Visiting players do well at Comox Legion Ladies Open Darts

Visiting players enjoyed success at the Comox Legion Ladies Open Darts Tournament.

Twenty-two players participated in the doubles (11 pairs) with Noella Ross (Parksville) and her partner Angie Kienas (Port Alberni) taking first place over locals Patti Dennis and Brenda Durant, winning two of three in the final.

Third and fourth spots went to Kellie Watt and Ann Ward and Sandi Kohlen and her partner Wendy Jackson, all local ladies.

Sixteen players participated (split into two sheets) in the singles event; Anita Hopps of Parksville was the winner over local lady Sandi Kohlen. Placing third and fourth were Noella Ross and Lorraine Hopps (Parksville) who again split the prize rather than play for actual position.

High out went to Tracey Lee Culos taking out 100 in the doubles, while Mary Jubinville took out 84 in the singles. The high score in the doubles was 140 by Sandi Kohlen and in the singles was Anita Hopps also with a 140.

Next up at the Legion is the Men’s Open on March 19. For more information contact dcwillington@gmail.com or 250-339-9592.

 

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