Wetherspoons pub hosts first ever darts tournament in aid of cancer charity

A charity darts competition was held at the Joseph Conrad Wetherspoons in Lowestoft. Picture: Courte

A charity darts competition was held at the Joseph Conrad Wetherspoons in Lowestoft. Picture: Courtesy of Kelli Regini - Credit: Archant

Competitive spirit and charitable giving came together for a special pub darts tournament.

The Joseph Conrad Wetherspoons pub in Lowestoft town centre held its first ever darts contest on Sunday, January 14, with competitors entering as teams and taking part in a series of singles and doubles matches.

A total of £110 was raised throughout the day for CLIC Sargent, a cancer charity dedicated to helping children and young people.

CLIC Sargent aims to provide continuous support for anyone under the age of 25 during their treatment for cancer and beyond.

After an intense day of hard-fought competition, Team Hearts - consisting of Loi Regini, Dave Moran, Gary Lyon, Rio Regini and Max Meathead - came out on top and emerged victorious. Valiantly, they decided to donate all of their prize fund to charity.


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For more information about CLIC Sargent and their work, visit clicsargent.org.uk.

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