Record prize fund at Bank Holiday darts gala

Last years darts gala Fosters doubles championship winners pictured here with CDO Secretary Paul McGarry are Jason O’Donovan and Ciarán Teehan This coming Bank Holiday Monday the annual Cork Darts Organisation Fosters sponsored darts gala will once again be held at St, Vincent’s Hurling and Football club and with a record high prize fund of €2,000 to be won and ...

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Hewitt and Lynch take ladies championships at the Joshua Tree.

1st and 2nd,, pictures,Ladies A grade champion Kathryn Hewitt of Ma Dullea’s receiving her prize from Eric Fleming of the Joshua Tree with on right runner up from the Friars Walk Tavern Carina Nova. 3rd, and 4th, pictures, Caroline O’Regan runner-up in ladies B grade and 4th, picture ladies champion B grade Lynda Lynch both from the Red Cove Inn. ...

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Super sixes leads to halfway stage

The fourth series of matches in the Cork Darts Organisation Fosters sponsored leagues were completed on Monday night last and as we reach the halfway stage tonight things are beginning to take shape in the qualifying stakes. All four games in the Fosters super league ended in 6-1 scorelines Top of the Hill registered a 6-1 home win over the ...

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Rainbow club is nominated charity for this year

The Rainbow club for children with Autism will be this years recipients of the CDO Charity Shield fundraising night at the Joshua Tree on Friday November 16. The championship will be an open event to all darts players regardless of the Organisation or association they are registered with. This will be the first time in more than 30 years that ...

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Gerald Griffin move two clear at the top

Gerald Griffin moved to the top of the Cork Darts Organisation Fosters sponsored first division section one league by two points after their 6-1 home  victory over Baker Street on Monday night last. Trevor Banks got the away side off to a great start with a 2-1 win over Jerry McCormack but it was all downhill after that only success ...

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October Bank Holiday Monday Darts Gala

The annual Fosters sponsored Cork Darts Organisation October Bank Holiday Monday darts gala will once again be played at St, Vincent’s Hurling and Football club, this season with an increased prize fund totaling €2,000 The main event of the day will be the CDO Fosters men’s doubles championship along with a secondary competition the Fosters men’s doubles plate competition therefore ...

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Glenryan travel in vain to Residence ladies

Glenryan Tavern ladies travelled to the Residence for their match-up in the Cork Darts Organisation ladies A division league on Thursday night last and will surely be disappointed with the return of just the one point from the clash as they went down by 4-1 to the home side. Sandra Dowdall, Caroline Coutts, Yvonne O’Brien and Maria Healy all won ...

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Not a good night for Local and Riverstown Inn.

The opening salvo’s in the Cork Darts Organisation 2018/19 season  began on Monday night last with a full series of matches across all four divisions and it certainly was not a good night for the newcomers to the top division the Local and Riverstown Inn. The Local went down at home as they opened their Fosters sponsored super league campaign ...

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All set for another season on the oche

The opening rounds of the CDO Fosters sponsored 2018/19 league season will be played on Monday night next September 17 and the ladies will kick-start their new season on Thursday September 20. Games in the men’s super division and first division will be played over the best of 3 legs of 501 flying start with bull winner in each game ...

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Regrading applications close on Tuesday night

The next delegate meeting of this coming season will be held at the Tower Bar on Tuesday September 4 at 8.30pm. All delegates are reminded that this is the final opportunity for the submission of any regrading that teams or individuals may wish to apply for, regrading applications will not be accepted after September 4. Any team who may be ...

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