Sunday 19th March saw Sussex Youth at home to Kent for another very important match in our quest for the tittle and for the U18s and U21s to keep there 100% records in tact.
To get the day off to the start we wanted was Lewis Gurney who found the form we know he's capable of winning 3-1 with a 22-09. Next getting a last minute call up was Jack Croft who put in the Performance of the Day winning 3-1 with a 17-59. Then we had Freddie Jackson who put in a shift but could hit those all important doubles and went down 3-1 with a 16-13. Getting back on the winning trail was Zach Luke who played brilliantly winning 3-2 with a 20-60. Next up was Alex Gurr who got the all important win, winning 3-1 with a 19-15. So with the win safe it was the turn of Dan Perry who finally had the game he deserved and it was good to see the Dan we know winning with a superb MOM performance 3-0 with a 25-91. To round things off was Tavis Dudeney winning 3-0 with a 19-78.
So with a healthy 6-1 lead it was the turn of the girls who to be fair have been under a lot of pressure this season with mainly just the three of them and under the circumstances I think have done very well and all three put in a batting performance. First up was Becky King who although struggled to find her form still got a LOM 2-0 win with a 9-54. Next was Jenny Lovegrove who played well but lost 2-0 with a 10-33. Finally it was the turn of PJ Langridge who again played well but lost 2-0 with a 13-91.
So with the overall score standing at 7-3 it was down to the U21s to get the over all result and also try and keep there 100% record going. First it was Tom Telford who sadly lost 3-2 with a 15-38. Next was Dennis Bowyer being promoted from the U18s and making his debut in the U21s and you could say tool it like a duck yo water winning 3-2 with a MOM 21-47. So with the overall result in the bag it was now full steam ahead with the section victory. Harry Jackson in arguably the match of the day when down 3-2 with a 24-23. Next up Jake Emery who got us in with a fighting chance winning 3-2 with a 17-04. So with the score at 4-4 it was down to Connor Levett to secure the win. It wasn't pretty but it was the result that was the important thing and it showed. After a good toe-to-toe scrap and Connor came out on top winning 3-2 with a 19-71.
Once again everyone showed brilliant team spirit and not for the first time this season don't know when they are beat and dig deep to find that little bit extra to get the victory they all deserve.
Overall Result: Sussex 10-5 Kent
U18's: Sussex 6-1 Kent; MoM: Dan Perry 25.91; Results
Girls: Sussex 1-2 Kent; LoM: Becky King 9.54; Results
U21's: Sussex 3-2 Kent; MoM: Dennis Bowyer 21.47; Results
The Sussex County Winter Super League playoffs at Clubcue, Worthing on Sunday featured three competitions, with players from three teams, Littlehampton, Newhaven and Broadbridge Kings, collecting prize money from all three of these.
Joe Davis, Twitten won the first event, the Pairs, when he partnered Lee Jennings to defeat the Littlehampton duo James Stephenson and Cliff Prior by 3-2 in the final and collect the £120 prize money. Losing semi-finalists were Paul Dickens/Terry Howes and Newhaven pair Andrew Sexton/Darren Woolgar.
The “Blue Riband” Singles Championship was won by Dan Bradford, Littlehampton. In a close fought final Dan came back from 2-0 down to beat Broadbridge King’s player Danny King by 3-2 to take the £130 cash prize. Losing semi-finalists were Tony Ayres, Broadbridge Kings and Michael Hammond, Newhaven.
In the final event of the day Michael Hammond, competing in the Champion of Champions event, where the Super league season’s man-of-the-match award winners were chasing a prize fund of £200, defeated Dan Bradford 3-1 to take the £100 first prize. The losing semi-finalists were Danny King and Darren Woolgar.
Twelve players shared the Competition prize fund of £700 and more than £2500 was distributed to the fifteen teams in the League.
BARRY MOODY, LEAGUE SECRETARY
PLEASE BRING TO THE ATTENTION OF YOUR TEAM MEMBERS –
CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS PLAYOFF, *
WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY MARCH 12th 2017
Please note the change of date from the original fixture list showing
March 26th which is Mothers Day
AT THE Clubcue
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THE REGISTRATION MEETING OF THE COUNTY SUMMER SUPER LEAGUE WILL BE HELD FROM 11AM
BARRY MOODY LEAGUE SECRETARY
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The squad for the home fixture against Somerset has been announced. The County Letter can be viewed here.
