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. Prices: Polo Shirts with Dorset County Darts logo and With Castle and Darts £15 Hoodies as above = £20 Zipped Hoodies = £25 We hope to add some photo’s soon of these items. To Order yours please either contact Sazzbydesigns (see below, link to email) or Sharon Mitchell. £3 from each sale goes to help Fund Dorset
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Dorset Sponsorship Opportunities
Dorset have an Opportunity for Businesses, Teams and Pubs/Venues to Sponsor a number of the Darts Surrounds Purchased for the the set up at Branksome Con Club as well as advertising in our County Programme next season
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Dorset Promotion Bid Back on Track
Dorset hosted London knowing a good result could get their Premiership promotion hopes back on track. Dorset got the result they required with all 4 teams contributing to a 21-15 win. Check last match scorecard for match details. All eyes are on the last game of the season as Dorset travel to Cornwall with Promotion a possibility.
Superleague Singles and Pairs The Men’s/Ladies Superleague Singles and Pairs were played at Branksome Conservative Club recently. Thanks must go to all the teams that supported these events. Congratulations to the winners: The men’s singles final was an all Lytchett affair with the newly crowned champion Rich Perry just edging out runner-up Scott Mitchell. The ladies singles was won by Peri Yarrow from Poole, beating Lilly Woodrow of Kinson The pair’s final was contested between Lytchett and Poole, Mark Porter and Dale Masterman taking the victory over Matt Yarrow and Simon Wainewright. The ladies pairs was won by Lin Bellingham and Di Martin of Melcombe Regis beatin Lisa Warren and Suzy Trickett of Lytchett
6 Nations Cup Congratulations to Dorset’s Scotty Mitchell who was part of the 5 man England side that won the 6 Nations Cup last weekend, in Glenrothes, Scotland. The opening group match saw England beat Republic of Ireland 18-7, the second match ended in a narrow defeat to Scotland 12-13. However England topped the group on a higher leg score to set up a semi-final encounter against Northern Ireland, comfortably winning 13-5. This then set up the final against the defending Champions, the young guns of the Netherlands. A close battle ensued and with the match score sat at 12-8 to England, up steps Dorset’s Scotty Dog against Jan Dekker. With the coolness that we all come to expect, 15 darts later, shooting out on 66 , the dart dead centre of double top, England were crowned the 2014 Champions.  Home Internationals Congratulations to Dorset’s Scotty Mitchell who was part of the England 12 man side that retained their title at the Home Internationals at Barkisland, Halifax in Yorkshire over the weekend 4-6th  April. In the match against Wales Scott was up against Tony Bradley, a man with a significant number of caps for his country. Scott won the first 2 legs, but Tony won the next 2 to level the match at 2-2. Scott continued his great form taking the next 2 legs to win the match 4-2 with a 29.85 ave. In the Scotland game Scott was drawn out first against Harry Todman. Keen to get England off to a good start he was extremely nervous, after a shaky start and a few missed doubles he found himself 2-0 down. He regained his composure and fought back to level the match at 2-2, from this point onwards he consistently hit the treble 20 and went on to win the match 4-2 with a 27.64 ave. BDO World Trophy Dorset’s Scott Mitchell competed in the BDO’s World Trophy event in Blackpool. He was in great form defeating the Canadian qualifier David Cameron in his first round match 6-0 with a 3 dart average of 32.32. In the second round he was up against Cheshire’s Darryl Fitton, he continued to keep his average above 30 defeating Darryl 7-2. In the quarter final he was up against Hartlepool’s Paul Jennings, it was a close game, a few missed doubles in the closing stages meant that Scotty lost out 8-10. It was a fantastic performance from Scott as he maintained his 30 average over all 3 games. Full details of all match results and scoresheets can be found on the BDO website. Superleague Competitions The men’s and ladies Knockout cup and Challenge cup were played at Branksome Conservative Club recently. Thanks must go to all the teams that supported these events. Congratulations to the men’s winners: Knock out cup Blandford take the title this season defeating Lytchett B 3-2 in the final. Lytchett A and Wallisdown were the semi-finalists. Challenge Cup John Clark & Richie Gomm (Lytchett/Wyke Regis) won the pairs decider to beat Trevor Chant & Nick Matthias (Blandford) in the final. Rich Perry & Derek Legg (Lytchett) and Steve Earley & Colin Littlecott (Boscombe) were the semi-finalists. Congratulations to the ladies winners: Knock out cup Sherborne take the title this season defeating Poole in the final. Lytchett A and Kinson were the semi- finalists. Challenge Cup Sally Old & Peri Yarrow (Sherborne/Poole) won the title for the third time beating Lin Bellingham & Felicia Blay (Melcombe Regis/Blandford) in the final. Trina Perry & Julie Boggust (Lytchett) and Cath Campbell & Lisa Prowse (Sherborne) were the semi-finalists.