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Winter Week 7

Chelmsford SC beat five-man BMS Club, who used a wildcard, 7-2 - Andy Kateley hit a maximum and was involved in two short legs. He hit a 13 dart leg in the singles and with Keith Bodimeade in the pairs, they hit an 18 darter… Charlies Bar raced into a 3-0 lead at the Compasses, but that was as good as it got for them as the home side won the last six matches without conceding a leg – Mark Smith hit a 180 and Paul Goodwin got a 15 darter… The Chequers won 6-3 at home to the Nags Head – John Wastenage hit two maximums… The Gardeners whitewashed Bentley Elite 9-0 – Craig Vickers with a 180… Bentley Allstars defeated the Brave Nelson 8-1 – Nick Partis hit a maximum… Galley Enders were victors overs BMS Eagles, 6-3 – Bob Elliott with a 180 as part of a 15 darter, Andy Hills also hit the top score, while Rob Adams got a 14 darter… The Fox & Hounds went away from the Rose & Crown with a narrow 5-4 win.

Winter Week 6

The Chequers won 7-2 at Bentley Elite... Chelmsford SC whitewashed Charlies Bar 9-0... Rose & Crown were victorious at BMS Club 5-4 having won the deciding pairs - John Morton with a 180 and Terry Harwood hit a 106 finish... BMS Eagles defeated the Fox & Hounds 8-1... Five-man Writtle SSC, without a wildcard available, were comprehensively beaten 9-0 by Bentley Allstars - John Costigan with a maximum and a 103 finish... The third 9-0 of the evening came at the Brave Nelson where the Gardeners were the winners - Nick Partis with a 109 checkout... Nags Head v Compasses was postponed at the weekend at the request of the Compasses due to a personal reason. This match must be played by Wednesday 24th January 2018 !

Winter Week 5

BMS Club came back from 4-2 down to beat Charlies Bar 5-4... Chelmsford SC defeated the Nags Head 8-1, dropping only two legs in the process - Matt Doe hit a 180 and Andy Kateley was involved in two short legs. He hit a 14 darter in the singles and a 20 dart leg in the pairs with Keith Bodimeade... The Compasses won 7-2 against Bentley Elite - Lewis Hayes with a 16 darter... The Chequers beat the Brave Nelson 7-2... The Gardeners conceded only three legs in their 8-1 victory over Writtle SSC - Mark Chapman hit a 110 finish... Galley Enders won all three pairs to scrape a win against Bentley Allstars 5-4 - Rob Donat with a maximum... BMS Eagles defeated the Rose & Crown 6-3 - John Morton with a 174 !

All please note that both Jordan's new website (see link above) & this website will run side by side until the end of the year, then Jordan's will take over... This website will remain for history purposes only!

Winter Week 4

Chelmsford SC won 6-3 at Bentley Elite... BMS Club won the last two singles in their 7-2 defeat at the Nags Head... Rose & Crown came away from Charlies Bar with a 6-3 victory... Bentley Allstars edged out the Fox & Hounds 5-4 in a deciding pairs - John Costigan and Olly Nye with 180s, with the former also hitting a 15 darter. Mark Pallett hit a 113 checkout... The Gardeners got the better of Galley Enders with a 6-3 success - Martin Compton with a superb 12 darter, which is the shortest leg of the season so far. Pete Wiffin and Ryan Harrington hit maximums and Mark Chapman finished on 100... The Chequers won 7-2 at Writtle SSC... The Compasses defeated the Brave Nelson 7-2 ! 

Winter Week 3

The Nags Head have continued their unbeaten start to their first IDDL winter season after winning at Charlies Bar 7-2... BMS Club beat Bentley Elite 5-4... Defending champions Chelmsford SC defeated the Brave Nelson 8-1... Writtle SSC played their wildcard in their 7-2 away loss to the Compasses... The Galley Enders won 6-3 at the Chequers - Ryan Harrington with a 177... The Fox & Hounds narrowly avoided a whitewash after winning the final pairs to lose 8-1 to the Gardeners - Des Vickers and Mark Chapman hit 180s... Bentley Allstars dominated the singles to defeat BMS Eagles 6-3 - John Costigan with a maximum !

Winter Week 2

Bentley Elite defeated Charlies Bar 5-4... The Nags Head maintained their winning start with a 6-3 home win over the Rose & Crown... The Gardeners opened up their campaign with a 7-2 victory at BMS Eagles - Craig Vickers with two 180s and Jason Bates with one, while Bob Elliott hit the shortest leg of the winter so far in 13 darts... The Fox & Hounds won 6-3 against the Chequers - Olly Nye with a maximum... Galley Enders defeated the Compasses 7-2 - Mark Careless with a 180 as part of a 15 darter... Chelmsford SC only dropped one leg in their whitewash of Writtle SSC - Mel Sylvester with a 16 dart leg... The Brave Nelson went home victorious, 6-3 over BMS Club !

Winter Week 1

Bentley Elite used a wildcard in their 5-4 home defeat to the Nags Head - Clinton Horne with a 105 checkout... Charlies Bar won the Warley derby 5-4 against the Brave Nelson... Writtle SSC defeated BMS Club 7-2... Defending champions Chelmsford SC beat Galley Enders 7-2 - Andy Kateley and Jamie Palmer with 180's, as well as 14 and 16 dart legs respectively... The Fox & Hounds were victorious at the Compasses in the deciding pairs, having come from 4-2 down - Fraser Bradshaw with a maximum, while Grant Gregory hit a 114 finish and Chris Boret got a 100 checkout... BMS Eagles won at the Chequers - Jason Bates with a 180, John Wastenage with a 16 dart leg. Bob Elliott & Pete Shea also hit a 19 dart leg in the pairs... Bentley Allstars won all three pairs to register a 5-4 success at the Rose & Crown - Terry Goddard with a maximum !

* See Rule 6 & 7 under Format section of Rules for how to play Wildcards!  Note! All Singles must be played whether playing a wildcard or not, no player can be given a 2-0 win under any circumstances!

Presentation Night! A really disappointing turn-out, with so many wanting the night to be on a Friday instead of a Thursday, there were less than 50 people in the hall!
Many teams didn't even bother to send at least one represenative to pick up trophies, especially Writtle SSC & Nag's Head who had team trophies to pick-up as well as competition trophies & medals... The raffle was well supported by those present, but we still made a loss mainly due to lack of numbers, therefore the 2016/17 winter & summer season's finance's lost £50.37... Many thanks to Pete Shea & Adam Miller who sold raffle tickets, to Sue Kateley for folding the tickets & conducting the draw; also thanks to the committe members who helped set-out the trophies (Jordan), set-up the oche's (Senan) and conduced the draw for the Blind Draw Pairs (Matt)... There were some interesting pairings, and Jason Bates & Alan Green were the winners with Bob Elliott & Olly Nye the runners-up...
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Although I'm around for another season and next September / October will be my last hosting the presentation night, you need to decided on what you want in the future, because there were so many trophies & medals that players didn't really want, but when I gave every team secretary & captain the chance to cancel 5-weeks prior to presentation, no-one except BMS Eagles and Fox & Hounds replied to my e-mail; therefore I had no choice other than to purchase all trophies... If you don't want trophies, or in fact, if you don't want a presentation night then you need to let the committee know; at the AGM, everyone was up for a blind draw pairs competition & a Friday night, last night didn't prove this!  The actual time to set-up was 75 minutes, when we got the cupboard key & the presentation itself only took 30 minutes... It should be a night of celebration and a chance to all get together and have a laugh !