K Curran 98, 94, 85x2, M Bradley 85, 92, A Rudd 85x2); Lions Club 7 (K Gready 90, 85, 98x2, L Hart 102a, 100, 85, S Crook 116, A Young 107), Bird In Hand A 8 (D Withers 85, 90, M Mason 100, 92x2, D Swain 135, L Smith 88, 92, 95, T Selway 95x2); Black Horse 3 (C Woodward 95, J Lucey 98, 100, S Hurley 87a, 100, F Bisset 100, M Bisset 85, 95, 125, N Coleman 85), Norfolk ’n’ Chance 12 (S Webb 120a, 100, 85x4, N Lloyd 125, 100, 85x2, C Bradfield 95, 180, 100x2, S Watts 85, J Cross 97x2, 98, 100); The Fockers 5 (M Selway 108a, 140, 85x2, L Selway 85, L Dorse 85, L Giles 94, 92, S Prosser 85, 88, K Ham 100, 85x2), Squib A 10 (K Bisset 95, B Taylor 99, 100, S Blackmore 100, C Blackmore 140, 125, 100, 95, 90, J Nunn 128a, 133).

Division Two – No Hope ’n’ Hell 6 (R Pillinger 94, 87, S Gray 98, M Bradfield 86), River Parrett A 6 (B Lenton 95, A Cartman 109); Lime Kiln 9, Old Market 3 (J Owens 87x2, 86x2, L Keirl 86a, 121, 98, E Blank 98, J Palmer 85); Volunteer Arms 8 (S Seaman 92, L Clegg 98), Cobblestones 4 (M Annetts 98a); Crown Inn B 11 (S Brown 95, E West 85, 100, J Loaring 89o), Crown Inn A 1 (V Parkin 85, P Surtees 107, L Mutter 136, 100, J Parkin 106a).

Division Three – The Three Lions 7 (C Collard 124, L Capey 85, K Collard 110a, 85, A Young 92, S Gardner 100), White Hart 5 (Jenna Owens 88a, 90, M Bird 95, K Hughes 85, 140, 100, 111, Jane Owens 117); Knowle Inn 5 (T Nunn 89, 93, A Hicks 95), Commercial Inn 7 (M Mead 110a, 97, S Hillard 110, 92, A Bradley 94, T James 85, 114, V James 135); Railway Club 6 (H Denman 90, 89, 85x2, L Hill 94, L Dixon 90), Blake Arms 6 (S Evis 103, J Christodoulou 92, D Dyte 104a, 92, 85).

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Postby stokesey » Tue Mar 31, 2009 10:03 am

Four in a row for Shelley Ladies

Shelley Arms C retained the Greene King ODDA Winter League ladies Premier Division title for a fourth year in a row, making it 12 wins out of 12 when they entertained their closest rivals, clubmates Shelley Arms D, The D side started well when Claire Bywaters defeated Kim Ledbury, the C team levelling through Irene Richardson, who beat Jo Gleed, Michele Ewins and Carole Harwood then made 3-1 to the D’s, only for the C team to hit back via Pat Newman and Denise Pape, A 2-1 pairs win for the C team wrapped up an exciting 5-4 win and a fourth consecutive title, Florence Park Community Centre B are the Section 2 champions after a 7-2 win over Team Monarch, Cricketers Arms ended the season in style with a 7-2 triumph over the visiting Railway Social Club B, which gives them the Section 3 crown by four points, Newcomers Red Lion Cassington are the Section 5 champions, while Bullnose Morris crashed to a shock 5-4 defeat at Cowley Conservative Club B, but are still Section 7 champions, Karen Curtis, Jacky Clark and Tracey Mitchell were the Bullnose’s singles winners, Catherine Wheel C are the Section 8 champs, Entries for the Greene King ODDA summer league must be in by Sunday. Teams should include Christian names on their forms.

This Week’s 180's H Prowton (Shelley C Ladies), A Russell (Grove Hse Ladies), A Malenko (Railway B) 2, D Beavan (Red Lion B) 2, T Tricker (Original Swan A) 2, P Davis (Folly Bridge A) 2, S Gaisford (Red Lion B), D Jones (jnr) (Nuffield B), J Cole (George Bar A), R Wilson (Prince of Wales A), J Battle (George Bar B), C Webb (MasonsA), D Davies (Cricketers), C Souch (Cricketers), S Tricker (Railway D), D Cooper (Kid Green B), N Cobb (Orig Swan A), J Jukes (Orig Swan A), M Wilkes (College Oak A), A Povey (College Oak A), L Radford (College Oak A), S Davidson (Shears), D Exell (Shears), P Hall (Shears), M Batsford (White Horse).

