Three way play off on the cards

WITH just one league game to go there is still a three way tie at the top of the Craigavon Darts League.

Drumgor, INF and Eire Og are all sitting on 20 points and a potential three way play off for league may have to take place after all three won last week.

Drumgor raced into the lead against the Stables A who were a man down from the start with Clive Hanna winning for an early 2-0 lead but a bull finish by Hugh Campbell kept the Stables in it.

Joe and Stephen Duff won the next two matches for Drumgor for a 4-1 lead but then Shane Tallon reduced the deficit with a win over Marty Craig.

But it was too no avail as Paul Lennox beat Brian Devine to seal the two points for Drumgor and keep them on top.

Eire Og were too strong for the Stables B team winning 6-2.

The INF had to sweat it out against Celtic who were missing a couple of players before winning the last two matches for a 5-3 win.

Winners for INF were Paddy Magill, Lee Culbert, Marty Crossan, Terry Morrow and Marty Murray with Dee Breen, Jerome McCann and Anthony Crewe replying for Celtic.

Clann Eireann got their first point of the season with a well deserved draw against Derryhirk.

So it’s all down to the final league matches of the season which were due to be played this week but have been postponed due to the Premier League darts in the Odyssey now being played on March 8.

Drumgor travel to Clann Eireann, Eire Og host Celtic and INF are at home to Derryhirk.

And with the two Stables team clashing it makes for a great finish to the league in what has been a great year of darts.

Clive Hanna won the fourth Qualifier of the Drumgor Ppen beating Gary Bell 4-1 in the final. Beaten semi-finalists were Eddie Donnelly and Terry Morrow. Qualifier five will take place this Saturday at 2pm.