Four teams vie for two places

Te Awamutu Courier - - News -

O¯haupo¯, WWMC Hunters, Tung­stens and Rose­town Rock­ets are the only teams as­sured of mak­ing the top six for Te Awa­mutu Darts cham­pi­onship.

Four teams will be sweat­ing on fill­ing the two re­main­ing spots go­ing into tonight’s fi­nal se­ries of matches in the sub­sidiary round com­pe­ti­tion.

War­riors and Mis­fits cur­rently sit in on six wins, while O¯ haupo¯ Tigers and Rose­town Rebels each have five wins.

Mis­fits have the tough­est as­sign­ment tonight, tak­ing on joint sec­ond placed¯ WWMC Hunters. War­riors and Ohaupo¯ Tigers have ev­ery­thing to play for when they square off, and Rose­town Rebels will fancy them­selves beat­ing Rose­town Thorns.

O¯ haupo¯’s Tama Rueben and Bill Ri­ley threw the only 180s in week 12.

Re­sults: Ohaupo¯ ¯ 14, Rose­town Thorns 1; War­riors 11, RSA All­sorts 4; Rebels 11, O¯ haupo¯ Tigers 4; Mis­fits 9, WWMC Dragons 6; Rose­town Rock­ets 13, WWMC Raiders 2; Tung­stens won by de­fault from RSA Bombers.

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