Te Kuzzys, Stallions into TAK darts finals

Te kuzzys and Stallions advanced to their respective grade finals in Turanganui a Kiwa Darts Association’s playoffs.

The top four from the A and B grades fought out the first night of playoffs followng a 15-week round-robin competition.

The A Grade playoffs were a 21-game format of singles and pairs, the first to 11 the winners.

Te Kuzzys were the team to beat throughout the season and underlined their No.1 status 11-4 over second qualifiers Tigers.

They sealed their place in the 15th game, winning 4-2 in the singles and 7-2 in the pairs.

It put them straight into finals night — a “Night in Paris” masquerade party and prize-giving on November 9.

Tigers are still alive. They face the Falcons (tomorrow), who eliminated the Rhinos 11-3 (4-2 in the singles, 7-1 in the pairs) in the third-versus-fourth playoff.

stallions took the direct route to the B Grade final with an 8-4 win over top seeds Ruahine Black in their 15-game format playoff.

They won the pairs 6-3 and the singles 2-1 in the 12th game.

Black face the Pythons in a knockout semi.

Pythons beat Ruahine Green 8-3 (6-3 in the pairs, 2-0 in the singles) in their 3 v 4 playoff.

Pythons youngsters Shannan Eyles and Johnny Smith delivered the killer blows, with wins in the singles.

Tomorrow’s draw —A Grade: Tigers v Falcons.

B Grade: Ruahine Black v Pythons.

Note the draw for who will be the “home” team will be done by team captains before the semis.

Te kuzzys and Stallions advanced to their respective grade finals in Turanganui a Kiwa Darts Association’s playoffs.

The top four from the A and B grades fought out the first night of playoffs followng a 15-week round-robin competition.

The A Grade playoffs were a 21-game format of singles and pairs, the first to 11 the winners.

Te Kuzzys were the team to beat throughout the season and underlined their No.1 status 11-4 over second qualifiers Tigers.

They sealed their place in the 15th game, winning 4-2 in the singles and 7-2 in the pairs.

It put them straight into finals night — a “Night in Paris” masquerade party and prize-giving on November 9.

Tigers are still alive. They face the Falcons (tomorrow), who eliminated the Rhinos 11-3 (4-2 in the singles, 7-1 in the pairs) in the third-versus-fourth playoff.

stallions took the direct route to the B Grade final with an 8-4 win over top seeds Ruahine Black in their 15-game format playoff.

They won the pairs 6-3 and the singles 2-1 in the 12th game.

Black face the Pythons in a knockout semi.

Pythons beat Ruahine Green 8-3 (6-3 in the pairs, 2-0 in the singles) in their 3 v 4 playoff.

Pythons youngsters Shannan Eyles and Johnny Smith delivered the killer blows, with wins in the singles.

Tomorrow’s draw —A Grade: Tigers v Falcons.

B Grade: Ruahine Black v Pythons.

Note the draw for who will be the “home” team will be done by team captains before the semis.

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