Overall Result: Sussex 23 - 13 Somerset; Sussex gain 26 points (including 3 bonus points).
Sunday 5th March 2017 - A Team Matches
Sussex MA 8 - 4 Buckinghamshire MA; MoM: Jim Withers, 28.03; Full Results
Sussex WA 4 - 2 Buckinghamshire WA; LoM: Karen Winter, 18.50; Full Results
Saturday 4th March 2017 - B Team Matches
Sussex MB 8 - 4 Buckinghamshire MB; MoM: Paul Dickens, 26.37; Full Results
Sussex WB 3 - 3 Buckinghamshire WB; LoM: Lisa Withers, 18.11; Full Results
Littlehampton regained the “Dave Miles “ Cup in the Sussex Mens Winter Super League Championship at the Clubcue, Worthing, defeating last season’s champions Lewes by 6-2 in a well attended Divisional playoff.
Littlehampton scored 49 tons and two maximums with Lewes registering 40 tons and one maximum.
Lewes reached the playoffs after winning the East Division by five points from Hastings following an 8-1 win at home to Ringmer. Littlehampton’s win in the West Division was achieved with an 8-1 at home to Bognor Regis, to give them a twelve point lead at the top over Worthing.
Tony Cox got the ball rolling for Lewes with a 3-1 win against Simon Wood and Ricki Blay made it 2-0 for the Tally Ho team with a 3-0 win against Dan Bradford.
Littlehampton began their comeback with Aegir Bjornsson winning 3-0 against ex-PDC player Andy Relf and Craig Stoner levelling the match score, beating Jimmy Withers 3-1. Littlehampton took the lead with James Stephenson beating Micky Whiting in a close fought game 3-2. Preparing for his return to the County side next weekend, Littlehampton’s Greg Upton fought back from 2-0 down against Rod Hawkins to win 3-2 with two ton plus finishes which earned him a 26.99 average and the Man-of-the-Match award.
With Littlehampton leading 4-1 Lewes needed a fight back but unlike in last season’s playoff, Daniel Sains could not match Cliff Prior’s consistent scoring, going down 3-0 to clinch the title for Littlehampton. The final game of the evening proved a small consolation for Lewes with Dave Harding defeating Courtney Wilson 3-2, to make the final score 6-2 to Littlehampton who now hope to go one better in August, when they represent Sussex in the British Champions Cup.
BARRY MOODY SUSSEX SUPER LEAGUE SECRETARY
01293- 414699 email@example.com
The senior darts fraternity across Sussex and especially in the Eastbourne area were saddened to hear of the death of County player Bill O’Dwyer who passed away last week.
His first appearance for Sussex was against London in December 1977 and he went on to play ninety six matches for Sussex, sixty four of these in the ”A” team. He won fifty-one times and played his final match for Sussex against Breconshire in December 1990.
He will be remembered with affection and respect
Sincere condolences in their sad loss go to his family, especially daughter Annette, who was a member of the Sussex County ladies team along side her father, making sixty-four appearances over that period.
Sussex County Superleague
Sussex Darts Organisation
The 2016-2017 Winter Superleague Champions are Littlehampton, having beaten Lewes 6-3 in the play-off. Match Results.
Sunday 26th February saw Middlesex visit Clubcue for the start of the second half of season. After a brilliant first half of the season it was important to keep heads and minds focused and keep the good run going. To kick the day off it was Freddie Jackson who had the pleasure of the first game and put in a solid performance running out a 3-0 winner with a 12-96. Next up was Dan Perry who didn't disappoint again winning 3-0 with a 16-70. Alex Gurr kept his brilliant run of form this season yet again putting in MOM 3-0 win with a 21-47. Keeping the perfect start going and clinching the U18s section, Lewis Gurney won 3-0 with a 16-26. Next was Dennis Bowyer who put in a brilliant battling performance but went down 3-2 with a 20-81. Both players played brilliantly and better than the average suggests as under pressure both players struggled with doubles in the deciding leg but it earned Dennis the Performance of the Day award. Zack Luke was next and was unlucky because although he played well he went down 3-0 because he couldn't buy a double which we all know far too well. Concluding the U18s was Tavis Dudeney who after a shaky first leg run out a 3-1 winner with a 16-81.
