DARTS: Double delight as Pinchbeck beat rivals

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Crowsons VW Pinchbeck League finals night

CHAMPIONS Pinchbeck SC B made it a league and cup double after seeing off rivals Queen A.

They lifted the KO Cup 5-2, ensuring that league runners-up Queen again had to settle for second best.

Pinchbeck's Sam Roberts threw a 180 in the final, in a 2-1 win over Ray Booth.

A representative of each side then battled out the Singles Final, in a match that stole the show.

This time Queen came out on top, with Mark Graham's deadly accuracy securing a thrilling 3-1 success over Colin Healands.

The evening started with Queen B lifting the H & H Cup, seeing off Pinchbeck SC A 5-2.

In the Captain's Cup, Riverside's Jonny Pell checked out with 112 in the final leg to beat Queen A's Bryan Holland 2-1.

Julie Bedden (Vine) claimed the Ladies Cup as she edged past Duke of York's Gill Harker 2-1.

The 180's Cup required a play-off between Tom Wood (Vine), Sam Roberts (PSC B) and Dave Bourne (Anchor).

Bourne eventually took the honours, with a score of 220 with nine darts.

The fours final was an all Pinchbeck SC B affair, with the A team seeing off the B outfit 3-1.

Paul Quincey nailed a 180 maximum in the clash.

Superior finishing won the Mixed Pairs final, with Ship's Andy Marriot and Jane Saddington too strong for Queen's Chris and Stacey Wing (2-0).

The League Pairs final was another all PSC B affair, with Rick Clay and Trev Wright running out 2-0 victors over Rick Bailey and Paul Quincey.