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2014' Committee +
As of AGM 2013, the Board decided to go with more specialised involving the experience & expertise of the organisation's
Honorary members and two directors acting as Manager & Secretary of organisation. Stiofán stays on in managerial role and Tomás Walsh becomes Secretary.
 
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2012/13' Committee

President: Stiofán de Lundres Ó Dálaigh

Nickname: DANGER

County: Galway

Hit a 9 Darter: Waiting for TV do it lol, did 10 darter in practice once.

History: http://danger180.com Under DANGER'S PROFILE

Achievements: UDC World University Darts Masters' Champion 2010, U.D.A.I. All-Ireland University Darts Pairs' Champion 2010, U.D.A.I.™ All-Ireland University Darts Teams Champion 2011, European University Darts Masters Champion 2011, others click here (https://sites.google.com/site/dangerdarts180/Home/about-danger/danger-s-profile )

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I. “IT'S IN THE AIM”.


Vice-President/Development & P.R. Officer: Tommy O'Connell

Nickname: The Tomahawk

County: Kildare

History: Began playing when I was 16 in a friend’s house and when I was 18 I joined the local pub team in Castledermot, Co. Kildare, "The Dales Bar". I played for two years in the Carlow leagues before I moved to Galway and my darting career came to an abrupt halt. Upon joining college in Carlow 6 years later, I joined the college darts team as their PR officer. I am commencing second year in September 2011 of my marketing degree course.

Achievements: U.D.A.I.  All Ireland University Darts Singles 3rd 2010, UDC  World University Darts Pairs' Champion 2010, Voted U.D.A.I.                    Vice-President/Development & P.R. Officer in 2011.

What you think of the U.D.A.I. The U.D.A.I. is a stepping stone for young dart throwers that are attending University. A lot of young men and women drift away from darts when they leave home and their friends but our organisation helps nurture young talent in a friendly, enjoyable but competitive environment. It is a great way for students to make friends and to travel to other colleges to play tournaments.


U.D.A.I.  Secretary/Treasurer: Kevin Devaney

Nickname: DEADLY

County: Galway

Hit a 9 darter: No but did a 10 darter 

What you think of U.D.A.I.: Well run organisation that brings darts to another level which I hope to help expand over the coming years. I hope the UDC becomes a large governing body around europe and the world for 3rd level darts which all students across the globe are proud of.

History: Started playing darts at the age of 8 in my local pub The country Inn clonberne in local competitions. At the age of 14 I got onto the country inn panel in the North East Galway Darts League and helped them win the knock out cup that year. The same year I attend a few of the Galway youths rankings which at the end of the rankings I was ranked number 1 in Galway and made captain which in the next three years I was still ranked number 1 and captain for that lenght of time. The same year I continued my success and was crowned the first sd-dangerdarts.com Youths'Cup Champion at the Annual T.D.A. Dixie Burke Open. During the time I have won the North East Galway Darts League (NEGDL) and knock out cup with The Country Inn. Also won the Galway City knock cup out with Grealishs bar. In my first year in college I re-established the GMIT Darts club and was heavily involved in the organising of the corrib cup game between NUIG. In my first year trying to make the Galway Senior Darts panel after finishing with the Youths I made the team for the all Irelands. I got elected onto the U.D.A.I. committee as the Connacht Rep, then Secretary/Treasurer and also got elected on the Galway County Board as the Ass. Treasurer & also became Secretary.

Achievements: Won NEGDL 2010, Won NEGDL Cup 2008,2011 all with the Country Inn, Won the Galway City League Knock-Out 2011 with Grealishs bar. Won Dixie Burke Youths cup in 2008. Captain and ranked No. 1 for galway youths for Three years. Won three silver U.D.A.I. All-Ireland medals in the Pairs' 2010, Teams 2011 and Masters' 2011 and got player of the tournament during the weekend of the Teams and Masters. Won the T.D.A Dixie Burke Blind Doubles in 2011.
 

U.D.A.I.
  Connacht & Ulster 3rd level Representative: Gavin Walsh

Nickname: Frodo

County: Galway

History: Started playing darts in the later stages of 2009 when my uncle introduced me to them, but I was watching it way before that on Sky Sports and BBC. From the first day i got an interest in it, when I joined GMIT for College i went looking for a Darts Club and low and behold i found one . My first official U.D.A.I event was the Corrib Cup where I got to see different styles.

