The pair of Jovit Cabarle and Michael Constantino ruled the Ka Rex Cayanong Darts Money In Money Out (MIMO) 001 Doubles Dart Tournament held at GKS Store, C. Lawis, Antipolo City.
The partnership of Ado Pante and Melvin Lico settled for 1st Runner-up while Teng Garcia and Dave Panganiban took home the 2nd Runner-up spot.
Cabarle, who won his third championship in Doubles (with nine championships in Singles), remains at the top of the Antipolo City Darts Power Ranking with TCP Share of 6,350 while his partner Constantino was at 12th place with 1,250.
Nap Esperas was at second place with 4,100 with two Doubles crown and one singles title.
Other players in the top 20 from 3rd place are: Jojo Salen, Albert Peñaflor, Dante Portuguez, Roy Balce, Angelo Delos Santos, Ricky Malpal, John Ong, Teddy Valenzuela, Jason Manlunas, Michael Constantino, Joel Orillana, Eladio Aceron, Jomar Olivares, Anjo Perez, Goyong Francisco, JR Latoja, Darren Berroy and Nestor Dujali.
Darts competition continues to grow in popularity not only in Antipolo but all over the Philippines. It can be played by anyone. It is easy to set up, simple to learn, has a low cost to entry and is fun to watch. As a result, darts is now played professionally in arenas packed with thousands of spectators and hundreds of thousands watching from home on live television.
The National Darts Federation of the Philippines (NDFP) governs the sport in the country. It sustains this nationwide development of darts by motivating and inspiring regional players to excel and gain national attention.