Beach lead the way in Division Two of the Exmouth Darts League

PUBLISHED: 15:01 14 November 2012

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The latest tables from the Exmouth and District Darts League

Exmouth & District Dart League

Ladies’ league table 2012-2013 (up to and including November 7, 2012)

Div One P W L F A Pts

RAFA Girls 8 6 2 27 13 39

Moveabouts 8 7 1 23 17 37

Willows 8 5 3 26 14 36

Pink Panters 8 4 4 18 22 26

Tarts Darts 8 4 4 17 23 23!!**

Country House A 7 3 4 17 18 23

Feathers 6 3 3 15 15 21

Hustlers 7 2 5 17 18 21

JC Bees 8 2 6 14 26 18

Phoenix FX’s 8 1 7 13 27 15

Div Two

Kings Arms 7 6 1 24 11 36

Chuckettes 7 6 1 23 12 35

Heavitree Huzzies 8 6 2 21 19 33*

Red Arrows 7 2 5 17 18 21

Holly Birds 7 3 4 12 23 18

Globetrotters 7 1 6 16 19 18

AJ Angels 7 2 5 15 20 17***

Maltsters 7 2 5 13 22 17

County House B 7 1 6 9 26 11

Gee RAFs (withdrawn from league – all games a bye)

Highest shot-out to date P Sellick 100 (Hustlers)

Men’s league table 2012-2013 (up to and including November 5, 2012)

Div One P W L F A Pts

Some Keyants 7 7 0 53 10 67

BSFC 6 4 2 34 20 42

RAFA 7 5 2 30 33 40

Kings Arms A 7 4 3 31 32 39

Fec N Lers 7 3 4 26 37 32

Maltsters 7 2 5 27 36 31

Dukes of Havoc 7 2 5 22 41 26

Mariners 6 1 5 17 37 19

The Arms 7 0 7 14 49 14

Div Two

Beach 7 7 0 39 24 53

Fat Jax 7 5 2 42 21 52

ETAFC A 7 4 3 39 24 47

Rascals 7 4 3 35 28 43

Phoenix A 7 3 4 34 29 40

Haymakers 7 3 4 29 34 35

Hollytree B 7 3 4 28 35 34

Pilot A 7 3 4 25 38 31

Dart Vaders 7 2 5 25 38 29

The Withies 7 1 6 19 44 21

Div Three

Woo Hoos 7 7 0 46 17 60

Chav’s Army 7 5 2 41 22 51

Rockbottoms 7 5 2 37 26 47

Phoenix B 7 4 3 35 28 43

Feathers 7 4 3 34 29 42

Heavitree B 7 3 4 27 36 33

Exiles 7 3 4 23 40 29*

Ding Bats 7 2 5 25 38 29

Clinton 7 1 6 22 41 24

Kings Arms 7 0 7 20 43 20

Highest shot-out to date J Howarth 160 (BSFC)

* late card

** 2 points deducted as per playing rule 8

!! result depending on players’ registration


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