George and Dobey qualify in Ian Whillis Memorial

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In week two of the Ian Whillis Memorial darts tournament, Alan George and Gordon Dobey both qualified for the finals night.

George ran out a 4-0 winner against Chris Bradley with 22, 21, 16 and 20 dart legs.

Robbie Parker and Dobey took their game to the wire,with the latter going in front with a 17-dart game before Parker levelled the tie with a 15-dart leg.

Dobey went ahead again in 16 darts including a 180, then a 17-dart from Parker evened up the game again.

Dobey’s second 180 in an 18-dart leg put him 3-2 ahead only to see Parker fight back again with a 16-dart finish to take the game all the way.

But Dobey had the darts and made full use of them with scores of 60, 180, 180, and 81 in a fabulous 11-dart winning game.

The Milton Anderson competition for ladies saw Janice Fairhurst and Carol Rydz both qualify.

Meawnhile, in week two of the Mark Williams Memorial competition, the first final of the night saw Gordon Dobey and Gary Robson at the oche.

Dobey went out on 11 darts 83, 180, 140 and 98 in the first leg and followed it up with a 17-dart game before claiming victory in a 16-dart finish.

The second final featured Robson once again, this time against Robert ‘Yogi’ Young.

Robson took the first leg in 18 darts including two 140s and then the second leg in another 18-dart game.

Young hit back with two 18-dart games to level the tie at 2-2 before Robson claimed the spoils with a 16-dart finish against a worthy opponent. Robson also had the highest check out with 128.