Darts association results

After a slow start to the season, the Cutting Edge Dragons roared back to form with a 26-7 win over Qualicum Legion 76 Flyers.

After a slow start to the season, the Cutting Edge Dragons roared back to form with a 26-7 win over Qualicum Legion 76 Flyers. Steve Collins and Sean Wallington both had five wins each from five starts with Sean Wallington also adding Men’s High Check-out so far this season with a finish of 115. Lynda and Frans Beijk both added four wins from five games for the Dragons. Pat Spinks hit a high score of 127 for the Flyers.

Oceanside Eagles moved up in the league standings after a 21-12 win at Legion 49 Arrows. Barry Hendrickson, Larry Fuller, Mike Jacobs, and Ken Hayes all won four out of five games for the visiting Eagles. Roger Schiller was top shooter for the Arrows as he won four out of five games.

Straight Arrows overcame the Eagle Shooters at home by a margin of 18-15. Sonja Twamley led the way for the Arrows with five wins from six games. Don McIlhargey added four wins from six games and Lisa Clair hit a score of 133 twice for the Straight Arrows. Lorraine Hopps, Dale Simpson, and Viviane Papineau all won three out of six games for the Eagle Shooters.

Legion 49 Bristle Bashers visited the Short Sighted Crew and came away with a 20-13 win. Tedd Ducker won five out of six and Alan Paterson won four out of six games for the visitors. Don Punter and John Eyre both won four out of six starts for the home team.

— Submitted by Mike Driscoll


League standings as of Oct. 16

TEAM                         PLAYED  WON    %

1. Legion 49 Bashers     165    121    73.3

2. Oceanside Eagles       132    90    68.2

3. Straight Arrows            165    84    50.9

4. Short Sighted Crew      165    84    50.9

5. Cutting Edge Dragons  132    79    59.2

6. Legion 49 Arrows         165    66    40.0

7. Eagle Shooters            165    59    35.8

8. QB Legion 76 Flyers    165    36    21.8

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