The Boston Central Tuesday Darts League finals evening and presentations took place last Tuesday at The Pilgrim Lounge.
The Division One Singles champion was Martyn Palmer, from Flying Club B, who defeated Pete Rollinson from the Kings Arms A.
Craig Troughton was the Division One 1-10 doubles section winner, while the three-a-side was an all Flying Club B affair, with D Hasnip, M Horspool and M Palmer beating S Hill, S Parker and D Turk.
The Division One pairs also produced an all Flying Club B final, with M Palmer and A Parker due to play D Hasnip and S Parker. But this final was not played and the trophy was shared.
Paul Hutter from the Golden Lion A was the Division Two singles champion. He beat Andy Friend from the Railway.
Paul clinched a double by winning the pairs with partner Tomas Hoeft, beating Scot Williams and Wayne Salmon from the Hammer and Pincers in the final.
Graham Scarborough, from Eagle A, won the Divison Two section for the 1-10 doubles, and the Division Two three-a-side was merged with Division Three and produced a win for Eagle A, who beat Eagle D.
In the Division Three singles final, Paul Revell, from the Eagle D, beat team mate Mick Devereaux.
Paul Husband and James Layton, from Duke of York A, won the pairs final against Dave Nobbs and Keith Dack from Pilgrim Lounge A.
Paul Revell was Division Three section winner for 1-10 doubles. Paul beat Graham Scarborough in the section 1-10 semis and later defeated Craig Troughton in the 1-10 doubles final, winning a close contest 2-1.
The Mick Hardstaff KO Cup final saw Division One side Flying Club B overcome the challenge of Eagle D from Division Three.
Trophies were presented by league secretary Emma Grant and competition secretaries Mark Baily and Graham Sharp.
The league is grateful to Nick Thorn and Dan Brierley for officiating on the night and Pilgrim Lounge for holding and sponsoring the night and providing the buffet.
Prizewinners: Division One: winners - Flying Club B; runners up - Kings Arms A; third - Bsc A; most 180s - 8 Joby Booth (Napoleon A); highest checkout - 157 Pete Rollinson (Kings Arms A).
Divison Two: winners - Eagle A; runners up - Golden Lion D; third - Golden Lion C; highest check out - 157 Gary Eaton (Railway); most 180s - Tomas Hoeft 2.
Division Three: winners - Eagle D; runners up - Pilgrim Lounge A; third - New Inn A; highest check out - 120 Paul Husband (Duke of York A); most 180s - shared by four players with one each; Mark Baily (New Inn A), Chris Kirk (Duke of York), Paul Revell (Eagle D) and J Oliver (Robin Hood).