Woolfenden stars in Holly Tree win

PUBLISHED: 17:08 23 December 2008 | UPDATED: 10:14 10 June 2010

IN their latest Devon Super league Darts match the Holly Tree were 5-4 winners at Exeter City s headquarters, St James Park, with a win over Grecian 2000.

IN their latest Devon Super league Darts match the Holly Tree were 5-4 winners at Exeter City's headquarters, St James' Park, with a win over Grecian 2000.

The match started badly for the Withycombe Village based side as Mike Evens slipped up 3-1 and then Ian Baker went down 3-0, but skipper Dean Wiltshire maintained his wonderful season-long form with a comprehensive 3-0 victory to bring his side back into contention. Paul Milford then claimed a 3-1 win to level the match score up at 2-2 and Jeff West came out on top with a keenly contested 3-2 win to give Holly Tree the lead for the first time in the contest.

Paul Wolfenden then turned the style on with a superb average of 27.86 as he claimed a 3-1 win but, with just one more win needed to secure the overall victory, Paul Davis went down 3-0.

This brought Colin Wonnacott to the oche and he secured the match winning game with a 3-1 success.

Last, but most certainly not least, on the night was the appearance for the first time in Holly Tree colours for Gary Babbs. He put up a great battle and was unlucky not to take something from his game, one he lost on the last leg of the contest, 3-2.

The next game for Holly Tree is the January 3 meeting at home to Tiverton with an 8pm start time.

There is an open darts competition this coming Sunday, December 28 with a 12noon - 12.30 registration at the Nags Head in Lyme Regis. There are some very decent cash prizes on offer with the singles winner and the runner up collecting very respectable sums of money and there are also cash prizes up for grabs for the beaten semi finalists.

The pair's competition also has a winner's prize of cash. Entry to the competition is £5 for both the singles and the doubles competition. For more information call the pub on 01297 442312.


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