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Richard Ried ------ Crowned 2010 Boho & Derrygonnelly Open Darts Champion

Richard Reid from Enniskillen took the second 2010 Boho & Derrygonnelly Open Individual darts title in South-West Fermanagh after a great series of darts reached a climax in Doogies Bar Derrgonnelly, ...
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Brendan Dolan Retains Title

Brendan Dolan has regained the Eamons Piano Bar Memorial Trophy for a third year after Defeating a strong field on Grand Finals night in Blacklion annual tournament.......



The ¼-final s...

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Eamon Mc Govern ---- 2010 Lough Erne Hotel Open Darts Champion

Congratulations to Eamon Mc Govern (Irvinestown, Fermanagh) who played brilliant darts throughout the day to be crowned the 2010 Lough Erne Hotel Open Darts Classic champion last Saturday staged in hi...
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Linnet Inn Individual Matchplay Darts Classic 2009

Noel Gileece won the 2009 Linnet Inn Individual Matchplay Darts Classic for the first time when he defeated John Doogan in a repeat of the 2008 final held in Boho, Co. Fermanagh over the Christmas per...
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North Fermanagh Open Darts Championship

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Brendan Dolan (pictured above) the current 2008 North Fermanagh Open Individual Darts Champion.........



The 2009 annual North Fermanagh Open Individual Darts Championship will...

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Co. Fermanagh Players Who Reached The Grand-Finals Of £1,000 Players League

The four Co. Fermanagh players pictured above who reached the "GRAND-FINALS" of the 2009 Weigh Inn £1,000 Individual Darts League LtoR: Brendan Dolan (semi-finals), Eamon Mc Govern (1/4-finals), Denis...
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Eamon McGovern Crowned 2009 Champion

Eamon McGovern (pictured above) was crowned 2009 champion of the first Boho & Derrygonnelly Open Individual Darts Championship when the Irvinestown player defeated Martin Fivey in the final to take th...
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The 16 Players Who Qualified For The Grand-Finals

Pictured above is the 16 players who qualified for the Grand-Finals of the 2009 Boho & Derrygonnelly Open Individual Darts Championship which seen Eamon Mc Govern defeat Martin Fivey in the final to b...
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Noel Gileece & John Doogan

The two players (pictured above) who contested the final of the annual Linnet Inn Boho Individual Darts Players Open was John Doogan (winner, pictured right) and Noel Gileece (runner-up, pictured left...
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Boho & Derrygonnelly Darts League

Pictured above are members of the Knockmore Bar darts team who won the recent BD (Boho & Derrygonnelly) pub league and knockout competitions in North-West Fermanagh.....


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Denise Cassidy ------ 2009 N. Ireland Ladies Darts Champion

Fermanagh’s top ladies darts player and N. Ireland international Denise Cassidy stormed her way through a quality field of players to be crowned the 2009 N. Ireland Ladies Individual Champion with a 4...
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West Tyrone Open Darts Classic Festival 2009 11th Annual Event

Listed below is details regarding the 11th annual West Tyrone Open Darts Festival which takes place over the weekend of Friday 20th ----- Sunday 22nd March 2009 at Mahon’s Hotel Irvinestown, Co. Fer...
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North Fermanagh Open Individual Darts Championship

Kesh football & cricket club or otherwise known as NFC Kesh will be staging the 2008 North Fermanagh Open Individual Darts Championship in there club house Kesh Co. Fermanagh on Saturday 29th November...
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Brendan Dolan

Good luck to Brendan Dolan (Co. Fermanagh) when he takes on Dublin's Jacko Barry in the All Ireland clash in the 2008 Sky Poker World Grand-Prix Darts live on Sky Sports TV from the Citywest hotel Dub...
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Brendan Dolan (winner) Ivan Job (Lough Erne Hotel) and Ronnie Baxter (runner-up)

BRENDAN DOLAN defeated Ronnie Baxter 6-3 to win the 2008 Ulster Open Darts Championship on Sunday played in the Lough Erne Hotel, Kesh, Co. Fermanagh.....


Following Felix McBrearty's win i...

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