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Darts stars return to Studley

By Jamie Arrowsmith 08/05 Updated: 10/05 17:13

Buy photos » Terry Jenkins and Andy Smith will battle it out once more for the Studley Cricket Club Cup. (s)

ANOTHER excellent evening's entertainment is in prospect when Terry Jenkins returns to Studley to take on his great friend Andy Smith as part of an exhibition night at the village cricket club.

The event on Thursday, June 28 (7.30pm) will see Studley darts star and world number 20 Smith, aka the Pieman, bid to win the Studley Cricket Club Cup when he faces the world number ten from Ledbury, aka The Bull.

This will be the second time the pair have met at Studley, having faced each other in July last year when the exhibition was arranged for the first time by Studley CC social secretary Les Smith.

On that occasion Jenkins was a 10-7 victor, so come down and see if Smith can earn revenge in 2012.

Of course the night is all about the fans and some names have already been taken to challenge the stars, but there is room for more so when you buy your ticket please ask Les to see if you can get on the oche in the function room too.

The darts favourites will also be telling stories about their careers as well as entertaining fans with exhibition-style darts, so if you are a fan of the arrows be sure not to miss out on an action-packed night which will also provide the chance to purchase official merchandise.

Tickets cost £10 and include a buffet and are available by visiting Studley Cricket Club or calling 01527 853668.

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