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Bulls Hitters beat Amari’s Like a G4, 14-1

THE 6JMS Bulls Hitters still hold a seat in the top five in the C Division of the 2018 SEDA Bud Light Dart League after collecting their 98th win against Amari’s Like A G4 14-1 last Wednesday held at Jonny’s Bar.

Like A G4 first took control earning the opening win of the 301 match.

But as soon as the Bulls Hitter found their rhythm, they never looked back.

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Jonny’s Bulls Hitters pose after their victory over Amari’s Like A G4 during last Wednesday’s game of the 2018 SEDA Bud Light Dart League at Jonny’s Bar.  Contributed photo

The Bulls Hitters started off claiming the remaining three rounds of the opening match to quickly snatch the lead 3-1.

No matter what Like A G4 did to cook up a rally, the Bulls Hitters were able to deny their return.

Sweep after sweep the Bulls Hitters gathered the next 13 wins with ease putting Like a G4 out of reach early in the game to triumph with struggle 14-1.

The 6JMS Dart Vaders joined the winners’ circle as they outlasted Amari’s Wettzside 8-7.

Wettzside seemed to have the money in the bag as they swept the Partners Crazy Cricket and Partners 501 matches for the 6-2 advantage.

But when Wettzside lowered their guard, the Dart Vaders struck back with a 4-win sweep during the Singles Regular Cricket to tie the game 6-6.

It all came down to the final Team 1101 match where Mike Ito, Dennis Moses, Zack Cruz and Warden Emul triumphed to grasp the win needed to take the game 8-7.

Jonny’s Werpa pulled a huge upset stealing the win against River Shots 9-6.

Jonny’s Werpa’s early started was the key to victory.

After a clean sweep at the opening match for the 4-0 lead, Werpa concentrated on holding their ground despite River Shots’ efforts splitting the remaining matches to take the win 9-6.

Top seed 6JMS Bulldogs still hold a strong 100-win record as they easily took down Amari’s Bull-It 13-2.