Next was the girls and back to a full team and trying to get over the disappointment of their first defeat away to Hampshire last time out. First up was Becky King who struggled slightly but managed to win and get LOM with a 2-1, 13-45 win, next was Jenny Lovegrove who had her chances but just couldn't get that all important double and lost 2-0 with a 8.29. Finally, up stepped PJ Langridge who like Jenny played well but couldn't get that dreaded double and lost 2-0 with a 9-86.
So, with it finely poised at 6-4 overall it was up to the U21s to keep their good run of form going and to keep the teams 100% record intact. First up was Jake Emery who got us off the perfect start batting hard to win 3-2 with a 18-02. That was followed by Connor Levett who stormed into a 2-0 lead then just missed out on winning 3-0 and as it turned out was the pivotal point in the game as it gave his opponent the momentum to claw his way back and sadly Connor went down 3-2 with a 19-96. Next was Chris Lovegrove making his debut in the U21s in his last season who stayed with his opponent all the time but like what seemed the theme of the day and struggled on the doubles and lost 3-1 with a 10-64. Still needing that one game for the overall result and to give the U21s the chance of victory it was captain Harry Jackson to get us back on track and he didn't disappoint winning 3-1 with a MOM 22-09. So, with the team win in the bag it was down to George Penning to secure the win for the U21s and like Harry did the business winning 3-0 with a 20-31.
So, another great victory in the bag and with our friends from Surrey getting a brilliant win against Kent, if we keep our minds on the job in hand it's looking to be a very good season.
SUSSEX COUNTY SUMMER SUPER LEAGUE 2017
Please note that the Team Registration Meeting of the Sussex County Summer League will be held on Sunday March 12th 2017 at 11am.
This will be followed by the Playoffs plus Presentation of the Mens Winter Super League.
All at the Clubcue, Marine Parade, Worthing BN11 3QA 01903-214636 Please advise me by return if your team will not be represented. I remind you that under Rule 11
“TEAMS NOT REPRESENTED AT THE MEETING WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR INCLUSION AND NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ALLOWED"
We have lost teams because of non-attendance, a phone call on the morning will not save your team from exclusion.
If you are unable to attend get one of your players to stand in.
Written notice of member’s intention to change/add a rule is required by March 5th.
Representatives of new teams wishing to join the League are welcome to attend but should advise me before the date.
Yours in the sport of darts,
BARRY MOODY LEAGUE SECRETARY
I remind you that team fees and players fees are to be paid before the start of the season as agreed at the County Super League AGM in August 2010
“RULE 6 (REGISTRATION FEES)
REGISTRATION FEES OF £60 FOR THE INITIAL YEAR AND £40 PER YEAR AFTER SHALL BE SENT TO THE LEAGUE TREASURER WITH THE TEAM REGISTRATION FORM
TO REGISTER FOR A TEAM A PLAYER MUST COMPLETE A B.D.O. SUPER LEAGUE REGISTRATION FORM AND SEND TOGETHER WITH THE REGISTRATION FEE TO THE RESULT SECRETARY ONE WEEK BEFORE THE FIRST MATCH IN WHICH HE PLAYS”
Please note the change of date which was originally March 26th, Mothers Day.
Overall Result: Gwynedd 18 - 18 Sussex; Sussex gain 19 points (including 1 bonus points).
Sunday 12th February 2017 - A Team Matches
Gwynedd MA 6 - 6 Sussex MA; MoM: Luke Hardy, 27.49; Full Results
Gwynedd WA 4 - 2 Sussex MA; LoM: Trish Kidd, 22.35; Full Results
Saturday 11th February 2017 - B Team Matches
Gwynedd MB 5 - 7 Sussex MA; MoM: Andrew Sexton, 26.89; Full Results
Gwynedd WB 3 - 3 Sussex WB; LoM: Samantha Harding, 17.68; Full Results
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Today we played the last game of the first half of the season and possibly our biggest test to date away to Hampshire hoping we could come and dominate like we did in November in their home competition at Hayling Island when it was an all Sussex final in both the U14s and U18s.
Denis Bowyer got us of to a good start with a 3-0, 17-28 win that was followed up by Performance of the Day 3-2 win for Dan Perry who battled hard against a very good John Smith with a 22-06. Next up was Zack Luke who went down 3-1 with a 19-73. Next it was Captain Lewis Gurney who got us back on winning ways with a 3-1, 21-26. That was followed by Alex Gurr who won the U18s match 3-0 with a MOM 24-24. Then Tavis suffered his first defeat in a year going down 3-1 with a 21-72. Finally it was Jack Croft who went down 3-1, 12-82. So the U18s keep there 100% record intact with a 4-3 win.
