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oche

Darts the mark or ridge on the floor behind which a player must stand to throw
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We return to the oche on Friday, January 12, meeting a Select nine from the Henley in Arden League, playing at the Wootton Wawen Social Club, Wootton Wawen, B95 6AY.
BULLY FOR ME Duchess takes aim with dart at the oche
The sixth day of competition at the Citywest Hotel in Dublin sees the four remaining players take to the oche for the semi-finals, played over the best-of-nine sets.
After two weeks at the oche, a cool pounds 100,000 awaits the winner of this year's event.
Oche legend Bobby George rolled back the years with a stunning performance to reach the last 16 of the Winmau World Masters in Bridlington.
The oche star has taken time off the circuit to take in the big fight tonight and said: "The O2 has been a good place for Gary so hopefully it will be again.
To combat the symptoms of dartitis, Webster had been studying a documentary of Eric Bristow explaining how he beat the most feared disease on the oche.
MERVYN KING'S latest injury setback cost him dear in Blackpool and back on the oche just a few days later he's well worth taking on against Co Stompe, writes Steve Davies.
And while her skills at the oche brought her success, her swindle raked in pounds 16,000 in incapacity payouts.
To express an interest in facing the World No 6 on the oche, contact exhibition organiser Glen Durrant on 07954 693622.