– teams up with Seetaram to win another title
Sherwyn Greene produced a remarkable performance to defeat Guyana’s No.1 player Sudesh Fitzgerald in the Guyana Darts Association (GDA)-organised Men’s League which was staged last Friday, at the Malteenoes Sports Club.
The League which was contested among six players each playing 10 ten legs, two legs against each other saw Greene and Fitzgerald come out on 9 legs each, splitting one leg to each other.
Only Nicholas Seetaram with four legs managed to score close to the two high shooters.
Greene and Fitzgerald started the best of three final with the former placing himself in the position to claim the opening stanza after playing for a double 18, but failed to deliver, leaving Fitzgerald with a hit for double 8 which he secured to win the first leg.
Greene without any delay finished the second leg with double 20, leaving Fitzgerald with 124 points to tie the proceedings and set up a final game showdown.
Both players seemed nervous in the decider and it was Fitzgerald who was left to get 72 points to finish the game with two double 18, but his first dart missed and he only managed to hit a single 18. Greene’s turn saw him score a total of 82 points which left him to get a further 36 points to snatch the rubber, while Fitzgerald missed the double 18 again and hit double 4.
In Greene’s turn, he tried to finish the game, but could only muster scores of 18 and 9, leaving himself with 9 to score. Meanwhile, Fitzgerald for the third time missed the double scoring 3 and two darts off, leaving him with 4 points. Green took the game on his turn of shooting 1 and the double 4 to win the tournament 2/3 against Fitzgerald.
In the Luck of the Draw Doubles, In the Luck of the Draw League, the pair of Nicholas Seetaram and Sherwyn Greene came out champs after scoring 4 legs.
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