Next up were the Girls who were up against it from the start as sadly we only had 2 girls. First up was Becky King who done a captains job winning 2-0 and a LOM 18-56. That was followed by PJ Langridge who put up a good fight but sadly lost her first game of the season 2-1 with a 11-45.
So with the Girls suffering there first defeat of the season it was the turn of the U21s with the overall score all square at 5-5. For the first game we saw the return of Connor Levett who slotted in like he had never been away winning 3-0 with a 22-10, that was followed by a battling George Penning who held his nerve and scrapped a 3-2, 16.03. Then we had the ever present Jake Emery who sealed the win with a 3-1, 19-08 win, next it was Captain Harry Jackson who put in a MOM 3-1, 24-66 win. Finally it was Tommy Sykes who had a tough battle that could of gone either way but sadly lost 3-2 with a 19.26.
When they came to us for the last game last season everyone were congratulating us for a historic win against them now we have won on their turf and have come away with a convincing win. Well done everyone - it was an excellent team performance and very well supported. WELL DONE!
Overall Result: Sussex 25 - 11 Somerset; Sussex gain 28 points (including 3 bonus points).
Sunday 22nd January 2017 - A Team Matches
Sussex MA 9 - 3 Somerset MA; MoM: Dan Bradford, 28.63; Full Results
Sussex WA 5 - 1 Somerset WA; LoM: Karen Winter, 21.47; Full Results
Saturday 21st January 2017 - B Team Matches
Sussex MB 9 - 3 Somerset MB; MoM: Luke Hardy, 27.02; Full Results
Sussex WB 2 - 4 Somerset WB; LoM: Becky King, 15.52; Full Results
Well we have played our last county game for 2016 and we have finished the year on a high. Another great win over a better Surrey team than we have faced in recent years.
The under 18’s got us off to a good start with a 5-2 win starting with Dan Perry who dug deep to win 3-2 with a 21-07. Next up was Jack Croft who put in a good performance but sadly went down 3-2 with a 14-87. Zach Luke got us back on winning terms with a 3-0, 17-08 win. Alex Gurr put in a MOM 22-34, 3-1 win. With the finish line in sight we had possibly the game everyone wanted to see Lewis Gurney v Tyler Radlett but it was a case of both players showing each other to much respect and Lewis went down 3-0 with a 19-11. Next up to get us over the line was Tavis Dudeney winning 3-0 with a 19-52. The match was wrapped up with a nice 3-1 win for Dennis Bowyer with a 18-45.
So with the under 18’s keeping their 100% start to the season intact it was time for the girls to do the same. First was Jenny Megan Lovegrove who put up a good fight but sadly went down 2-0 with a 10-11. Then it was up to PJ Langridge to get the girls on level terms and she didn't disappoint coming through 2-1 with a 10-05. So, it was down to Becky King to do a captain’s job, which she did after a slight scare, going 1-0 down before turning it around to get a LOM 15-41, 2-1 win.
That's the under 18’s and the girls keeping their unbeaten start to the season. No pressure on the under 21’s to do the same. To start proceedings was team captain Tom Telford who went down 3-1 with a 14-12. George Penning was next who dug in well to not only win 3-2 with a 20-73 but also picking up the performance of the day award and sealing the team victory. That was followed by a brilliant MOM performance from Tommy Sykes who won 3-0 with a 22-77. The 21’s perfect start was wrapped up by Jake Emery getting back to winning ways with a 3-1, 18-87 win. The day was continued with Harry Jackson doing a captain’s job winning 3-1 win with a 20-04.
Not only are we growing stronger match by match but no one knows when to give up. There has been so many great and gritty performances from every single player and you all dig deep and don't know when you’re beaten and you all keep fighting till that last dart is thrown. Despite what's said about support I can see what a brilliant team spirit we have and on the County stage you are all fighting together and fighting as a team. I know I keep saying it but on behalf of myself, Bridget and all the parents who come and help and support we are all very proud of each and every one of you.
So that just leaves me to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and successful New Year.
Wow what a great day at darts after the mauling of Middlesex last month a more testing game was expected against Kent who did the double over us last season.
