Bristle Bashers still bashing

Darts league play takes a break today for Remembrance Day

One third through the season and the Bristle Bashers still have the overall lead in the District 69 Darts Association.

Dustin Fee ensured the Bristle Bashers stay at the top by winning all five of his games against the Legion Arrows. The Legion Arrow ladies were tops in the weekly high score with Anita Hopps coming in at 125 and Ruth Kovacs with a score of 109 and her third week in a row in the high score.

Short Sighted Crew’s Don Punter finished 100 percent of his six games against the Branch 76 Shooters. Ernie Berrow, also of the Short Sighted Crew, took top honours for the men in the high score with a huge 165.

League play is suspended November 11 for Remembrance Day, with regular play resuming on November 18.

For all the District 69 Dart Associations statistics, schedule and general information visit www.district69darts.com.

Results Wins %

Legion 49 Bristle Bashers    164    71

Cutting Edge Dragons        126    64

Branch 49 Dart Riders        126    64

Short Sighted Crew        128    55

QF Straight Arrows        128    48

Rocking Horse Oche-Holics    125    47

Legion Arrows            101    38

Branch 76 Shooters        67    25

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