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Super sixes leads to halfway stage

The fourth series of matches in the Cork Darts Organisation Fosters sponsored leagues were completed on Monday night last and as we reach the halfway stage tonight things are beginning to take shape in the qualifying stakes.

All four games in the Fosters super league ended in 6-1 scorelines Top of the Hill registered a 6-1 home win over the Local while Tower Bar also won at home against the Riverstown Inn.

Harp came away from their excursion to the Groves with a win while the final game in the super league saw Hennessy’s also win away as they accounted for the Maple Leaf.

Over in the Fosters first division league Baker Street had a 5-2 win at home against Quinlan’s and Gerald Griffin registered the same margin of victory away to the Island Tavern.

Also in the first division league Ma Dullea’s were 4-3 winners at home against River Lane and Gallows won on the Road against the Groves by 4-3.

Red Cove Inn travelled to Shanbally to take on the Shamrock Bar and were full value for their narrow 4-3 win in the Fosters second division league while Glenryan Tavern 1 took full advantage of their home board as they defeated a strong St, Vincent’s 4-3.

Staying in the Fosters second division the  Local were 4-3 winners over the Glenryan Tavern 2 and the Blackpool Tavern put five past the Residence to nab top spot in their section.

Aunties were 5-2 winners at home against the Tower Bar in the Fosters junior division and the Gallows recorded a 7-0 win over O’Cionnaigh’s, Ma Dullea’s were 4-3 winners away to Jack Fords while the final game in the junior division saw the Joshua Tree win 5-2 at home against the River Lane.

Over in the ladies leagues the Glenryan Tavern were 3-2 winners away to Ma Dullea’s with top performances from Hannah Shinkwin, Allison Goulding and Mary O’Connor while wins for Ma’s came from Aisling Ferriteur and Kathryn Hewitt.

Joshua Tree travelled the short journey to neighbours Hosgans and came away with three points from their meeting with wins coming from Mary Nugent, Kelley Ford and Breda Barrett while points for the home side were won by Eileen O’Neill and Noreen  Hosford.

The annual Cork Darts Organisation October Bank Holiday Monday darts gala will once more take place at St, Vincent’s Hurling and Football club.

The day will commence at 11am with entries for the youths singles competition which will get underway at 12 mid-day sharp.

Entries for the men’s adult Fosters sponsored doubles championship will be accepted from 3pm with darts in the air at 4.15.

A total prize fund of €2,000 will be available to be won on the day at the club.

Delegate meeting Tuesday night at the Harp.

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