You can't beat a bit of Bully! Attendees at last night's Professional Adviser Awards were invited to take part in a mini darts tournament, with the winner promised his score in cash. But who won?
We calculated that more than 100 people took part in the Legg Mason-sponsored event - with mixed results (see below).
Participants were handed six darts. Our unique tournament format permitted throwers to take back their first dart if they were unhappy with it. Most did - having missed the board entirely!
So, who won? Below we list some of the night's best scores (and throwers), plus some of the worst. The winning individual, and his score, is named at the bottom.
Before casting your eyes over these scores, remember: six darts means a maximum score of 360. Enjoy, and thank you to all of those who took part. We'll see you next year.
Gary Wheeler (FE) 128
Nick Paler (Investment Week) 127
Darren Sadler (Close Brothers) 123
Jim Croker (Prudential) 120 (six darts, six 20s)
Adam Byford (Capita) 118
Darren Weeks (Serenity Financial Planning) 114
Nick Cann (IFP) 115
Nigel Smith (M&G) 113
Jonathan Rocchi (FE) 111
Dominick Peasley (Ashmore) 106
Danny McFarlane (The Cameron James Partnership) 104
Henry Wilkes (Investag Savills) 103
...and the lows (sorry guys)
Mark Richings (HJP Independent) 10
Catherine Pinner (M&G) 16
Mark Thompson (intelliflo) 22
But who won?
Andrew Snowball, of Seven Investment Management...
...second top-scored with 147. So close Andrew.
So, the winner was... Simon Watts of Scottish Widows, who scored 153.
Simon wins the life-changing sum of £153 cash for his efforts. We'll be in touch Simon...
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