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Week 3 Winter Season Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Friday, 15 March 2019 12:39


Parksville Legion’s Shooters hosted the Qualicum Legion Warriors to a fun fast-paced night of darts. Evenly matched set for set, the Warriors took the win in the final set, winning 18 to 15. Back in form, Fish Trouton led the Warriors in wins, not missing a single match all evening – one with a 92 check-out - and hitting scores of 160, 140x2 and 100x3 - putting him on the Leader Board twice this week. Warriors Larry MacDonald won four of five matches by hitting not only the necessary doubles, but with scores of 100x4, 140 and the Perfect Score – 180! Congratulations Larry! Pulling his weight for the Shooters, Pat Bannister led the wins with four of six matches to his credit. High score for the Shooters went to Lorraine Hopps – 138 – and high out went to Viviane Papineau with a 92 check-out too!


The Eagles Hall was opened up Tuesday night for the Allwood Finishers to play the Parksville Legion Bulls Hitters. Music and merriment were in abundance, along with really closely matched games, with the win for the night going to the Bulls Hitters - 18 to 15 over the Finishers. Leading the wins for the Hitters, Angie Kienas and Alan Farmer each won four of six. High score went to Alan Farmer with a 150, Bernie Brockway shot a 130 and Angie Kienas shot a 125, 125 and had an 88 check-out. Larry Fuller, Allwood Finisher’s consistent “top performer”, won four of five matches – with scores of 118 and 116. Pulling the magic out with the music, Mike Jacobs won three of six matches with a high score of 127. Top score for the Finishers went to “Dirty Harry” Van Heerwaarden, who shot a 140, 116, and 100x2. Almost making the Leader Board, Captain Jolene Swanson, managed an 80 check-out against Peter Spinks in a most curious way! Wink


The Qualicum Legion – home of the brand new Blade 5 boards – was the setting for the dart match between Legion’s Short Sighted Crew and the Cascadia Bristle Bashers, who won 25 of the matches against the home team. Terry Strawson and Noella Ross led the Basher wins with five for five each. Top score for the Bashers went to Steve Collins, who shot 140x2, 135, 121, 114 and 110. Tedd Ducker jumped to the top of the Perfect Score list after hitting his second 180 of the season. Congrats Tedd! Two Crew members were able to get a couple games each away from the Bashers, Steve Bird and Peter Bisiker – by hitting scores up to 138.



Playing their final match of the 2018-2019 season, the X-Men and the Toolshed Triples met at the Parksville Legion, with the X-Men out-doubling the Triples 23 times to their 10. Three of the Men tied for top wins, Glen Dilworth, Pony Moore and Rob Stewart, each winning five of their six singles matches. High scorer for the Men was Steve Stewart with a 140, 132 and 118. Glen Dilworth was on form, shooting scores of 123, 125, 121 and 100. Topping the wins for the Toolshed Triples, Alan Barry doubled out three of his six matches. High scorer for the Triples was Mike McNulty with a 133.


Playing on the “other half” of the Blade 5 boards, the Qualicum Legion B-Sharps hosted the Eagles Hall Straight Arrows for their final game of the season. A strong start by the B-Sharps petered out by the fifth set, resulting in a 19 to 14 win for the Straight Arrows. Leading the wins for the Arrows was Don McIlhargey, who lost only one of six matches and topped the high scores with a 140 and 100x2. Right behind him, Paul Reimer, won four of six and shot 121 and 100. Leading the wins for B-Sharps was Arless McNeill, who also only lost one of his matches, and hit two 100’s. Stan Foster pulled three wins out of his five matches. High scorer for the B-Sharps was Captain Colleen McNeill, who a 101.


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