With some of the best dead eye shooters in the Highlands, the Mittagong RSL hosted another night of Mittagong District Darts Association.
The basic rules to darts are as follows,
In a game of 501 the object is for one player or a team to be the first to reach zero from starting total of 501.
In simple terms, after three darts are thrown, the throwing player subtracts the total scored from his current total until he reaches zero.
In order to reach zero each player must finish by throwing a double.
If player one has 36 remaining he must hit double 18 to win, while if player two has 45 remaining he must hit single 5, double 20 to win or a another combination of scores provided the final dart scores on a double.
This week it was Rhonda's Kookas taking on Toon Squad in the semi-finals before next weeks grand final.
One team would advance and one would go home.
In a skilled, well shot display, Rhonda's Kookas defeated Toon Squad 6 -1 to advance to next Wednesday's final.
Andrew Casson said "a big thanks to Bonnie Rae and Benny for helping out with the scoring and Dick for helping the week before.
"Next Wednesday we will have our grand final between Kookas and Rhonda's Kookas."
The Mittagong District Darts Association have a new competition starting up on Wednesday the June 18 and are looking for more teams or individual players that they can put into teams.
The cost of registration is $25 for the year plus $5 per night.
All teams need to hand in team nomination forms on grand final night at the latest.