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DARTS: Top two win again and Neil Lincoln hits a 150 checkout.


RESULTS Wednesday March 8

It was no real surprise in the penultimate round of league matches that the Gedling Club won again.

Remaining unbeaten and having lost only 18 legs all season the Gedling Club, who have already won the league are not taking their foot off the pedal and look determined to go through the season unbeaten.

Second place Gleaners cemented their runners up spot with an away win against the Admiral Rodney.

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The remaining two matches finished in a draw with the only real surprise being Calverton Working Men’s Club (CWMC) dropping a point at home to bottom place Green Dragon from Oxton.

Read More … Gedling Club take their league form into the singles knock out tournament

Highlights of a week containing not only league matches but also the singles competition was Neil Lincoln’s 150 finish which looks highly likely to take the season’s highest check out award and take one prize away from the Gedling Club.

The standard of the league remains high with at least eight players hitting at least one ‘180’ during the season.

Finals & Presentation Night is on Friday March 24 @ CWMC

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Doors open at 7.00pm

Knock-Out Cup Final Admiral Rodney v Gedling Club.

Singles Final : K Hallam V P O’Keefe (both Gedling Club)

If anyone would like to support the league they can donate raffle prizes for finals night or indeed sponsor some of the events.

New players and teams are always welcome and with five of the eight teams based in the borough it’s a great way to spend your Wednesday evening. If you want to get involved or learn more, you can visit the league Facebook page here .

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