THE prize guys were saluted at the Ashbourne Town Darts League finals and presentation night.
The awards were presented by Bridget Smith, landlady of the Red Lion in Kniveton.
The Division One Cup was retained by the Tiger A after they defeated ESC.
ESC then went on to win the Jennings Cup against Waterloo A.
The Division Two Cup was won by Knockerdown, with the Red Lion (K) runners-up.
Chris Warner received an award in recognition of playing darts in the Ashbourne area for 50 years.
Robin Penfold won young player of the year after winning 22 of 27 league matches and scoring 60 registers.
Waterloo A won the league with ESC runners-up, while Black Horse won Divison Two and Knockerdown were runners-up.
The Ladies Singles winner was Sara Jukes and the runner-up was Debbie Airey.
Dawn Routledge and Sara Jukes were the Ladies doubles winners, while Debbie Airey and Alison Ball were the runners-up.
The mixed doubles winners were Sam Brookes and Paul Williams with Gemma Fletcher and Chris Bates the runners-up.
Chris Bates was the men's singles winner, Tom Fentem runner-up.
Paul Williams and Rob Smith were the men's doubles winners, while Chris Bates and David Spencer were the runners-up.
The George Wibberley Memorial Cup winner wasPaul Williams, with Scott Wager runner-up.
President of the league Terry Weston thanked league secretary Dawn Routledge, on behalf of the League for her commitment to the League and keeping everything running smoothly. She was presented with some flowers and a gift from committee member Linda Dutton.
The AGM for the forthcoming 2014-15 Winter Season is on Thursday July 24, and the secretary will be present from 7.30pm so teams can be registered. The AGM will start at 8pm. League fees will be £60 per team and any new teams wishing to join the league must provide a full list of team players prior to registration.
If anyone has any matters they would like discussed at the AGM, they must contact the secretary.
Winners – Division One – Mens Most Wins – Steve Millward 24/26; Most Registers – Chris Bates 90; Highest Double Start – Phil Pickering 160; Highest Finish – Nick Jeffries – 135; Least Darts – Chris Bates 13, Nathan Garside 13, Steve Millward 13; 180s – Steve Millward 4. Ladies Most Wins – Dawn Routledge 12/25; Most Registers – Sara Jukes 48; Highest Double Start – Sara Jukes 96; Highest Finish – Lotte Jorgensen 88; Least Darts – Dawn!
Routledge 23; 180s – Sara Jukes 2. Division Two – Mens Most Wins – Terry Chell 24/27; Most Registers – Terry Chell 61; Highest Double Start – Nick Locker 146, Richard West 146; Highest Finish – Edwin Bull 120; Least Darts – Jason Glanville 14; 180's x 1 – Steve Wooliscroft, Arthur Hollingsworth, David Boam, Paul Hollinshead, Paul Cranstone, Charlie Dutton, Mark Neal, Rob Gibson, Rob Stafford. Ladies Most Wins – Esther Woolley 9/21. Esther Woolley also has Most Registers – 12; Highest Double Start – 106 and Highest finish – 64.