In the opening round of the new 2016 darts competition last Wednesday three one sided games were played as well as one close game.
RSL Outlaws got off to a great start in the new season with an 8-3 win over the Golfie Razorbacks.
Golfie Spearchuckers had it mostly all their way in their match with late entries Grand Poachers easily winning 9-2.
Golfie Gophers were too good for Western winning 7-4 while Empire Barflies and Grand Roosters were evenly matched before Empire got the upper hand to eventually win 6-5.
High scores were recorded by: Don Roberts 125; Shane Haddy 102; Jason Arnold 100; James Ware 121,121; Linda Fridd 115; Geoff Clayton 120; Rob Good 120,100; Stewart Simpson 134; Tequila Hooker 134; Tony Brown 100,100,125; Dick Tulloh 130; Steve Motton 100,100,100; Mitchell Adams 101; Matthew Klopper 100,100,100; Tadgh Waugh 100; Daniel Duell 125; Brendan Freeman 100; Craig Jones 100,100,123,140; Damien Pumpa 100; Wade Potter 100; and Ben Trudgett 156.
Shane Haddy recorded the highest peg out for the week for the men with a score of 102 while Kylie Tiffen’s peg out of 26 was the best for the women.