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Last season’s champions, Cutting Edge Dragons, lost to the new Legion 49 Arrows 18 to 15.

The 2013-14 darts season started Sep. 17 with last season’s champions, Cutting Edge Dragons, losing to the new Legion 49 Arrows 18 to 15. The Arrows were led by Alison Longmore with five wins out of six and Andrew Longmore and Roger Schiller both won four. Frans Beijk won four out of five for the Dragons.

Legion 49 Bristle Bashers visited the Qualicum Legion Flyers and came away with a win of 25 to eight. Noella Ross, Alan Paterson and Mike Driscoll all recorded five wins out of six. Peter Spinks won four of five for the Flyers.

The Short Sighted Crew won 19 to 14 at the Eagle Shooters with Sylvia Mantyka registering the ladies high score of 152.

The Oceanside Eagles beat the Straight Arrows 18 to 15 led by Larry Fuller with a perfect night of six wins in six and high checkout of 96. Don McIlhargey was top shooter for the Straight Arrows with four wins in five.

— Submitted by Mike Driscoll

 

Team Standings:    P    W    L

1. Legion 49 Bashers      33    25    8

2. Short Sighted Crew    33    19    14

3. Legion 49 Arrows    33    18    15

4. Oceanside Eagles    33    18    15

5. Straight Arrows    33    15    18

6. Cutting Edge Dragons  33    15    18

7. Eagle Shooters    33    14    19

8. QB Legion 76 Flyers    33    8    25

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