This year’s Legion Cribbage League award recipients. From left is Phil Jones

Legion ends dart and cribbage seasons

The local branch of the Royal Canadian wrapped up both their dart and cribbage seasons this past couple weeks, with awards nights commemorating the events.

The local branch of the Royal Canadian wrapped up both their dart and cribbage seasons this past couple weeks, with awards nights commemorating the events.

Both cribbage and darts league seasons run from October through to April, with darts taking place every Monday night and cribbage taking place every Thursday night.

The following are the results of the awards nights:

Cribbage results

• Overall winner: Vic Shaw

– 24,669

• First place men: Vic Shaw

– 24,669

• Second place men: Larry

Kazikoff – 24,551

• Third place men: Rune

Bergstrom – 24, 455

• First place ladies: Joan

Webb – 24,624

• Second place ladies: Judy

Black – 24,409

• Third place ladies: Sandy

Harrison – 24,401

• Most skunks men: George

Rowbottom – 27

• Most skunks ladies: Gwen

Evans, Same Jones, Billie

Olson – 19

• 28 hand: Phil Jones, Joe

Sawchuck, and Joan Webb

Darts results

• First in men for most high

scores and wins – Rick

Bates.

• Second in mens most wins –

Terry Olson

• First in ladies for most high

scores and wins –Bonnie

Willey

• Second in ladies for most

wins –Lola Sinclair

• Second in ladies for most

high scores – Wilma Row

bottom

• 180 pin – Brian Avery

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