It’s king Kenny
Published at 16:41, Thursday, 15 November 2012
KENNY Hartley, of Castle B, and Paul Winter, of the Navy Club, both hit 180s in this week’s round of Salthouse Darts League fixtures.
Hartley went on to throw an 18-dart game and Winter a 19-darter.
In Division One, Labour Club won 7-2 at Wheatsheaf, Robin Hood triumphed 5-4 at home against Brit Vandals, Crows Nest overcame the Ship Inn 6-3, Engineers beat Navy Club 5-4 , Castle House won by the same margin at Furness CC, Castle B won 6-3 at home to Peacock B and the Nautical edged out Cross Keys 5-4.
Division Two results: Roose Cons 5 Dirty Duck 4, Costellos 5 Vic Tavern A 4 , Red River A 4 Wanderers 5.
Division Three: Old Bank 3 British Legion 6, Britannia 4 Hawcoat Park 5, Crows Nest A 4 Red River 5.
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