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Winning start in new home

PUBLISHED: 14:06 14 January 2009 | UPDATED: 11:09 08 July 2010

The Thetford teams had a better result this week in the Norfolk Darts Super League, playing from their new home venue - The Ex-Service Club.

The men beat Fakenham 7-2, with a man-of-the-match performance by Phil Carter on his birthday.

The Thetford teams had a better result this week in the Norfolk Darts Super League, playing from their new home venue - The Ex-Service Club.

The men beat Fakenham 7-2, with a man-of-the-match performance by Phil Carter on his birthday. There were maximum 180s for Mark Flawn and Craig Norton.

The ladies lost 3-1 but all the games could have gone either way. Sharon Gould was the lady of the match.

Will Stanmore won the youth game 2-0. Will is yet to lose a leg for Thetford.

The Thetford squad would like to thank the Ex-Service Club staff and committee for stepping in when the old venue closed which allowed the team to continue.

Averages - Men: Dan Mock 3-1 (20.31), Gary King 1-3 (22.78), Paul Goldsmith 3-1 (19.63), Terry Stanmore 3-1 (20.71), Phil Carter 3-0 (21.78), Mark Flawn 1-3 (22.17), Craig Norton 3-0 (19.52). Ladies: Sharon Gould 3-1 (12.21), Rosemarie King 1-3 (13.75), Nikky Watson 1-3 (10.38), Carina Allsop 1-3 (13.49).

Youth: Dan Mock 2-0 (16.16).


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