City of Windhoek wins darts title 

The City of Windhoek darts team celebrated their 16-Point Darts League title win for the first time in two years after an exciting match against the Corner Pub Darts Club. In the photo are Franklin Moller, Josophat Kuruo, Nelson Ouxurus, Efreim Shivangulula, Jonathan Douseb, Mario Kavandje, and Mwahaluka Sakaria, all representing the City of Windhoek. Photo: Contributed

The City of Windhoek darts team celebrated their 16-Point Darts League title win for the first time in two years after a thrilling match against Corner Pub darts club (CPG).

The City of Windhoek, a team with three national players, showed great skill and teamwork all season, which pushed them to honours.

The league ended with City of Windhoek scoring 173 points from 44 wins, just ahead of Mafia 1, who had 172 points from 39 wins.

The Rustic darts team finished third with 153 points from 34 wins. Nine teams from four darts clubs in the Khomas region competed, creating a lively and competitive environment.

The Raymal darts club did not play this season, but will join the next league.

Individual players also had impressive performances.

Jan ‘Kom Verby’ Holloway from Mafia 1 had the most singles wins with 48.

His teammate, Marius ‘Stoney’ Steenkamp, had 46 wins and led in high-scoring rounds with 13 scores of 140 and 56 scores of 100.

Holloway and Melusi Khupe, a young player from CPG, each scored one 180, the highest in the league.

Mkhululi Khupe also scored a notable 171.

Franklin Moller from City of Windhoek had the league’s highest close with a score of 158.

The 16-point league was full of intense but friendly competition, organised by Ryno de Jager. His efforts made the matches enjoyable for both players and fans.

As the new season approaches, the teams to watch are City of Windhoek, Mafia 1, and the promising CPG team.

The Khomas Darts Club holds three leagues each year: a seven-point, 16-point, and 32-point league.

For the past two years, Mafia 1 has been the champion, setting high expectations for their future games.

The season will end with the Khomas Darts Region’s year-end awards ceremony, where the winning teams and top players will receive trophies.

This event celebrates all participants who contribute to the sport’s lively community and competitive spirit.

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