D69 Darts League action

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

Another week is in the books for the District 69 Darts Association. Men’s high scorers for the week were Louis Schaaf (140), Larry Fuller (140), Ernie Berrow (140) and league spare Gerry James hit a 129 on his first night out.

Branch 49 Dart Riders’ Karen Banniston scored a 133, followed by the Branch 76 Shooters Jackie Anderson with a 131.

President Shirley Ewert shot a 124 and Lorraine Hopps, also from the Branch 76 Shooters, hit a mark of 120.

Ruth Kovacs had another good week, closing the women’s ranks with a 119.

For complete stats and information visit www.district69darts.com

Games    Wins    %

Legion 49 Bristle Bashers    198    137    69

Cutting Edge Dragons        198    126    64

Branch 49 Dart Riders        198    126    64

Rocking Horse Ocheholics    231    111    48

QF Straight Arrows        231    109    47

Shirt Sighted Crew        198    102    52

Legion Arrows            231    91    39

Branch 76 Shooters        231    59    26

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