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I.™: I think its great that their is a body and I like its' ideas of bringing University students together with a common interest and I don't care if your in a I.T. or a University as long as you love and respect the game. It's going places!

Achievements: On G.M.I.T. Darts Team,
U.D.A.I.All-Ireland University Darts Masters' Last 32.

 

U.D.A.I.  Leinster & Munster 3rd Level Rep: Darren Doyle

Nickname: DAZZLER

County: Kildare

History: Started throwing in the Harp Lager Tournament about 6 years ago for Coppinger's Pub in Carlow town. Just developed a love for the game and this has led to my association with I.T. Carlow Darts Club for which I'm co-Chairman with fellow U.D.A.I. Executive Committee Member Tommy O'Connell.

Achievements: Captain of I.T. Carlow  Team U.D.A.I. All-Ireland University Darts Teams Semi-Finalists 2011, UDC European University Darts 3rd Place 2011, UDC  European University Darts Masters' Q-Finalist 2011, UDC World University Darts Pairs' 3rd Place 2010, UDC  World University Darts Semi-Finalist 2010, UDC  World University Darts Masters' Q-Finalist 2010, 

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I. Has done wonders for College darts in Ireland.

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2011/12' Committee


President: Stiofán de Lundres Ó Dálaigh

Nickname: DANGER

County: Galway

History: http://danger180.com Under DANGER'S PROFILE

Achievements: UDC World University Darts Masters' Champion 2010, U.D.A.I. All-Ireland University Darts Pairs' Champion 2010, U.D.A.I. All-Ireland University Darts Teams Champion 2011, European University Darts Masters Champion 2011, others click here (https://sites.google.com/site/dangerdarts180/Home/about-danger/danger-s-profile )

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I. “IT'S IN THE AIM”.

Vice-President/Development & P.R. Officer: Tommy O'Connell

Nickname: The Tomahawk

County: Kildare

History: Began playing when I was 16 in a friend’s house and when I was 18 I joined the local pub team in Castledermot, Co. Kildare, "The Dales Bar". I played for two years in the Carlow leagues before I moved to Galway and my darting career came to an abrupt halt. Upon joining college in Carlow 6 years later, I joined the college darts team as their PR officer. I am commencing second year in September 2011 of my marketing degree course.

Achievements: U.D.A.I.  All Ireland University Darts Singles 3rd 2010, UDC  World University Darts Pairs' Champion 2010, Voted U.D.A.I. Vice-President/Development & P.R. Officer in 2011.

What you think of the U.D.A.I. The U.D.A.I. is a stepping stone for young dart throwers that are attending University. A lot of young men and women drift away from darts when they leave home and their friends but our organisation helps nurture young talent in a friendly, enjoyable but competitive environment. It is a great way for students to make friends and to travel to other colleges to play tournaments.

 


U.D.A.I.  Secretary/Treasurer: Kevin Devaney

Nickname: DEADLY

County: Galway

Hit a 9 darter: No but did a 10 darter 

What you think of U.D.A.I.: Well run organisation that brings darts to another level which I hope to help expand over the coming years. I hope the UDC becomes a large governing body around europe and the world for 3rd level darts which all students across the globe are proud off. 

History: Started playing darts at the age of 8 in my local pub The country Inn clonberne in local competitions. At the age of 14 I got onto the country inn panel in the North East Galway Darts League and helped them win the knock out cup that year. The same year I attend a few of the Galway youths rankings which at the end of the rankings I was ranked number 1 in Galway and made captain which in the next three years I was still ranked number 1 and captain for that lenght of time. The same year I continued my success and was crowned the first sd-dangerdarts.com Youths'Cup Champion at the Annual T.D.A. Dixie Burke Open. During the time I have won the North East Galway Darts League (NEGDL) and knock out cup with The Country Inn. Also won the Galway City knock cup out with Grealishs bar. In my first year in college I re-established the GMIT Darts club and was heavily involved in the organising of the corrib cup game between NUIG. In my first year trying to make the Galway Senior Darts panel after finishing with the Youths I made the team for the all Irelands. I got elected onto the U.D.A.I. committee as the Connacht Rep, then Secretary/Treasurer and also got elected on the Galway County Board as the Ass. Treasurer & also became Secretary.

