Do-or-die final battle

2016-07-27 06:00
Len Naidoo and Vasa RungasamyPhoto: supplied .

Len Naidoo and Vasa RungasamyPhoto: supplied .

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THE KwaDukuza Darts Association (KDDA) hosted a singles darts tournament at the Quarts Sportsbar on Wednesday night.
The turnout was disappointing as few players entered the tournament.
With just 12 players the game still went on.
The top half of the draw saw Vasa Rungasamy beat Justin Naidoo 2-0, while Jodie Naidoo beat Jason Moodley 2-0 to book themselves to the quarters.
Jerry Arunachellum beat Nine Pillay 2-1 to meet Rowen Pillay in the quarters.
Rungasamy who was in prolific form wasted no time in defeating Naidoo 2-0 to advance to the semi-finals while Arunachellum beat Pillay 2-0 to meet Rungasamy in the top half.
Arunachellum who had a good run was brought down by Rungasamy with 2-1 defeat, thus booking himself in the finals.
The bottom half of the draw saw Jerry Govender beat logan Moonsamy 2-0, while Len Naidoo beat Ajen Singh 2-0. Naidoo and Govender met each other in the quarters. Preolin Muthusamy lost to Charlie Pillay with a 2-0 defeat. Len Naidoo who was in top form demolished Govender with a 2-0 victory to meet Charlie Pillay in the semi-finals. Naidoo wasted no time in defeating Pillay who was struggling to score on the night.
The final was a real do or die battle between Len Naidoo and Vasa Rungasamy as both players were in top form. In the first set Rungasamy top scored and shocked Naidoo with a 120 close.
Naidoo got his act together and levelled the scores 1-1. Rungasamy however kept his cool and beat Naidoo who was struggling to close on a double.
The night belonged to Rungasamy, and Naidoo had to settle for the runner up post. Tonight (Wednesday) a singles tournament will be hosted, sponsored by Jaya's Recyclers. KDDA thanked Jaya for the generous sponsorship.

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