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Darts  – a great game wherever you play

 |  Sue and JB Walton  | 
I just saw the write up about the darts Club in Coroglen last week in The Informer and just wanted to say – thanks to the darts players and staff of the Mercury Bay Club for making us feel so welcome.

You’ve got a great club filled with very open friendly people. Wherever you go in the country, all dart players have one thing in common – we play for the love of the game. Your relaxed play and even the small differences in rules is a fantastic way to play the best game in the world. Any time any player is in Wellington, look up the Johnsonville Club or Kapi Mana Darts and we’ll get you a game. Thanks again for having us, we’ll definitely be back for more.


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