DARTS: Friday night players raise £3,600 for charities

The presentation of �1,200 to Rugby's RoSA charity, supporting sufferers of rape or sexual abuse
The presentation of �1,200 to Rugby's RoSA charity, supporting sufferers of rape or sexual abuse

Cheques presented to three good causes

The Friday Charity Darts League season came to a close with the presentation of cheques to their chosen local good causes. After fantastic support this year, the league was able to make a combined donation of £3,600.

Freddie's Wish charity, which supports those affected by child bereavement, also received �1,200 from the Friday league

Freddie's Wish charity, which supports those affected by child bereavement, also received �1,200 from the Friday league

Three charities, RoSA, Freddie’s Wish and Blood Bikes each received £1,200. Also the outgoing Chairman Bob Skinner was presented with a token of the league’s thanks for his work over the last four years from President Bob Gardner.

The league's cheque presentation to Blood Bikes, a charity which provides a free out of hours medical transportation service to the National Health Service.

The league's cheque presentation to Blood Bikes, a charity which provides a free out of hours medical transportation service to the National Health Service.

Outgoing chairman Bob Skinner receives a token of the league's thanks for his work over the last four years from President Bob Gardner

Outgoing chairman Bob Skinner receives a token of the league's thanks for his work over the last four years from President Bob Gardner