Vintage only team with maximum points as league shows its competitive edge

The Vintage dart team who sit top of the league after winning their first two matches of the season. INLM39-200
The Vintage dart team who sit top of the league after winning their first two matches of the season. INLM39-200
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After just two weeks the competitive edge is already beginning to show in the Craigavon Darts League, sponsored by Bailie Amusements.

The Vintage remain the only team with two wins from two after they had a comfortable 7-1 victory.

There were five 180s hit by Keith Beale, Dee Blaney, Dermy McStay, Hugh Heaney and Terry Morrow.

For the Vintage Keith Beale had a 2-0 win over Stuart Matchett hitting the maximum 180 and a 17 dart leg. Dee Blaney also hit a 180 in his 2-0 win over Paul Lewis before Brian Mccavigan made it 3-0.

Captain Andrew Fairbairn pulled one back for Trojans but the Vintage won the next four matches.

Drumgor and Eire Og drew 4-4 with Paul Lennox, Clive Hanna, Marty Craig and Shane Lennon winning for Drumgor while Dermy McStay, Paul McGahan, Hugh Heaney and Sam Frazer won for Eire Og.

Stables got their first points of the season when they won 7-1 at Clann Eireann.

Neil McConville, Michael Lamb, Hugh Campbell, Peter Morris, Dee McConville, Pat Curran and Shane Tallon won for Stables while Kevin O’Loan won for Clann Eireann.

There was disappointment for INF as they lost 5-3 at home to Celtic.

Marty Murray, Seamy Tallon and Lee Culbert won for INF while Celtic winners were Dessie Dunbar, Tommy McErlene, Gerald Crewe, Dee Breen and Adrian Hutchinson who made sure of both points in the final game.