- n. darts A line behind which a player's front foot must be placed when throwing a dart.
“Taylor's supremacy at the oche is a case in point.”
“For all that darting missionaries preach the gospel of the oche overseas, this country still reigns supreme on the dartboard.”
“In the second of our club-by-club Premier League previews, Aston Villa step up to the oche, as superstitious Wolves and Wigan fans notice a pattern emerging and realise their turn is on Friday 13th.”
“But since the Tories have divested themselves of much of their Thatcher-era baggage, perhaps modern Dave needs to find a new hero of the oche?”
“He has already won his first-round match, at London's Alexandra Palace last Thursday, and he will be back on the oche next Monday, as the tournament swings into serious action.”
“But if those idiots take away even 50% if the delegates, I will not support the DNC in November. stephen oche”
“I didn't like the way he was walking straight down the oche.”
“In the women's final at the home of the sponsors, queen of the oche Dee Bateman made it a magnificent seven titles in a row by beating former winner Carol McCormack.”
“And this year was made all the more special as he and wife Joanne - herself a familiar figure on the oche - are celebrating the birth of daughter Grace six weeks ago, the silverware proving the perfect present to take home to baby.”
“Tinchy proved himself the worst darts player to ever step up to the Bizarre oche as he made a hole in my office wall after his Session.”
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