Ballykelly thrower, James Bonham recorded the magical 170 checkout for his home team last Thursday night in the Calablanca Bar.
Other high checkouts came from Dwayne Crossan (Macons) 117; Peter Burke (Calablanca) 105; Arthur Campbell (Macons) 100; Niall McGuinness (Donaghy’s A) 93; Martin Cooke (Longfield B) 90;
Arthur Mullan (Murphy’s Bar) 80 and 79 finishes; Conrad Watson (Rising Sun A) 70; Raymond Millar (Murphys Bar) 67; Joe Dougherty (Drummond Hotel) 60; Alan Kane (The Depot) 56; David O’Hara (The Depot) 56; Terence Proctor (Drummond Hotel) 50.
There were four recorded 180s last Thursday night and they came from Seamus O’Hara (Eglinton CC A); David O’Hara (The Depot); Charlene Kane (The Depot) and Dwayne Crossan (Macons). The least leg of darts came from James Bonham (Calablanca) with a 15 dart leg which ended with the magical maximum 170 finish on bullseye, closely followed by the fast improving Dwayne Crossan (Macons) with a solid 16 dart leg.
Results (week 25) - Calablanca 4, The Vale 2; Eglinton CC A 1, The Depot 5; Donaghy’s A 4, Longfield B 2; Macons 3, Rising Sun A 3; Murphy’s Bar 5, Eglinton CC B 1; Longfield A 3, Drummond Hotel 3; Happy Landing 2, Donaghy’s B 4; Rising Sun B 1, Dolphin Bar 5.
Fixtures - Thursday night, March 6th; Dolphin Bar v Calablanca; Eglinton CC B v Rising Sun B; Happy Landing v Muprhy’s Bar; Drummond Hotel v Donaghy’s A; The Depot v Longfield A; Rising Sun A v Eglinton CC A; Donaghy’s B v The Vale; Longfield B v Macons.
Meanwhile the Area 10 Co. Derry darts team defeated Area 12 (Belfast) by 9-3 in Murphy’s Bar, Dungiven last Saturday.