Mixed doubles dart tourney goes well at Comox Legion

On Saturday, Sept. 26, 14 pairs toed the line for a two-game, round-robin preliminary event at the Comox Legion Open mixed doubles darts tournament.

The top eight qualified for the best-of-three knockout event. Eventual winners were locals Bill and Brenda Durant over Donny and Lynda Pashleigh (Powell River).

Third and fourth place was not decided between Terry and Wendy Jackson and Glenn and Janet Litchfield as they opted to split the remaining pots.

Men’s high score was Terry Jackson’s 156, for the ladies it was Lynda Pashleigh and Joanne Scott both with a 124. Men’s high out was Bill Durant with a 121 while Wendy Jackson scored an 84 out. Angie Kienas (Port Alberni) had a 180.

 

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