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Phil Taylor has got to be favourite, anybody think there'll be any surprises, i think the top three have to be Taylor, Part and Manley.

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I'd go along with that but Taylor's a machine. I can't really see anyone beating him at the moment, especially after what he did to that other geezer. 10-0 wasn't it? On their day, both Part & Manley can give him a game but I think Taylor's confidence & ability is sky-high right now. On that subject, I'm off to play darts for my local now. The Rose, Wood Street, Northfleet. Gravesend league div. 2 runners up,2003, next season's absolute favourites for instant relegation! And we play in red shirts! Bring it on!! <img src="/images/graemlins/devil.gif" alt="" />

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Taylors got a new groove in his darts and aparantely it makes him play better. We'll just have to wait and see.

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Saw bits of it tonight. Thought Priestly was unlucky. Part didn't exactly win, the other bloke lost. We drew, by the way. I need more than a new groove to make me play better. A new brain might be in order.....how did I miss that double one....?

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Is sexy Andy Fordham involved?

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Darts is a sport?????

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Oooohh yesss. If lobbing a glorified spear across a field is a sport i.e. javelin, then so is darts. And the big advantage with darts is you are actively encouraged to get totally plastered whilst playing it. A sport? The King of sports, my son!!
WWWWUUUUNNNHHUUNNNDREDDANEIGHTEEEE!!!
BRING IT ON!!!!

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Add bowling to that as well!
Well said John!

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Here, here. Darts is more of a sport than synchronised swimming (although the participants in darts aren't quite so attractive!).

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Well, ok so I'm out-voted on this one!

Synchronised swimming I do draw the line at though. Especially the individual event!

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What bout the tripple jump, any one can hop skip and jump but no one can keep on hittin that trebble 20.

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Ah but can you hop skip and jump as far as a certain Mr Edwards?

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But can Mr Edwards do a 141 finish after eight pints of Master Brew?

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Doubt it, he's probably tee-total. You can't knock the guy though. He is one heck of a good sportsman, a great competitor for his country and a good role model for aspiring athletes

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Bit of a hypocrite though isn't he. Refused to compete on Sunday's because of his religious beliefs and then once he becomes good it is suddenly alright

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I can't stand him...self righteous bible punching whinger.....

wheres me old mate daly thomson....now he was a proppa gezzer....

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I can't see why anyone sould have a problem with any athlete because of their beliefs. He represented our country and won Olympic and World gold medals. Stop knocking British winners.

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I can't stand him...self righteous bible punching whinger.....


To right 'n' all uncs. He was moaning about how swimming shouldn't be a sport. And a hop step and a jump is. Yeah right!

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I thought he was just commenting on what little chance our swimmers had of actually winning anything. He was right!

Needed that kick up the [****!!****]. Pretty good now it seems. <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

I'm an archer - any comments? <img src="/images/graemlins/blush.gif" alt="" />

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Yeah, what type bow do you use?




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