Comox Legion hosts regional darts championships

Comox Legion was privileged to host the 2016 BC/Yukon Darts Championships.

Comox Legion was privileged to host the 2016 BC/Yukon Darts Championships recently.

A total of 73 players representing 14 zones participated in the event.

Play started with the two-game, round- robin doubles event. The Peace Arch Branch # 8 duo of Rob and R.W. Cool were victors of this event with 25 of a possible 28 wins.

Singles followed, again the same format as the doubles, George Hart of Fraser Valley Branch #280 winning this event.

Sunday morning the teams got under way. Advancing was the team of Rob Cool, R.W. Cool, Lewis Cool and Stuart Roper of Peace Arch # 8.

All of the winners advance to the Dominion Championships being held in St. John, NB this upcoming weekend.

Many thanks to all the volunteers and sponsors that came together to make the event possible.

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