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Baxter takes junior darts title at Wick


By Staff Reporter- NOSN


Caithness civic leader Willie Mackay presents Baxter MacIntosh with his winnings, watched by runner-up Logan Moodie.
Caithness civic leader Willie Mackay presents Baxter MacIntosh with his winnings, watched by runner-up Logan Moodie.

INVERNESS lad Baxter MacIntosh beat off local competition to win the 2019 Caithness open junior darts championship.

Baxter, an 11-year-old pupils of Kirkhill Primary School, produced some high-scoring darts against a strong line-up of junior players from all around Caithness at Saturday's event in the Assembly Rooms, Wick.

During his run into the final Baxter didn't lose a leg over the best-of-three games of 501 up. He showed great composure in front of the large gathering of spectators and teenage players who were involved in an under-18 competition going on at the same venue.

In the final, Logan Moodie (10) from Wick’s Newton Park Primary School raced took the first 501 up leg. Baxter levelled at one each, with the deciding leg going to the Kirkhill pupil to lift the title.



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