Paul wins third stage of Dartslive's SEA Tour
Published on: Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Kota Kinabalu: The third stage of the Dartslive South East Asia (SEA) Tour which was held at Promenade Hotel, here, concluded as Paul Lim of Singapore emerged the champion, bringing home SG$1,000.Mohd Yusri (Malaysia) achieved second place, bringing home SG$500, while Harith Lim (Singapore) and Wilson Sim (Malaysia) achieved joint third, earning SG$200 each.

Currently, Paul is sitting at the top of the leaderboards, achieving first place ever since the first stage at Singapore on June 10.

The next stage for Dartslive's SEA Tour will occur at The Place @ One City, Kuala Lumpur, on Oct 4, 18 and 19.

Meanwhile, the SSS Medley Singles AB/BC Flight and Hall of Fame Medley Doubles AB/BC Flight also took place concurrently with the SEA Tour as part of the three-day 2018 Borneo Darts Fest.

In the Medley Singles, Jasper Ngiwi emerged the winner with Justin Chai as the first runner-up, Marvyn Mosses Thien and Lim Jian Yong joint third in the AB category.

In the BC category of the singles, Lio Kuen Hiung earned the champion spot while Kevin Liew earned first runner-up, Jefferson Ng and William Yeo as joint third.

As for the Hall of Fame Medley Doubles, Liow Kuen Hiung and Jerry Lojitan claimed the championship title in the AB category while Melania Maidi & Cliff Richard achieved first runner-up.

Keriting-Chris Woo and Kevin Lan-Demian Chong both achieved joint third in the category.

In the BC category of the doubles, Arthur Lim-Freda Ann won the category while Thomas Tong-Peter Chan achieved first runner-up.

Oscar Lee-Lawrence Chong and Teck Soon-Edwin Lim both achieved join third in the category.

Organising Chairman Alan Lind expressed that he was happy with the outcome of the tournament, signifying a growth in the darts scene.

"Every year we see an increase in players. It all started with just local players and three years later, we have gone international.

"A darts event is unlike any other as it starts at 9am and ends at 9pm, sometimes even later.

For three straight days, participants battled for the top prize.

"I hope that World Soft Darts would be held at various countries around the world annually and I hope to be able to host one in the future," said Lind. - Locksley Ng


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