100-plus finishes T Ballard (Chequers) 130, P Davis (Folly Bridge) 116, P Stockford (Masons B), 116, T Wetherall (Masons B) 116, A Larner (Railway A) 111, J Loveridge (Cath Wheel C 110), W Honour (Cowley Workers) 107, L Skelcher (George Bar A) 105, C Pollard (Quarry Gate) 105, T Wood (Orig Swan A) 102, P Hughes (S Courtney FC) 102, W Honour (Cowley Workers) 100, M Stocker (Kings Arms) 100.

Results Men’s Premier and Section 1: Cowley Workers 4, College Oak A 5; Orig Swan A 3, Railway A 6; White Horse 4, Shears 5; Three Horseshoes 1, Butchers 8.

Section 2: Chequers A 4, Nuffield Arms 5; Green Road SC 3, Rose Hill CC 6.

Section 3: Masons A 4, Marsh Harrier 5; Quarry Gate 4, Railway 5; Marston RBL A 5, Bullnose 4, College Oak B 4, Cricketers 5.

Section 4: Follybridge 7, Red Lion 2; George B 6, Nuffield Bar 3; POW A 4, Shelley B 5; Kings Arms 6, Green Road A 3.

Section 5: Lord Nuffield 2, George Bar 7.

Section 6: Railway B 5, Original Swan B 4; Blackbird A 6, Masons B 3; Nuffield B 3, S Courtney 6.

Section 7: Kennington 6, Vikings A 3; Nelson B 6, Red Lion 3; Jack Russell 4, Masons C 5.

Section 8: Masons D 5, Headington RBL 4; Nelson C 5, White House 4; Rose Hill B 3, Catherine Wheel 6.

Section 9: Catherine Wheel 3, Queens Head 6; Golden Ball 5, JR Hospital SC 4; Black Swan 5, Blackbird B 4; Vikings B 7, Red Lion 2.

Section 10: Gladiators SC 6, POW B 3; Railway SC C 4, POW 5; Crown House 6, Plough Inn 3; Black Horse 2, Team Monarch 7.

Ladies Premier and Section 1: Shelley C 5, Shelley D 4; Quarry C 6, Berinsfield B 3.

Section 2: Florence Pk 7, Team Mon 2; Grove House A 5, POW A 4; Donnington B 5, E Oxford 4; Berinsfield A 1, Quarry D 8.

Section 3: Three Horseshoes 3, Donnington A 6; George Bar A 3, S Oxford 6; Gladiators A 4, Shelley A 5; Cricketers A 7, Railway SC B 2.

Section 4: Follybridge 2, Berinsfield C 7; Democrats 3, Red Lion 6.

Section 5: Six Bells B 3, Quarry Gate B 6; Red Lion 6, Marston RBL 3.

Section 6: Jack Russell 5, Six Bells A 4; Nuffield B 7, Fairview Inn 2.

Section 7: Cowley CC B 5, Bullnose Morris 4; Cowley CC C 3, Gladiators B 6.

Section 8: Rose Hill CC 4, Cath Wheel 5; Marston RBL B 5, J 4; Chequers B 7, Red Lion 2.

Section 9: Price of Wales B 7, Cricketers B 2; JR A 2, Corner House 7; Quarry Gate A 3, Cowley CC A 6; Vikings B 4, Chequers C 5.

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Re: "LADIES IN THE MEDIA"

Postby stokesey » Thu Apr 02, 2009 9:27 am

Ladies' darts round-up - FROM THE WEST COUNTRY

NORFOLK ’n’ Chance took the Bridgwater Ladies’ Darts League Division One title after a 12-3 defeat of the Black Horse, which included another Cindy Bradfield 180 – her third in as many weeks and sixth of the season, The Squib A claimed the runners-up spot, They beat The Fockers 10-5, including a 128 away by Jan Nunn and a 108 away in reply by Marion Selway, Lyn Hart hit a 102 away but her Lions Club side lost to the Bird A, meaning they are safe in the top division, The Pawlett Pavilion will be joining the Black Horse in Division Two after they were soundly beaten 13-2 by the George Hotel.

