Sundowner takes down Neelan’s Auto

2016-08-10 06:00
Photo: supplied The winners of the Dolphin Plummers League.

Photo: supplied The winners of the Dolphin Plummers League.

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SINCE Wednesday was a public holiday, the Dolphin Plummers League kicked off on Tuesday last week.
The league was played on 36 points system (singles). There were two teams that played on the night, Neelan's Auto Gledhow and Sundowner Darts Club.
Kwafel took a walkover as Darnall Young Boys failed to pitch.
Neelan's Auto started the first frame like a house on fire winning 4-2.
In the second frame Sundowner regrouped and leveled the scores 3-3. In the third frame both teams contested strongly and thus the scores were leveled once more at 3-3.
The Sundowner team comprising Paddy Padayachee, Darrel Shanmagum, Neeran Somnath, Terrence Pillay, Terrence Subban, Logan Moonsamy and Ashley Haripersadh wasted no time in the fourth frame and beat Sundowner 5-1 and took a 13-11 lead.
The game was evenly poised as the teams drew 3-3 in the fifth frame.
Neelan's Auto had to win the last and final frame to stay in contention for the league, but Sundowner restricted them to 3-3 to win 19-17 on the night.
Neeran Somnath was the pick of the crop on the night winning all six games.
He was well supported by Shanmagum and Terrence Pillay who won four games a piece.
Justin Naidoo of Neelan's auto scored maximum (180) tripple 20.
Today, Wednesday, Kwafel Darts Club hosts Sundowner Dart Club at the Quartz Sportsbar and Conference Centre.

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