The echoes of "One Hundred and Eighty" will be flowing through the streets in weeks to come as the darts season gets back in full swing.
The first couple of rounds has seen players a little bit dusty after the long competition layoff.
Slowly we are starting to see a few big scores appear.
Round three was played last week with the results as follows.
The closest tussle of the night saw the Outlaws 4 beat the Beavers 3.
No tons were scored but this match went well into the night and great fun was had by all.
The Courty flexed their early season muscles winning 7-0 over the RSL.
Josh Carmody was prominent with three tons whilst Richelle Harmer was good for the RSL with two hundreds.
The Annals 4 beat the Shamrocks 3 with Redean Hignett the star for the Annals hitting three hundreds.
Lorraine Bales was the best for the Shamrocks with two hundreds.
In the final game, Charlies Angels had a 7-0 win over MUK Me Ram.
Richard Hall looked the goods here with three tons for the Angels whilst Amanda Bec scored a ton for the Ram.
There's some interesting team names this year, although some teams are relatively unchanged with personnel.
Probably the salary cap is having an influence.
Here is the draw for Thursday's round four matches.
Home side is listed first.
- Beavers V Shamrocks
- Annals v Leprechauns
- Darty Deeds V Courty
- RSL v Outlaws
- Muk Me Ram v Charlies Angels
It is never too late to get involved.
Every watering hole has at least one team competing so contact your local and they put you in touch with their darts representative.
If your new to town and want a game, we will find you a team.
See you at the boards.