Achievements: Won NEGDL 2010, Won NEGDL Cup 2008,2011 all with the Country Inn, Won the Galway City League Knock-Out 2011 with Grealishs bar. Won Dixie Burke Youths cup in 2008. Captain and ranked No. 1 for galway youths for Three years. Won three silver U.D.A.I. All-Ireland medals in the Pairs' 2010, Teams 2011 and Masters' 2011 and got player of the tournament during the weekend of the Teams and Masters. Won the T.D.A Dixie Burke Blind Doubles in 2011. 
 
 

U.D.A.I.  Head Development Officer: Darren Doyle

Nickname: DAZZLER

County: Kildare

History: Started throwing in the Harp Lager Tournament about 6 years ago for Coppinger's Pub in Carlow town. Just developed a love for the game and this has led to my association with I.T. Carlow Darts Club for which I'm co-Chairman with fellow U.D.A.I. Executive Committee Member Tommy O'Connell.

Achievements: Captain of I.T. Carlow  Team U.D.A.I. All-Ireland University Darts Teams Semi-Finalists 2011, UDC European University Darts 3rd Place 2011, UDC  European University Darts Masters' Q-Finalist 2011, UDC World University Darts Pairs' 3rd Place 2010, UDC  World University Darts Semi-Finalist 2010, UDC  World University Darts Masters' Q-Finalist 2010, 

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I. Has done wonders for College darts in Ireland.

 


U.D.A.I.
  Connacht 3rd level Representative: Chris Clyne

Nickname: The Hustler/ Dragon

County: Longford

History: Playing competitive darts for a year now and this came through the help of N.U.I.G. Darts Club. From this I won the U.D.A.I. All-Ireland University Darts Teams' Event in Carlow & won the "Most Improved Player in the N.U.I.G. Darts Club" in 2011. I finished 2011 by coming 3rd in the UDC World University Darts Masters & 3rd in the U.D.A.I. All-Ireland University Darts Pairs' V with clubmate Alan "Panda" Murray.

Achievements: U.D.A.I. All-Ireland University Darts Teams' Champion 2011 with N.U.I.G. UDC  World University Darts Masters 3rd Place 2011. U.D.A.I. All-Ireland University Darts Pairs' 3rd Place 2011.

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I.: A governing body if ran correctly is great for any organisation, sporting or otherwise, and the U.D.A.I. is no exception. I find it to be a great means of communication throughout the Island between Colleges and it spearheads friendship & competition. I hope that in years to come the organisation will have grown from strength to strength and through the work of the U.D.A.I.™ every college in the country will have a darts team.

 


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 Munster 3rd level Representative: Shane Carroll

Nickname: The King

County: Cork

What you think of U.D.A.I.: I think it is great to see students taking the lead and setting up their own governing body for a sport they care so much about. The Association is still in its' early years and is far from where it needs to be, but I think that the people involved are involved for the right reasons and with the right people at the helm, I think the U.D.A.I.  can help grow the sport of Darts in Ireland and do something we all can be proud of.

History: I haven't been playing Darts that long and the U.D.A.I. Teams and Masters’ Intervarsites in 2011 was my first experience of a proper competitive darts.

Achievements: I think my biggest Darting achievement is setting the Darts Club up in UCC and getting it to a stage where we have a entirely new committee who are running the show to allow me to concentrate for the year on Developing the U.D.A.I. around Munster and hopefully setting up a few new College Darts Clubs.

 

U.D.A.I. Leinster 3rd Level Representative: Keith Kilduff

Nickname: Barbie

County: Westmeath

History: Took up darts at 16, wasn't a very good player until I got to 18/19 years old, still a little green between the ears which cost me a lot of titlws. People made opinons of me, trying to peg me down a bit, which worked for a while. Joined a pub team up in Dublin which was a far better system to be throwinf in, different challenge. Built my game back up in Dublin and didn't throw in Westmeath. Started the Darts Club in ITT Dublin in Tallaght and kept that going by the time our 1st U.D.A.I. tournament came around my game was in good nick and was quietly confident. Finished 3rd in Teams, I won the Masters' title and my game has went from strength to strength since.

