Allwood Finishers shine on top of local darts league

For the third week in a row, the Allwood Finishers hold first place followed by Cascadia Bristle Bashers and a tie for third are Parksville Legion Shooters and the Qualicum Legion Bulls Hitters.

Larry MacDonald of the Parksville Legion Shooters, and Tedd Ducker of the newly formed Eagles Hall Eagle Eyes, both shot a perfect score, bringing their totals of 180 this season to three.

High score for the men was 165 thrown by Don Punter of the Qualicum Legion Short Sighted Crew. Men’s high check out was 104 by Bristle Basher’s Terry Strawson.

The ladies high score of 140 was shot by Parksville Legion Shooter’s Viviane Papineau while the high out for the ladies, 64, was achieved by Eagles Hall Eagle Eyes’ Toni Crompton.

If you are interested in playing darts the league would like to invite new players of all skill levels to join on a team or as a spare.

You can contact Ruth Kovacs at 250-240-0586, Arless McNeill at 250-248-2507 or Allan Barry at 250-594-0501 for more information.

Check the league out at or on Facebook.


TeamTotal Points

Allwood Finishers75

Cascadia Bristle Bashers72

PV Legion Shooters58

QB Legion Bulls Hitters58

QB Legion Short Sighted Crew56

PV Legion Warriors43

Eagles Hall Eagle Eyes36

PV Legion X-Men32

QB Legion B-Sharps29

Eagles Straight Arrows25

Toolshed Triples11

— NEWS Staff, submitted

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