Results and merits: Division One – George Hotel 13 (G Hood 85, M Lovibond 94, C Jenkins 92, 100, J Envine 99a, 85, 95, W Lawes 100x2), Pawlett Pavilion 2 (K Curran 98, 94, 85x2, M Bradley 85, 92, A Rudd 85x2); Lions Club 7 (K Gready 90, 85, 98x2, L Hart 102a, 100, 85, S Crook 116, A Young 107), Bird In Hand A 8 (D Withers 85, 90, M Mason 100, 92x2, D Swain 135, L Smith 88, 92, 95, T Selway 95x2); Black Horse 3 (C Woodward 95, J Lucey 98, 100, S Hurley 87a, 100, F Bisset 100, M Bisset 85, 95, 125, N Coleman 85), Norfolk ’n’ Chance 12 (S Webb 120a, 100, 85x4, N Lloyd 125, 100, 85x2, C Bradfield 95, 180, 100x2, S Watts 85, J Cross 97x2, 98, 100); The Fockers 5 (M Selway 108a, 140, 85x2, L Selway 85, L Dorse 85, L Giles 94, 92, S Prosser 85, 88, K Ham 100, 85x2), Squib A 10 (K Bisset 95, B Taylor 99, 100, S Blackmore 100, C Blackmore 140, 125, 100, 95, 90, J Nunn 128a, 133).


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Postby stokesey » Fri Apr 03, 2009 8:20 am

CARNOUSTIE Ladies' Darts League (sponsored by John Barr Cabs) champions All Stars are on course for the double after going top of the Royal Bank of Scotland Trophy standings with a 9-1 victory away to Kinloch on Thursday.
However, with just one week remaining, only four points separate the top four teams.

Results: Royal Bank of Scotland Trophy - All Stars A 5, Corner 5; Craw's Nest 5, Golf Inn 5; Golf Inn A 8, Dalhousie 2; Kinloch 1, All Stars 9.


Fixtures: Knock-out Cup, first round - Golf Inn v All Stars A, at Dalhousie; Kinloch v Craw's Nest, at All Stars; Golf Inn A v Corner, at Kinloch; Dalhousie v All Stars, at Golf Inn.

The above fixtures are only provisional and may be postponed for a week should a play-off be necessary in the Royal Bank of Scotland Trophy. Captains will be advised accordingly.

Carnoustie Darts League

Corner and 19TH are through to the final of the Knock-out Cup after semi-final victories over Corner A and Golf Inn respectively on Monday night.

Results: Knock-out Cup, semi-finals - Corner 9, Corner A 0; Golf Inn 3, 19TH 5.

Ronnie McGill, 19TH, had an 18 dart 501 and a 121 check-out, and Jim Riddell, Corner A, scored a '180'.

Fixtures: Knock-out Cup, final - Corner v 19TH, venue to be decided by toss of coin. Consolation Cup, at Golf Inn. All Stars, Corner A, Craw's Nest and Golf Inn to sign-in by 8 p.m.

Broughty Ferry Darts League

There was almost an upset in the Knock-out Cup quarter-finals on Monday night.

Steve Clenaghan Auto-Centre League champions Occidental A were taken all the way by Consolation League winners Vault A before eventually winning 7-6 after a 1001 decider.

Others through to the last four are Doc Ferry's, Vault and Vault B.

Results: Knock-out Cup, quarter-finals - Occidental 2, Vault 8; Doc Ferry's 7, Crown 2; Vault A 6, Occidental A 7; Vault B 7, Eagle 4.

There are no fixtures this Monday, April 6, due to the spring holiday weekend.

Draws for Monday, April 13: Knock-out Cup, semi-finals - Vault v Doc Ferry's; Occidental A v Vault B. Consolation Cup, preliminary round - Gunners v Jolly's; Eagle v Occidental; Crown v Vault A; bye, Spice.
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Postby stokesey » Mon Apr 06, 2009 7:35 am

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Women from Bury’s Woolpack pub with TV presenter Lee Mead

