THE Denbigh & District Darts league recently dipped their hand into the online darting world for the first time - and with great success for some players in particular.

The local darts league was brought to a temporary halt due to the coronavirus pandemic back in March but Chairman Steve Gierke knew players wanted to carry on chucking the tungsten from the safety of their own homes were possible.

As a result of this, 15 players entered the first 'Online Denbigh Singles League' with players using two devices, one to interact between players and their boards and the second to record scores through the Nakka 01 online system.

Current Clwyd County ace Dave Davies was the competition's eventual victor, recording an impressive 13 wins from 14 games with an overall average of 76.21.

Davies' only loss came at the hands of Runner-up and Masons A team mate Glyn Lloyd, with the latter grabbing a 3-1 success and both players producing impressive averages of 89.

Railway A player Pete Martin made up the top three placings and helped himself to the highest finish in the league with a great 158 checkout, and Davies himself had the honour of the least darts accolade with an impressive 14 dart leg.

Youngster Bradley Roberts proved his talent as he chalked up the most 180's with five as twenty three maximum scores were hit through the duration of the highly-competitive and entertaining online league.

Denbigh league players and anyone else interested in the results can follow The Denbigh & District darts league on facebook and twitter to find out when the next online league fixtures will commence.