Bristle Bashers hold lead

Another week of darts is in the books for the District 69 Darts Association.

Another week of darts is in the books for the District 69 Darts Association and the Legion 49 Bristle Bashers are still holding on to their lead over the rest of the teams.

The Cutting Edge Dragons aren’t too far behind, as just nine wins separate the first and second place teams.

The Branch 49 Dart Riders join the Bristle Bashers and Cutting Edge Dragons as the three teams in the league with over 300 wins.

For more information on the District 69 Darts association and a look at more statistics, check out their website at www.district69darts.com

Team Wins

Legion 49 Bristle Bashers 345

Cutting Edge Dragons      336

Branch 49 Dart Riders     310

Short Sighted Crew          277

Rocking Horse Oche-holics 256

QF Straight Arrows          229

Legion Arrows                 220

Branch 76 Shooters        131

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