Achievements: U.D.A.I.™ All-Ireland University Darts Teams' Champions 2012, 

U.D.A.I.™ All-Ireland University Darts Masters' 3rd Place 2012,

U.D.A.I.™ All-Ireland University Darts Player of the Year 2011,

All-Ireland University Darts Singles Pairs' Champions 2011,

All-Ireland University Darts Singles Finalist 2011,

All-Ireland University Darts Masters' Champion 2010,

All-Ireland University Darts Teams' 3rd Place 2010, 
Westmeath B' League Singles Champion 2010.
Westmeath County Team 2009,
Finalist Mick Cox Memorial 2009,

Q-Finalist Westmeath Singles 2009.

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I.™: Every sport should have an

Intervarsities  tournament if the interest is there and this has been proven,

that is in  Ireland. This system does have positives in that there are

enjoyable  weekends and with the development of the UDC™ World &

Euros  tournaments, I think there is a foundation to build on to develop to

other countries etc. and hope they get involved. The current committee that

is in place works from all angles, and with the new faces to freshen it up

and new ideas hopefully it will grow.

 


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 Ulster 3rd Level Representative: Ciarán Hickey

Nickname: The Ros

County: Roscommon

History: Started throwing darts in late 2009 and again in 2010. I have only played with I.T. Carlow Darts Team.

Achievements: In 2009/10 UDC  World University Darts Pairs' Finalist with Stiofán de Lundres Ó Dálaigh

and UDC  European University Darts Pairs' 3rd Place with Paul McNiff.

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I.™: No problems so far!

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Honorary Committee Members


U.D.A.I. Ambassador of Darts: Patrick Chaplin

Nickname:

County: Essex, England

Profile:

History & Achievements: http://patrickchaplin.com

Achievements:

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I. 

 

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U.D.A.I.  Irish Darts Player Ambassador: Jack McKenna

Nickname:

County: Kildare

Profile:

History:

Achievements:

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I. 



U.D.A.I. Professional Darts Player Ambassador: Bobby George

Nickname: Bobby Dazzler, King of Bling

County: Essex, England

Profile: http://www.bobbygeorge.com/bobbythedartsman.html

History: http://www.bobbygeorge.com/history.html

Achievements: News of The World Champion 1979, World Masters Semi-Finalist 1979, Butlins Grand Masters Champion 1979, Butlins Grand Masters Champion 1980, Embassy World Championship Finalist 1980, Embassy World Championship Semi-Finalist 1982, WDF Europe Cup Singles winner 1982, News of The World Champion 1986, Embassy World Championship Semi-Finalist 1993, Embassy World Championship runner-up 1994, 15 X Embassy World Championship competitor, Last 16 Winmau World Masters 2005, league of Legends Finalist 2009.

Blog: http://www.bobbygeorge.com/thatstheway.html

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I. 

 


 

Honorary President: Tommy Beirne

Nickname: The Baler

County: Roscommon

Profile: Nickname: Baler (i was called it when I played football. I don’t know why? I was a very clean player!)

County: Roscommon

9 Darter: No, I once got 7 Treble 20’s and the Treble 19 but put the last dart in Double ( instead of Double 12, but finished the Double 3 in the next dart for a 10 darter.

What Tommy thinks of the U.D.A.I.™? It was a great idea and it gets more young people playing darts, and that is a very healthy situation to be in. Well done to DANGER for his hard work.

History:  darts is in my blood from as long as I can remember. I started playing at a very young age and was lucky enough to be living in an area where darts was very popular. My idol was the late great Alan Evans from Wales. I lived for a few years in England and travelled all over to see him play and was lucky to have played him many times. We became very good friends until his untimely death. When I was in England, I was selected to play with the Chesire County Team and was the youngest player ever to play County darts at 16 years of age. When I returned home I got involved with Longford where I lived. I won 2 Championships with them. I moved back to my own County Roscommon, where I was County Senior Manager until a few years ago.

Achievements: I played with the Knot Hotel Team from Ellesmere Port, Merseyside, just outside Liverpool for 6 years and was called up to play for Chesire County after my first year with the Knot Team, where I had just turned 16 years of age, the youngest ever to play County darts at that time. This was a great honour and it made me believe in myself. When I returned home I lived in Longford for 5 years and played my darts there winning 2 INDO  Intercounty Championships in 3 years, Willie Gillcrease and the late Tom Nestor were legends on our team at that time. I then moved back to my native County (Roscommon) and got involved in a local league. I played County for a few years with Roscommon then I was appointed Youths’ Manager. We won the INDO Youth Intercounties’ trice, back to back and I was then County Senior Manager for 5 years before recently I went back to Youths’ manager.

