Seniors Games darts playoffs at Comox Legion

Also upcoming is Legion's annual Memorial Darts Tournament

 

 

 

The BC Seniors Games Zone 2 darts playoffs go Saturday, April 13 at the Comox Legion, with check-in time 10 a.m.

Age categories and men and women 55 to 64, and men and women 65-plus. Events include men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, mixed doubles, and team of four (two men and two women).

Two teams per age category per zone.

Participation: Four men and four women per age category per zone; participants may play in one or all events; participants must specify on entry form which events they will be competing in.

There is a $15 membership fee payable before proceeding. Successful participants will be required to pay an additional $50 to cover banquet expenses, etc.

For more information, contact Ginny Green at 250-334-4334.

Also, as the end to the darts season nears, the Comox Legion is hosting their annual Memorial Darts Tournament on Saturday, April 20.

The event is open to teams of four, male-female or coed. Entry fee is $40 per team and pre-registration up until April 19 is preferred.

For more information call Dave at 250-339-9592 or e-mail dcwillington@gmail.com.

– Comox Legion Darts

 

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