OCHE


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OCHEOffice of the Commissioner of Higher Education
OCHEOffice of Consumer Health Education (New Jersey)
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There will be three boards in operation in the concert room of the club with the first players taking the oches at 7.30pm and one partnership looking to make an impact will be the eagled-eyed Stockingford SS twosome of Brian Taylor and Dave Hughes, the reigning champions.
Neighbours Chapel End Social also had cause to thank their throwers after a similar 10-7 victory at Stockingford SS where a 5-2 decision at the oche was complimented with a 3-2 win at the old game.
In the remaining encounter, Bedworth United Social Club played hosts to Bedworth Ex-Service and lost out 6-2 with the latter securing 4-1 decisions at both old game and 5s&3s while the soccer girls edged put their visitors 3-2 at the oche.
Stepping regally up to the oche will be Princess Diana, the self-styled Queen of Darts, and her commoner than ever sister-in-law Fergie.
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.
PLAYERS will step up to the oche this Sunday for the opening event in the Whitley Bay Darts Championship 2010.
Players interested in toeing the oche can get in touch with organiser Graham Cotson on 07767 453850..
This year's PDC World Championship reaches its conclusion tonight with the best-of-13-sets final at Alexandra Palace in London, as the finalists take to the oche in the hope of winning the prestigious title and the pounds 125,000 winner's cheque.
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.