Shorty’s crowned as darts champs

PUBLISHED: 14:58 15 June 2006 | UPDATED: 10:20 06 May 2010

SHORTY S are the new Hitchin and District Pool League champions. They were also the winners of the team knockout, while Angels Reply and Sailor Boy were the runners-up in the respective competitions. The other league winners were: Three-man knockout winne

SHORTY'S are the new Hitchin and District Pool League champions.

They were also the winners of the team knockout, while Angels Reply and Sailor Boy were the runners-up in the respective competitions.

The other league winners were:

Three-man knockout winners: Angels Reply Red (Richard Berry, Andy Cobb, Tony Price, Des Smith); runners-up: Shorty's Red (Colin Shepard, Ben Kowalczyk, Jason Wooding, Onker Mann).

League averages winner: Ben Kowalczyk (Shorty's), runner-up: Jason Wooding (Shorty's).

Men's singles winner: Ben Kowalczyk (Shorty's), runner-up: Andy Barker (Two Chimneys).

Ladies' singles winner: Michelle Sharp (Paynes Park), runner-up: Emma Adaway (Nightingale B).

Captain's Cup winner: Eddie Lilley (Paynes Park), runner-up: N 'George' Dewitt (Nightingale A).

Men's doubles winners: Julian Williams, Ben Kowalczyk (Shorty's), runners-up: Raj Flora, Noddy Mandere (ABC).

Mixed doubles winners: Hayley Clifford, Ben Kowalczyk (Shorty's), runners-up: Sue Adaway, Karl Cleary (Nightingale A).

Ladies' doubles winners: Emma Adaway, Matty Henderson (Nightingale B), runners-up: Sharron Davies, Vicki Vincent (Angels Reply).

Over-40s winner: Des Smith (Angels Reply), runner-up: Richard Berry (Angels Reply).

Landlords' Cup winner: Paul Eames (Nightingale A).

The presentation evening - which includes a disco, buffet and raffle - is tomorrow (Friday) night at the Paynes Park Social Club. It is on from 8pm until late and tickets cost £2.


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