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London v Sussex

 
  Our last game of the year took us to a snowy Plumstead to face London in another tough game for the Sussex Youth Team.

Alex Gurr got us under way with a 3-0 win (16-16). That was followed by a brilliant man of the match display from Jack Seymour winning 3-1 with an impressive 27-66 average. Tavis Dudeney kept the winning start going winning 3-0 with a 23-86. So with one more win needed to make it an unbeaten year for the U18s, it was down to Lewis Gurney to do the job which he done winning 3-0 with a 22-77.

So with victory in the bag it was Anthony Smith try to keep the winning run going which he done 3-0 (17-08). Jack Croft kept his 100%start to the season winning 3-1 (16-65). Jack was up against 8 year old Leo Gaffney who not only took a leg but also hit a couple of ton plus scores, definitely a star for the future and we took the unusual step of awarding a player of our opponents the Performance Of The Day award because we thought he deserved it. Finally for the U18s was Dan Perry who made it a clean sweep winning 3-0 with a 21-47.

Next up was the Girls, leading the way was Jenny Lovegrove who although played really well just couldn’t hit those magical doubles and went down 3-0 with a 11-30. Next up PJ Langridge who battled well and come through winning 3-2 with a 13-59. Finally was Ashleigh Turner who also had hard fight but came out on top with a Lady Of The Match 3-2, 16-16 win.

So on to the U21s first up making his 50th appearance for Sussex was Connor Levett who made it a winning 50th appearance 3-0 with a 23-12. That was followed by Dan Green who was moved up from the 18s to the 21s stormed into a 2-0 lead but was pegged back and sadly lost 3-2 with a 22-92.
Cavern Crash Philips Transferred from Glamorgan to make his debut for Sussex and after a shaky start came through 3-1 with a 21-40.

So with one more win needed for a clean sweep Harry Jackson stepped up with a great Man Of The Match Performance winning 3-1 with a 26-88. Finally Dennis Bowyer stepped up but sadly lost 3-1 with a 22-56.

So brings down the curtain on a fantastic 2017 which has seen the U18s and the Sussex Team being unbeaten, both Under 18s and U21s being Crowned Champion Of Champions, Alex Gurr getting his England call up, and Tavis Dudeney runner up in the singles championships. Well done to everyone and here’s to a successful 2018.

Dave Dudeney

 
 
 
 

The Harrows Barbados Darts Festival

 
  Please find attached details of the 2018 Barbados Darts Festival which I hope you can circulate to your darting community in Sussex.

Thomas Cook Airlines have already published schedules for November 2018 out of Manchester at an excellent return fare of c.£460. These are likely to be snapped up pretty quickly, so booking early is the key.

We can then sort out the hotel accommodation when we know the flight dates of those wishing to come from our allocated rooms at our HQ hotels.

BA & VIRGIN OUT OF GATWICK WILL SOON HAVE THEIR SCHEDULES OUT.

Hope you and some of your circle can make it. I live in Henfield, West Sussex, and would be delighted to meet up to discuss things if that would be of benefit.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards

Michael Heal: Festival Director

 
     
 

Festival Promotional Brochure       Hotel Information

 
 
 
 

Sussex 25-11 Gwynedd

 
  Sunday 26th November 2017 - A Team Matches

Sussex MA 7-5 Gwynedd MA; MoM: Jim Withers - 29.79 - Full Results

Sussex WA 5-1 Gwynedd WA; LoM: Trish Kidd - 23.12 - Full Results

Saturday 25th November 2017 - B Team Matches

Sussex MB 8-4 Gwynedd MB; MoM: Adrian Linfield - 30.06 - Full Results

Sussex WB 5-1 Gwynedd WB; LoM: Donna Rainsley - 22.93 - Full Results

 
 
 
 

Joe Davis

 
  Congratulations to Brighton's Joe Davis on reaching the final of the recent Malta Open. Well Done from all at Sussex Darts.  
     
 

 
 
 
 

ANOTHER SMASH AND GRAB IN HAMPSHIRE 

 
 

 
     
  Full results and draw sheets can be found here http://www.hampshiredarts.org.uk/mill-rythe-darts-weekends-2017/  
     
  At the weekend we were in Hayling Island for the November Darts Weekend and Sussex Youth once again were looking for a clean sweep and they wasn’t going to be disappointed.

In the under 14s Tavis was going for three out of three in his last Under 14s which he managed winning 2-1 in the final.

In the under 18s there was another dominating performance from Sussex Youth, after an all Sussex semi Final with Jack Seymour getting the better of Mays winner a Tavis Dudeney and making his debut Freddie Jackson beating Mays runner up Alex Gurr.

This was Jacks Final Under 18s and wanting to add to his 2015 November and 2016 May Tittles which he duly done winning the final 3-0.

Dave Dudeney

 
 
 
 

Sussex v Gwynedd

 
  The team for the forthcoming BICC match HOME to Gwynedd can be viewed here  
 
 
 

Sussex 30-6 Northumberland

 
  Sunday 15th October 2017 - A Team Matches

Sussex MA 11-1 Northumberland MA; MoM: Craig Stoner - 29.47 - Full Results

Sussex WA 4-2 Northumberland WA; LoM: Trish Kidd - 20.04 - Full Results

Saturday 14th October 2017 - B Team Matches

Sussex MB 11-1 Northumberland MB; MoM: Paul Dickens - 28.90 - Full Results

Sussex WB 4-2 Northumberland WB; LoM: Donna Rainsley - 19.27 - Full Results

 
 
 
     
 

 
 
 
 

Eastbourne Darts Weekend 2018

 
 

Information for the 2018 Eastbourne Darts Weekend can be viewed Here

 
     
