Cava­liers fire warn­ing shot with big vic­tory

The Western Star - - SPORT -

DARTS: The Roma Darts As­so­ci­a­tion re­con­vened on Wed­nes­day for an­other ex­cit­ing round of darts at the club­house.

The Devils would take a back seat for this round af­ter de­feat­ing the Sin­glettes in a nar­row vic­tory last week.

In the open­ing game of the night, the Hustlers de­feated the Sin­glettes 7–2, outscor­ing their op­po­si­tion in a one-sided af­fair.

The Out­laws up­staged the Wagyu Whis­pers in a nail-bit­ing fin­ish that went down to the wire, with the Out­laws win­ning 5–4.

In the third game, the Young Guns drew on their youth to heav­ily de­feat the Mis­fits 7–2, while the Crows were too good for the L Platers, win­ning 5–4 in a tight fin­ish.

The fi­nal match of the night fea­tured the Cava­liers up against the HiJacks, who were com­ing off a heavy de­feat against the L Platers the pre­vi­ous week.

It would be an­other tough out­ing for the HiJacks, go­ing down a sec­ond time in two weeks by the same mar­gin.

The Cava­liers, with their stun­ning vic­tory, fired a warn­ing shot to the rest of the com­pe­ti­tion and will no doubt be one of the teams to beat come fi­nals time.

The win­ner of the mem­bers’ draw was Roslyn Full­wood and the high­est score went to Alan Slater of the Cava­liers, who nailed a mem­o­rable 180, which was the sec­ond of the night.

PHOTO: ALEXIA AUSTIN

AIM­ING FOR FUN: Roma Darts Club.

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