RUSS Farmer held his nerve in the last game of the Braintree Open Darts League Division One Knockout Cup final to deliver the title to Swiss Bell.

The Bell were facing the Retreat in the final and opened a 4-2 advantage after the opening two games in the best of 21 leg match.

Andy Camp's 3-0 win put the Retreat ahead, but the next three games finished 2-1 in the Swiss Bell's favour to leave the match outcome resting on the final game.

Retreat's Dave Benfield was against Farmer, but the Swiss Bell player triumphed 2-1 to claim the trophy.

The Division Two Knockout Cup final was contested by Cressing B and Wethersfield Raiders.

Raiders powered into an early lead thanks to 2-1 wins for Ernie Holden, James Cropton and Brendan Hand, but Cressing came back with a 2-1 win for Harry Smith and a 3-0 win for Paul Baker.

Phil Hulme chalked up a 3-0 win in the sixth game to put the Raiders just one leg away from victory and that was sewn up by a 2-1 win for Andi Thomas in the final game.

Meanwhile, the Plate semi-finals were also played and it will be Wethersfield Club who line up against Notley Sports in the final.

Wethersfield Club beat Horse and Groom in their semi-final thanks to wins for Tash Whitfield, Billy Knight-Wood, Steve Sheldrake, Kevin Taylor and Emma Totman.

Notley Sports booked their place as wins for Graham Chinnery, Stewart Thorogood and Jon Islip saw them edge past Braintree Football Club into the final.

Two 180s were recorded with both being hit by Wethersfield Club's Taylor.