FISHERMANS (2) won Arbroath and District Darts League’s Knock-out Cup with an aggregate score of 31-23.
On Monday they defeated Bowlers (2) 19-8 in the second leg.
In the Consolation Cup final, Newgate (1) beat Bowlers (1) 18-9 to win the cup.
180 scorers: C. Jones, B. Beattie and S. Green.
High checkouts: 130 finish - D. Cooper; 103 finish - J. Roy.
Low legs: 14 darts - A. McEwan; 16 darts - M. Jones/M. Elder; 17 darts - A. Soutar, M. Thomson, C. Jones and J. Barr/G. Finnie.
On Monday (May 6), the Peem Pearson will take place in the upstairs hall of the Cliffburn Hotel. This event will be played to a finish on the night.
There will be a strict registration period from 7.15 to 7.45 p.m. and each team must have a minimum of three players to register. No entries will be taken after 7.45 p.m. There could be as many as 44 teams playing across four boards and the first games will be start at 8 p.m. prompt.
Colin Watt will be at the Cliffburn during the day on Monday to set up boards and any committee or league members who are available can drop in to help.
Angus Darts Association will hold a double qualifier tomorrow (Saturday) at the Red Lion Holiday Park, Arbroath. The qualifiers will be for the men’s and ladies’ Scottish singles and Scottish Masters 2013.
Registration will be from 11 to 11.30 a.m. Toe the oche from 12 noon.
Entry will be £5 and on the day and is open to all players registered in Angus affiliated leagues or the seniors at the Angus Darts Academy. Angus will be sending four men and two women to the Scottish Singles finals on Saturday, May 25, at CISWO Club, Glenrothes.
And they will be sending six men and three women to the Scottish Masters finals on Saturday, June 15, at Bannockburn Miners Welfare Club.
Academy race night
The Angus Darts Academy is hosting a fund-raising race night at the Red Lion Holiday Park, Arbroath, tomorrow (Saturday). Doors open at 7.30 and the races will start at 8 p.m. There will be other fun events during the evening.
All monies raised will be going back into the development of youth darts in Angus.
Scottish Youth Grand Prix
A group of 15 Angus Darts Academy players traveled to Glenrothes on Saturday for the first Scottish Youth Event of 2013.
Again the standard of youth darts in Scotland continues to impress all in attendance and again it was the Angus youngsters who were crowned as champions.
In the boys’ under-18 event Jamie Roy (17) claimed another national honour beating Graham Cummings from Central in the final.
In the girls’ under-18 competition Rebecca Graham (11) joined her Angus Academy and Scotland Team mate Jamie on the podium.
Rebecca played in a girls’ round robin and beat all comers to become champion, only losing one leg of darts all day.
Craig Johnston (14) and Jordan Soutar (17) were beaten quarter-finalists but picked up some valuable ranking points from a field of over 50 boys.
Arbroath and district Ladies’ Darts League
(sponsored by Arkive)
CHARITY Shield to be played in the Cliffburn on Thursday, May 9. £1 to enter. Sign-in for 8 p.m. prompt start. Raffle prizes for this event will be much appreciated.