Dart players on target

The 11th annual Winterfest Dart tournament hit the Penticton Elks Lodge Feb. 18 to 19.

Concentration is evident on the face of dart player Mike Meaney of Penticton as he takes careful aim launching his dart at the annual Winterfest Dart tournament Saturday

The 11th annual Winterfest Dart tournament hit the Penticton Elks Lodge Feb. 18 to 19. 

Participants competed in the mixed doubles, toe line, men’s and ladies singles and men’s and ladies doubles. 

Penticton’s Bob and Ginny Baker won the mixed doubles and were followed by Mike Meaney and Missy Kolbe and in third was Penticton’s Flo Wiseman teaming up with Amarjit Jhaj of Abbotsford.

Vernon’s Wayne Morrison won the men’s singles event and was followed by Keith Birch of Penticton and Vernon’s Paul Cavanagh. 

Penticton dominated the men’s doubles category as Ken Evans and Bob Baker placed first, while Alex Forsyth and Doug Roberts were second. In third was Morrison and Cavanagh. 

The ladies singles champ is Leslie Donchi of Kamlooops, while Penticton’s Dee Jalava was second and Donna Krumm of Kamloops was third. In ladies doubles, Wiseman and Marion Smith won, with Krumm and Donchi second and Heather Sinclair and Patricia Mavor in third.


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