THINGS are going great on the dart board at the moment.
Confidence is high, I’m scoring great, and my finishing has improved almost to a point where I’m happy with it.
For the second week running in Superleague I took the man of the match award with a 28.49 average per dart, which was also best in the county for the second consecutive week.
I managed another 180 which keeps me top of that battle with 11 maximums in 13 matches.
Our team was playing against Lewes, and there is always a healthy rivalry between the two teams, and this time the result went our way with a 5-4 win.
On Friday I made my way over to Hastings to play a league match for Rileys. In a very one-sided match, we rolled out 12-0 winners, and top the league also.
The next day I headed off out on the mountain bike, ending up at Rushlake Green Flower Show after a jaunt up the Cuckoo Trail.
I saw a few familiar faces whilst there, and got some positive comments about the diary from a couple of avid readers... namely Mick Woodhams, who was heading towards the cup cake stand, I believe... and Henry Grant, who was supposed to be head of car parking but was more interested in his ice-cream when I met him!
Monday saw me take part in the first night of a singles league in Hastings, where I registered a win and a draw, which, considering my opponents, I’m pretty happy with.
Unfortunately it is not all good news this week, as I found out on Friday that I require further surgery on my right knee. If I don’t have this done now, then I will need a full replacement in a couple of years, so having this operation is a bit of a necessity!
Finally I head off to Derby this Friday to try to qualify for the PDC European Tour in Stuttgart in September.