Bullseye: Vernon dart league stats

Bullseye: Vernon dart league stats

Vernon Pubmaster League results from the past week



Eagles Bud Knights (10 points, 107 games);

Green Pistoleros (9, 89);

Eagles Projectile Dysfunction (8, 91);

Alexanders Predators (6, 61);

Elks Pointy Peckers (6, 60);

Wing Nuts (6, 58);


Tannis Jones, Wayne Morrison 171; Lacey Huolt 165;


Rita File 134; Brad Jackson 104;


Jackson; Richard Mackie

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TND Bullshooters (5, 55);

Alexanders Mafia (5, 53);

Nettys Green Crew; (5, 48);

ANAF Dilligads (5, 32);

Elks Dart Farts (4, 26);

ANAF Paralyzers (3, 38);

Elks Y.S. Joes (3, 27);


Craig Borgal 140(x3); Laureen McCrae 132;


Corey Bingley 90; Carla Calhoun 40;


Eamon Logan 71;


Eagles Straight Shooters (5, 55);

Kicking Eagles (5, 48);

Don Cherry Pits (5, 45);

Elks Bratz Again (4, 39);

TND Spitfires (4, 34);

Eagles In Flight (4, 29);

ANAF High Flyers (3, 30);


Duncan Newton 140(x2); Cindy Gamble 131;


Bob Zimmerman 170; Noelle Geary 68;


Zimmerman 170; Newton 50


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