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2017-2018 High Scores Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Tuesday, 05 December 2017 13:19

Men's High Out *81 or higher out

1. Larry Fuller 116

2. Mike Driscoll 110

3. Pat Bannister 110

4. Richard Rempel 107

5. Fish Trouton 100

6. Gerry James 97

7. Dustin Fee 95

8. John Eyre 89

9. Mike McNulty 88

Women's High Out *81 or higher out

1. Angie Kienas 117

2. Noella Ross 103

3. Colleen McNeill 100

Men's High Score *Only scores higher than 140 will be recorded

1. Larry Fuller 177

2. Fish Trouton 160

Women's High Score *Only scores higher than 140 will be recorded


Perfect Score

1. Dustin Fee

2. Fish Trouton

3. Richard Rempel x 2

4. Larry Fuller x 2

5. Eric Landstrom

Last Updated on Friday, 15 December 2017 15:46
Week 12 Part One Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Sunday, 10 December 2017 10:41

Week 12 Results

The Allwood Finishers hosted the Express Custom Bulls Hitters at the Sunset Lanes and narrowly defeated the Hitters 17-16. Top scorers for the Finishers were Gerry James and Fish Trouton – both besting four of their five opponents. Allwood’s Larry Fuller started his night by shooting a 177 in his first match, followed by a 180 and a 123 in his next game, congrats on topping the League’s Men’s High Scores Larry! Top Scorers for the Bulls Hitters were Bernie Brockway – 133; Alan Farmer – 126; Angie Kienas – 122.

In a “Battle of Legions” the Parksville Legion’s Shooters outlasted the Qualicum Legion’s B-Sharps, largely due to the automatic 7 points achieved simply because (again) the B-Sharps didn’t have a full team. Three wins of five matches was the majority for the Shooters, top scorers Lloyd Ausland and Tom Ford both shot a 100. The B-Sharps Arless and Colleen McNeill outplayed every member of the Shooters with Arless winning six for six and Colleen four for six. Arless scored a 140 and two 100’s. Final score Shooters 18 - B-Sharps 15.

Playing like Warriors, the British Bobbie Warriors tried their best to best the top team in the league, but the Cascadian Bristle Bashers took every point they could, coming away with 27 wins over the Warriors. Dustin Fee and Terry Strawson shared top spot this week by winning 100% of their matches, followed by Richard Rempel and Noella Ross with four wins out of five games each. Richard Rempel picked up a second Perfect Score as well – Congrats Richard on the 180! Warrior Captain, Ruth Kovacs, doubled out before both Captain Mike Driscoll and Tedd Ducker and Kelly Kovacs improved his league rating by successfully taking on Tedd Ducker and Richard Rempel. Ruth and Dale Simpson both shot a 140; Kelly two 134’s and Jackie Anderson a 109.

One match was postponed due to shortage of players – Parksville Legion’s Straight Arrows and the Qualicum Legion’s Short Sighted Crew – have three weeks to gather their team mates together and catch up to the rest of the league. Keep your Statistician posted!!

Last Updated on Sunday, 10 December 2017 11:29
Week 11 Results Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Tuesday, 05 December 2017 15:56

Week 11 Results

Rested up after a week off, the Express Custom Bulls Hitters doubled out 24 games against the Toolshed Triples. Leading the Bulls Hitters for wins was Bernie Brockway with five wins in five matches. Following closely behind, Peter Spinks, Ray Jones, and Angie Kienas won four of their five matches. High scorer for the Bulls Hitters were Alan Farmer and Bernie Brockway, each with a score of 100. Doug White topped the scoreboard for the Triples with a 119. Jim Hood, Wendy Haines and Alan Barry each won two of their matches.


Fully rostered this week, the Qualicum Legion B-Sharps met with the Parksville Legion Straight Arrows for a match ending in 21-12 for the Straight Arrows. Top wins for the Arrows were Stu Dunn and Eric Landstrom, who won all five of their matches, followed by Don McIlhargey with four wins out of five. High scorer for the Arrows was Mike McNulty with a 140 and Don McIlhargey shot a 122 and 125. Arless McNeill led the B-Sharps wins with three wins for four matches played. New league spare, Lee Page, topped the scoresheet with two 140’s and three 100’s and won 50% of his matches. Great job Lee, welcome to the league!


