Darts: battle of the PV Legion

In the match between the two Legion 49 teams, the Bristle Brothers bashed the Arrows 28-5.

In the match between the two Legion 49 teams, the Bristle Brothers bashed the Arrows 28-5.

In Sept. 24 results, the home side was led by Noella Ross with six wins from six games and also the season’s first perfect score of 180.

Mike Driscoll also won six of six and hit a high score of 140.

Tedd Ducket added five wins from his six games, while Ian Hall and Alan Paterson both chipped in with four each.

Roger Schiller won four of his six games for the Arrows.

The Cutting Edge Dragons roared back to form after losing the week before with a 20-13 win over he Eagle Shooters.

Frans Beijk and Scan Wallington led the Dragons with five wins. Dale Simson and Brernie Lewis both won four of five games for the Eagle Shooters.

The Straight Arrows visited Short Sighted Crew and came away with a 19-14 win Don McIlhargey, Sonja Twamley and Pat Thompson all recorded four wins from six games. Twamley hit a 64 check-out for the Arrows while the Short Sighted Crew’s John Eyre went five-for-five to keep his unbeaten streak alive.

The Legion 76 Flyers were unable to field a team and forfeited their match against the Oceanside Eagles.

— Submitted by Mike Driscoll

STANDINGS                               P      IV      L     %

1. Legion 49 Bristle Bashers       66     53     13    80

2. Oceanside Eagles                   66     43     23    65

3. Cutting Edge Dragons             66     35     31    53

4. Straight Arrows                        66     34     32    52

5. Short Sighted Crew                 66     33     33    50

6. Eagle Shooters                        66     27     39    41

7. Legion 49 Arrows                     66     23     43    35

8. Qualicum Legion Flyers           66      8      58    12

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