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Cumbria take Darts title - again!

Cumbria take Darts title - again!

Darts wizard Mark Curr has retained his title at this year’s NFYFC Annual Convention Darts Competition, sponsored by Round Table.

Mark, from Cumbria YFC, successfully saw off the challenge from Derbyshire’s Daniel Ford to hold on to his crown in front of a raucous cround in the Rosetor.

Mark said: "There were some tough rounds and the final was very close. Daniel was banging in the 140s to keep the pressure up."

Cumbria were hoping for a 1-2-3 in the competition with George Mitchinson and Simon Smith also making it to the semi-finals.

But Daniel saw off Simon in his semi-final to deny them the clean sweep. The final was just one step too far.

Devon’s Kim Davey won the six-dart challenge with a score of 162 and Natalie Moore from Yorkshire was Best Female.

Former Young Farmer and Darts Champion Scott Mitchell recorded this message for the YFC darts competitors. He also tweeted the following message to winner Mark Curr:

"@Markcurr @NFYFC Congratulations Mark, I never won a NFYFC comp, compete in Club of Year, Stockman of Year an Member of Year. Well done mate."

 

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