Kumudzi Eco Central Region Darts League (CRDL) has gathered momentum in the second-round.
The games took place at C2K Pub in Area 47 in Lilongwe over the weekend.
During the games, C2K Lions defeated KB Snippers 22-14 whereas Centurion registered an emphatic 30-6 victory over Bunda.
Lions also beat Engines 22-14 whereas Snippers defeated C2K Crocs 32-4.
Lions lead the chart with 27 points from 10 games followed by Snippers and Engines on second and third places with 24 and 21 points, respectively.
But Snippers have played eight games whereas Engines have played 10 games.
KCN are bottom with no point from 10 games whereas Blue Eagles are second from bottom with three points after playing eight games.
CRDL Vice- Chairperson, James Sangala (not the former footballer), said the second-round promises to be exciting.
“As a league, we are satisfied with the talent on display because there are more good players taking part in the competition. The players are committed and the competition is stiff. On top of that, there is more at stake,” Sangala said.
Darts Association of Malawi (Dam) Chairperson, Joe Zangazanga, said the future of the sport was bright in the country.
Kumudzi Eco Centre sponsors the league to the tune of K1million.
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