The Friday Charity Darts League finals night was held recently at Sudbury Snooker Club.
Before play got underway, the chairman, Nina Wreford, and treasurer, Amanda Howard, presented cheques to Clare Club, Cornard Five Bells and Delphi Club, for their 24-hour darts marathons, which jointly raised almost £4,000 for good causes.
When play started, there were some good darts pitched. The first trophy decided was the Captain’s Cup, won by Terry Sandford, of LMWMCB, who just edged out Dan Wilson of Clare Club.
The team game winners were the Conservative Club, who beat the Vagabonds in the final.
The Cornard Five Bells treble of Anthony Gilpin, Stuart Boggis and Wayne Roberts came from behind to beat Dave Dreyer, Peter Bath and Eddie Cribb, of the Northcroft.
Terry Sandford teamed up with Brian Stringer to win the Doubles at the expense of Stuart Boggis and Wayne Roberts, of Cornard Five Bells.
The Ladies’ Singles was won by Gwen Saunders of the Vagabonds.
The night was rounded off by Brian Stringer making it a good night for LMWMCB by beating Martin Maxim in the Men’s final.
A collection by Paul Pleasance made £85 for St Nicholas Hospice.