The 35th, Annual General meeting of the Cork Darts Organisation was held at the Local on Tuesday August 16th, 20011.
The big winners in off season competitions during the summer were Kevin McDonnell who claimed the CDO Summer singles championship which was played at the Local and Brannigans who took the CDO Summer league title again played at the Local.
Blaine Meighan was crowned the CDO Sean Street memorial B and C champion in the final played at St, Vincent’s GAA club and Marie O’Sullivan representing the Red Cove Inn took the ladies 301 double-off singles championship and Anna Dorgan was the B grade singles winner.
Damien O’Driscoll and John Paul Dowdall were the CDO senior doubles winners at the October darts gala while Ger Murphy and Jamie Kelleher took the junior doubles championship.
Ma Dullea’s and Hally’s ladies teams were winners in the A and B grades of their respective leagues while Blaine Meighan and Jason Long took the CDO new year Beamish sponsored Senior doubles and Maurice Roche and Paul O’Neill were the junior doubles winners at St, Vincent’s GAA club.
Breda Barrett and Ciara Haugh were CDO ladies doubles champions which was played at the Local while Dinny Bobs was winner of the CDO City individual championship played at St, Vincent’s and Finny O’Brien the CISA award recipient.
Shamrock Bar continued their impressive run of wins as they were crowned CDO Beamish A division cup champions with Carrigaline GAA club winning the B, Island Tavern winning the C and Aunties being winners of the junior division.
Damien O’Driscoll and John Paul Dowdall were winners of the CDO Carling sponsored Easter Senior doubles championship while Pat Lawlor and Sam Stapleton took the junior title and it was Breda Barrett who was the ladies B division singles champion and Peter Quinn was the Beamish individual winner.
Murphy Stout sponsored CDO Premier players individual league champion was Damien O’Driscoll as he won the title played at the Local and the Shamrock made it a treble of wins as they won the Crean and McGarry trophy final played at the Glenryan Tavern with the Gerald Griffin, Quinlan’s and the High House winning the B, C and junior trophies respectively and it was Robert Duke and Tony Noonan who came through to take the CDO B and C grade doubles championship as they won out at St, Vincent’s.