Victory for Burnholme in Ladies Darts League

York Press: Clair Cooper Clair Cooper

SARAH Jackson checked out on 82 for a 21-dart individual leg and shot out on 95 in the pairs with Lynne Willstrop in Burnholme’s 6-3 win over Five Lions in division one of the York John Smith’s Ladies Darts League.

Caroline Whittaker gamed in 23 darts for the victorious away side.

Magnet’s Sandra Bruce was in ton mode as she produced three 100s in her singles and a 137 and 121 in the pairs with Wendy Shortle as they demolished Marcia ‘A’ 7-2.

Clair Cooper hit two ton-plus scores for the losers.

Shelagh Kenny, Sharon Rishworth, Sue Smith and Faye Hawksby made home advantage count as Marcia ‘B’ went 4-2 up against visitors Severus ‘A’.

Davina Shannon and Sue Clark were Sev’s scorers.

Hawksby and Rishworth joined forces to seal victory for the home team, Severus winning the remaining legs to fall agonisingly short.

Ann Parkyn had a two-dart 55 finish but that was Slipper’s only bit of gold in the singles as leaders City Supporters had top scoring from Lynne Clapham and Tina Platt to enter the pairs with the match points safely gathered. Two pairs points were added to their tally.

Emma Frankland and Amanda Bevan combined to secure a 5-4 win for Edinburgh at Bootham City.

Tramways were gifted match points as Acomb failed to raise a team.

In division two, Severus ‘B’ reinforced their position at the top after a 6-3 win against visitors Burton WMC, whose captain Linda Embleton was a double ton scorer.

Dot Sellars secured victory after Wendy Storr, Michelle Kelly, Ann Meek and Linda Goldsmith had won their singles.

Jubilee recovered from a 4-2 deficit as Rosie Hattee, Tracey Scurr, Chris Peebles and Maggie Bedingham had put visitors Marcia Grey in the driving seat.

However, a clean sweep in the pairs culminated in Julie Oliver and Vicki Capes snatching victory over Jub.

Shoulder were nudged aside as Chris Waddington and Margaret Yeomans sealed victory in the first pairs for visitors Leeman.

Nella Majsterek and Nikki Johnson were Ox’s only scorers as visitors Woolpack cleaned up in the pairs for a 7-2 win, Sharon Nelson top scoring.


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