It can already be seen that the most prestigious series of darts in Hungary, the 2022 season of the Dreher Steel Individual National Championship, will be a fight for equal strength, with a very high chance of winning the title. This is borne out by the fact that the second round after the first was won by someone who was a “first baller” who had never won such a competition before: Papp Rajmund, who is now playing in Vecsés, remained unbeaten.
|Rajmund Papp (second from left) won a brilliant victory in the second round of the national championship (Photos: Hungarian Darts Association)|
Once again, a large number of entries came to the Dreher steel individual national championship round, which was the second this year: 225 male and 33 female competitors submitted their entries. These figures are worth comparing with those recorded during the second round of the previous championship: at that time, 207 of the men and 16 of the ladies had a rising trend, so the weaker one is not worth strengthening. The all-day match dumping ended with the men’s finals just before 9pm, meaning considering the start at 10am, the best had to stand in front of the boards for almost 11 hours, which is already a significant load, a sporting performance. The participants of the final match during the seventh day, József Rucska 73, Papp Rajmund He played 79 games during the round.
They played the last game of the game day, at a high standard, above any 80’s average.
And finally Papp Rajmund could be happy. Together with his father, he was very happy to win his first adult championship round, which may be a milestone in his young darts career, which was born in Gyula and was a member of the Békéscsaba Darts Sports Association. He made it to the finals twice in the previous two-year 2020-2021 season due to the pandemic, but there he remained in the battle against Patrick Kovács, first smoothly and then for the third time, and for the third time he did not lose the victory. The routine József Rucska, who played at the Honvéd sports field at home, was injured, but after the final he also had something to celebrate: that he took the lead in the championship points race, so he will be in the next championship round, which is due on April 23rd. the first highlighted.
|The top four winners of the women’s field: Alexandra Bogár, Annamária Ölei, Tamara Kovács and Antónia Sorger|
There was no repetition in the women’s field either, the winner of the first round, Nóra Erdei, failed to shake it, although she is closer to him than the men Kámán Lehel, who demands to bid farewell to the semi-finals by Péter Strbik. The yellow Phoenix DSE champion defender, on the other hand, was only out in the finals, just because he got out bad (2/28) because he outperformed his opponent in terms of weight. Just because Kills Annamaria he deservedly won, as in this game the winner is the one who throws the exit at the very end. He threw it seven times.
DREHER STEEL INDIVIDUAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP, ROUND 2, BUDAPEST
Men. Quarterfinal: András Borbély (Pápai Holdkő DC, 7th highlighted, 79.5) –Patrick Kovács (Honvéd Auróra SE, 2nd, 87.6) 7–5, Rucska József (Honvéd Auróra SE, 4th, 75.38) –Jehirszki György (Tököli DK, 5)., 74.63) 7–5, Papp Rajmund (Vecsési SE, 14, 83.2) –Péter Gévai (Malom DSE, 72.1) 7–1, Péter Strbik (Sport DC , 78.2) – Olence Bence (DEAC, 77.5) 7–5. Semifinal: Rucska (79.18) –Strbik (74.05) 9–3, Papp (82.98) –Barbély (79.45) 9–5. Finals: Papp (80.71) –Rucska (80.98) 11–9. Points competition standings: 1. Rucska 116, 2. Kámán Lehel (Szombathely DCSE) and Papp 104-104, 4. Kovács P. 100, 5. Borbély 88, 6. Jehirszki 72, 7. Vida Mihály (Hírös Hunok DC) Strbik 60, 8. and Gévai 52-52
Women. Quarterfinal: Nóra Erdei (Phoenix DSE, 1.) – Alexandra Bogár (DVTK) 6–2, Tamara Kovács (Owls of Szolnok, 2.) – Erzsébet Puskás (Vecsési SE) 6–4, Annamária Ölei (Győr DC, 3.) – Krisztina Turai (Owls of Szolnok DC) 6–0, Antónia Sorger (Érd-EL SE) –Edit Mészáros (Golden Bulls DSE) 6–3. Semifinal: Erdei – Sorger 6–3, Ölei – Kovács T. 6–4. Finals: Ölei (56.88) –Erdei (56.60) 7–2. Points competition standings: 1. Erdei 72, 2. Ölei 66, 3. Kovács T. 58, 4. Csombok Krisztina (Smile DC) 38, 5. Bogár 36, 6. Cserpes Ágnes (Újpalotai KDC), Puskás, Tihanyi Nikolett (Phoenix DSE) Tours 30-30