Cheshire News




Charity Event 9th August 2015

Cheshire Open 2015 - 25th & 26th July 2015



Men's & Ladies Squad v Essex - Next Game Details

Cheshire County Players Statistics 2014/2015

Current Players Caps

Cheshire vs Lancashire 2014

Glamorgan vs Cheshire 2014

Cheshire vs Warwickshire 2014

Kent vs Cheshire 2014

Cheshire vs Essex 2015

Cornwall vs Cheshire 2015


Silverback Claims Jersey Classic Title!

Congratulations to Tony 'The Silverback' O'Shea on his recent success, beating former Cheshire & England team mate Darryl Fitton 4-2 in the final! Tony overcame Danny Blom in the Semi-Final's 4-0 with a 32.32 Average before beating the Dazzler 4-2 in the final with a 27.12.
That weekend saw Carl Dennel get to the Quarter Finals of the Jersey Open. Carl overcame Yorkshire's Martin Atkins 4-2 in the 1st Rnd & Scotland International Ross Montgomery 4-2 in the 2nd Rnd on route to the Quarter's, where he made his Eurosport Televised Debut, losing 4-0 to an inform Nick Kenny whom recorded an impressive 30.36 Average in a 4-0 win over Carl.
Also, Tony O'Shea recently competed in the Grand Slam of Darts in Wolverhampton as he took on the Worlds best players in the game today. Tony missed out on qualifying in his group. He suffered double trouble against Merv King in the opening game, losing 5-4, but was back on track when beating Jamie Caven. In his final game was a winner goes through tie with an inform James Wade, whom Averaged over 105.00 at 4-0 up, but finished the game off 5-1 in the end. A great effort from Tony, but he still won the crowd over with his famour Walk On as always!


Congratulations to Cheshire's Peter Boughey, who collected his 300th County Cap Certificate vs Warwickshire! Peter played his 300th BICC game vs Yorkshire last season, a record for Cheshire. Also, Jane Stubbs collected her 200th Certificate making her the most capped female player for Cheshire! Meanwhile, England International Tony O'Shea collected his 175th Certificate, making him Cheshire's 3rd most capped player! All photo's can be seen on the following link - Current Players Caps



Fixtures - Men's Super League Fixtures 2014-2015
Fixtures - Ladies Super League Fixtures 2014-2015
Fixtures - Cheshire County Fixtures 2014-2015



Congratulations to Cheshire's Anastasia Dobromyslova on her victory in Hull and finally winning the Winmau World Masters! Anastasia powered through to the T.V Stage's with 4-0 wins over Dee Bateman, Claire Ball, Tamara Brandt, Petra Nykodemova & Zoe Jones. In the Semi-Finals, screened live on Euro Sport, Anastasia topped Aileen de Graaf in a stunning game of darts, going through to the final with a 4-2 win and an 85.90 average. In the final, Anastasia came up against the dark horse of the competition, the young talented Fallon Sherrock, to who'm has taken the Ladies by storm this year, qualifying for Lakeside and reaching her first Major Final. Anastasia experience paid off as she eased to a 4-1 vitory averaging 74.67 in the Final.
Well Done Ana, keep up the good work!



Anastasia Dobromyslova Claims The England Open As She Rise's To 2nd In The BDO Rankings
Anastasia overcame Aileen De Graaf in the EDO Open Final 4-3 to claim her 6th BDO Major in 2014, along with this Scottish Open, Welsh Open, Isle of Man Classic, Bulls German Open & the BDO World Darts Trophy!
Mean while, England Captain Tony O'Shea lost in the Final of the BDO International Open against Martin Adams. The points see Tony stay in the top 16 of the Rankings, currently on 207 points!



Anastasia Dobromyslova Claims BDO World Darts Trophy In Blackpool!!

A massive Well Done to Anastasia who became the 'FIRST' BDO World Darts Trophy Champion in Blackpool, beating newly crowned Ladies World Champion Lisa Ashton in the Final.

Anastasia continued her brilliant form shortly after, winning the Scottish Open! Anastasia hit form from the last 32, not dropping a single leg! She went on to beat Lorraine Winstanley in the Semi's before beating Tricia Wright in the Final 4-0.



Tony O'Shea guides England Men's to Six Nations Win!

A massive Well Done to Cheshire's Tony O'Shea who captained England to a Six Nations Win as both the Men's and Ladies claimed glory! Congratulations to all involved with the EDO!