Strong line up for national darts competition

2017-06-21 06:02
 Photo: suppliedSeated from left: Paddy Padayachee, Vinesh Geanbally, Charlie Pillay (manager), Nine Pillay and Preolin Muthusamy. Standing from left: Len Naidoo, Neeran Somnath, Devan Gounden and Darrel Shanmagum.

Photo: suppliedSeated from left: Paddy Padayachee, Vinesh Geanbally, Charlie Pillay (manager), Nine Pillay and Preolin Muthusamy. Standing from left: Len Naidoo, Neeran Somnath, Devan Gounden and Darrel Shanmagum.

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THE KwaDukuza Darts Association selection committee has put up a strong line up to represent the association at the South African National Darts Championship to be held in Durban from July 9 until July 14.
The selected players are Paddy Padayachee, Vinesh Geanbally, Charlie Pillay (manager), Nine Pillay, Preolin Muthusamy, Len Naidoo, Neeran Somnath, Devan Gounden and Darrel Shanmagum.
President of the association Sharm Padayachee was very happy for the players who made the selection.
He was also confident that the players can bring back the honour and defend the title and the gold medals that the association has won in 1996, 2008 and 2012.
Padayachee also commended each player who has made the sacrifice to represent the association at the KZN games and put up a five star performance.
The president also appealed to all business people who would like to support these players with any sponsorship to come forward.
Padayachee also thanked previous sponsors who assisted players in the past years.
For more information or to assist, please contact Paddy Padayachee on 032 551 3120.

- Supplied.

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