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SOME of the best darts players in Australia came to Warwick at the weekend for the Inter-cities finals at St Mary’s Hall.
The weekend attracted 120 players and was hosted by the Premier Darts Association of Warwick.
Premier qualified for the women’s final and had early wins against West Moreton and Pine Rivers.
Kerri Edwards and Shelly Crummy were virtually unbeaten in singles for the Premier team.
Edwards plays for the Premier team after deciding to follow a darts dream by driving from Dalby to Warwick each week to play.
“Dalby doesn’t have a representative team. I did play with Kingaroy but now play with Premier,” Edwards said.
“They are a lovely bunch of people in Premier.”
The inter-cities competition is different to Adam and Eve as each game needs to start and finish with a double.
One of the top players in action at the weekend was Lorraine Burn, of Wynnum, who will play for Australia in Turkey in October.
She made her debut for Australia in the Asia Pacific Cup in Hong Kong last year when the Aussies were victorious.
Logan player Chrissy Sheerin was runner-up in the recent Pacific Masters in Perth and said she loved coming to Warwick to play darts.