Zone dart qualifiers

The Legion Branch #160 2011 zone darts qualifiers have been determined, and they are as follows:

The Legion Branch #160 2011 zone darts qualifiers have been determined, and they are as follows:

Singles: Tony Russell, Darrell Hillier, Laurie Bull, Art Forbes, Bill Footit, Dan Dupuis, Bob Mossey, Peter Greave. 1st alternate Gerard Slaunwhite, 2nd alternate Elaine Hillier.

Doubles: Tony Russell – Bud Englund, Bill Footit – Art Forbes, Gerard Slaunwhite – Laurie Bull, Elaine Hillier – Darrell Hillier. Alternate, Dan Dupuis – Don Parsons.

Teams; Art Forbes, Bill Footit, Leslie Lamouroux and Barbara Godin. Dan Dupuis, Don Parsons, Gerard Slaunwhite and Elaine Hillier. Alternate Tony Russell, Laurie Bull, Bud Englund and John Chequis.

Mixed Doubles: Barbara Godin – Art Forbes, Elaine Hillier – Gerard Slaunwhite, Leslie Lamouroux – Bill Footit, Mo Felhouser – Laurie Bull.

Alternate, David Merkley – Carol Merkley.

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