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Iluka darts

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The Iluka Bowls Social Dart Club met on Thursday May 30 with 19 players for the evening. 

Winners where Sheriff Hollindale and Desiree Auer with the maximum 12 points; runners up where Peter Millar and Joyce Broker with 11 points. 

Men’s highest score was Peter Millar with 100; highest peg was Sheriff Hollindale with 41.

Ladies highest score was Shirley Hollindale with 156; highest peg was Bree with 77.  

Meat trays winners: Wendy Smith, Bree x 3, Wayne Mocker x2, Jean Millar, Susie Smith, Nicole and Sheriff Hollindale. End of month seafood tray winner was Sarah Auer. 

The Iluka Bowls Social Dart Club meet on every Thursday night; if you are a local or a holiday marker and would like a friendly game of social darts just be at the Iluka Bowls Club by 7pm to register; cost is only $6 to play and darts can be supplied by the club. There are cash and drink vouchers to be won every week. 

Sheriff Hollindale 

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