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Article: Winmau Darts Centre at Wolverhampton Indoor Community Sports Stadium by Alan Towe

Winmau Darts Centre at Wolverhampton Indoor Community Sports Stadium by Alan Towe

The Winmau Centre was the setting for the BDO Festival of Youth Darts 2016 which took place over the weekend of the 23rd and 24th July, the Saturday events getting underway with the Mixed Under 18’s which was won by Bradley Brooks.

2016-07-23 - Bradley-Brooks - Mixed Under 18 Champion

Saturday’s knockouts continued with Adam Smith-Neale winning the Men’s 18 to 25 event and Republic of Ireland’s Robyn Byrne closing the day by taking the Women’s 18 to 25 title.

2016-07-23 - Adam Smith-Neale Men^s 18-25 Champion

2016-07-23 - Robyn Byrne - Women^s 18-25 Champion

Sunday’s competitions saw Lewis Gurney win the Mixed Under 18’s knockout while the British Teenage title went to Josh McCarthy.

2016-07-24 - Lewis Gurney - Mixed Under 18 Champion

2016-07-24 - Josh McCarthy - British Teenage Champion

The final event of the weekend the Mixed 18 to 25 challenge was won by Rhys Hayden.   

2016-07-24 - Rhys Hayden - Mixed 18-25 Champion

With a total of 48 points on offer from every fixture and at the time of going to print only one fixture remains in the Winmau Centre Monday Night League and anyone of the top three teams are in with a chance of taking the title.
Is It In are the current leaders with a total of 588 points The Outcasts just three points behind them and the reigning champions 3 Yam Yams and A.Stokie (formerly What Are Thooose) third with 582 points. The final match night should be quite a tense evening.
With the season fast drawing to an end plans are already well advanced for the next season which will get underway on the 19th September, anyone interested in entering a team consisting of five players in the league for the new season or require any further information regarding the league should contact the Wolverhampton Indoor Community Sports Stadium on 01902-420827 or e-mail
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