Pointy end of darts season
CRASH n Burn were clear winners of the Biggenden Social Darts Club competition in 2016.
The team comprised Alex Eggleston, his brothers in law the Vicary brothers Justin and Jon, along with Commercial Hotel owner Ken Charles. The team just happened to win the perpetual trophy donated by Commercial Hotel.
Runners up and most improved team was Bull Shooters comprising Ella Wattie, Ben Fleming, Harold Dwyer and Joel Meyer.
Third were the All Sorts comprising Coral Sengstock, Pam Rekasi, SamWain, Graham Henningsen and Greg Vicary.
Wooden spoon went to Crusaders, comprising Raymond McIntyre, Corey McIntyre, Kerri-Anne Cretney and Nathan Nichol.
Sportsmanship award went to Graham Henningsen while the best club supporter went to Commercial Hotel’s management and staff.
Accepting the award, Ken Charles thanked the club for its support each Thursday night.
“It’s a pleasure having you here,” he said.
Club spirit awards were given to Corey McIntyre and Ella Wattie, while most improved player was Mel Seehars and most consistent player Raymond McIntyre.
Club president Geoff Duncan presented a number of special awards to players.
Other results: Highest peg out, Kerry Hetherington 112 and Coral Sengstock 116.
Highest score, Joel Meyer 180x2, Raymond McIntyre 180 and Mel Seehars 180.
Most tons, Jon Vicary 70 and Mel Seehars 25.
Most peg outs, Jon Vicary 107 and Mel Seehars 90
Pairs: Harold Dwyer and Joel Meyer 1, Brett Brooks and Jarred Dove 2, Carol Porter and Kerry Hetherington 3.
Singles: Men, Joel Meyer 1, Jeff Bust 2, Drew Lundy 3. Women: Mel Seehars 1, Lyn Lundy 2, Karlie Pressler 3.
WINNING TEAM: Alex Eggleston, Ken Charles, Jon Vicary and Justin Vicary of Crash n Burn.
Most consistent player, Raymond McIntyre.
Club spirit award went to Corey McIntyre and Ella Wattie.
Beth Stralow, Mel Seehars and Leanne Duncan.
Carol Porter and Leanne Duncan present the sportsmanship award to Graham Henningsen.
Bull Shooters Ben Fleming, Ella Wattie and Joel Meyer.
All Sorts, comprising Pam Rekasi, Sam Wain and Graham Henningsen, accept their trophy from Lynette Lundy.
Wooden spoon winners Kerri-Anne Cretney, Raymond McIntyre and Corey McIntyre.