Tuesday 24th January saw the annual ASA darts event completed in Room 180 at Central College Nottingham. The event saw 16 competitive players play a range of darting activities, finishing off with an individual knock out tournament.
The event was organised by 3 sport students and Ian Wood the ASA co-ordinator comments:
“A really good evening yesterday, thanks for facilitating it in your normal manner! I thought Morgan, Scott and Tyler did an excellent job – well organised, polite, humorous and able to communicate well with all the participants. Everyone had a good time in a nice environment – job done!”
The knock out tournament was eventually won by Room 180’s Darts Academy player, Morgan Buda – who also recently hit his first 180 in the academy. Ian Wood was the other stand out player, excelling in the bullseye exhibition finish.
The event raised money for Sport In Mind and for any more donations or information please contact:
Neil Harris - Sport in Mind (charity reg. 1161323)
www.sportinmind.org or www.facebook.com/sportinmind or www.twitter.com/sportinmind
The next exciting event for the Room 180 Academy is a trip to Milton Keynes on Sunday to watch the UK Open Quarter Finals, one of the many benefits of joining the JDC academy structure. Room 180 Academy meets on every Thursday – 4.00 – 6.00 p.m. at the Clifton Campus of Central College. The academy is for any aspiring dart players or fans of the sport. For more details please contact Abbi Bladon (0115) 9146457 or Gary Horsley (0115) 9146503.
Room 180 are happy to host any staff development events and have experience of many team building events whether educational or just social. We would love to hear from you if you would be interested in joining us in Room 180.
If you would like any more details on the event on the 24th January – please don’t hesitate to contact: Gary Horsley on (0115) 9146503 or Ian Wood (ASA Swimming) on 01509 640462