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Teams in fine form for round 12

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September 22, 2017

Round 12 kicked off on Monday night with the Bottom Pub Pirates hosting the ladder leading Avenel Steeltips.

Round 12 kicked off on Monday night with the Bottom Pub Pirates hosting the ladder leading Avenel Steeltips.

The Steeltips continued their undefeated streak, coming away with 7-4.

Drew Grantham was a standout for the Pirates finishing the night with five tons and team-high 48 peg.

Andrew Harrison threw a ton, Steve Kilroy threw a ton and Dan Kilroy managed 136.

Avenel’s Adam Lynch threw three tons, a 140, 121 and had the game-high peg of 64.

Rob Walden continued his good form with six tons and a 140 while Liz Henzell threw 121, 120, 140 and 132.

The POW 26ers lined up against the POW Kings in game two.

The 26ers battled hard all night but the Kings came out on top, taking home the points with an 8-3 victory.

The 26ers captain Shannon Jackson managed to throw a ton, Jessica Louise threw a 115 and a 108, Benny McPherson threw a 126 and Steve Ash was the man to beat with four tons, a 160 and an impressive round high peg of 118.

Well done Steve.

The Kings captain Terran Crispin played well, throwing five tons, a 135 and high peg of 54; Gary Power was on song with four tons and two 140s.

Shane Rhue continues to improve and had the team high peg of 55.

Next up, the POW Misfits went toe-to-toe with the Broadford Vikings in an epic game which wasn’t decided until the final game of the night.

The Misfits took home the chocolates, 6-5.

Their highlights included three tons and a 117 to Brian Forge, Noel Whitling slamming in four tons, a 125, 119 and a 122.

Beau Maggs threw a ton while Geoff Maggs threw a ton, a 106 and held his nerve in the final game against the Vikings captain to deliver his team the victory.

The Vikings Jayde Pearson lobbed in a couple of tons while captain Mark Jones led from the front with three tons, a 103, 120, 118 and two 121s.

Peter Myles put on a scoring clinic, throwing six tons and a 180 to take his tally to three for the season — he also threw a game-high peg of 57.

Game four saw the Royal Rascals doing battle with the POW Rebels in a marathon event.

The Rascals came away with a 10-1 victory leaving the Rebels still trying to find their first win of the year.

Highlights for the Rascals included a 119 and an impressive 174 for Brendan Rogers.

John Crockett was in good touch with a ton, a 132 and game-high peg of 86.

The Rebels welcomed back Trish Stuart who provided her team their solitary victory.

She threw a 111 and a 123 while Marg Francis threw a 108 and Teresa Reid threw a 104 and 109 to wrap up the night.

The Railway Renegades forfeited to the Golf Club Aces.

The SDDA has a new website where you can check out the latest news, results and ladder, find it at www.seymourdistrictdarts.wixsite.com/home

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