Prelim Final Results and Grand Final Line Up’s

Results of Wednesdays Preliminary Finals are as follows:

B Grade
Jandakot defeated Dalmatinacs 6/4

B Reserves
Hilton Bowling defeated Dalmatinacs 6/1

C Grade
Kardy Kats defeated Fremantle United 6/3

C Reserve
Willagee Rugby defeated Dalmatinacs Blue 6/4

D Grade
Dalmatinacs Blue defeated Cockburn Gold 6/4

D Reserve
Nomads defeated Jandakot 6/3

GRAND FINALS

B Grade
Kardy Kats v Jandakot  – Venue Spearwood Dalmatinac

B Reserves
Nomads v Hilton Bowling – Venue Cockburn BC

C Grade
Cockburn MDC v Kardy Kats  – Venue Spearwood Dalmatinac

C Reserve
Cockburn RSL v Willagee Rugby – Venue Cockburn BC

D Grade
Cockburn MDC Blue v Dalmatinac Blue  – Venue Spearwood Dalmatinac

D Reserve
Dalmatinacs v Nomads – Venue Cockburn BC

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First Semi Final Results

Congratulations all who made it through and commiserations to thise that did not.

B Grade
Jandakot defeated Cockburn Gold 6/2

B Reserves
Dalmatinacs Blue defeated Fremantle United 6/3

C Grade
Kardy Kats defeated Dalmatinacs 6/5

C Reserve
Dalmatinac Blue defeated Dalmatinacs White 6/5

D Grade
Dalmatinacs Blue defeated Jandakot 6/1

D Reserve
Jandakot defeated Fremantle United 6/5

1 x 180 by J. Poole

Special mention to our brand new club Jandakot who’s all three teams made the finals with 2 of them making it through.

Second Semi-Finals

B Grade
Kardy Kats v Dalmatinacs  – Venue Spearwood Dalmatinac

B Reserves
Hilton BC v Nomads – Venue Cockburn BC

C Grade
Cockburn v Fremantle United  – Venue Spearwood Dalmatinac

C Reserve
Cockburn RSL v Willagee Rugby Club – Venue Cockburn BC

D Grade
Cockburn Gold v Cockburn Blue  – Venue Spearwood Dalmatinac

D Reserve
Dalmatinacs v Nomads – Venue Cockburn BC

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Open Singles and Under 50 Average Doubles 2019

As always a top roll up for these two events. We had 22 having a crack at the open singles and another 23 pairs getting involved in our under 50 average doubles. As you’d expect some really top darts thrown in the open doubles and good to see a few outside the Premier league getting stuck in and giving a few of the big names a run for their money.

Well done too to all players in the under 50 doubles.

On to the results. In the Open Singles, it was the old legend himself Kim Lewis prevailing over Lewis Kirk. Lewis had played some really great darts to beat Pete Pistol Sutton in the semis but couldn’t quite keep it going against Kim who continued some really great for after his semi against fellow Premier Leaguer in Dave Charnock.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In our Under 50 Average Doubles, last years Under 60 Doubles Winners Rod Newman and Graham McKenzie teamed up again and took the chocolates over Peter Palecki and Chris Ooi

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