I enjoy my darts as much now as I did when I started. Highlights in my life in darts is been picked for Chesire County, Longford & Roscommon County and above all Roscommon winning 3 X Intercounty Youth Championships. I was manager of the Irish Youth & U-21 Teams for 7 years and was on the INDO Committee for a number of years as a Youth Officer. I suppose I gave a bit to darts but I got a lot of pleasure out of it and made lots of friends. To everyone I got to know through this lovely game, I want to thank you all. I was lucky enough to watch players like the great Jack McKenna U.D.A.I.™ Irish Darts Player Ambassador who is still playing top class darts. You cannot talk about Irish darts and not mention Jack and many many more legends that are keeping the game alive here.

Finally wishing the U.D.A.I.™ ever success in the future and hope it goes from strength to strength. It takes hard work and you only get out of Sport what you put into it.

 
 
 
Honorary Secretary: Sean McGowan

Nickname: Skipper

County: Sligo

9 Darter: No hit 10 darter (180, 180, S5, T20 T20, D8) at competition in Claremorris on the 13th May 12' at the Dalton Inn.

History: 1st picked up a Darts at 14, Started playing County when I was 18 years I reached my 30th Anniversary in 2012, played League Darts over 32 years, International darts for over 12 years, Competed in 4 World Cups, 4 Europe Cups. Awarded Civic Reception in 2003 by Sligo Borough Council http://www.sligochampion.ie/sport/other-sports/seans-success-honoured-by-civic-reception-938737.html

Achievements: National Singles X2, 1999, 2001, All-Ireland Singles Champion 2010, 82 International Caps, 35 Times international Captain, Europe Cup Singles Bronze 2000, Lakeside International Qualifiers Last 8 4 Times, 14 times Lakeside Int. qualifiers, Winmau World Masters Last 16 2004, Other Tournament Wins, Irish Open Singles, 1999-2001, National Singles Mixed Pairs' Champion 2001, Ranked I.N.D.O. No. 1 X 5 , 2000-2003, 2005. Best leg 501 darts 10 darter. All-Ireland University Darts Legends Series II Champion. 100 + International Caps for Ireland.

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I. It's good for young fellows coming through College to play & promote the Sport of Darts.

 

U.D.A.I. Honorary Treasurer: Connie Finnan

Nickname: Yogi Bear

County: Limerick

Profile: 

9 Darter: Yes, INDO Tournament, Boyle, Co. Roscommon 2007, &  PDC Pro Tour in Barnsley 2012.

What you think of the U.D.A.I.™: Fantastic!

History:

Born Weston, Limerick.

Date of Birth: 20/05/1962.

Occupation: Machine Technician, PDC Pro Tour Card Holder 2012-2014.

Married to Patricia, two daughters Orla and Ailish.

Hobbies: Watching Golf, Horse-racing, Soccer.

Achievements:

INDO Tournaments won: 20 +

International Caps: 40

INDO Intercounty Champions X 2, 1991 & 1993

INDO National Singles Champion X 2, 2009 & 2007

INDO Irish Masters Champion 2009

Winmau World Masters Joint 4th 2009

WDF World Cup Singles Joint 3rd 2009

WDF World Cup Ireland Joint 3rd 2009

PDC Killarney Pro Tour Quarter-Finalist 2009

WDF World Cup Singles Joint 4th 2007

Irish INDO ranked No. 1 Player 2007 & 2009

Irish INDO ranked No. 2 Player 2008

Irish Players’ Championship Ranked No. 2 Player 2009

Skybet Sets & Legs Champion 2009

Limerick County No. 1 1993-2010

PDC Irish Matchplay Champion 2011

PDC Ladbrokes.com World Championship 1st Round 2012

PDC World Cup Teams Last 16 2013

 


U.D.A.I. Honorary P.R. Officer: Arthur Hook

Nickname:

County: Dublin

Profile:

History:

Achievements:

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I. 

 

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U.D.A.I. Honorary Auditor: Robert Toland

Nickname: Bobby T

County: Derry

Profile:

History:

Achievements:

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I.

 

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U.D.A.I. Honorary Fellow: John Lane

Nickname: Jack

County: Galway

Profile:

History:

Achievements:

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I.


