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5. Presentation night
In 2001 the Bentley and District Ladies Darts League held their annual finals and presentation night at the Trades and Labour Club, North Bridge. Our picture shows Doncaster Star charity shield three-a-side competition finalists, from left, Londesborough Club's Connie Harrison, Karen Benjer and Cyny Phillips, and Comrades Club's Jackie Cross, Joan Fendall and Vera Atkinson.
The Bentley Ladies Darts League 2003 finals night was held at the Markham Officials Club, Armthorpe. Our picture shows Alison Trophy winners, Askern Spa B, from left, Pam Boothe, Beth Feely, Olga Moore and Sue Russell.
Free Press reporter Paul Goodwin challenged former world number one darts player Peter Manley, as he visits Betfred on Cleveland Street, and raised money for Doncaster Cancer Detection Trust. L-R are Betfred shop Manager Ryan Webster, Peter Manleyl, and Paul Goodwin