Double Trouble scores big win in darts round three

Great night: The Shoeless team of Marcus McKenner, Cam Hay, Dick Hay, Trev Hay and Daff McKenner enjoyed round three of EMDA Darts.

Echuca Moama Darts Association

In first division Double Trouble, winning its first game, had a big night out defeating P*ssheads 9-2.

Misfits had a comfortable 8-3 win against Projectile Dysfunction and in the final match Hasbeens, also winning its first game, took care of The Shoeless, also 8-3.

The only change in the ladder saw Hasbeens move from equal fourth down to fifth despite its win.

Second division leaders Pastoral Warriors had another big 9-2 win over Passouts who slipped from second to fourth on the ladder.

Ocheholics had its first win beating Tonny Terror 8-3 to move up to second place. Pastoral Pirates had the bye.

Individual highlights

There were 6 x 180s thrown with Brett Hodges throwing two of them, and Andrew Beaumont, Cal Burt, Dylan Oaff and Max Crilly all one each.

Michael Bajowski didn’t throw a 180 this round, however he threw 14 tons or more, many of them 140s.

He also had the shortest leg with 15 darts, had a high peg of 101 and he topped the averages with an impressive 29.47.

The highest peg went to Max Crilly with a 112 out shot.

No 180s were thrown in second division.

Neil Templer topped the ton list with 7, Rob Molnar had the best average with 17.43 and the high peg went Ebonie Gill and Sammi McVickers, both with 72.

Sammi had the shortest leg with 24 darts.

EMDA is going digital

The association recently purchased 11 Samsung Galaxy tablets so it can move into the electronic age.

Each team will be allocated a tablet as a scoring aid.

The remainder of this season will be used as practice in using the tablets and it is hoped that we will connect to DartConnect next season.

This will give instantaneous results to anyone wishing to log on to the internet, as well as keeping an eye on one’s own achievements.

There will be a handover and training night in the near future.

We are still waiting for the wall mounts and protective sleeves to arrive.

Pastoral Inn Hotel Motel Premier League

We are still looking for players for the Monday night Pastoral Premier League.

It doesn’t matter what standard you are, all levels are catered for.

If you’re interested in playing, phone 0429 943 450 or email as soon as possible.

We won’t be able to start this until we have the numbers.

It’s a great way to improve your game as we only play singles matches.

Meat raffle

All players are urged to get down to the Pastoral Hotel on Thursday between 5pm and 7pm to participate in the raffle.

So far we’ve raised more than $2400.

Support the association and support the pub that supports us.

Don’t forget all your dart accessory needs are now available at the Pastoral Hotel.