Some great action in the great game.February 22, 2013 4:19am
After last week’s opening round, we saw some big wins. This week was something of a closer round with most games coming down to the wire. Hope to see more of this as the season progresses.
First game of the week saw Royal Underdogs take on Term 69ers, the latter proving too strong and taking the win at 7-4. Some great darts thrown by both sides. For the 69ers Daniel Raynor with three tons, Steve Raynor 121 and two tons, Roy Kilroy 140 and Collin Mankey with two 140s, 125 and 100. For the Underdogs Matthew Wade 140, 125 and two tons, Mel Blades threw 100.
The Broadford Redbacks were at home this week, playing off against Royal Rascals. A close game saw the Rascals come away the victor 6-5. Rascals highlights for the night showed Brendan Rogers in form with 133, 124, 114 and 103 and Stuart Crockett with 114. Over at the Redbacks side of the big scores, Greg Dulhunty threw 125, 118 and 100, Trevor Gravell two tons and David Wilson with a score of 156. Dulhunty also made a night-high peg of 54.
Avenel travelled to the Term this week, to go up against the Dart Knights. The game went right down to the wire, with the Dart Knights coming out on top 6-5. Top darts for Avenel, Rob Welsh threw 120 and three tons. Rick Wylie 101, two tons and a peg of 50. Dart Knights’ Phil Kaja 138 and two tons, Tania Hunt had a good night with 121 and fantastic peg of 104. Newcomer Emily Hunt with her first-ever night of darts threw a nice peg of 52.
Vipers played host to Broadford Mustangs. Broadford were just too strong on the night, winning 7-4. Mustangs highlights: Bruce Cunningham threw 160,140 and 100, Peter Myles in form yet again with 140, four tons and a 120 finish, Tina Fountain 100, Mark Fountain 122, 105 and 100, last up Emily Spiteri 134 and 121. On the Vipers end, Darren Sielaff threw three tons, Mitch Baxter 121 and 56 peg. Adam Lynch 140, five tons and the first 180 for the season.
Last game of the week was a POW affair, Rebels playing Alcos. The end result was 7-4 to Alcos. Rebels side of the stats saw Kelly Buswell with 106 and Eddie Condon with 108. Alcos’ high darts were Dave Bartlett 120, 117, and 100, Peter Brasher 133 and 100, Brent Dixon threw two tons and lastly Dave Dunsmuir 134, 100 and a 50 peg.
— Adam Lynch
Seymour District Darts Association
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