Woo Hoos still top of Division Two of the Exmouth and District Darts League

PUBLISHED: 09:48 20 February 2014

Darts

Darts

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Exmouth and District Darts League latest tables

The Exmouth and District Darts League

Men’s championship.

Division One P W L F A Pts

Hollytree A 16 16 0 119 25 151

BSFC 16 14 2 102 42 130

Some Keyants 16 12 4 105 39 129

ETAFC 16 8 8 65 79 81

Kings Arms A 16 7 9 66 78 80

Fec N Lers 16 6 10 62 82 74

Maltsters* 16 6 10 56 88 68

Mariners 16 3 13 52 92 58

Bumbles 16 4 12 49 95 57

Beach* 16 2 14 34 110 38

Division Two P W L F A Pts

Woo Hoos 14 13 1 95 31 121

Rockbottoms 14 11 3 82 44 104

Phoenix 15 5 10 62 73 72

The Arms 14 6 8 58 68 70

Dukes of Havoc* 14 6 8 57 69 69

Hollytree B 14 7 7 54 72 68

Rascals 14 5 9 58 68 68

Pilot* 14 7 7 47 79 61

Dart Vaders 15 2 13 53 82 57

Division Three P W L F A Pts

Ding Bats 12 10 2 73 35 93

Feathers 12 8 4 66 42 82

Chav’s Army 12 7 5 59 49 73

Kings Arms B 13 7 6 58 59 72

Exiles 12 6 6 59 49 71

Country House 11 5 6 47 52 57

Haymakers 11 2 9 36 63 40

Highest shot out to day: M Evens (Hollytree) with 160

* Late Card ** 2 points deducted as per Playing Rule 8

Ladies’ Championship

Division One P W L F A Pts

Kings Arms 17 14 3 52 33 80

Phoenix Girls 17 13 4 52 33 78

Pink Panters 17 8 9 44 41 60

Chuckettes* 17 6 11 37 48 49

Hustlers 17 5 12 35 50 45

Moveabouts 17 4 13 31 54 39

Division Two P W L F A Pts

Country House A* 14 8 6 37 33 53

Phoenix FXs 13 7 6 34 31 48

Feathers 13 5 8 32 33 42

The Huzzies* 13 7 6 27 38 41

Tart Darts* 13 1 12 18 47 20

Division Three P W L F A Pts

Beach 14 10 4 42 28 62

Red Arrows 13 8 5 37 28 53

Country House B 14 6 8 38 32 50

Holly Birds 13 8 5 32 33 48

Maltsters* 14 1 13 18 52 20

Highest Shot-out to date: J Ager (Phoenix FX) with 109.

* Late Card ** 2 points deducted as per Playing Rule 9


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