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Longham star Wall is new Dereham singles champion

PUBLISHED: 09:52 21 December 2017

Steve Beaton in action during day one of the William Hill World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace, London. Picture: Steven Paston/PA Wire

Steve Beaton in action during day one of the William Hill World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace, London. Picture: Steven Paston/PA Wire

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The WW Rent A Van Dereham Darts League finals night was held at Aldiss Park.

The KO Cup final was between Swaffham Conservative Club and Dereham CC with Swaffham taking a last leg decider to win 5-4.

The Subsidiary Cup Final between the Red Lion and Toftwood SC A saw Toftwood win 5-3.

The league pairs final was between Julian Ray and Steve Ball from Watton SC and Gerry Gordon and Stuart Gordon from Toftwood SC A, with the Toftwood pair edging home 3-2.

In the Singles final defending champion Ryan Fitt (Dereham CC) was beaten 3-1 in an exciting match by Wayne Wall from Longham White Horse.

There were 148 180s thrown and 96 checkouts of 100 plus over the course of the season. The most 180s was achieved by Mark Mcintyre from Toftwood SC A with seven. The highest checkout was from Royal Standard captain Darryl Culmer with 167.

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