 U.D.A.I. Honorary Fellow: Martin (Marty) Mc Closkey

Nickname: The Fox

County: Donegal

Born Carnhill, Derry in 1964

Lives: Letterkenny, Co. Donegal

Favourite Food: Indian

Favourite Drink: John Smith’s Ale

Favourite Football Team: Leeds Utd.

Darts player I admire most: Martin Adams

History: Started playing Darts at 9 years of age in Buncrana, it was not long before I started beating adults & I 1st played League darts at 16 for the Post Office in Derry, played Individual Competitions in that League I youngest player to win it at 17 I went on to win it a further 7 times. I then started trying Regional Competitions around Ulster and big victory came in the Guinness Masters in my 20’s. I left Derry in 1998 & moved to Letterkenny & joined the local league the year after with Durkan’s of Ramelton & won the League & Cup 3 years in a row. At this stage, I was asked up on to the County Panel, been there ever since. Joined Irish International Team in 1998 and I’ve played & Captained Country on numerous occasions since. Competed in WDF World Cups X 4 in Australia 1997, South Africa 1999, U.S.A. 2009, Ireland 2011, Europe Cups X 4 in Denmark, Turkey. Awarded Donegal Sportstar Award in 2009 & Derry Sportstar Award in 2010.

Achievements: 10 X Intercounty Team’ Champions, 8 X West Coast Classic Team Champions, 3 X Irish Masters’ Champion, 1 X National Singles Champion, 3 X Mixed National Pairs Champion, BDO World Championships Last 16, 2010, Winmau World Masters Last 4, 2011, World Cup Singles Bronze Medal 1999, World Cup Teams Bronze Medal 2009, County Captain 10 years, Player 15 years, International Captain 20 +, International Caps 70 +, Other Tournament Wins: 40+, National Competitions: 30+ All-Ireland University Darts Legends Series I Champion.

What he thinks of the U.D.A.I.I think it’s Fantastic organisation, because it is one of its’ kind.


 

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U.D.A.I. Honorary Fellow: Maureen Mc Kenna

Nickname: Mosh/Moro

County: Kildare

Profile: Retired.

What Maureen thinks of the U.D.A.I.™? “Great for young adults to get into the game and gives tham an interest outside their studies, DANGER is the most committed to darts I know a good organiser and fairly good organiser and fairly good darts player himself, good on him.

History: Born in 1945 in Dublin, moved to Sligo, lived in Tubbercurry. Moved back to the Big smoke in 1965, married in 1971 have 4 adult children and 10 grandchildren and all the family likes darts. Proudest moment in a distinguished career playing over 40 years and have won countless leagues, league Singles & Doubles was playing an International match for Ireland along with my daughter Nicola versus Northern Ireland in 2003. Recently, retired from Four Courts as Cleaning Supervisor after 20 years and continue to play darts for fun really. (Courts Magazine link to Maureen retirement 4th June 2010 page 29 

http://www.courts.ie/Courts.ie/library3.nsf/(WebFiles)/0AE999603A27BBB18025776700371925/$FILE/CSN%20Volume%2012%20Issue%202%20July%202010.pdf ).

Playing County for Kildare Ladies’ since 2005 proving to be the right move winning All-Ireland Ladies’ Teams, Leinster Intercounties X 2....I continue to play weekly in different leagues and is relishing the chance to rekindle rivalries with past colleagues and 2012 will be a successful year if 2010/11’ is anything to go by.

Achievements:

Tournaments Won: 5 Singles 10: Pairs’ (that I can think of).

2011: Intercounties Champions, Spring Tramore.

2010: All-Ireland & Leinster Intercounty Champions. Autumn Tramore Festival Intercounties Mixed Pairs’ Quarter-Finalist.

2009: Leinster Intercounty Champions, Sligo Blind Pairs Champions.

2008: League Cup with the claddagh to win Vinters Ladies’ League in Dublin. Singles Invitational Champion Meath vs. Kildare.

2007: Mc Gowen Bray Festival Ladies’ Pairs’ Champions 2005.

2005: Junior Cup North City Dublin Darts League, East Coast Teams 2007’.

2003: Irish International, (1st Mother & daughter to play International darts, Republic of Ireland vs. Northern Ireland, Belfast).

1999: National Vintners League Teams’ Finalists.

 

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