Bulls Hitters take Triples to the toolshed

Parksville Legions squads roll in District 69 Darts play

Rested up after a week off, the Express Custom Bulls Hitters doubled out 24 games against the Toolshed Triples in District 69 Darts League action.

Leading the Bulls Hitters for wins was Bernie Brockway, who went 5-for-5. Following closely behind were Peter Spinks, Ray Jones, and Angie Kienas, who each won four matches.

High scorers for the Bulls Hitters were Alan Farmer and Brockway, each with a score of 100. Doug White topped the Triples with a 119. Jim Hood, Wendy Haines and Alan Barry each won two of their matches.

The Parksville Legion Straight Arrows toned down the Qualicum Legion B-Sharps 21-12. Leading the Arrows were five-game winners Stu Dunn and Eric Landstrom, and Don McIlhargey added four wins. High scorer for the Arrows was Mike McNulty with a 140, while McIlhargey shot a 125 and 122. Arless McNeill led the B-Sharps with three wins. New league spare Lee Page topped the scoresheet with two 140s and three 100s and won 50 per cent of his matches for the B-Sharps.

The Legion Shooters stopped the Warriors 21-12 at the Parksville Legion. Top wins for the Shooters were Lorraine Hopps, Tom Ford and Jim Fraser — all winning four of five matches played.

Top scorer for the Shooters was Ford with 140, 131 and 100; Lloyd Ausland shot a 140 as well, but Hopps was on fire with 100×4, 109, 120 and a 90 checkout. The Warriors fought hard, led by Dale Simpson and Ruth Kovacs, who each won three matches. Ron Hession topped the scores with a 121, and Kovacs posted a high score of 115.

The Cascadian Bristle Bashers bashed the Allwood Finishers 23-10 at Sunset Lanes.

The full Basher team filled the bar room and the doubles beds, with Dustin Fee coming out as the top winner going 4-for-4. Tedd Ducker, Noella Hopps, Terry Strawson, Don Enocksen and Mike Driscoll all won three matches. Top scorer for the Bashers was Richard Rempel with a 140, 125 and 100×3. Driscoll shot a 134, 132 and 125. Ducker shot a 140 and five 100s.

— Submitted by Jolene Swanson

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