All the latest from the great game.KERRY CUNNINGHAM April 23, 2014 3:02am
First game of the round saw the POW Misfits host the Avenel Royals with the Misfits winning the game 6–5.
For the Misfits Geoff Maggs threw 120 and one ton; Ian Richardson two tons; Neil Gibson 140 and two tons; and Geoff Dixon one ton.
For Avenel Wayne Thompson threw 128,120 and two tons; Rick Wylie 140 and two tons; and Steve Welsh 116 and one ton.
Highest peg of the game was Thomspon with 100.
The Vipers and the POW Rebels played out their game with the Vipers winning 10–1.
For the Vipers Mark Hunt threw 140 and six tons, Adam Lynch 101 and two tons, Darren Sielaff 120 and Mitch Baxter one ton.
For the Rebels Dennis Reid threw 131 and 104. The highest peg went to Hunt with 68.
The Royal Rascals hosted the Term 69ers with the 69ers taking the win 10–1.
For the 69ers Daniel Raynor threw a perfect 180 and followed it up with three tons; Steve Raynor 125,113 and two tons; Roy Kilroy 123 and 101 and Kerry Lewis two tons.
For the Rascals the returning Shane Turner threw 122 and one ton; John Crockett 125 and Brendan Rogers one ton. Highest peg was Kilroy with 85.
Old adversaries, the POW Alcos and the Broadford Mustangs went head to head with the Mustangs taking the win 9–2.
For the Mustangs Peter Myles threw his 16th 180 and followed it up with 120 and two tons; Michael Hilder 135, 121 and seven tons; Emily Wills 140 and two tons; and Bruce Cunningham 121 and 110.
For the Alcos Tina Fountain also threw the perfect score of 180 and followed it up with 140 and 108; Peter Brasher 123 and one ton; Noel Whitling six tons; and Mark Fountain 140, 116 and two tons.
Highest peg of the game was Cunningham with an amazing 110.
— Kerry Cunningham
Seymour District Darts Association
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