LAST August heralded the start of the darts season, and the Singles League took centre stage. After nine matches Willie Reid was leading Division A, as was David Macmillan in Division B, and in Division C Willie Lockerby was leading the pack.
On the last Saturday in August the Open Handicap Doubles was won by Willie and Jamie Reid, and on the same day the Sea Angling Club won the Donnie Bookie Cup, thumping the Star 5-0 in the final.
September saw the Heb Coachworks Ltd Darts League start in earnest, and topping the table after the first game was the Caley after a 6-2 win over the Star. All the other games finished in a draw. Into week two, and the ICTS's Andy Dowie had a 160 checkout against Murdo Alex of the Rangers Club.
Also in September the League lost one of its teams as the Caber had to pull out due to player unavailability. The month ended with the Sea Angling in pole position, a point ahead of the Caley.