A GROUP of women have hit the bullseye after completing a gruelling weight loss project, The Woolpack ladies’ darts team from Bury have finished an eight-week health programme to raise money for Derian House children’s hospice and as a reward, the girls were treated to a makeover on ITV’s This Morning programme with Eamonn Holmes, Ruth Langsford and Lee Mead, During the project, the group were part of another ITV show, The Feel Good Factor, which followed the efforts of TV stars and viewers trying to improve their fitness, The Woolpack girls were challenged to complete a 5km run, which they trained for with the help of Emmerdale actors Tony Audenshaw and Matthew Wolfenden, The challenge raised more than £1,500 for Derian House but team member Johanna McManus, of Wood Street, Bury, said the girls were not stopping there, She said: “We are going to carry on raising money because we all have links to children and Angela, one of our other members, has a disabled daughter who uses the hospice for respite.”, Johanna completed the challenge in 25 minutes, Suzanne Bennett in 31 minutes, Angela Constantine in 35 minutes, Allyson Shaw in 37 minutes and Allyson’s niece, Sarah Shaw, in 39 minutes, All five girls were thrilled when they received a makeover on the show. Speaking about the TV appearance, Johanna said: “We were all crying because we were so happy.” She is now preparing for a Manchester run next month.

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Re: "LADIES IN THE MEDIA"

Postby stokesey » Tue Apr 07, 2009 8:18 am

Squib hit back for triple darts glory

THE Bridgwater Ladies’ Darts League held their Team Finals last Monday, with all three seeing Squib A come from behind to beat Norfolk ’n’ Chance by the odd leg, The four-a-side final saw Norfolk’s Cindy Bradfield throw a 160 away shot as her team took a 3-1 lead, Squib won the last three singles to take the title, with Christine Blackmore hitting 103 and 108 away shots, Sharon Webb hit a 101 away as Norfolk went 2-1 up in the five-a-side final, But Squib won the last two singles, including a Becky Taylor 112 away, to pinch the title, In the six-a-side final the Squib went 3-1 up only for Norfolk to fight back to lead 4-3, But once again Squib took the last two singles, including a Christine Blackmore 127 out, to take their third title of the night, There was also a Division Three make-up match last week, with Commercial Inn beating the Railway Club 7-5, It wasn’t enough for the Commercial to take the runners-up spot, which goes to The Three Lions.

Results and merits: Four-a-side final – Norfolk ’n’ Chance (1) 3 (C Bradfield 160a, 100, 87, N Lloyd 85, 100x2, L Watts 85, 100, J Cross 85, 94), Squib A 4 (C Blackmore 103a, 108a, 100, 85 J Nunn 99a, 140, K Bisset 90, 132, 140, B Taylor 140, 100).

Five-a-side final – Norfolk ’n’ Chance 2 (S Webb 101a, 100x2, L Watts 93, 100, 85, C Bradfield 100x3, N Lloyd 85), Squib A 3 (K Bisset 121, 100x2, C Blackmore 100, J Nunn 99, 140, 100x2, S Blackmore 140, B Taylor 112a, 85, 125, 100x5).

Six-a-side final – Squib A 5 (B Taylor 140, 135, 85, J Nunn 95, K Bisset 92a, 100, C Blackmore 88a, 121, 127o), Norfolk ’n’ Chance 4 (C Blackmore 95, 100x2, 85x2, L Watts 100, N Lloyd 100).

Rearranged league match: Division Three – Railway Club 5 (K Jeffree 92, 85, J Dixon 121), Commercial Inn 7 (M Mead 112, S Hillard 97x2, B Parker 100, T James 95x2, V Ayres 92).

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Postby stokesey » Wed Apr 08, 2009 7:21 am

