Nine teams still in con­tention

Te Awamutu Courier - - News - BY COLIN THORSEN

Te Awa­mutu Darts sub­sidiary round is in­ten­si­fy­ing with nine teams still in di­vi­sion one con­tention for the championship.

O¯ haupo¯, WWMC Hun­ters, Tung­stens and Rose­town Rock­ets are as­sured of re­tain­ing their di­vi­sion one sta­tus from last sea­son.

Those jostling for the re­main­ing two spots in the six team di­vi­sion one com­pe­ti­tion over the last two weeks of matches are War­riors, O¯ haupo¯ Tigers, Mis­fits, WWMC Drag­ons and Rose­town Rebels.

There were two 180s thrown in week 11, Da­mon War­brick’s max­i­mum help­ing sec­ond equal placed WWMC Hun­ters to a 10-5 win over WWMC Drag­ons. Paul Cleaver threw a 180 for the op­po­si­tion.

Mis­fits chalked up their fifth win deal­ing to War­riors 11-4, win­ning the pairs 7-2 and sin­gles 4-2.

Un­beaten O¯ haupo¯ bul­lied their Tigers’ club­mates to the tune of 15-0.

Joint sec­ond placed Tung­stens were only slightly less im­pres­sive ac­count­ing for WWMC Raiders 14-1.

Clos­est match of the night saw RSA Bombers pip Rose­town Thorns 8-7, gain­ing their slight edge in the pairs, 5-4.

Rose­town Rebels kept their di­vi­sion one hopes alive with a 12-3 win over RSA All­sorts. Rebels will fancy their chances of win­ning both their last two matches against O¯ haupo¯ Tigers and Rose­town Thorns.

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