Dragons slay Shooters

A lot of close games in local darts league action this week

The Cutting Edge Dragons and Branch 76 Shooters went toe to toe and the Dragons came out ahead with 26 wins in 33 games.

The Dragons’ Ken Hayes and Frans Beijk won all of their matches. Beijk also takes top honours as men’s high scorer for the year, throwing a 174 en route. Lorraine Hopps, of the Shooters, had the ladies high score with 138.

There were lots of close games between the Branch 49 Dart Riders and the Rocking Horse Oche-holics, but the Riders that came away with the 19-14 win.

The match between the Rider Lloyd Ausland and the Oche-holic Chad Trouton saw Ausland lead with a perfect score of 180 and Trouton finishing the match with the men’s high out at 104.

The Legion 49 Bristle Bashers kept their lead in the standings with a 26-7 win over the QF Straight Arrows. Both teams showed their stuff by hitting countless 140’s and the Bashers’ Dustin Fee threw five for five and Don Enockson topped the men’s high out with a 119.

Check www.district69darts.com for more.

Team Wins

Legion 49 Bristle Bashers  371Cutting Edge Dragons       362Branch 49 Dart Riders       327Short Sighted Crew           301Rocking Horse Oche-holics  270Legion Arrows                   241QF Straight Arrows           236Branch 76 Shooters         138

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