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Week 17 Results Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Wednesday, 13 February 2019 13:10

Parksville Legion’s Bulls Hitters hit more than the Bullseyes on Tuesday night against the Qualicum Legion B-Sharps, besting them 23 to 10. Leading the wins for the Bulls Hitters were Angie Kienas and Alan Farmer – both missing the double on only one of their six games played. Ray Jones and Barb Marsh were right behind with four of six games to their favour. High scorer for the Hitters, with a 116, was Ray Jones. Leading the defense for the B-Sharps, with four wins in six games, Arless McNeill also had a 76 checkout. High scorer for the B-Sharps was Captain Colleen McNeill with 134, 115 and 101.

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The League’s top team and bottom team tried to meet in the middle at the Eagles Hall, but the Cascadia Bristle Bashers weren’t about to let that happen – defeating the Triples 28 to 5. Three of the six Bristle Bashers won all their matches, only Noella Ross, Don Enocksen and Tedd Ducker let wins go to the Triples. Terry Strawson and Don Enocksen each shot a 140, and Tedd Ducker achieved a perfect score of 180 – Congrats Tedd!! Not to give up without a fight – Toolshed Triples’ Mike McNulty shot a 135, 108 and 100x2; Alan Barry shot a 121 and 100; Jim Hood a 118; Jackie Anderson shot a 108 and Wendy Haines shot a 106, as well as took two wins from the Bristle Bashers.

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The Allwood Finishers met at the Qualicum Beach Legion to get schooled in the art of doubling out by the Short Sighted Crew. Both teams were short on players – five on each side – and long on high scores – but the 23 wins went to the Crew, with a mere 10 to the Finishers. Most wins for the Crew went to Ron Stanley and Don Punter, five of six matches each. High scorer for the Crew was Peter Bisiker, who shot a 140, 121 & 100. Steve Bird and Don Punter shot 134 and 133 respectively. Legends in their sport, Larry Fuller and Gerry James each tucked three wins under their belts. High score went to Anita Hopps, who shot two 140’s. Other than doubling out on the Finishers only successful doubles match, Captain Jolene Swanson did not add much to the scores that night – rumour has it she is considering taking up bowling. Wink

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The Eagles Hall Straight Arrows hosted the Qualicum Beach Warriors to a fun night of darts. Captain Ruth Kovacs was back in the line-up of six, as was the Arrows’ Thomas Connelly, home from the East. With the full team roster on board, the Warriors outshot the Arrows to a 21 to 12 victory. Leading the wins for the Warriors, Chad “Fish” Trouton didn’t miss a trick and shot high scores of 140, 123, and 100x2. Ron Hession and Larry MacDonald followed closely with four wins each. Dale Simpson showed some pepper with scores of 138 and 100. Leading the wins for the Arrows was Sonja Twamley with three wins and scores of 131 and 123. High score went to Thomas Connelly, christening his return with a 140.

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The Parksville Legion was a busy spot Tuesday night with the match of the Legion rivals – X-Men and Shooters. Doing what they do best, the Shooters won 23 of the 33 matches and had two players leave undefeated – Lorraine Hopps and Thom Ford – with six wins each. High score for the Shooters went to Thom with a 129, 122, 112 and 105. Lorraine shot a 123, and Captain Lloyd Ausland shot 119 and 100x2.Leading the pack for X-Men, Glen Dilworth won three of five matches and shot 100x3. High score for the X-Men went to Rob Sparrow with a 144, along with a 104.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 February 2019 13:16
 
Snow Day! Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 10:24

The League is calling a SNOW DAY!


February 12th - ALL games are cancelled. We will resume when the weather is more cooperative and less dangerous for us to come out to play.


Stay safe and warm everyone!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 February 2019 10:27
 
Week 16 Results Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Sunday, 03 February 2019 15:05

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Seven B-Sharps weren’t enough to win the battle against the Qualicum Beach Warriors at the Qualicum Legion Tuesday night. The Warriors battled valiantly without their captain, Ruth Kovacs – who was on the casualty list this week – to a decisive victory of 25 to 8 over the B-Sharps. Leading the charge was Warrior Larry MacDonald, who won all his matches of the night with scores of 140, 134, 125 and 100x3. Flanking Larry’s lead, Fish Trouton came away with five wins and scores of 132, 125 and 100. Kelly Kovacs and Dale Simpson supported the nights’ wins with four of six matches each to their credit. Leading the wins for the Sharps were Anna Daschuk and Stan Foster – each winning 3 of 5 games. High score went to Arless McNeill, who shot a 125.

