Peninsula Dart Line
By Glenn Campbell and Delynn Barton
Here’s your story. And so it should be told.
Week one was for us, so you get to know.
Week two was for the players, and the coaches now know.
Week three was for others; who read and deserve to know.
Week four and five are the team stats.
Here are the scores, let this be that.
Week four and five are upon us. By combining two weeks, we hope to catch up as best we can due to numerous requests.
During week four competition, in Division One, The Rock Lobsters won against Curran’s Vagabonds by a score of 10-9. The Blackwater Dragons defeated the Raintower Lost and Found in the range of 12-7. The Buckshots, scoring four points, were unable to destroy the faith of the Altar Boys, who racked up 15 points.
In Division Two, The Harbor Light Hyenas gnawed at the bones of the Grassy Point Smoothies scoring 13-6. The RBI Silly Boys felt Kellys’ Rage, being defeated 18-1. The New World Order, coming in with a vengeance, scored 14 points to overpower The Sinners, who managed to score five. Healy’ Pynns and Needles stuck it to Malone’s Lethal Weapons, leaving the match with 14-5. "Healy’s second division team should be in the first division" commented Bobo.
Down at Division Three, The Catholic Club’s Choir Boys sang a tune of 15, to take the honey from the Beestingers, who managed to score four points. The Blue Knights managed to evade the shots of The Hitmen, defeating them 14-5. Danny Diver and Mickey Hennesey, known as the Mountain Men, defeated their opponents in doubles 501. Danny was overheard saying, "Mick the Lick has strong shoulders. He carried me the whole game." Law and Disorder fell victim to The Drive by Shooters, being shot down 10-9.
In Division Four, the On the Waterfront Piranhas chewed up the Kerry Hills Dan Paddy Andys. The final score was 14-5. The RBI Rangers could not protect their woods from Kellys’ Heros, being defeated 13-6. The Freebirds, scoring 11 points, soared to victory over The Yada Yadas, who scored eight points. Congratulations to Debbie Pritchard of The Yada Yadas, 17 dart 401 game, and James Kalisak of Kellys’ Heros, 170, who both aided their respective teams.
During week five’s match-ups, The Rock Lobsters took the wind from the sails of The Dragons, defeating them 13-6. Mike from the Dragons is "looking forward to the rematch." Lost and Found were misplaced again; losing to The Vagabonds 12-7. Despite a valiant effort Healy’s Havoc, scoring seven points, could not riot against the Blackwater Buckshots scoring 12 points. Jim Healy, scoring a ton, credited his fine shooting to the darts he purchased from Gerald Bair at The Blackwater. The Kirwins, visiting from England, found that darts is alive and well in Rockaway.
In Division two, Kellys’ Rage paved the road for The Smoothies, overpowering them 15-4. The Lethal Weapons, scoring four points, could not penetrate the defenses of The Sinners, who managed 15 points. The New World Order defeated The Pynns and Needles by a score of 12-7.
Meanwhile in the third division, The Drive By Shooters shot down the Blue Knights, getting off 15 points to the Knights 4. James Mooney, of the Knights, managed to compete scoring a 162, a 3C, and an R7. In Division four, the Yada Yadas talked a good game against Dan Paddy Andys, defeating them 13-6. Kellys’ Heros, scoring 15, were able to survive The Insane Asylum, scoring 5. The Freebirds could not take flight and were eaten alive by The Piranhas, 11-8. The Lunachicks were not able penetrate into The Rangers fields. That final was 12-7.
For those who are reading, you already know
Mid season is upon, the tournament is a go.
Not only as writers, but as players you know
We love this game, and we speak to you so
We’ll cover you in black and white, and here you will know
We’ll uncover you in color, for your deeds they will show.
Just a reminder, the benefit for Mike Nolan is occurring today, Saturday, October 16, at the Knights of Columbus between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. One of us will try to be there.