Darts Presentation 2023
Every year the Camborne & Redruth Lions Club join forces with Big Sue’s, Camborne Mixed Darts League for a darts marathon to raise money for a local good cause.
This year’s charity was the Dreadnought Centre in Redruth. The charity work with children and young people to help them overcome a variety of issues.
The darts marathon involves a number of teams competing against each other in order to score as many doubles as they can. Each team gains sponsorship for the event with the winners getting a trophy as do the team that raises the most money.
The total money raised this year was £1,560
Master of ceremonies Lion Peter Giannasi
Jo Ellingham, the Manager of the Dreadnought Centre explaining about the charity.
Lion President, Paul Bray presenting the cheque to Jo Ellingham
Of the six teams competing there were four with over 300 doubles scored with the top two teams only seperated by just 34 doubles.
The team with the most doubles scored in two hours were teh Vyvyan Arms in Camborne. The team were presented with a sheild, a dartboard, medals and a certificate of appreciation.
The team with the highest sponsporship were the Holman Bullets who raised a whopping £346.50. They also received a shield, dartboard, medals and a certificate of appreciation.
Certificates were also awarded to the ‘Misfits & Mishapes’ (made up from the Beacon Inn & Albany RFC), Holmans Rangers and Holmans Arrows.
A presentation was also made to the organiser, Sue Shepherd aka. ‘Big Sue’ for all her work in running the darts marathon.
The Vyvyan Arms team – Winners with 381 doubles.
The Holman Bullets team – Winners of the highest sponsorship.
The Holmans Rangers
The Misfits & Mishapes Team
President Lion Paul Bray thanks Sue Sheperd