Doreen’s big finish fails to save Slipper's Ladies darts team from defeat

SLIPPER captain Doreen Johnstone fired a 118 checkout, but still ended up on the losing side against Ox in division one of the York John Smith’s Ladies Darts League, Ox captain Sandra Bruce gamed in 24 darts in her singles and then sealed a 7-4 victory with partner Tracey Bruce, Beeswing’s Nikki Judson hit a maximum in her side’s 7-4 win over visitors Flag. Flag took a 4-2 advantage into the pairs, but the home team rallied through Chris Hayward and Kelly Outterson, Leaders Cueball also won 7-4 after visitors Burnholme had shot into a 3-0 lead. Angie Hields (24) and captain Tracey Farmeary pulled two back,
Caroline Whittaker added to the visitors tally, but the leaders rallied in the pairs with Hields and Bev Harton snatching the points, Clifton and Cygnet managed 13 ton-plus scores, Clifton’s Carole Layne and Jo Hodges led the way with three apiece, with Sue Lowery and Pat Nelson chipping in with two each in their 7-4 win, Woolpack were also victorious in the pairs in a 6-3 win at Tiger, whose Ruth Howden (25) starred,Slip ‘B’ got the better of their ‘A’ team to keep second-placed Clifton within their sights.New division two leaders Acomb rallied in the pairs to beat Shoulder, Mitre moved into second place after beating previous leaders Burton WMC. Jane Barnes and Karen Johnson sealed victory, Seahorse floundered as visitors Shepherd ‘A’ won 7-2, Division three champions-elect Tap were denied a perfect scoreline by Hussars’ Sharon Mountain and Gemma Hall, Leeman ‘A’ raced into a 4-0 home advantage against Beagle, and eventually won 6-3, Emma Wheatley and Anthea Jamieson snatched a last-gasp victory for Volunteer against Leeman ‘B’, while Marcia Grey’s Sonya Love and Jackie Young sealed victory by the same margin at Jubilee,

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Re: "LADIES IN THE MEDIA"

Postby stokesey » Fri Apr 10, 2009 7:44 am

CHARITY DARTS TOURNAMENT

THERE has been a great response to a fund-raising competition organised by the Arbroath Royal British Legion (2) ladies' darts team, So far, over 30 pairings have signed up for the mixed doubles event which takes place on Sunday, starting at 1 p.m, Team captain Susan Buick explained: "My daughter, Claire, who also plays in the team, is a nurse at the renal dialysis unit at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, but will be moving to Arbroath when the new renal dialysis unit opens there, "We thought it would be a great idea to raise some money for the extras that are always required when a new unit starts up, so we came up with the idea of a doubles competition, "The team members have been great, and many have organised raffle prizes. We are also grateful to the many local businesses which have supported our project and owe thanks to the Legion branch manager, Scott Berrie, who could not have been more helpful.", For those couples who get knocked out of the competition proper, there is also a Consolation Cup event that they can take part in, The competitions will take place both upstairs and downstairs and start at 1 p.m.

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Postby stokesey » Fri Apr 10, 2009 7:51 am

Darts leaders tested to the limit

TODMORDEN town ladies darts team began strongly away at league leaders Little Lever but they were edged out after a number of close legs, The match unfolded (averages in brackets after each player's name) with Sylvia Maskew (43.56) giving Todmorden a great start by beating Cheryl Rigby (37.04) 2-0, When Pam Scholfield (33.77) came on for game two and chalked up another 2-0 win with ADVERTISEMENTsome good finishing to see off Patricia Carter (34.13), Todmorden had the start they wanted, but it was the last match they won, These were close battles, with all bar one going to the third leg before the Little Lever team, who have good strength in depth, edged each one with players on both sides scoring well, First Nicola Hill (43.03) defeated Todmorden's Jannine Haslam (41.82) 2-1 and Diane Wood (50.10) beat her Todmorden opposite number Isabel Clements (45.45) 2-0 to level the match at 2-2, Little Lever's Tracy Ball (34.98) just outgunned Ada Law (34.32) 2-1 to put the leaders in front and Deanne Dolan (44.58) increased the advantage when she defeated Todmorden's Anita Cameron (43.36) 2-1, Todmorden's Sharon Craven (43.13) had a better average than Rachel Carrington (42.32) but Carrington just had the edge on finishing and won 2-1. Last on Brenda Whitehead (46.56) had Todmorden's best average of the night but was outpointed 2-1 by Pat Heyes (46.66) as Little Lever sealed their 6-2 win, The result leaves Todmorden in third place behind Little Lever and second placed East Lancs.


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Postby stokesey » Fri Apr 24, 2009 7:35 am

Rare home outing for Anastasia

Russia's first ever darts world champion, Anastasia Dobromyslova, is making a rare competitive appearance in her homeland this weekend at the national championships, Dobromyslova, now based in the U.K., won the 2008 Women's World Championships and has gone on to compete with the Professional Darts Corporation - the game's governing body - alongside the top male players, Not surprisingly she's the hot favourite to reclaim the Russian national title she won six times before moving to England two years ago when the tournament starts on Friday in Electrostal, Moscow Region and the Tver-born 25-year-old is hoping to help promote the sport in Russia, looking for finance to support a World Championship qualifying contest for the best local players.

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