Stephen Harron won his first Leo Molloy title after a great display in the final against 2014 winner Charlie Grant.
A runner up in 2017, the Ballintra man produced some great darts and he had to with the fantastic standard of darts on every board on the day.
76 players entered which was a terrific turnout and a fitting tribute to Leo himself, who did so much in the area until his untimely passing in 1999.
Stephen also had the highest checkout of the day with a 141.
Defending champion Sean McGowan was defeated by 2012 and 2016 champion John Meencha who came from 3-0 and 4-1 down to beat the Sligo man to reach the semi-final.
The other losing semi-finalist, Owen Carr, also had some notable results defeating previous winners Liam Gallagher and Gerard McGlynn. Next year a shield tournament will be run for first round losers which will add to the overall occasion.
The event was sponsored by Heineken Ireland, The Sim Clinic, Kilcar Cabs, Carrick Meats, Fusion Bistro, tuna.ie and Dineen Aviation.
Stephen Harron 4 Kenneth Kennedy 1
James Clancy 4 Andrew Gillespie 3
John Meencha 4 John Flood 1
Sean McGowan 4 Josh Simms 1
Charlie Grant 4 Colin Doherty 0
Alan Hegarty 4 Cartha Boyle 3
Owen Carr 4 Gerard McGlynn 3
Liam Gallagher 4 Declan Quinn 1
Stephen Harron 5 James Clancy 3
John Meencha 5 Sean McGowan 4
Charlie Grant 5 Alan Hegarty 3
Owen Carr 5 Liam Gallagher 3
Stephen Harron 5 John Meencha 4
Charlie Grant 5 Owen Carr 0
Stephen Harron 6 Charlie Grant 4
The 2022 Norman Blain Darts Singles Tournament takes place in Roartys and Glenhead Bars, Glencolmcille this Saturday starting at 4pm sharp, registrations taken up until 2:30pm. Cup and Shield tournament with eight boards in play, €2,000 in prizes. Contact: Roartys: 074 9730273, Glenhead 074 9730008, Norman 0044 7895 619512 or Michael 087 2071967 to enter. All welcome