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Taking over the Eagles Hall, the Allwood Finishers hosted the Toolshed Triples to a fun night of darts, coming away with 21 wins over the Toolsheds’ 12 wins. Larry Fuller showed everyone how to double out five times in five matches. High score went to Harry Van Heerwaarden with a 140, and 100x2. Gerry James shot a 128 and 122. Top score for the Triples went to Jim Hood, winning 3 of 5 matches and high score – 140 – went to Mike McNulty.

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Filling up the rest of the boards at the Qualicum Legion Tuesday night, the Short Sighted Crew and the Eagles Straight Arrows met, played, and came away with the Straight Arrows victorious 24 times to the Crew’s 9. Leading the wins for the Straight Arrows was Paul Reimer, with six for six and a high score of 112. Don McIlhargey doubled out five of his matches, scoring a 134 along the way. The highlight of the night was a perfect score of 180 – shot by Ron Keast – who also won four matches. Congrats Ron!

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Parksville Legion was a beehive of activity with four teams meeting and competing for the doubles. The Legion Shooters, home team to the Legion Bulls Hitters, took 20 wins from the Hitters. Leading the wins for the Shooters was George Wallis, with five of six games in his favour. Thom Ford was the prolific high scorer for the Shooters, hitting a 122 and 121. Six Bulls Hitters hit some high scores, notably Barb Marsh’s 140, Alan’s 107 and Bernie’s 115, but the double eluded them for most of the evening. Top score went to Bernie Brockway and Alan Farmer – each taking three of their five matches.

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Seven players strong, the Bristle Bashers met the X-Men for an epic battle of darts at the Parksville Legion. Finishing successfully, Terry Strawson and Captain Mike Driscoll both won all four of their matches, with Mike D. shooting a 156 to put him on the Leaderboard for the first time this season. Noella Ross was the high scorer for the Bristle Bashers with a whopping 171 for a second time this season – way to go Noella! High score for the X-Men went to Dale Parker – 121 - as well as a pair of wins. Glen Dilworth and Rob Sparrow also took a couple wins each away from the Bristle Bashers.

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Last Updated on Sunday, 03 February 2019 15:25
 
Week 15 Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Sunday, 27 January 2019 15:04

Legion teams from separate towns met at the Qualicum Legion to play thirty-three games of darts and the Parksville Legion Shooters came out ahead with twenty-eight games to their credit. Top wins for the Shooters were Lorraine Hopps and Thom Ford with a perfect night for both of them, along with high scores of 134 each too – congrats!! B-Sharps Arless McNeill led the wins for the B-Sharps, as well as getting the high scores of 140, 132, 125 and 120.

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Also at the Qualicum Legion on Tuesday were the other two QB Legion teams – the Warriors and Short Sighted Crew. Coming out strong in the doubles, the Warriors dominated throughout the entire night winning 23 matches against the Crew. Winning all five of their matches, Larry MacDonald and Kelly Kovacs, led the wins. High scorer for the Warriors was Fish Trouton, with four wins in five games and scores of 125, 121, 108 and 100x3. Short Sighted Sylvia Mantyka and Don Punter each won half their matches and high score went to Ron Stanley with 140.

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Cascadia Bristle Bashers out doubled the Qualicum Legion Bulls Hitters at the Parksville Legion twenty-eight times. Top wins for the Bashers went to Richard Rempel and Tedd Ducker – neither one missing a double out. Noella Ross, Don Enocksen and Mike Driscoll ensured the team’s win by finishing four of their five games successfully. High scorer for the Bashers was Noella Ross with a 123. Having a total off night, the Bulls Hitters only managed five wins and Bernie Brockway and Ray Jones lead with two wins each. High score for the Hitters went to Barb Marsh, who hit a 138.

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The X-Men met with the Allwood Finishers for a second time this season. Great matches from both teams lead to an 18-15 win for the Finishers. Leading the wins for the Finishers were Larry Fuller and Harry Vanheerwarden with four of five matches won, followed by three wins from Captain Jolene Swanson. High score of the night was 140 – achieved by Larry Fuller and Gerry James. X-Men’s Glen Dilworth led the wins for his team with four of six matches in his favour, and high scores of 100 x 4. Top score went to spare Gord with two scores of 131.

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The Toolshed Triples and the Eagles Straight Arrows had to postpone due to illness and vacations.

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Last Updated on Sunday, 27 January 2019 17:14
 
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