The 44th, Annual General Meeting of the Cork Darts Organisation will be held at the upstairs Lounge of the River Lane on Blarney Street on Monday September 27th, 2021 at 8.30pm. Only Pubs/Clubs who were affiliated for season 2019/20 can attend at the AGM. The following are the teams who were affiliated for the above season who can attend the ...Read More »
Author Archives: Frank Goulding
Is there light in the tunnel
Hello to all and hoping everyone is well and dealing in as much as is possible with this dreadful virus that is covid 19. Some of you may have lost a relative or a close loved one to this virus which has racked all our communities over the past ten months and to you all I extend on behalf of ...Read More »
Echo weekly write ups October 1st, to October 29th, 2009
Thursday October 1 2009 The ladies were back in action this week with a full compliment of matches in the Evening Echo A division shield and the Gallows sponsored B division shield.Brown Derby made their debut at the higher grade of ladies darts when they entertained the Local at their Barrack Street base in the Evening echo A division shield ...Read More »
Some of the write ups that appeared weekly on the Echo from September 2009.
Write up from Monday September 7th, 2009 The big start-up to our new season is now only one week away for the men and only ten days away for the ladies.Final entries for both ladies and men’s competitions will be taken at tomorrow nights delegate meeting at the Glenryan Tavern.The draws for all competitions will also be made at this meeting and ...Read More »
No competitive darts at present.
As you all may be aware of the HSE/ government restrictions applied to pubs, those restrictions as they now stand make it impossible to play organised CDO darts competitions.Unfortunately it certainly does not look like any restrictions may be relaxed enough in the immediate future which would allow our game the space that is needed within a pub setting for ...Read More »
Highlights of Cork Darts Organisation season 2012/2013
The 36th, Annual General Meeting of the Cork Darts Organisation was held at the Local . Off season competition winners in the Shandon View charity Leukaemia tournament it was the Gerald Griffin who were the winners and in the CDO Summer league and summer singles competitions played at the Local it was Brannigans who took the team summer league event ...Read More »
Cork Darts Organisation best of season 2011/20012.
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. ...Read More »
Cork Darts Organisation highlights through seasons 2008/09 and 2009/10.
The 32nd, Annual General Meeting of the Cork Darts Organisation was held at the Telecom club on McCurtain Street and the big news to come from the AGM was the decision to discontinue CDO competitions on Friday nights because of the small amount of teams that were entering the leagues and cup events on Friday night. The Chairman informed the ...Read More »
Two seasons to browse this time around so take a look at highlights of seasons 2006/07 and 2007/08.
First it’s season 2006/07 and the 30th, Annual General Meeting of the CDO was held at the Telecom club on McCurtain Street. The big news at the very start of this season was the withdrawal of sponsorship of competitions from the CDO by Guinness. The CDO wrote to Guinness stating the many reasons that they might have a rethink on ...Read More »
Cork Darts Organisation season 2005/2006 highlights
Martin “Wooly Back” McCarthy pictured with Peter Manley at St, Vincent’s on Sunday March 26th, 2006 during Manley’s exhibition at the club. The 29th, annual general meeting of the Cork Darts Organisation was held at the Telecom club on McCurtain Street on Tuesday August 16 2005. The CDO summer singles championship was won by Stephen Coveney and it was Sean ...Read More »