Naked Fish Ridin’Darrty takes A division crown


Naked Fish Ridin’Darrty players pose for a photo before playing in the A division of the Bud Light-Saipan Electronic Darts Association Winter/Spring 2016 League last week. (Contributed Photo)

The Naked Fish Ridin’Darrty did not mind losing its final match since it still topped the A division of the Bud Light-Saipan Electronic Darts Association Winter/Spring 2016 League.

Ridin’Darrty dropped a 9-8 game against 6JMS Mafia last week at their home bar in Susupe.

Ridin’Darrty was pretty much in control of its match after Charlie Peters and Daryl Brennan defeated Gilbert Gatmaitan and Ray Cepeda in the first Partners 701 event for a 7-4 count. Mafia, however, won five of its last six matchups to sneak away with the victory.

Alfred Hocog and Joker Camacho downed James Benavente and June Nunez to spark Mafia’s comeback. Hocog also bowed to Peters in the Singles Regular Cricket for Mafia’s other loss.

The Ridin’Darrty finished with a 168-104, two wins ahead of the 6JMS Predators’ 166-106 slate. The Jokers 81 Shockers came in third after compiling a 156-116 record.

The Predators, in other matches, completed a 15-2 dumping of the Hunters, while the 6JMS Sakude also won in similar scores, against Oleai No Fear. The 81 Shockers drubbed the 101 Proofers 12-5.

The Ridin’Darrty will begin its Bud Light Cup title drive tonight against the Predators. A win will move them to a meeting with the 81 Shockers next week.

Tuesday B
• Hot Points 8, Chamberos 7
• Northern Lights 10, Shooters 5
• Dabarkads 11, Warriors 4
• Spartans 11, 21 Shockers 4

C division
• Puntan I Langit 13, Jump It 2
• C-Busters 12, Just Dart It 3
• C-Spartans 11, Mixed Nuts 4
• Managaha Boys 10, Blue Koi 5

• Dart Daddies 10, Pythons 7
• Nakayoshi 13, Darteros 4

Thursday Fanihi
• Dragons 13, Parakeyu 2
• Mafia II 13, Ta Chagi Talo! 2
• Life After Darts 10, Preba Darts 5
• Team Fearless 9, Dart Vader 6

Flame Tree B
• Na’Gupu 8, Em-Techs 7
• Serial Killaz 10, No Fear 5
• Latte Sparts 14, Kyodai 1
• Ridin’Darrty 15, Oneshot 0

Jon Perez | Reporter
Jon Perez began his writing career as a sports reporter in the Philippines where he has covered local and international events. He became a news writer when he joined media network ABS-CBN. He joined the weekly DAWN, University of the East’s student newspaper, while in college.

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