We are pleased to announce that Dorset are now able to supply some Official Dorset Merchandise in the Shape of Polo Shirts, Hoodies and Zipped Hoodies.
These are all available in all sizes from Child to all Adult sizes.
Polo Shirts with Dorset County Darts logo and with Castle and Darts - £15
Hoodies as above - £20
Zipped Hoodies - £25
To Order yours please contact either Designs by Sazz or Sharon Mitchell.
£3 from each sale goes to help Fund Dorset.
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The first weekend in November was Dorset's second fixture of the BICC season. It turned out to be very much a weekend of two halves.
Saturday started off with the ladies B team looking to avenge their heavy defeat in the opening match against Durham. This time out the ladies match ended all square. Fine wins from Julie Boggust (Lytchett) 3-1 (16.70), Lin Bellingham (Melcombe Regis) 3-1 (15.50) and taking the lady of the match award Claire Whatley (Bournemouth) 3-1 (17.51).
The men's B team were looking to build on the nine points achieved in the previous match. They came very close securing eight more to add to the tally. Wins coming from Sean McMurray (Portland) 3-2 (23.88) and Steve O'Marah (Alderholt) 3-0 (31.98) taking the man of the match award. Steve's superb game also earned him the player of the weekend and best B player in the BICC overall. Alan Ayres (Sherborne) 3-1 (26.81), commanding in what was a must win match for him, Captain Mark Porter (Lytchett) 3-2 (22.55) hanging on for another win. Graham Knight (Dorchester) 3-1 (23.46) and Steve Penney (Lytchett) 3-2 (27.04) both looking solid in their matches. Finally Lee Turle (Kinson) 3-2 (23.17) and Rob Martin (Alderholt) 3-1 (24.26) putting the 10th and 11th points on the board.
Sunday was not quite so successful. The only win in the ladies A match was the first game of the day. What a tremendous game it was, Caroline Carter (Bournemouth) 3-1 (26.55) winning lady of the match, player of the weekend and best A player in the BICC. An average any county player would be proud of, man or lady.
The men's A team seemed to be playing copycat with the ladies, it wasn't until the sixth match that Dorset put another point on the scoresheet. John Bothamley (Poole) 4-1 (19.60). New father Matt Read (Sherborne) 4-1 (25.33) started his match with two 180s, this had the crowd silenced in anticipation of the perfect leg. A close match followed and the second win. No 9-darter but there's always next time Mooster. A superb game from Nigel Lamb (Sherborne) 4-1 (27.52) made it seem that the tide may have been turning. However this wasn't to be, the only other win coming from Kevin Smith (Poole) 4-1 (22.91) making the men's score 4-8.
The final match score was 16-20 to our visitors from Hampshire.
Saturday 25th October was the start of the evening darts competition trial. Many thanks to those who attended, feedback was positive, a few new faces were in attendance.
The results of the Ladies semi-finals were Cath Campbell (Sherborne) winning 3-0 against Jean Brown (Lytchett) and Julie Boggust (Lytchett) defeating Catheryn Hulme (Poole) 3-2. This was to set up a very close contested final with Julie taking a two leg advantage only to see a fired up Cath win the next three legs to secure her first Singles title.
The Men's semi-finals were both five leg matches, Rob Martin (Alderholt) beating John Clark (Lytchett) and James Lane (Melcombe Regis) edging out Steve Penney (Lytchett). The final was another high scoring contest between two players both in superb form, James managing to hold his nerve with a 3-1 victory over Rob to claim his first Singles title.
Congratulations go to both our Champions.
Freedom have been invited by the Lakeside Club at Frimley Green to see whether Dorset would be able to bring a Private Group up to the Club to watch a session of the BDO World Darts Championship in January 2015.
This would make a fantastic day out to take part as a Private Hire Group.
The Trip Date would be one of the following days:
either Monday 5th January, Tuesday 6th January or Wednesday 7th January.
BBC TV will filming throughout, it's a fun filled tournament, lots of interaction, great venue, bar will be open throughout and there is buffet food available to purchase on the day. 12.00 start at the lakeside Club Frimley Green Club, 17.30 finish, so you would be looking at a 10.30 departure from Poole and getting back around 19.30.
Please do take a look at the Darts website on: www.lakesideworlddarts.co.uk
We are able to provide one of our 53 seat air conditioned touring coaches which would pick up from Poole and Bournemouth. Our price per head including coach travel and entry to the Venue would be to £29 per person.
Minimum number of 30 would apply per trip. Final payment date would be required Wednesday 10th December 2014.