Men’s turn for darts

Comox Legion hosting open shoot tournament on March 15

 

 

 

The ladies had their turn last month, now it is time once again for the men to shine at the Comox Legion’s annual Open Dart Shoot on Saturday, March 16.

Commitments are in already from Quadra Island and Powell River (assuming they have secured a chief steward for the Little River ferry) along with a number of the locals. There is still room for more participants.

Play commences with doubles at 10 a.m. followed by the singles event. Registration fee is $15 per player per event, with a total payout on each event.

Pre-registration is preferred by March 15; if unable to register in person please contact the convener at 250-339-9592 or dcwillington@gmail.com with your intent to participate or for more information.

An affordable lunch will be available.

Next month on April 20 is the Comox Legion’s annual Memorial Dart Shoot for teams of four, men/ladies or coed. Cost is $40 per team. For more information contact the above phone number or e-mail.

– Comox Legion

 

 

 

 

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