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Wick and District Darts League: Seaview's title with 100% record

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John O'Groats side Seaview are the Wick and District Darts League champions, and in truth it was never in doubt as they completed the season with a 100 per cent record in the first division.

Their wins this season came against Harper's (8-0, 8-0), Seaforth (7-1, 7-1), Smiddy "2" (7-1, 5-3), Harper's "B" (8-0, 7-1), Castletown Poachers (6-2, 7-1), Norseman (8-0, 8-0), Old Smiddy Inn (7-1, 7-1), Castletown (7-1, 7-1) and Smiddy "3" (6-2, 7-1).

Seaforth were runners-up, eight points adrift, with Norseman third.

Castletown Poachers achieved safety after beating Harper's "B". It was Smiddy "3" who ended up bottom as Smiddy "2" condemned them to the second tier.

Queen's Hotel needed a win against the Lybster Comm in the second division and they produced the goods, leaving the Park devastated as they lost the title on leg countback.

Results – Division One: Castletown Poachers 6, Harper's "B" 2; Harper's 3, Norseman 5; Seaview 7, Castletown 1; Seaforth 8, Old Smiddy Inn 0; Smiddy "2" 6, Smiddy "3" 2.

Division Two: Camps ladies 1, Park 7; Queen's ladies 2, Seaforth ladies 6; Comm 2, Queen's 6; Smiddy "4" 5, Harper's "C" 3.

Maximums: Dylan Gunn (Park), Steven Nicolson (Harper's "B"), Marc Macgregor (Seaview), David Taylor (Smiddy "3"), Michael Sinclair (Smiddy "3").

High scores: Geordie Bain (Castletown), 177; John Scollay (Norseman), 171.

Ton-plus checkouts: Ryan Campbell (Smiddy "2"), 116; Brian Oag (Smiddy "2"), 113; Marc Macgregor (Seaview), 107; Michael Sinclair (Smiddy "3"), 100.

Shortest recorded legs: Brian Oag (Smiddy "2"), Stewart Tait (Seaview), both 16 darts.

Next week it is the knockout finals night in the Norseman Hotel. The draw is Seaview v Smiddy "3" and Seaforth v Park (8pm start).

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