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Pool league winds up season

Fuzz Busters comes out on top in Sooke Pool League play

The Sooke Pool League held a season wind-up dinner at the Legion on May 10. From October to April the four local teams challenged each other weekly. Each team had six players, at least one of them had to be a female. The competition throughout the season was fast paced and enjoyable with a lot of camaraderie and laughs.

The season winner was team two, the Fuzz Bustera, made up of Fuzzy Fedosenko, Captain, Dennis Pearson, Bill Davidson, Bill Schoemeyer, Wayne Foulds, Jane Stewart, Bev McGirr,  Chris Reburn. Ken MacDonald’s team number one placed second. Team three was third and team four was fourth.

The pool league will be starting up again in October, but pool games are played regularly at the Sooke Legion. More teams, more fun. If you want to play, there is a drop in pool tournament the second Sunday of each month. The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 54 is located at 6726 Eustace Road.

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