Harrogate Darts Roundup – Hanslow quality player of the week

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The Manhattan Skyline were back with a vengeance this week with an 8-1 thrashing of an under par Trades Hall, Alex Roadley said “Someone had this coming, and soon, I am happy with the team’s performance, but beating Graham Coates was the icing on the cake”.

Division 1

                                              Pyd     Won     Sng    Prs     Pts

Batsmen                                7         5         27      18      45

Cons Club MaHoosive                      7          7         29       15     44

Manhattan Dales                             7          5        26       11     37

George & Dragon                           7          4         21       11     32

Empress show form
The Empress team took the honours as the won their second game of the season against bottom of the table Londesboro 2, winning 6 – 3.
Captain Daz Murthick was once again “well impressed”

Mark “China” White in action, beating Jez Davey in a comprehensive 7 2 Victory over Railway
Congratulations to the Manhattan Skyline, in breaking there “Beaten Run” of 6 games in a row, with an 8-1 smashing of Trades Hall, and also to the Empress with their second win of the season, over the Londesboro 2 side.
Congratulations go to players with 180’s this week.

– Rick Harper (Manhattan Dales)
– Steve Higgins (Bilton Batsmen)
– Lewis Pride (Bilton Batsmen)
– Dave Pilgrim (Harrogate Railway)
– Wes Gotting (Stonebeck)

This week’s outstanding performance goes to Nick Hanslow with games of 16/17 darts, and an overall average of 91.09.

Week 7 – X Dales player Martin Chappell wins in both singles and pairs against his old team mates at the Manhattan, Shirt style was the order of the evening as the Mahoosive took the spoils 6-3 with all the pairs following a very competitive set of singles shared on the night Skyline back with a vengence

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Wayne Campbell: League Secretary

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