MONTHS of fierce competition will come to a head when the Curlewis Allstars face off with the Services Spinners in the Gunnedah Men’s Dart League A grade grand final.
The Spinners have been made to work for their place in Wednesday’s decider, going down 6-5 against the Allstars in the major semi final, before defeating the Golf Club Tees in the preliminary final to book their place.
Gunnedah Men’s Dart League president John Campbell said this would be the first year the Tees had missed the grand final since 2012.
“It has been a really exciting winter season and for two fresh teams to be in the grand final is very special,” Campbell said.
“This season has been really enjoyable for everyone, we've had about 110 people play throughout the season, which is certainly up on past seasons.
“It should certainly be a memorable end to what’s been a fantastic season.”
The Spinners will be looking to make a clean sweep of grand final wins, with the Services Bowlers claiming the B grade premiership and Steelers taking out the C grade honours.