WGC's men crowned champions

PUBLISHED: 11:40 03 April 2008 | UPDATED: 21:27 26 October 2009

BULLSEYE! With only one game left to play, Welwyn Garden City have once again been crowned the Shamrock Men s League darts champions. Unless the impossible happens, they will go through the Herts County Darts Organisation campaign undefeated after beating

BULLSEYE! With only one game left to play, Welwyn Garden City have once again been crowned the Shamrock Men's League darts champions.

Unless the impossible happens, they will go through the Herts County Darts Organisation campaign undefeated after beating South Oxhey 11-9 in their penultimate match on Monday.

The most intriguing game next week will be to see who will be runners-up as third-placed Berkhamsted are at home to London Colney, currently second in the table.

A win for either team will gain them the runners-up position, while the losers could end up as low as fourth with Sawbridgeworth snatching third spot.

A draw, however, would allow Sawbridgeworth to take second place on leg difference, provided they win their last game.

Although they still have one fixture to play in the Ladies' League, Hoddesdon are already the champions this season.

The East Herts club have taken over from WGC, who now take the runners-up position, with Watford, who have played all their games, in third place.

Hertfordshire County Darts Organisation

(March 31)

Shamrock Men's League

Berkhamsted 13 Hatfield 7; Croxley Green 3 London Colney 17; Enfield 2 Sawbridgeworth 18; Hoddesdon A 16 Stevenage 4; St Albans 11 Hoddesdon B 9; Welwyn Garden City 11 South Oxhey 9.

Shamrock Ladies' League

Watford 6 Berkhamsted 2.


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