The veterans and new players were focused and knew they were in for a fight. In the end, they prevailed 13-5 and successfully defended the oldest Challenge Cup in American history, which traces it's roots back to 1981. Sandy was joined by Kim Carpenter, Nicole Roehr, Candra Archbold, Teresa Cepek, Tia and Haley Rogers. In was the second match for this group who has already built some great chemistry and posted some impressive results.
The Wilmington team, captained by fellow K-Girl Candi Ellis also found challenges on the road on the trip up and back after having a tire blow out on their way home but eventually made it home safely. Still, it was a good day for darts and both teams enjoyed the food, fun and friendship of the day.
Sandy's is blessed to have some great sponsor's and amazing products on her side. Winmau, L - Style Global, Flying Bull Darts and Dutchman Darts always show such strong support for her. She will be back in action in a couple of weeks and the Cherry Bomb International in Deerfield Beach, FL and will be playing in the America's Cup next month in Trinidad and Tobago where she once again has the honor of representing America.