Making a point at darts comp
Members encouraged to have a go
DARTS: The Mundubbera Darts Association has seen player skills improve this season with rising talent Al Volmerhause “on fire” and producing some unbeatable results.
Mundubbera Darts Association president Bevan Holzheimer said it had been a steady season and touched upon the need for more members.
“We’ve seen some good numbers this season, however it would be great if we had more members play darts,” Holzheimer said.
“Two teams last week had to have a bye, which was disappointing, so we’re calling those interested in playing the game to come along to darts nights and see how the night goes.”
Darts commences every Wednesday night at 7pm at the Mundubbera Showgrounds.
Throughout the year, the darts association hosts social nights, which is a great way of playing darts in a social atmosphere.
Holzheimer said the aim of darts was not just about winning but getting out and playing the game.
“We’ve got a couple of people from Gayndah and Biggenden who come along and play,” Holzheimer said.
“Everyone is welcome to attend and have a game, it’s a lot of fun and it doesn’t matter if you win or lose.”
Mundubbera Darts has six teams consisting of Sharp Shooters, Bullseye Bandits, Drifters, Frogs Hollows, RF2’s and Don’t Knows.
Holzheimer is no stranger to darts and has been the president for quite a few years. He said he just loves the game.
“It’s a great game to play, it takes a lot of focus but it’s completely worth it,” Holzheimer said.
“We play both social and competition.”
Mundubbera Darts takes place every Wednesday nights from 7pm at the Mundubbera Showgrounds and everyone is welcome.
BULLSEYE: Al Volmerhause is proving to be a great asset in the Mundubbera Darts Association. PHOTOS: PHILIPPE COQUERAND
Darts players attentively watching on as their group competes.
Ray Morton celebrating after a good darts round.
Ferdy about to play a game of darts.
Lexie Holzheimer and Dennis Eriksen playing darts in Mundubbera.