I haven't deliberately been witholding 'Fashions of the Indoor League' from you, dear readers, it's just that they've only released one series on DVD and it was all filmed in one day so a once rich sartorial vein has now been exhausted. Let's hope for further instalments in the future.
Until then, let's pay tribute to the 1973 Indoor League Darts Champion, 27 year old Colin Minton from Easingwold. A Joiner by trade, Colin learned to play darts as a four year old child, standing on a bar stool in his Dad's pub, a bottle of pop in his hand. That's a serious jumper he's got on, and equally sturdy specs. A nice little touch is the fact that his shirt and tie, which look identically patterned at a distance, are, in fact, contrasting: the shirt has a wavy stripe; the tie a subtle paisley. Thirty nine years too late, perhaps, but congratulations, Colin, you've done Easingwold proud.