2001-04-07 / Sports

Peninsula Dart League: The C.C. Split

Peninsula Dart League: The C.C. Split

Contributed by Chris Knott

The third week of the season finally had the two Catholic Club teams in different places and getting away from the Sinners, may have helped the Choir Boys.

After two disappointing weeks, with the Sinners in the same bar, the Choir Boys had an outstanding match against Malone's.

Everyone came to play and it showed with a 14-5 win over Malone's.  Tommy Dice broke out of his slump and was the hero for the night.  He went 4-0 on the night, and doubled out in 601 to win the game and match.  In single cricket, Stray Dog lost a heartbreaker in the first game, but Cut Throat Cam won the second match to tie the score early.

  Then B-Mac, who is in training for the Sugar Bowl dart league, won his match as did Hill Billy Jim, which was his first win of the season.  In the 501 matches, Stray Dog, and the nameless wonder (Larry Deemer- La-Redeemer) won the first match, and was followed with another win by Tommy Dice and Hill Billy Jim.(2 wins in a row for Hill Billy)

In the 401 matches, B-Mac was crushed by his opponent.  La-Deemer shot an excellent game and won his match. Looks like the nameless wonder is picking up his game. Big Guy Bri, lost again. Tommy Dice finished 401 with another win.  Big Guy Bri and Stray Dog were teamed up in the first double cricket, and threw well, but lost a tough one.  Then Tommy Dice, and Cut throat Cam won their match to make the score 11-5.  With the match in hand, Coach Hill Billy allowed B-Mac, AKA The Mush, to play in the 601 with Tommy Dice and Cut Throat Cam.  B-Mac picked up his game and doubled in with a ton, and Tommy Dice ended it a little while later.  All star points for the Choir Boys: Stray Dog- 2 (3C's) B-Mac ton- Cassidy (R6)- Cut Throat (3C)- and Hill Billy Jim had a ton11.

In division 3, the Sinners traveled to P.J. Curran's on 116th street. Going into the night's matches, three Sinners were undefeated in the first two weeks, but that would quickly change against the tough Curran's team.  E Z E started off the night with a win, but that was followed by 3 consecutive losses by Right Said Fred, KJ Bling Bling, and Big Poppa Stump.  The losses by Right Said Fred, and Big Poppa Stump, saw their undefeated streaks come to an abrupt end.  Then E Z E's undefeated streak came to an end with a loss in 501 with Terry T-Bone.  The other 501 game saw Right Said Fred, and Bling Bling lose a competitive match.

With the score 7-1, and the 3 undefeated streaks broken, Coach Stump and Right Said Fred, started rapping a little L.L, "Don't Call it A Comeback.", and the team followed suit.  Big Poppa Stump started the comeback with a win in 401, then was followed by consecutive wins by Bling Bling, T-Bone, and Right Said Fred.  T-Bone threw a great game, which gave herself and the team the confidence to make a tremendous comeback.

  In the double cricket matches, the Sinners threw the pairing of E Z E and Right Said Fred in the first match, and the chubby duo of Stump and Bling Bling.  E Z E and Fred were fired up and it showed as they both threw exceptionally well scored the victory. Then the chubby duo followed their lead, and stayed on top of the match the entire time.  KJ won it by hitting 3 corks on 4 darts.  The match is all tied up now, going into 601.  The Sinners secret weapon, Mr. Officer, showed up, during the match, but was not put in the 601 game due to the decision of the team. The tremendous trio of E Z E, Stump, and T-Bone, played a hard fought game.  The battle for 601 and the match went back and forth.  The tension was building, with every throw. No one wanted to lose, but unfortunately someone had to. On this night, it would not the Sinners. Stump ended the game on a double 3, to make the comeback complete, like Brazil.  The Sinners won a great battle against Curran's. All-Star Points - Curran's- Colm- (R7) Ton, John- (R7), (Ton3), (3C)- Tom Ton)-- Sinners- E Z E (4C) Big Poppa Stump (R7)…

That's the Bottom Line, Cuz Don Zimmer Said So. Finally, she was not there, again


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