Apr 30, 2013 Sports Comments Off on Amyans prevail at Guyana Darts Association Nationals Darts Championship
It was truly a family affair when Hemwattie Amyan and her son, Christopher Fulton, threw with precision and won the top prizes when the Guyana Darts Association staged the National Women’s and Men’s 501 Singles Darts Championship at the Malteenoes Sports Club, Thomas Lands, Friday evening last. Amyan defeated Rosetta Hiralall 3 – 2 in the best of 5 games, while Christopher defeated Anthony Bissoondyal 3 -1 in a best of 5 duel.
Hiralall won the first game but a resilient Amyan rebounded with a victory in the second. Hiralall surged ahead once again in the third game but a determined Amyan showed the mettle of which champions are made to draw level in the fourth. The fifth and final game could have gone either way as the two matched each other dart for dart in a close contest where fortunes swayed. In the end, Amyan called on her experience to emerge victorious. Shondell Hyles then defeated Cynthia Amyan, the other losing semi-finalist, 2-1 to seal off the third place. Amyan received a trophy and cash, while Hiralall and Hyles received cash prizes.
In the men’s category, Christopher Fulton defeated Anthony Bissoondyal 3-1 to take their best of 5 contest after the former player won the 1st, 2nd and 4th games. Both players exhibited remarkable prowess but in the end the ever improving Fulton demonstrated acute precision to surge ahead. Lallchand Rambharose then defeated the other losing semi-finalist, Sherwin Greene, 2 nil to seal off the 3rd place. National men’s singles champion Sudesh Fitzgerald, was an early casualty to Rambharose 2-1. Fultan received a trophy and cash, while Bissoondyal and Rambharose received cash prizes.
Prior to the singles competitions, Lallchand Rambharose and Anthony Bissoondyal had teamed up to take the ‘luck-of-the-draw’ doubles competition, while Sherwin Greene and Hemwattie Amyan finished second, while Sudesh Fitzgerald and Andrew Balchan placed third.
The competition was sponsored by Trophy Stall of the Bourda Market.
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