Pam Briggs had a nice weekend there finishing 2nd in 501 Doubles and Top 4 in Cricket Doubles and 501 Singles. She also earned a Top 8 in Mixed Doubles and Top 16 in Cricket Singles. Kirsten McCandless was 2nd Place in Mixed doubles and had a pair of Top 16 finishes in Doubles 501 and Cricket.
Bette Cunningham was on hand finishing Top 8 in Singles Cricket to go with Top 16 finishes in Mixed Triples, Doubles Cricket and Singles 501. It was her last event before heading over to Turkey for the WDF World Cup. She will join fellow K-Girl Paula Murphy in representing America. Paula was in China for a soft tip event before returning home then flying to Turkey. Both girls finally made in to the beautiful Turkish resort and Bette even got to play 501 Singles at the Turkish Open. After digging out of a 0-2 hole in the first round she lost to a talented dutch player in the second round.
Marlise Kiel and Corrine Stockton traveled to Denver, CO for the popular Colorado Open. Marlise won the BDO ranked Ladies 501 Singles which qualifies her for next year's Winmau World Masters, an event she had to miss this year due to injury. Marlise also won 501 Doubles and finished 2nd in Cricket Singles and Cricket Doubles. Her weekend achievements brought her the MVP award as well. Corrine finished Top 8 in both Ladies Singles events.
Sandy Hudson and Candra Archbold were in action as they both went undefeated on the day helping the GGDG defeat the talented ladies of Piedmont, NC 18-6 in the NC/SC Challenge Cup. It is the oldest interstate Cup in America starting it's 35 year and the victory was the 16th straight setting a record for Cup matches. Pam Briggs was finding success at a local in Massachusetts and Shannon Vitale was also competing locally on the left coast.
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