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Friday 6 May 2022 | Written by Supplied | Published in Sports

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Two new darts rounds soon
(File photo) Members of Charlies Eke Darts Club, Cook Islands Downs Syndrome and Autism Cook Islands enjoy an afternoon together at Charlie’s cafe. 21121046.

The Darts Cook Islands Association is holding another two rounds starting on Tuesday, May 17.

This will mean that new clubs which have been wanting to be part of the previous tournaments can now join.

Registrations for new clubs is open at a cost of $50 and will close on Monday, May 9.

Since the Cook Island Games in 2020, darts have become a major sport not only in Rarotonga, but also in the Pa Enua.

Since the DCI Association began its tournament in August last year, eight clubs have been formed and over 200 players have registered.

Those interested in being part of this new tournament should contact the president of the DCI Association, Kopurei Anguna on mob 77592
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