Round nine of the Rod Hampstead Electrical darts challenge was played last week.
The Federal Hotel has come on board as the sponsor of the championships this year with many thanks to them.
Ladies will be played on Sunday April 29 with kick-off at 12pm.
Mixed will be played on May 27. As this is the first mixed doubles championship it would be helpful if anyone wishing to play could advise the committee by putting their names on the back of the score sheets so a starting time can be set.
The men’s will be held on September 23, kick-off at 12pm.
You must have played at least one game in the previous competition.
Last week’s results:
The Federal Hotel News defeated The Wellington Hotel 6-1
Blue and Daryl defeated Sam and Cindy 2-1, Alf and Nikkie defeated Mick and Talia 2-0, Alf defeated Cindy 2-1, Blue defeated Sam 2-0, Nikkie lost to Mick 0-2, Daryl defeated Talia 2-0. The Federal Hotel News won the teams game.
Wellington Hotel Souths defeated The Central Hotel Crew 4-3.
Mal and Margie defeated Craig and Barbara 2-0, Pat and Tracie lost to Roz and Ema-Rose (Congrats on the new baby) 0-2, Pat defeated Ema-Rose 2-0, Margie lost to Richard 1-2, Tracie lost to Roz 0-2, Mal defeated Craig 2-0.
The Wellington Hotel South’s won the teams game.
The Wellington Soldiers’ Memorial Club Fillies lost to The Wellington Hotel Wombats 2-5.
Teena and Vicki lost to Warren and Danny 1-2, Wendy and Dave defeated Terry and Nathan 2-1, Teena lost to Warren 2-0, Dave defeated Danny 2-1, Vicki lost to Terry 1-2, Kirsty lost to Nathan 0-2, The Wellington Hotel won the teams game to remain unbeaten this season.
The Grand Hotel Legends defeated The Federal Hotel Extras 6-1.
Richard and Mathew defeated Chris and Tre 2-0, Ken and Rod defeated Jason and Leanne 2-0, Rod defeated Beck 2-0, Irma lost to Chris 0-2, Steve defeated Tre 2-0, Richard defeated Leanne 2-0. The Grand Hotel Legends won the teams game.
Last week’s highest scores; Dave Wilson 132,98,85x2,81x2, Wendy Wilson 127, Alf Wilson 122,100,90,85, Chris Toynton 120,92, Roz Butt 111, Pat Walsh 106,80, Kirsty Wilson 100,93, Blue Woolfrey 100,92,85,80, Ken Fairley 100,81, Margie Mills 99, Teena Hill 98, Irma Berhems 97,91, Tracie Bowman 94,Barbara Cussin 93, Warren Carey 92,85x2, Beck Poole 92,82, Sam Fitzsimmons 92, Cindy Croker 86,85,82, Steve Ezbury 85,83, Mathew 85, Richard Kent 83x2,82, Danny Riley 83, Richard Jarrett 83, Nikkie Ball 82, Mal Nunn 82, Mick Griffiths 81, Craig Dillon 80x2, Talia Payne 80, Terry Kylie 80, Rod Hampstead 80.
This week’s highest peg goes to Alf Wilson with a 90. Overall highest peg still belongs to Daryl Brown (Men’s) 105, Talia Payne (Women’s) 95.
Rod Hampstead Electrical darts challenge summer competition ladder:
Wellington Hotel Wombats 16pts +37,Grand Hotel Legends 14pts +21,Federal Hotel News 10pts+11,Wellington Hotel 10pts +5,Central Hotel Crew 6pts -13,Wellington Soldiers Club Fillies6pts -17,Wellington Hotel South’s 6pts -21,Federal Hotel Extra’s 2pts -23.
This week’s games:
The Federal Hotel News vs Wellington Hotel Souths at the Federal Hotel
Wellington Soldiers’ Memorial Club Fillies vs Central Hotel Crew at the Wellington Soldiers’ Memorial Club
Wellington Hotel Wombats vs Grand Hotel Legends at the Wellington Hotel
Federal Hotel Extras vs the Wellington Hotel at the Federal Hotel
See you at the Oche
Darts results: Wellington March 4
Wellington Soldiers’ Memorial Club hosted a social darts day on Sunday March 4.
Dart players from Mudgee, Coolah, Forbes and Tooraweenah joined players from Wellington to make a total of 48 players.
Of these 48 players, seven were juniors who acquitted themselves very well. All enjoyed a great day of darts and made the best of the opportunity to form new friendships.
Congratulations to Tony Lonsdale (Mudgee) and Mathew Boatswain (Wellington), the winners of the day. Runners-up were Josh Townsend (Forbes) and Julie Tilly (Mudgee); in third place were Tom Pumpa (Mudgee) and Roslyn Butt (Wellington) with Joan Hough (Mudgee) and Daryl Brown (Wellington) fourth.
Junior players won the prizes for the men’s and ladies scores; Josh Townsend with a score of 171 for the men and Justine McRae with a score of 121 for the ladies.
James Power (Coolah) with a peg of 99 claimed the highest peg prize for the men and Justine McRae won the prize for the ladies with her peg of 38; unfortunately, the ladies were not able to record a peg above 40.
Full results for the top eight pairs
Joan Hough and Daryl Brown def Alf Wilson and Lance Dodd;
Josh Townsend and Julie Tilly def John Townsend and Ken Fairley;
Tony Lonsdale and Mathew Boatswain def David Wilson and Virginia Hill;
Tom Pumpa and Roslyn Butt def James Power and Patrick Walsh.
Josh Townsend and Julie Tilly def Joan Hough and Daryl Brown;
Tony Lonsdale and Mathew Boatswain def Tom Pumpa and Roslyn Butt.
Tony Lonsdale and Mathew Boatswain def Josh Townsend and Julie Tilly.
High scores for the day totalled 111 - 49 between 101 and 171 - thrown by 30 players. Josh Townsend topped the list with 12 (100x6,120,123x2,137,140,171) ahead of Mathew Boatswain 10 (100x10); James Power 7 (100x3,121,130,140x2); Tony Lonsdale 7 (100x3,117,140x3); Justine McRae 6 (100x3,101,120,121); Alf Wilson 5 (100x4,101); Wayne Reynolds 5 (100,101x2,105,116); John Newton 5 (100x3,125,140); Shane Woolfrey 5 (100x3,105,140); Daryl Brown 5 (100x4,125); John Williams 4 (100x2,121,131); Tom Pumpa 4 (100x4); Garth Watts 3 (100x3); Ken Fairley 3 (100,115,140); Steven Ebzery 3 (100,120,140); Joan Hough 3 (100x3); Tiffany Neill 2 (105x2); Leonie French 2 (100,115); David Hatch 2 (100x2); Liam French 2 (107,117); Malcolm Numm 2 (114,133); Peter French 2 (102,114); Tre Ball 2 (104,105) with 1 each for Patrick Walsh (100), Angus French (115), Talia Payne (100), Richard Kent (120), Lance Dodd (100) and Melissa Hough (100).
There were four pegs above 40 recorded for the men: James Power 99, Malcolm Numm 82, Richard Kent 62 and Wayne Reynolds 42. The only pegs recorded for the ladies were 38 and 17 for Justine McRae.