Hall Of Fame


A 'Hall of Fame' will be introduced recognising the contribution of the legends of The Paulton and Radstock Darts local leagues, for former of which has been going for over 63 years. Each season we will recognise a small number of Paulton League 'legends'. As well as a bio on the website and a momento they will be invited to attend Finals Night if possible.


RON CRAY (2012/13)

At the 2012/13 season's presentation and finals night we inducted Ron Cray as the first person in our Hall of Fame. Sadly Ron Cray passed away during the season. He was involved in running the league for many years and he continued to be Chairman of the league right up until his passing.

Ron was known in the area for being a superb supporter of all the local dart leagues. He captained many teams and made it his mission to bring through young players and give them their first chance of playing league darts. He helped young players in any he could and sponsored some of our more promising players. Ron would admit to not being the best player in the league but was always a tough opponent and more importantly played the game in the right spirit and with a smile on his face. For that reason alone it is fitting that he became our first inductee.


Mike Gregory (2013/14)

The Paulton Legend. Just see his own page to see why he is a Hall of Famer!!


Brian Wilkins (2014/15)


53 years playing in the Paulton and Radstock Darts leagues. That speaks for itself and I doubt he has missed a season!He is also our current Chairman.

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Julian Beale (2014/2015)


40 odd years playing darts in local leagues to an incredibly high standard and is still a player to fear! Former Chairman and has captained many teams down the years and has helped run many a darts tournament

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Tony Towsend (2014/15)

A another Radstock and Paulton darts legend who played with all the areas greats in many teams and played for the first ever Somerset County team. 

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Kate Hulme (2014/15)

Our youngest Hall of Famer who at youth level won everything, not just locally or Nationally but internationally. World and European Youth Champion and countless local ladies titles. Not even 30 and Kate has represented Somerset County over 100 times!

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