Trophy night a real winner

The inaugural Winston Foulger Memorial Trophy attracted 59 men and 17 ladies to Harleston Apollo on Saturday with players attracted from across both Norfolk and Suffolk.

The inaugural Winston Foulger Memorial Trophy attracted 59 men and 17 ladies to Harleston Apollo on Saturday with players attracted from across both Norfolk and Suffolk.

An evening of high-quality darts saw Andy Whitehead take the men's title with Daniel Willmott the runner-up.

In the ladies' competition Di Robertson was defeated in the final by local Harleston lady Laura Kerrison, quite remarkable as she only started playing darts regularly two years ago and beat a number of Suffolk county players in taking the title.

A blind pairs competition was also arranged in which 17 pairs took part.


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An auction was held for a darts shirt signed by many professional players and with the well-subscribed raffle a total of over �600 was raised and donated to charity.

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