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Article: Darts stars pick up trophies

Darts stars pick up trophies

THE finals and presentation evening of the Ashbourne Town Darts League at The Empire ballroom.

Sophie Salt, of the Tiger Cubs, won the Ladies Singles with Lisa Blades, from Bradley House, runner-up.

Saralee Burton and Lisa Blades won the Ladies Doubles with Dawn Routledge and Linda Dutton as runners-up.

Division One Cup winners were Bradley House who got the better of Parwich Legion.

Division Two Cup winners were Cock Inn, who beat the Knockerdown.

Division Three Cup Winners were Sycamore over Tiger Cubs and Division Four Cup winners were Rose and Crown (Brailsford) over the White Hart.

The Jennings Cup was won by the Waterloo A against Denstone Tavern.

The awards were presented by Trevor Wragg, chairman of the Hartington and District Darts and Dominoes League.

The winner of the dartboard used in the final of the 2007 Winmau World Masters and signed by finalists Rob Thornton and Darryl Fitton as well as England captain Martin Adams was Phil Ashley, landlord of the Rose and Crown in Brailsford.

A total of £388 was raised from the sale of tickets for the board, which will be donated to Cancer Research UK along with the proceeds from the forthcoming Ashbourne Darts Open on Friday, September 5.

President of the League, Terry Weston thanked everyone for attending and for participating in another great season for the darts league and also thanked the committee for their work behind the scenes.

League secretary Dawn Routledge was presented with a gift by Brian Startin on behalf of the players in the Ashbourne Town Darts League and Ashbourne Superleague.

Story by: Ashbourne News Telegraph


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