4 December 2012

Namibia: Khomas Darts Wind Down Season

KHOMAS Darts held its year-ending tournament and prize-giving ceremony in Windhoek on Saturday.

The tournament saw some of the finest dart throwers in the region aiming to end the season on a high.

In the singles competition, Bulls Eye Darts Club’s Annelize von Brackel emerged victorious ahead of Paulina Shinene from Khomas Nampol Darts Club l, while Raphael Sambi won the men’s event ahead of fellow Khomas Nampol teammate Frank Moller.

Von Brackel then teamed up with Carlien Ludeke to win the women’s doubles event, as Desire van Niekerk from CTC Darts Club and Victoria Ndjebela of Afrox shared the runners-up plaudits.

The doubles contest in the men’s category was an all Khomas Nampol affair as Frank Moller and Dale Moller beat Christo Titus and Niklaas Andrew into second place.

To underline their dominance, the Khomas Nampol won the 21 Point League gold, while Bulls Eye got silver and CTC Darts Club earned bronze.

Khomas Nampol also won the gold prize in the 17 Point League, Bulls Eye took the silver and bronze went to CTC.

Titus was Saturday’s top points scorer as he registered 180 on three occasions, while Mkhululi Khupe (CTC), Lena Sowden (Afrox) and Ludeke each posted the mark once.

The awards were handed out as follows:

Senior Sportswoman of the Year – Carmen Windwaai (Bulls Eye); Senior Sportsman of the Year – Christo Titus (Khomas Nampol); Junior Sportswoman of the Year – Victoria Ndjebala (Afrox); Junior Sportsman of the Year – Arrno Heydt (Bulls Eye); Most Improved Female Player of the Year – Dianne Ludwig (Khomas Nampol); Most Improved Male Player of the Year – Lukas Efraim (CTC); and Supporter of the Year – Raymond O’Malley (Afrox).

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