Seymour Telegraph

SEYMOUR DISTRICT DARTS

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In a high-stakes clash at Broadford Golf Club, Golf Club Aces outplayed Pyalong Tigers, clinching an 11-0 victory.

Mark Jones stole the show with six impressive finishes, including a high peg of 81.

Dave Ring contribute­d significan­tly with five finishes, including a top peg of 110.

The Aces’ dominant performanc­e keeps them in the race for a finals spot.

Pyalong Tigers’ Jack Stephens shone with three tons, while Mitch Wittig managed two tons and Joe Ryan added a ton and a 101.

At the Commercial Hotel, the Pirates faced off against Badass in a closely contested A Grade match.

The Pirates secured the team game but Badass took both doubles, leading 2-1.

The singles matches were fiercely competitiv­e, with the Pirates ultimately triumphing 7-4.

Zane Kilroy led the charge with five pegs, two tons and several 140s.

Seth Kilroy’s impressive 102 peg and seven tons also stood out.

Badass captain Peter Myles was outstandin­g, racking up 10 tons and a 140.

Broadford Hotel witnessed an intense battle between Snipers and Kings in the final A Grade game.

The Kings dominated early, taking a 4-0 lead.

Despite a resilient effort, the Snipers fell short, losing 7-4.

Snipers’ Mark “Robbo” Robinson put up a valiant fight with nine tons and two 180s, while Kings’ Terran “Tezza” Crispin impressed with four tons, a 140 and a maximum 180.

In B Grade, Mangalore Rebuilders clashed with Kilmore Cobras at Mangalore Pub.

In a closely fought contest, the Cobras secured a 7-4 victory.

Rob Davon led the charge with a peg of 101 and four tons.

For the Rebuilders, Arie Eddy’s 114 and 124 were standouts.

The Royal Hotel hosted the Royal Rascals and Renegades, with the latter seeking redemption after their first-season defeat.

The Renegades took an early lead, but the Rascals fought back to level the score at 5-5.

In a thrilling final game, Renegades’ Roscoe Penny secured a 6-5 victory with a 2-0 win.

Stuart Crockett, Aaron Peacock and Belinda Reid showcased solid performanc­es for the Rascals.

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