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Week 9 Results Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Tuesday, 13 November 2018 10:38

The Qualicum Legion B-Sharps hosted the Parksville Legion’s Bulls Hitters and it was a close match, until the last set, when the Bulls Hitters took all five games to win the match 19-14. Leading the Hitters with four wins, Angie Kienas also scored a 140. Alan Farmer shot a 140, Peter Spinks a 133 and Ray had a high score of 125 and an 85 check out. The B-Sharps Arless McNeill led the team by winning all 4 of his matches. Anna Daschuk and Sue Foster were victorious three out of four times at the oche. Top scorer for the home team was Betty-Anne Moffitt with 118.


Cascadia’s Bristle Bashers met the Tool Shed Triples at the Parksville Legion for a predictable outcome of 29 to 4 for the Bashers. Top scorers for the Bristle Bashers were Terry Strawson - 140, Mike Driscoll -140x2, and Steve Collins – 140. Jim Hood of the Triples won two singles matches – one with a high out of 124 – and, along with Alan Barry, took out a doubles match against Terry Strawson and Noella Ross. Mike McNulty bested Don Enockson to capture the Triples fourth win of the night.


The Allwood Finishers gathered at the Eagles Hall to host the Qualicum Legion’s Short Sighted Crew. Good darts and good fun were had by all, but it was the Allwood Finishers’ day to finish on top – 19 to 14. Lead by Gerry James, who won all five of his matches, Larry Fuller missed only one game and Mike Jacobs won three of his five. Top scorer for the Finishers was Larry with 140, Anita Hopps with 134, and Gerry with a 133. The Qualicum Legion Short Sighted Crew’s triple threat – Steve Bird, Ron Stanley and Don Punter – each won three of their five matches and high score went to Anne O’Sullivan with a 140.


Qualicum Beach Legion Warriors hosted the Eagle’s Hall Straight Shooters, with the Warriors starting off strong winning all three doubles and all five games in their second set. But the Straight Arrows stayed the course and doubled out more games the last three sets. Final score was close – 18 to 15 for the QB Warriors. Adding to his existing perfect score, Fish Trouton shot a 180 and a 121 against Shirley Ewert in the second set, then took a long time before doubling out, giving Shirley plenty of time to catch up those 301 points. Larry MacDonald and Kelly Kovacs were also top wins for the team – four of five each went in their favour. Top scores went to Larry with 140 and 134, Kelly shot 138 and 125. Captain Shirley Ewert lead her team with four wins out of five, followed by Paul Reimer with three out of five. Top scorer for the Arrows was Paul with 125. Congrats to Fish Trouton on his 2nd Perfect Score of the season.


Veterans to the District 69 Dart League – Parksville Legion Shooters – hosted the League’s neophyte team – The X-Men, and it was the newcomers out-doubling the vets – winning 19 to 14. Captain Colin Adams and Glen Dilworth both won four of five matches and top scorer for the X-Men was Pony Moore with a 120. Captain Lloyd Ausland and Tom Ford led the Shooters with four wins each. Top scorer was Lorraine Hopps with a 121.

Don’t forget the Parksville Legion is hosting the Memorial Shoot this weekend – November 16 & 17th. Mixed doubles on Friday night, followed by Men’s and Ladies Singles and Doubles on Saturday.

Last Updated on Monday, 26 November 2018 06:06
Week 8 Results Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Sunday, 04 November 2018 07:53

The first 180 of the season, scored in Week 6 by Fish Trouton of the Qualicum Beach Warriors, unleashed a flood of perfect scores this week – Congratulations Angie Kienas, Tom Ford and George Wallis!

Qualicum Legion B-Sharps hosted the Qualicum Legion Warriors with the Warriors taking the wins 24 to 9. Newcomer Larry MacDonald and Fish Trouton won all five of their matches, Captain Ruth Kovacs followed up with four out of six wins for the night. Top Scorer for the Warriors was Ron Hession with a 132. The Top Scorer for the B-Sharps was Captain Colleen McNeill with a 138.

Toolshed Triples met with the Allwood Finishers at the Eagles Hall. Allwood’s Larry Fuller and Harry Vanheerwaarden won all five of their matches to lead the Allwood Finishers to a 24-9 win. Top Scorer for the Finishers was Anita Hopps with a 140, followed by Larry with a 133 and Harry with a 132. The Toolshed Triple’s Jim Hood, Alan Barry and Mike McNulty pulled triple wins each and Mike was also the Triple’s Top Scorer with a 140.

The visiting Qualicum Legion Short Sighted Crew bested the home team, Straight Arrows, at the Eagles Hall – final score 22 to 11. Doubling out on every match was Steve Bird, followed by Peter Bisiker with five wins out of six matches. Top Scorer for the Crew went to Ernie Berrow with a 110. The Straight Arrows Don McIlhargey and Sonja Twamley were victorious three of their five matches, and Ron Keast was Top Scorer with 132.

Oh to be a chalker at the Parksville Legion this week! Three perfect scores were thrown, starting off with the Bulls Hitters’ Angie Kienas, followed in the next set by the Legion Shooter’s Tom Ford and in the following set by the Shooter’s newcomer, George Wallis. Trying her best to join this elite group, Lorraine Hopps threw a 174 to become the first to get on the Women’s High Score list. Final results – Legion Shooters 22 – Bulls Hitter – 11.

New team to the league – The X-Men – met with the top team for the first time this season at their home venue – Parksville Legion. The Cascadia Bristle Bashers were given a workout for their win of 22-11. The Basher’s Terry Strawson led the wins with six for six, followed by Richard Rempel and Steve Collins with five wins each. Top Scorer for the Bristle Basher’s was Captain Mike Driscoll with 140. Top Scorer for the X-Men was Fraser Vincent with a 143, putting him on the Men’s High Score list, and followed closely by Captain Colin Adams with a 140.

Last Updated on Monday, 26 November 2018 06:07
Postponed Games Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Friday, 19 October 2018 13:59

Just a reminder to let the statistician know right away that a game has been postponed. Stats are due at the Legion by 6pm on the Thursday following the matches, so, if I know that a game has been postponed, I won't hang around waiting for the score sheet. Thanks! Jolene

Last Updated on Friday, 19 October 2018 14:03
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Monday, 08 October 2018 04:41

We have a new team to announce:

TEAM TEN the X-Men!! Welcome to District 69 Dart League!

If you had a bye this season, please arrange for a makeup game with the new team. Let me know when the game is scheduled.

Thanks! Jolene

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 October 2018 04:29
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