The Seymour and District Darts Association Summer grand final kicked off in a traditional way, with some high scores thrown in among some very nervous darts.
At the end of the team and doubles games, the score sat at 2-1 in favour of the Kings.
In the first singles game, Dave Kennett took the honours against Rick Wiley, throwing four tons with pegs of 40 and 8, giving the Kings a 3-1 lead.
Rob Welsh took on Gary Power in the next singles game, which turned into an impressive tussle that went down to three legs.
With two tons, a 140, and pegs of 8 and 16, Welsh wrestled the Steeltips back into the game.
Raymond Maloney of the Kings took on Adam Lynch in the third singles game.
After a three-leg battle, Lynch came away with the chocolates.
Throwing three tons, a 121 and pegs of 40 and 36 he squared the ledger 3-3 and the Steeltips were right in this contest.
Terran Crispin went up against Shannon Jackson in the fourth singles match, which went down to the wire in both legs. Terran came away victorious with pegs of eight and 16.
Heading into the reverse singles, the Kings held the high ground, going in with a 4-3 lead. In what turned into the match of the night, Dave dispatched Adam in straight legs with two tons, a 140 and pegs of 48 and four.
The scoreline and pegs were not reflective of the quality of darts thrown.
Gary lined up against Shannon in the final game of the night, winning with pegs of 26 and 67 in a convincing victory, giving the Kings a 6-3 win over Avenel.
Congratulations to the Kings, commiserations to the Steeltips and thank-you to all who made this season a success.
See you all in the winter comp.