To get the day underway was Dan Perry playing his second game for us and has obviously settled in very quickly with his second win 3-1 with a 20-71. In the next two games the Under 18’s suffered their first two defeats of the season with Freddie Jackson going down 3-2 with a 14.82 and Zach Luke losing 3-1 with a 17-12. Lewis Gurney evened things up winning 3-1 with a 21-59 that was followed by a MOM performance by Alex Gurr winning 3-0 with a 24-24 then Tavis Dudeney put the Under 18’s result to bed by winning 3-1 with a 16-31. Sadly, Dennis Bowyer could not repeat his debut win going down 3-2 with a 17-32.
So, with the scores at 4-3 it was time for the girls and first up was Jenny Lovegrove looking for her first win of the season but sadly it wasn't to be, losing out 2-0 with a 7-79. Next up Becky King who got her second LOM winning 2-0 with a 13-75. With the scores at 1-1 it's was down to PJ Langridge to win it for the girls and push closer to the finishing line and after a nail-biting game PJ won 2-1 with a 11-00 and with it, seeing the importance of the game, the Performance of the Day award.
At 6-4 it was down to the Under 21’s who got off to a good start thanks to George Penning, who won 3-1 with a 18-49. That was followed by Harry Jackson winning 3-0 with a 22-43 and sealing the overall result for Sussex, but we still needed one more for the U21’s win. Next was Tommy Sykes who sadly lost 3-2, then Brandon Dickens who was making his debut for Sussex. The original plan was to settle him in in the U18’s but because of the shortage of Under 21’s attending matches, I had no choice but to drop him in the deep end and play him in the U21s. Settling in, deep end? You wouldn't have thought so if you saw the match-winning 3-1 with a MOM 22-45 and victory for the Under 21’s. In the last game, after a good fight, sadly Jake Emery just missed out going down 3-2 with a 20-23.
With two matches played and a 100% start for all three sections, next month we have a bye but hopefully we might be putting something on. Watch this space! Then it's December and our first home game of the season which by then we will have two more making their debuts- well one debutant and one home coming.
Sussex last played Tyne and Wear in the British Inter Counties in March 1996 at the Dunnings Mill in a season that finished with Sussex Mens “A” team champions of Division Three and Tyne and Wear relegated to Division Four. Back in Division Three after just two seasons Sussex began the fight for promotion with an excellent 23-13 win with all four teams gaining victory.
New Sussex team manager Mark Davis made ten changes to the Mens teams who failed to beat Staffordshire at the end of last season. Returning to County action in the “B” team were Tony Ayres, Andy Derrick, James Stephenson and Gareth Thomas and from the “A” team Darren Woolgar and Aegir Bjornsson with Geoff Taylor back from the reserves. The Mens ”A”team were strengthened by the return of JimWithers, Andy Derrick and from the “B” team Paul Robinson. Rhonda West made five changes to the Ladies “B” team with newcomer Emma Bist, the return of Lisa Withers and Laura Macintosh and from the “A” team Denise Peake and Hayley Gatford. The Ladies “A” side saw the return of Kelly Ryan and up from the “B”s Karen Winter and Becky King.
After going 2-0 down without winning a leg the Sussex Ladies “B” fought back to register their second consecutive 4-2 win. Lisa Withers, Eastbourne marked her return to the County after five years with a 3-0 win followed by success for Hayley Gatford, Littlehampton and Laura Macintosh, Brighton. Bridget Guilford, Lewes made it 4-2 with a Lady-of-the-Match performance and a 16.67 average. In a low scoring match Sussex hit 12 tons to the visitors 7.
The Sussex Mens “B” team were determined to put the 9-3 defeat last April against Staffordshire behind them and they did just that by taking seven of the first nine games. Wins for Newhaven pair Darren Woolgar and Dave Creasey, Andy Derrick, Hastings, Aegir Bjornsson, Littlehampton, Ken Sowerby, Lancing, Andy Gurr, Crawley and a Man-of-the-Match award winning average of 26.11 by Lee Jennings, Southwick ensured the win. The visitors fought back to take the final three games but Sussex ran out 7-2 winners out scoring Tyne and Wear 67 tons and 3 maximums to 63 tons.
Sussex Ladies “A” got off to a fine start on Sunday morning, beginning with Trish Kidd, Littlehampton winning 3-2 with an 18.77 average which proved to be a Lady-of-the-Match award winner. Kelly Ryan won 3-1 on her return to the County stage and her Eastbourne team mate Becky King proved her promotion to be right with a 3-0 win. Donna Rainsley, Newhaven won 3-0 to give Sussex Ladies “A” their second successive 4-2 win, this despite being out scored by the visitors who hit 30 tons to the home team’s 19 and one maximum.
