The Cork Darts Organisation men’s Premier players individual league will be brought to a conclusion on this coming Friday night at the Groves Lounge in Dublin Street Blackpool.
Sixteen players have come through from their respective groups in which they competed on a round robin sets and legs format at the Groves on Friday night last and only three previous winners of the individual league made it through the qualifying rounds.
Six times Premier individual league champion Damien O’Driscoll who will be there had his last win back in 2016 while also in the field is 2013 champion Declan Gostl who won it as an invited “B” player in 2013.
The last winner of the championship in 2019 and defending champion is Ciarán Teehan who took the honours just prior to the Covid Pandemic and the shut down of the sport for a considerable time
Action at the Groves Lounge will get underway at 9pm with the draw for the opening round of knockout games timed for 8.30pm.
The Cork Darts Organisation Charity Shield open singles championship will be held once again at the Joshua Tree on Friday November 25 with first darts on the oche at 9.30pm sharp.
Any players who wish’s to enter this open singles competition must present themselves in person at the venue on the night for registration which closes at 9pm sharp with the draw following and first games will be called at 9.30pm.
Cork youth darts were invited to a reception by Ardmhéara Deirdre Forde and deputising on behalf of Ardmhéara Deidre Forde was Cllr Thomas Moloney who gave them a very warm welcome following on from the tremendous success that the youths have achieved at various competitions and championships around Ireland over the past few months.
Speaking regarding the invitation to the City Hall, Cork Youth Darts PRO Mark Farrell said that Cllr Moloney was fantastic to all that were present and took as much time with each and every youth in the City Hall Chambers for the book signing.
All at CYD are very thankful to Cllr Moloney for his kindness, Farrell went on to say, and his words of support and the time he took out to host us, we are very great-full for that and the invite to the Lord Mayors Chambers will not be forgotten.
Cork Youth Darts, Farrell went on to say that it was all about coming together, meeting and making friends and of course, the game of darts, its what brings us all together at events and occasions that create life-long memories.
And success doesn’t come without preparation, hard work and dedication and Cork Youth Darts are very proud of what has been achieved to date, we were proud to show off our silverware at City Hall.