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Indoor League is a television series broadcast in the United Kingdom by Yorkshire Television during the 1970s.
It was hosted by England cricketer Fred Trueman who often wore a cardigan whilst smoking a pipe throughout his links. He always ended the show with the phrase, "ah'll see thee". The show featured many indoor games, the majority of which were pub games.
The show was produced by Sid Waddell, whose major success was to include a darts tournament. Darts coverage on television was in its infancy, with the News of the World Darts Championship having just begun to be broadcast on ITV. Waddell would later go on to become one of the voices of darts on television when the World Championship began in 1978.
Darts tournament winners
- 1972 Colin Minton (beat Charles Ellis)
- 1973 Tommy O'Regan (beat Alan Evans)
- 1974 Leighton Rees (beat Alan Evans)
- 1975 Conrad Daniels (beat Cliff Inglis)
- 1976 Leighton Rees (beat Charlie Ellix)
- 1977 Tony Brown (beat David Rocky Jones)