Parksville Legion was the venue for the Legion Shooters and the nomadic British Bobbie Warriors, with the Shooters outshooting the Warriors 21-12. Top wins for the Shooters were Lorraine Hopps, Tom Ford and Jim Fraser – all with four wins for five matches played. Top scorer for the Shooters was Tom Ford with 100, 131 and 140; Lloyd Ausland shot a 140 as well; but it was Lorraine Hopps who was ‘on fire’ with 100x4, 109, 120 and a 90 checkout. Warriors fought hard and Dale Simpson and Ruth Kovacs won three of their six matches with Ruth getting a high score of 115. Ron Hession topped the scores with a 121.


Meeting at the Sunset Lanes, the Allwood Finishers were overtaken by the Cascadian Bristle Bashers 23-10. Fish Trouton lead the wins with four of his five matches victorious; he also had high out for the night with a two-dart 100 out. Gerry James won three of five games and his 97 checkout put him on the website leaderboard. Larry Fuller had high scores of 119, 125 and 133. The full Cascadian Bristle Basher team filled the bar room, and the doubles beds, with Dustin Fee coming out as the top wins for the Bashers – four for four. Tedd Ducker, Noella Hopps, Terry Strawson, Don Enocksen and Mike Driscoll all won three out of their four matches. Top scorer for the Bashers was Richard Rempel with a 140, 125 and 100x3. Mike Driscoll shot a 125, 132 and 134. Tedd Ducker shot a 140 and five 100’s.


District 69 Dart Association is urgently looking for dart players to join the league. If you are interested in becoming part of a team or league spare, please contact league President, Noella Ross at 250-228-0313 or go to our website contact page at District 69 Darts. For all the league’s stats and information go to

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 December 2017 15:58
Week 10 Results Print
Written by Jolene Swanson   
Tuesday, 05 December 2017 14:28

Week 10 Results

Parksville Legion’s own Straight Arrows brought their A-Game against the Toolshed Triples finishing with a 25-8 score. With Captain, Shirley Ewert, still sidelined by injury the remaining six players on the team stepped up. Stu Dunn, Eric Landstrom and Mike McNulty were unbeatable – all scoring five wins and zero losses. High scorers for the Arrows were Stu Dunn – 117, 122, 133 and 135; Eric Landstrom scored 127, 134 and then joined the “Perfect Score” list with his first 180 of the season – Congrats Eric! Don McIlhargey shot a 140 to top the score board for the Arrows. The Toolshed Triples high scorers were Doug White – 120; Alan Barry – 114; Susan Barry – 100; and Jim Hood – 100. Top wins for the Triples were Jim Hood and Susan Barry.


Qualicum Legion Short Sighted Crew threw victorious over the Parksville Legion Shooters. Top wins for the Crew was five wins for five games for John Eyre. Ron Stanley, Ernie Berrow and Don Punter followed closely behind with four out of five games won. Top scorer for the Crew was Ernie Berrow with 133 and 124; Don Punter shot a 133; Ron Stanley 121; Anne O’Sullivan 115; John Eyre 112. High scorer for the Legion Shooters was Lloyd Ausland with a 140; Lorraine Hopps shot a 120; as did Jim Fraser; and Pat Bannister added his name to “Men’s High Score” list with an impressive 110 checkout.


Struggling to fill the ranks, the B-Sharps once again played short-handed against the Cascadian Bristle Bashers – automatically forfeiting 7 points to the Bashers. Four of the seven Bristle Bashers had a clean sweep – Tedd Ducker, Richard Rempel, Noella Hopps and Terry Strawson – winning all of their matches. High scorers for the Bashers were Noella Hopps with 140; Dustin Fee with 125; Richard Rempel with 123. League spare, Chris Androsoff, threw some high scores – 116 & 111 – making her a welcome addition to any team! Jason Samms and Colleen McNeill plucked two wins each from the Bashers grasp and Arless McNeill showed Mike Driscoll how to double out, giving the B-Sharps five wins for the night.


Playing out of the Qualicum Legion, the British Bobbie Warriors hosted their former venue-mates, the Allwood Finishers, with a final score of 21-12 in favour of the Allwood Finishers. Top wins for the Finishers was Gerry James with five wins for five matches. Larry Fuller won four matches and Fish Trouton topped the high scores with two 121’s. High scorer for the Warriors was Ron Hession – 125; Ruth Kovacs – 120; Dale Simpson – 117; and Jackie Anderson hit a 101.


District 69 Dart League is always looking for new players to join teams, or spare for the season. If you are interested in joining the League call President, Noella Ross at 250-228-0313 or go to our website contact page at District 69 Darts. For all the league’s stats and information go to

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 December 2017 15:07
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