Kwafel beat Sundowner in Dolphin Plummers League

2016-08-17 06:00
Photo: supplied Winners - Kwafel Darts Club.

Photo: supplied Winners - Kwafel Darts Club.

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KWAFEL Darts Club defeated log leaders Sundowner Darts Club in the Dolphin Plummers League played on Wednesday at the Quartz Sportsbar and Conference Centre.
Sundowner Darts Club sent early warning to Kwafel winning the first frame 5-1.
The team - Darrel Shanmagum, Paddy Padayachee, Len Naidoo, Neeran Somnath, Terrence Pillay and Ashley Haripersadh - made no mistake as they went onto the second frame winning 4-2 raising concern for Kwafel Darts Clubs. However, the Kwafel team - Vinesh Geanbally, Jerry Govender, Nine Pillay, Devan Gounden, Jerry Arunachellum and Preolin Muthusamy - regrouped and surprised their opponent with a 4-2 victory in the third frame. In the fourth frame the Kwafel team made it clear that Sundowner Darts Club is no threat and went on a rampage to win 4-2 once more.
The Kwafel captain Vinesh Geanbally, who was unstoppable, notched up two 180s to upset the Sundowner players and gain another victory in the fifth frame winning 5-1 to lead the team.
In the final frame the Kwafel team sailed to victory with a 4-2 finish on the night to win 20-16.
Geanbally won 6 games supported by Jerry Govender with 4 games and Nine Pillay and Devan Gounden with 3 games each. Padayachee won 5 games and Shanmagum won 4 games for Sundowner Darts Club.
Tonight (Wednesday 17 August) Kwafel takes on Neelan's Auto Gledhow.

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