Dragons burn Bashers

Cutting Edge Dragons take regular season by one game

Things got really close at the top of the leaderboard as the final week of District 69 Darts action came to a close.

The Cutting Edge Dragons held on to the top spot in the league with a slim one game margin over the second place Legion 49 Bristle Bashers with 449 wins to 448.

The Bristle Bashers and Cutting Edge Dragons battled it out on the final night of the season, with the Dragons coming away 19-14 winners. Ken Hayes, of the Cutting Edge Dragons, had multiple scores of 140 to go along with Steve Collins and Frans Beijk winning four out of six  games, helped lead the way for the Dragon’s win. Top Basher was Dustin Fee, who not only won four out of five but also had the top score for his team, 130, as well.

The league final round robin games will be played March 17, with Division A at the Parksville Legion and Division B at the Qualicum Legion. For more check www.district69darts.com.

 

Team (out of 693 games)  Wins

Cutting Edge Dragons          449

Legion 49 Bristle Bashers    448

Branch 49 Dart Riders         404

Short Sighted Crew             355

Rocking Horse Oche-holics    336

Legion Arrows                     309

QF Straight Arrows             297

Branch 76 Shooters           175

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