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Fun Shoot Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Thursday, 03 January 2019 11:12

January 8th, 2019


Parksville Legion

$2.00 Entry Fee

Registration 6:30pm

Last Updated on Friday, 04 January 2019 12:23
New Year Startup Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Monday, 31 December 2018 05:32

Regular season play begins again January 15, 2019

Apologies for any confusion...I miss darts so much I'm a week ahead of myself! Laughing

Last Updated on Monday, 31 December 2018 05:46
Turkey Shoot 2018 Results Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Monday, 17 December 2018 12:14

Saturday's Turkey Shoot at the Qualicum Legion was well attended, 14 teams battled for the TWELVE turkeys to be won.

First Place: Kelly Kovacs and Fish Trouton

Second Place: Steve Collins and Sue Foster

Third Place: Tedd Ducker and Steve Stewart

Fourth Place: Larry Fuller and Viviane Papineau

Men's High Score: Tedd Ducker - 140

Men's High Out: Tedd Ducker - 93

Ladies High Score: Noella Ross - 120

Ladies High Out: Sue Foster - 64

Snowball of $67.50 was won by Steve Collins.

Thanks to everyone who attended, as well as the District 69 Dart Association Executive for all their work, organizing, shopping and gathering door prizes.

Last Updated on Monday, 17 December 2018 12:26
Week 13 Darts 2018 Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Wednesday, 19 December 2018 13:09

The Qualicum Legion B-Sharps played their final home game before the Christmas break against the Cascadia Bristle Bashers, with the Bashers taking it away with 28 wins to the B-Sharps’ 5 wins. Winning all their matches of the night, Richard Rempel, Tedd Ducker, Noella Ross and Captain Mike Driscoll guaranteed the win for the night. High score for the Bristle Bashers went to Don Enockson and Richard Rempel, both shooting a 133. Leading the wins for the B-Sharps was Arless McNeill with 2 wins in 5 matches. High score went to Stan Foster with a 140.


The Eagles Hall hosted the Tool Shed Triples as home team against the Qualicum Legion Short Sighted Crew. The six-person Crew out-doubled the Triples 21-12. Leading the wins for the Crew with five for five, was Peter Bisiker. High score was 140 – achieved by Peter not once, but twice, and once by Ron Stanley. The Tool Shed’s Alan Barry and Mike McNulty each won 3 of their 6 matches and top score went to Mike McNulty with a 140, 135 and 101 all in the same game!


The Eagles Hall’s lone home team, the Straight Arrows, hosted the Parksville Legion Bulls Hitters.  It was a close game to the very last set, when the Straight Arrows rallied and came out ahead of the Bulls Hitters by one point – final score 17 to 16 for the Arrows. The Straight Arrows double out champ of the night was Don McIlhargey with four of six matches in his favour. High score went to newcomer/spare, Thomas Connelly with a 122. Leading the Hitters wins for the night was Alan Farmer, with four of five wins to his credit. Bernie Brockway and Ray Jones each shot a 140, but most consistent high scores went to Angie Kienas with a 123, 122, 119, 112 and a 100.


Parksville Legion was busy Tuesday night, with the home team – X-Men hosting the Qualicum Beach Warriors. Great night of darts, lots of close games, but the Warriors out-doubled the X-Men in the end with 19 wins against 14 wins. Five wins in six matches went to both Larry McDonald and Fish Trouton. High score went to Kelly Kovacs with a 141 – putting him on the leader board for the second week in a row. Dale Parker and Glen Dilworth each won 3 of their 5 matches. Pony Moore just missed a perfect score with a 160 – putting him on the leader board for the first time.


Also at the Parksville Legion, the Legion Shooters met with the Allwood Finishers for a night of well-played games. Close matches all night resulted in a 19 to 14 win for the Shooters. Back from surgery and ready to play, Captain Lloyd Ausland, set the standard four wins for five games played. Rising to the challenge, Pat Bannister also won four of his five matches, as well as shooting a 134 for top score for the Shooters. Tied for top wins, the Allwood Finisher’s Larry Fuller and Captain Jolene Swanson each won three of their five games. Larry Fuller hit the elusive 177 in his match against Tom Ford, but failed to hit the double-out in the match. “Triples for show, doubles for dough” as the famous Bobby George once said, right Larry?


Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 December 2018 13:41
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