Granisle Darts Tournament

Granisle hosted their Annual Dart Tournament on June 3 and 4, 2011. Participants came from Prince George, Burns Lake, Topley, Houston, Telkwa, Smithers, Terrace, Kitimat, Prince Rupert, and Granisle.

Granisle hosted their Annual Dart Tournament on June 3 and 4, 2011. Participants came from Prince George, Burns Lake, Topley, Houston, Telkwa, Smithers, Terrace, Kitimat, Prince Rupert, and Granisle.

The winners were as follows:

Mixed Doubles

1 – Emil and Joanne Brochu (Prince George)

2 – Shane Wadden and Erica Corfe (Smithers)

3 – (shared) Roy Maidment and Robin McGuire (Prince George) and John Green and Shirley Cain (Prince George)

Ladies Singles

1 – Carolyn Castle (Topley)

2 – Sharon Cormier (Smithers)

3 – (shared) Judy Hunter (Granisle) and Tamie Buckles (Smithers)

Mens Singles

1 – John Green (Prince Rupert)

2 – Rob Cormier (Smithers)

 

3 – (shared) Roy Maidment (Prince George) and Emil Brochu (Prince George)

 

Ladies Doubles

 

1 – Carolyn Castle and Kirsty Hall (Topley/Smithers)

 

2 – Tamie Buckles and Jody Enders (Smithers)

 

3 – (shared) Joanne Brochu and Robin McGuire (Prince George) and Judy Hunter and Sharon Cormier (Granisle/Smithers)

 

Mens Doubles

 

1 – Emil Brochu and Roy Maidment (Prince George)

 

2 – Lloyd Miller and Bill Ransone (Prince George)

 

3 (shared) Rob Cormier and Stan Granda (Smithers) and Rick Moyer and Edmund Benoit (Burns Lake)

 

Total payout for the weekend was $1570.00. The tournament was a huge success with thanks to all darters who drove a great distance to participate. Special thanks to the Granisle Curling Club, Bill’s Restaurant, the Granisle volunteers for setting up and tearing down the boards. your efforts are appreciated.

 

The winner of the lottery board was Jean Vessey from Burns Lake and the BBQ basket was won by Zarna Dilley from Granisle.

 

Hope to see everyone again next year! Have a safe and great summer!

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