Handicap Singles KO

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Handicap Singles KO

Postby Walshy » Tue Mar 20, 2012 6:11 pm

Tonight the final comp of the season - Handicap KO

Premier players must start on the bull every leg
Division 1 players - on a stated double drawn out a hat
Division 2 and 3 start on D20
Division 4 - straight off

(i think......)

Hope plenty of players attend - see you tonight
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Re: Handicap Singles KO

Postby aboji » Tue Mar 20, 2012 6:35 pm

Mmmmm...interesting. Looking forward to results tomorrow!
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Re: Handicap Singles KO

Postby Hawkeye231 » Tue Mar 20, 2012 6:43 pm

see you there andy is it normal start 8 oclock ?
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Re: Handicap Singles KO

Postby scotty_dcfc » Tue Mar 20, 2012 6:58 pm

Walshy wrote:Tonight the final comp of the season - Handicap KO

Premier players must start on the bull every leg
Division 1 players - on a stated double drawn out a hat
Division 2 and 3 start on D20
Division 4 - straight off

(i think......)

Hope plenty of players attend - see you tonight


Would love to attend but can't finish work in time... Roy (Mish) is already aware of this
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Re: Handicap Singles KO

Postby Walshy » Wed Mar 21, 2012 12:54 pm

A pretty decent turnout of 32 players and a good night of darts

Paul Read (starting on D18 with me having to start on D11) took care of me 3-1 in the opening round (although I narrowly missed the D5 for a 124 checkout in the 4th leg before Paul slammed in D20 in another assured performance)

My good wife Carol lost out 3 nil to Adie Johnson and Julie Wilson somehow managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory losing 2-3 against her "bogey" player Steve Allsopp

Young Ty Ward Junior played very well all night, defeating his Dad in the opening match and progressing to the quarter finals

Mark Sumo Wilson won the final 4-3 (coming back from 3-1 down) against (in mine and many others opinion) the most improved dart player of the year Nathan Sutton

Nathan had to start on D19 and Mark on the bullseye each leg - Nathan was in great form and in the deciding leg he narrowly missed D16 for the match only for Mark to finally hit double 1 (in a good tempered and sporting final) to make it a hat-trick of titles this season (Premier Division, Handicap Singles KO and Blind Pairs (along with young Jack Kerr)

Mark had proved once again he is the comeback kid - in the semi final he fought back from 2 nil down against Roy Marshall to squeak through 3-2 - in another very good match of darts.

Well done to all who participated

For me I am having a much needed summer break and need to concentrate on work so last night may well have been my last playing in the RDDSL

I would like to offer my thanks in particular to Roy Marshall, Chris Jacobs and Kev Ryan who do an outstanding job as the committee running the league - their tireless efforts are much appreciated even if not always acknowledged by many.

My thanks also to my fellow players (old and new) who over the years have been a joy to chat to and play against - I hope to have the chance to pop over in the coming months to have a catch up

Special mention to Gaz Stokes you are a true gentleman and I thank you for your kind words.
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Re: Handicap Singles KO

Postby Hawkeye231 » Wed Mar 21, 2012 5:57 pm

well done all, enjoyed the change of starting on a double shame i was 2-0 up on kev and let it slip seems to be the way it goes lately
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Re: Handicap Singles KO

Postby fotoman » Thu Mar 22, 2012 12:07 am

ok, this is interesting. I'm assuming the game is 501 DIDO? How were the players sorted into premier, d1, d2, d3?
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