Published: 15:00, 01 May 2020
| Updated: 15:40, 01 May 2020
Peter Allen turned the tables on Carl Wilson in the second Faversham Darts Virtual Stay-at-Home charity tournament.
The Faversham Darts League are continuing to run virtual tournaments and the charity money has enabled them to purchase more supplies for the health sector.
Hand cream was purchased following their first tournament and now they have bought £253 worth of supplies to make wash bags for hospital staff and patients.
In total the league have managed to raise £600 from their countywide darts tournaments and still have money to spend for more supplies.
The league's second knock-out competition, played from homes across Kent and brought together online, saw a re-run of the original final. This time Allen came out on top against Tunbridge Wells’ Wilson.
Wilson had beaten Allen to claim the first Faversham Darts Virtual Stay-at-Home title.
An even bigger online competition took place in the second tournament, with Allen winning 10-7.
The action hasn't stopped with more tournaments being played during this week.