MODOKAI Dheka wins Harare Grand Prix Open Darts Tournament

Chairman of the Harare Darts Association MODOKAI Dheka won the title of Harare Grand Prix Open Darts Tournament

Representative image of MODOKAI Dheka won Harare Grand Prix Open Darts Tournament
Representative image of MODOKAI Dheka won Harare Grand Prix Open Darts Tournament

Zimbabwe: Chairman of the Harare Darts Association – MODOKAI Dheka has won the title of Harare Grand Prix Open Darts Tournament. The final match was held on Tuesday, Feb 13, 2024 at Ligi Restaurant.

In the tournament, Dheka beat Collen Mukucha. Dheka has won the dart tournament for the second consecutive year. The tournament was open for competitors from all the nine affiliated provinces of the National Darts Association of Zimbabwe, which attracted a diverse field of 64 talented players.

Out of 64 dart players only Dheka and Mukucha managed to carve reach to the final showdown. Dheka showed his impeccable dart skills throughout the tournament with consistency and unwavering focus which was rewarded with his victory.

Both the players left no stone unturned and the atmosphere at the Ligi Restaurant was a spectator that eagerly witnessed the game.

Reportedly, Mukucha recorded the most scores 180s by hitting seven times in the tournament and displayed his skills. The highest score was 124, which was hit by Dube.

While, Dheka’s experience and tactical acumen proved his hard-work by securing the first position in the championship.

MODOKAI Dheka won Harare Grand Prix Open Darts Tournament
MODOKAI Dheka won Harare Grand Prix Open Darts Tournament

As per the sources, MODOKAI Dheka was recognised with a cash prize of $50. He was also offered a food hamper, a floating trophy and a gold medal.

Whereas, despite his valiant efforts, Collen Mukucha secured the second position and was rewarded with $30 and a silver medal.

Another player, Kudakwashe Tore from Harare, was positioned third in the tournament. Tore was the Secretary General of Harare Darts Association. He was rewarded with US $20 hamper and a bronze medal. Bongani Dube of Gwanda was placed fourth.

Upon is victory, Dheka made a statement that he was very happy with the win and the competition was very tough but he was glad that he managed to win.

Dheka said, “There was a lot of competition but I managed to go all the way to the final and win. I have been working hard through practising and I hope we have many of these tournaments in the future.”