Pink Elephant are the League’s dark horses

HI all. It was the second catch-up week, and we got through a few games, but there are still more to go. Some of the outstanding matches involve teams that played elsewhere, so they couldn’t do any catching-up.

But I believe more are planned for this week, so that will help with league positions, for handicapping.

Just for a change, we will go to Division 2 first, and The Club House, who had the Pink Elephant team to entertain.

It’s worth noting that the Pink Elephant are sitting in second spot, but they have two games in hand on leaders Club Activo, so losing 5-3 to them is no disgrace for The Club House, and, as Lynn Hind said, it was clearly a very good night.

“Wow what a fantastic night at The Club House. Great night with fun, laughter and good food. Thank you so much to the whole team. Some great darts were thrown tonight well done everyone. Xx”

Back to leaders Club Activo, who were at home to Ourplace Playgirls, and I don’t need to tell you what happened, because I always have Graham’s words to quote:

“Activo v Playgirls 7-1 to Activo! Trebles to Activo!
Well, where do we start? Four ladies and a gentleman arrived to play, and the match was like a rollercoaster’s ups, downs, twists and turns.

It didn’t help that it was Sergio’s birthday! Great night of darts, and the girls loved the battered sausage. LOL.”

I was going to leave it at that, but there has to be questions to answer: why was there only one battered sausage? How many girls were sharing it, and how big was it? Surely it was a whopper!

Palms Sports Bar travelled to Pas O’Nadas, and taking the trebles meant that they also took a 5-3 away result for the Palms.

A couple of Division 1 games, starting with Loch Inn Bullseye’s first match from their new home, which is Busteva Bar, middle square, San Blas, very close to the taxi rank, making it both easy to find, and easy to stagger to a taxi from, after the match.

Anyway, they welcomed Waterfall, and took the trebles, to hold out for a worthy draw.

In the other division one match, Pas O’Nadas International,

who are smiling in the picture, Hang on, they’re all smiling, except the one on the end. Well, International are the ones in white shirts. They had the visit of Gaffers # Team Hollywood to contend with, and again, the trebles proved decisive. But  they took a 5-3 home win, Lazaro from Pas O’Nadas International, registering the team’s first 180 for the season, in the process.

Draw for The Canarian Weekly

Naughty Nautas v Ourplace Playgirls
Sandy’s Bandits v Waterfall
Mad Hatters v Pas O’Nadas A
Ourplace Breakaways v Ourplace Playboys
Club Activo v Sandy’s Bookie Boys
The Club House v Palms Sports Bar
Emerald Lounge v Pas O Nadas International
Loch In Bullseyes v Scooters & Chevys B
Suters 20:30 Crew v Emerald B
Pink Elephant v The Pub
Pas O Nadas v Picasso’s

The following teams have a bye, into the second round
Scooters & Chevy’s A, Marilyns, Sundowners, Clouseaus,
Gaffers # Team Hollywood

Games to be played next Friday (8th Nov), and good luck to all.

Any questions, and I’m sure Jackie Higgs will have the answers. She’ll be so pleased that I’ve put that in the paper.




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