Darts action in Parksville

After nine weeks of play the Parksville Legion Bristle Bashers lead the District 69 Dart Association with 163 games won.

After nine weeks of play the Parksville Legion Bristle Bashers lead the District 69 Dart Association with 163 games won. Followed closely are the Allwood Finishers with 157 and the Qualicum Legion Short Sighted Crew with 147.

John Eyre, who is currently on a 14-game win streak, has cemented his spot as the top player in the league with an impressive record of 38 wins and four loses.

Lloyd Ausland, 32-10, of the Parksville Legion Shooters and Chad Trouton, 30-11, round out the top three. Stu Dunn hit the high mark for the week with 140.

The highest of the week was 103 from Dustin Fee. League action continues on November 17.

— With files from District 69 Darts Association

Results from week nine:

Eagles Hall Straight Arrows: 20 — Allwood Finishers: 13

Parksville Legion Bristle Bashers: 22 — Parksville Legion Shooters: 11

Qualicum Legion Short Sighted Crew: 19 — Harris GM Hot Rodz: 14

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