Darts league standings

District 69 Darts league is back in action after the holidays

Action has resumed for the District 69 Darts league after a break for the Christmas holidays.

Before the break, the league held their turkey shoot, which saw Chad Trouton and Sonja Twamley winning all but one of their matches, earning a turkey each for their efforts.

The Bristle Bashers went in to the break sitting in first place.

The Bristle Bashers beat the Rocking Horse Oche-Holics 26-7 in their final match before the break.

The Oche-holics Chad Trouton scored a perfect score (180) while the Bashers Don Enockson, Tedd Ducker and Ian Hall had the high scores for their team.

John Eyre of the Short Sighted Crew topped the men’s weekly high scoreboard with a score of 174, as his team narrowly beat the Branch 49 Dart Riders with a 17-16 final.

The Branch 76 Shooters hosted the Legion Arrows, losing out to the Arrows with a final of 26-7.

Roger Schiller, who was five for five in his games and also shot a score of 140, led the Arrows.

The Shooters Dale Simpson threw a score of 140 as well.

For a complete list of the league’s details, visit district69darts.com

 

 

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