Tony Jessop Trophy – Roll of Honour

Darts history is made at the turn of the year at Carisbrooke when a new club champion is crowned at the end of two months of nail-biting tungsten tussles.

It spans November, December and January, ending around the same time as the big PDC world championship.

The championship is named in honour of Carisbrooke darts stalwarts Paul and Matt Jessop’s late father, Tony, who was a keen arrowsman.

The Tony Jessop Trophy

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Silverware…the vaunted Tony Jessop Trophy

Roll of Honour

Year / Champion / Runner-up / Score

2018/19 – James ‘Penndog’ Penn beat Dan ‘Pezza’ Perry – 10-5

2017/18 – Matt ‘The Northern Monkey’ Needham beat Bobby ‘The Underdog’ Brooke – 10-8

2016/17 – Bobby ‘The Underdog’ Brooke beat Paul ‘The Tower’ Jessop – 10 -6

2015/16 – Eden ‘Are Miles’ Moe (3) beat Bobby ‘The Underdog’ Brooke – 10-8

2014/15 – Eden ‘Air Miles’ Moe (2) beat Paul ‘The Tower’ Jessop – 10-2

2013/14 – Eden ‘Air Miles’ Moe beat Paul ‘The Tower’ Jessop – 10-9

The 2018/19 champion James Penn, front, centre, holding the trophy aloft with runner-up Dan Perry

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Carousers at the 2017 final after Bobby ‘The Underdog’ Brooke defeated Paul ‘The Tower’ Jessop

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Three-time champ Eden ‘Air Miles’ Moe, right, with the Tony Jessop Trophy and 2015/16 runner-up Bobby Brooke

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Fans and players after the 2018 final of the Tony Jessop Trophy

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Master of ceremonies Andy ‘Bellows’ Bayford at the final of the 2018 Tony Jessop Trophy

 

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