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Muskerry Arms are treble what they were.

The Muskerry Arms made it 3 from 3 in the opening rounds of the CDO Junior division, with a 4-1 win away to the Fox & Hounds. The foxes’ got off to a perfect start when Dylan Twomey beat Pat Ryan 2-0. But from there, it was the Blarney side that took control of the game. Bart Murphy defeated Gary Dowling 2-0, levelling the match. Jason Irwin was up next for the foxes, facing Hughie Finnerty. Irwin went 1 up but Hughie brought it back to 1-1.  In the deciding leg, Irwin was first to reach a winning double, but after missing 2 match darts, Finnerty hit his winning double on the first attempt. Dylan O’Riordan beat Brian Wall 2-0 and Graham Murphy won against Ian Irwin, also 2-0. Other results in the Junior division saw Gallows beat the Island Tavern, Jack Fords beat the Tower, and the River Lane beat Ma Dullea’s, all scores were 3-2.

The Joshua Tree (1) registered their first win of the 2019/2020 Fosters Super division, with a 4-1 win away to Rosies in Carrigaline. Hennessy’s beat the Maple leaf 4-1, the Riverstown Inn beat Ma Dullea’s 4-1 and the Groves beat Quinlans 3-2.

In the 1st division, the Residence and Aunties were 3-2 winners against Bakers Street and the Riverlane (1), Riverlane (2) beat Hannah Bawns 4-1 and Carrigaline GAA beat the Groves 3-2.

Results from Division 2 saw Shamrock beat Redcove 3-2, Residence losing 5-0 to the Local and Glenryan (2) beat the Joshua Tree 4-1.

St. Vincent’s H&F Club will host the October bank holiday doubles on Monday October 28th.  This competition is open to all CDO registered players that are actively playing in the 2019/2020 season. The main event of the day will be the Cork Darts Organisation Fosters sponsored men’s doubles championship.  A Plate competition will also take place for all preliminary and first round losers.

The CDO charity night will be held at the Joshua Tree bar on Friday, November 22nd.  Entry is €10 and all proceeds will be donated to Cork City missing persons Search & Recovery, which is this year’s CDO nominated charity.

C.C.M.P.S.A.R. are a voluntary organisation based in Cork City and they conduct land and water based missing persons searches. Their Services are free of charge and respond to call outs from Gardaí, family members of missing persons and the National Missing Persons helpline Ireland, for the past 13 years.

This competition is open to anyone that wishes to play, and only the second time, since the early 80’s, that the CDO have put on such an open tournament. 

The next delegate meeting will be held at Ma Dullea’s on Tuesday, October 15th at 8:30pm

Mark Farrell

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