Going into the Mens “A” match Sussex knew they needed just four wins to take the bonus points for the weekend and they reached their target at the half way stage. Wins for Cliff Prior.Littlehampton, Adrian Gray, Hastings, Joe Davis, Southwick and Michael Hammond, Newhaven gave Sussex the nineteen points they required. Adrian Gray’s winning average of 27.89 proved to be the best over the two days and won him the Man-of-the-Match award. Sussex continued their winning ways taking four of the final six games to run out 8-4 winners with success for Danny King, Broadbridge, Jim Withers, Lewes, Paul Eves, Newhaven and Dan Bradford, Littlehampton. A well deserved win judging by the tons tally, Sussex hitting 122 tons and 4 maximums to the visitor’s 90 tons and 2 maximums. The overall match score of 23-13 to Sussex moves them up to sixth place in the promotion table with a fixture in hand of the teams above them.
Overall Result: Sussex 23 - 13 Tyne & Wear; Sussex gain 26 points (including 3 bonus points).
Sunday 2nd October 2016 - A Team Matches
Sussex MA 8 - 4 Tyne & Wear MA; MoM: Adrian Gray, 27.80; Full Results
Sussex WA 4 - 2 Tyne & Wear WA; LoM: Trish Kidd, 18.77; Full Results
Saturday 1st October - B Team Matches
Sussex MB 7 - 5 Tyne & Wear MB; MoM: Lee Jennings, 26.11; Full Results
Sussex WB 4 - 2 Tyne & Wear WB; LoM: Bridget Guilford, 16.67; Full Results
Follow the links below for the drawsheets with match results for all 5 tournaments that were played over the weekend of Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th September 2016 at the South of England Open weekend on the Isle of Wight.
Held at Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park, Hillway Road, Bembridge, Isle of Wight.
Over the weekend Friday to Sunday 23rd to 25th September 2016 with total prize money of £5,000 payed out.
Men’s Singles was won by Paul Hogan (Berkshire) beating Dave Creasy (Sussex) in the final played over 13 legs.
Ladies Singles winner was Laura Turner (Surrey) beating Ronnie Johnson (Cambridgeshire) in a 7 leg final.
On the way Dave Creasy beat Luke Hardy (Sussex) in the last 8; also Steve Jackson (Sussex) got to the last 8 losing to Steve Small (Devon).
Men’s Pairs Winners: Paul Hogan and Aaron Turner (Berkshire & Surrey) beating Colin Littlecott & Richard North (Dorset & Hampshire) in a 5 leg final.
Ladies Pairs Winners: Claire Rogers & Laura Turner (Surrey) beat Dawn Basill & Shirley Smith (I.O.W.).
Mixed Pairs Winners: Adam Cousins & Ronnie Johnson (Cambridgeshire) Beating Tracy North & Richard North (Hampshire)
All in all, a fantastic weekend of darts and entertainment. The accommodation is better than a lot of the hotels I have stayed in. All accommodation has been refurbished to a very good standard.
Looking forward to getting this comp to the top with the best persons in the world dart players and a brilliant staff on the site.
Apparently the Sussex Superleague Summer 2016 Roll of Honour and Play-off Reports have not been seen by many of our site visitors.
These documents have been available from the Downloads Section at the foot of the Superleague News Page since 31st August 2016.
The Sussex Fantasy Darts League now has its own page on this website.
Our congratulations go to the Hastings superleague team on becoming the Summer 2016 overall Championship winners.
The play-off between the East Division Champions, Hastings, and West Division Champions, Littlehampton, was held on Wednesday 17th August 2016 Clubcue Leisure, Worthing, the County's home venue.
Hastings won the night by 7 - 2 though the results does not really reflect the closeness of most matches. Full results here.
The 2016 Summer Superleague Divisional Play-off will be held at Clubcue Leisure, Worthing on Wednesday 17th August 2016 starting at 08:30.
The winning teams from the West and East Divisions meet to decide the overall Sussex Superleague Championship. This season we have:
Littlehampton v Hastings
Will the teams competing please arrive in good time to register and for the draw to be completed by 8:15 pm to allow the match to start by 8:30 pm.
This promises to be a great night of darts - come along and support the players.