  Please note: Change of venue to the "Fishermans Club" Royal Parade Eastbourne BN22 7AA  
 
 
 

Sussex v Northumberland

 
  The team for the forthcoming BICC match HOME to Northumberland can be view here  
 
 
 

Cumbria v Sussex

 
  Sunday 17th September 2017 - A Team Matches

Cumbria MA 7-5 Sussex MA; MoM: Mick Rodgers - 28.88 - Full Results

Cumbria WA 2-4 Sussex WA; LoM: Casey Gallagher - 24.12 - Full Results

Saturday 16th September 2017 - B Team Matches

Cumbria MB 4-8 Sussex MB; MoM: Andy Macintosh - 26.45 - Full Results

Cumbria WB 3-3 Sussex WB; LoM: Hayley Gatford - 17.28 - Full Results

 
 
 
 

Winmau World Masters

 
 

 
     
  Congratulations to Littlehampton's Dan Bradford who won through the regional playoffs on Sunday at the 6 in 1 Club, Tonbridge, to reach the finals of the Winmau World Masters at Bridlington Spa, Yorkshire. The 44th Winmau World Masters takes place between 25th and 27th September 2017. Best of luck Dan!  
 
 
 

Superleague Fixtures

 
  The new Season will start on the 6th September 2017. The fixtures are available to view on the website. East Fixtures - West Fixtures  
 
 
 

SUSSEX COUNTY SUMMER SUPER LEAGUE 2017

 
 

The Sussex County Summer Super League playoffs at the County venue, the ClubCue Leisure in Worthing on Sunday featuring three competitions and attracted a good crowd from across Sussex.

The Pairs event was won by Mick Rodgers, representing the West Division winners Worthing partnered by Littlehampton player Simon Wood. They defeated the Crawley/Southwick duo Alex Gurr and Graham Harris by 3-1 in the final, collecting the “Harveys Rosebowl plus £100. Losing semi-finalists were Nathan Warren/Adrian Linfield, Littlehampton and last season’s winners Tony Ayres/Tony Peters from Broadbridge Kings.

The King’s gained consolation when their star player Danny King took the honours in the two singles events. Danny won the “Brooke Sports” Singles cup when he beat Southwick’s Andy Macintosh by 3-0 in the final to take the £100 prize. The losing semi-finalists were Craig Stoner, Littlehampton and Dave Creasey, Newhaven.

Danny continued his winning run in the final event of the day when he won the prestigious Champion of Champions Cup with its cash prize of £160. The Broadbridge player did not find it easy in the final where his opponent, Craig Stoner, Littlehampton hit two maximums and took the match to the final leg with Danny checking out to win 3-2. Losing semi-finalists here were Mark Harwood, Mid Sussex and Joe Davis, Southwick.


Fourteen players shared the Competition prize fund of £680 and more than £2300 was distributed to the sixteen teams in the League.

BARRY MOODY
LEAGUE SECRETARY

Roll of Honour can be viewed here.

 
     
 
Event Winners Runners Up
Superleague Singles Danny King Andy Macintosh
Superleague Pairs Mick Rodgers / Simon Wood Joe Davis / Graham Harris
Champion of Champions Danny King Craig Stoner
 
 
 
 
 

New Website

 
  Welcome to the new look Sussex Darts Organisation website. The site is still in a work in progress. The Superleague and Inter-Counties pages will be added to once the seasons have started. Last seasons averages and standings can be found in the archives displayed in each section. We would like to thank David Ballantine for all his hard work over the years. If you see any mistakes or links that are not working correctly please let me know. Andy  
 
 
     
 

Cumbria v Sussex

 
  The team for the forthcoming BICC match AWAY to Cumbria can be view here  
 
 
     
 

Hastings Defeat Worthing in Divisional Play-off

 
  SUSSEX SUMMER SUPER LEAGUE DARTS 2017

Hastings retained the County Super League Championship for the third year running in an exciting playoff at the Clubcue Leisure, Worthing defeating the West Division winners Worthing by 5-4.

Complete Match Scorecard

The Millers Arms team had previously won their Division by eleven points from Lewes losing just one of their fourteen matches.

The Worthing side were unbeaten in their fourteen matches this summer and they had beaten off a strong challenge from previous winners Littlehampton to take the West Division title by eleven points.

Mark Stafford started the ball rolling for Hastings with a 3-1 win over Richard Dixon in a high scoring game. Paul Paice levelled the score defeating Ray Tutin by 3-0, then Worthing took the lead with Mick Doabe’s 3-2 win against Andy Derrick. Hastings fought back to take the next two games with Darren Chapman’s 3-1 win against Lee Parsons and Ade Boyle winning 3-1 over Steve Hart.

Worthing’s James Greenfield levelled the match score with a 3-0 win against Phil Wanstall and Ron Clarke’s 3-2 defeat of Simon Smith put the TMG Club side back in the lead. Another five leg game saw Adam Bryant winning against Lee Gladman to keep Hastings in the match.

The final game of the evening went to a fifth deciding leg with Luke Hardy defeating Richard Stanford in twelve darts, with a game average of 28.71 which guaranteed him the Man-of-the-Match award.

That clinched the 5-4 win for Hastings, the title and the return to the East Division of the “King and Barnes“ Cup for the third year running.

BARRY MOODY
LEAGUE SECRETARY
01293-414699
bdmoody@msn.com
 
     
 

WORTHING - WEST CHAMPIONS HASTINGS - EAST CHAMPIONS
   

HASTINGS - ADE BOYLE MOM LUKE HARDY - 28.71
 
     
 
 
     
 

Jim Withers Wins Target Brighton Open 2017

 
  Congratulations to Jim Withers, Champion of the 1st Target Brighton Open, beating Adrian Gray 6-5 in the final.

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