Eric Bristow and Bob Anderson may have been crowned world darts champions in their time, but they didn’t have to compete against members of the retail property world
Some of Henderson’s clients showed the pair how it should be done the other day at the Henderson UK Retail Warehouse Fund’s darts championship, which took place at the Princess Alice pub in London’s East End. Playing 301 rather than 501, Aidan Farrell, director in Jones Lang LaSalle’s out-of-town retail team, and Henderson’s Ceri Griffiths both beat Bristow, the ‘Crafty Cockney’.
Savills director Jaime Dunster, meanwhile, broke a table in his excitement at beating Anderson, the ‘Limestone Cowboy’.
The winner was Jonathan Salt, partner at Harvey Spack Field, while Michael Neal, director of retail warehousing at Henderson, was runner-up. They celebrated with a curry in Brick Lane. 16:49 | 22.01.09
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