Dart players enjoy Hawaii-themed tournament

On Saturday, Sept. 27 there were colourful dart players at the Comox Legion.






On Saturday, Sept. 27 there was no Don Ho or grass skirt fires, but plenty of colourful dart players at the Comox Legion.

As was expected in the late summer weather, a small but boisterous gathering of dart players went at it for the hams and pineapples.

They were playing a round-robin event with the top eight pairs going to the best of knockout round and, as usual, the top pair of Doug Messer and Ken Hayes got bounced by the eighth spot duo of Jim Wilcox and Dave Willington.

In the final stage it was Jim and Dave up against Terry Jackson and Pam Waterfield who took first spot winning two out of three games. In third spot were Art Forbes and Bill Beaudin.


Pam Waterfield and Doug Messer received prizes as the most colourful lady and man. Thanks go to Barb for the great Hawaiian drink concoctions.



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