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Ma Dullea’s and the Local ladies take the spoils

The Ma Dullea’s team winners of the CDO ladies A division league.

The Glenryan Tavern recently staged both the A and B division finals of the Cork Darts Organisation ladies leagues with Ma Dulleas and the Local emerging as winners on what was a most exciting night of darts.

The ladies B division league final opened the night of darts with both the Local and Ma Dullea’s second squad taking to the oche and it was the Local who were first on the scoreboard as Kay Monaher put in a lady of the match performance in her 2-1 win over Ma Dullea’s Deirdre Dorgan.

Ma Dullea’s soon levelled through a gritty performance from Dee Fitzgibbon in her win over Charlotte Barry by 2-1 but it was 2-1 to the Local as number three on the night had a impressive 2-0 win over Avril Corcoran and the trophy was going to Military Hill after Martina Murphy also was a 2-0 winner in her win over Denise Kirby.

The ladies A division league final commenced immediately following the B decider and it featured old foes Ma Dullea’s and the Joshua Tree with the opening game going the way of the Tower Street  side through Kathleen Doyle winning out by 2-1 against Ciara Haugh.

Mary Nugent had matters all square as she accounted for Lilian Walsh in the second game of this final by a 2-1 scoreline but the next two went the way of Ma Dullea’s as first Kathryn Hewitt defeated Breda Barrett 2-0 and Rita Hannigan ended the evening as she claimed a win and the trophy with a 2-1 scoreline against Kelley Ford.

The lady of the match award went to Ma Dullea’s Kathryn Hewitt.

The River Lane on Blarney Street will tonight stage the final of the Cork Darts Organisation junior league men’s final featuring the Joshua Tree and Aunties after both came through last weeks semifinals in impressive fashion, action at the venue will get underway at 9.30pm.

Last Monday night’s final series of matches in the Fosters super league didn’t throw up any surprises really but it did see a change in position as the Groves were dislodged from the second automatic qualifying place as they lost away by 4-3 to the Tower Bar who replaced them in that position.

Groves must know play a quarterfinal and that will take place tonight when they take on the Top of the Hill along with the second quarterfinal between the Joshua Tree and Hennessy’s with both to be played at the Groves at 9.30pm with the semifinals and final at the same venue on Monday next December 3.

The final series of games in the first and second division will be played tonight and the quarterfinals of both division will be played on Monday night next at the Local and Glenryan Tavern respectively with the semifinals of both on Monday December 10.

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