Seymour Darts

May 04, 2018

Round 10 saw Broadford Vikings go head-to-head with co-tenants Bottom Pub Pirates.

Round 10 saw Broadford Vikings go head-to-head with co-tenants Bottom Pub Pirates.

The Vikings won the night 9-2 thanks to the exploits of the captain Mark Jones, who was on fire, scoring six tons and two 140s.

Peter Myles nailed five tons and two 140s, Mark Ruddick was on song and finished with two tons, a 125 and 140 and Jayde Pearson chipped in with a ton and a 125.

The Pirates went into the game undermanned with their best player out, attending the birth of his daughter, who arrived safe and sound — a highlight of the night.

Some lesser highlights included two tons, a 125 and a 140 from Dan Kilroy, Drew Grantham slipped in two tons and Andrew Harrison speared in a 121.

The Kings battled hard but were outclassed, with the Aces’ Dan Raynor continuing his purple patch of form to finish the night with three tons, a 116 and a 121.

Frank Roberts had a quiet night and finished with just two tons, Steve Raynor chipped in with a ton and Emily Wills scored a 121, a 132 and nailed another bullseye finish.

The visitors were well served by Robert Leggo, who chucked a ton, 120 and 121; Jeff Rhue contributed two tons and Shane Rhue scored a single ton.

Game three saw the Royal Rascals battle POW 26ers.

With the 26ers a game outside the top four, they came out firing, finishing the night 11-0, dropping only the three legs.

The 26ers’ highlights included two tons to Steve Ash, a ton and 140 to Ben MacPherson and Shannon Jackson scored himself a 121.

The Rascals’ only recordable score was by Stuart Crockett who slammed in a ton.

The POW Misfits played off against the POW Rebels and it was another convincing victory — the Misfits pocketing a 10-1 win.

The Misfits welcomed back Beau Maggs, who finished with two tons, a 101 and a 140.

Michelle Halfpenny scored herself a 135 and 156, Brian Forge nailed a ton, a 101 and a 105 and Geoff Maggs had a night out with three tons, a 125 to go with a round high peg of 61.

The Rebels did not throw a triple figure score in a disappointing night.

The final match saw The Lions go toe-to-toe with the Renegades at the Royal Hotel.

The Renegades put up a gutsy effort but were ultimately overcome, with the home team banking the points with a 9-2 victory.

The Renegades’ captain Tammy Kilroy continues to improve, scoring two tons as well as taking out a singles victory.

Ricky Kozlowski chipped in with a single ton and Steve Bertucci scored a ton and was the other singles winner, delivering Gary Power’s first loss of the season.

The Lions were well served by Power, who scored seven tons, a 120 and 140; while Rick Wylie was a solid contributor with two tons, a 123 plus a 140.

Adam Lynch slammed in a ton as well as a 140 and captain Liz Henzell scored a single ton.

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