BDO Canadian Open -- Scores

Dec 14 - 18, 2011

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Mike McEwen
Winnipeg, MB
   0  2  0  1  0  1  1  X  5  
Jeff Stoughton
Winnipeg, MB
     0  0  1  0  1  0  0  X  2  
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#Shots Points Diff /5 Sweep /10 PCT
4:  Mike McEwen
16
67
2.20 3.5 88%
3:  B.J. Neufeld
16
66
2.10 2.9 87%
2:  Matt Wozniak
16
59
1.74 3.5 76%
1:  Denni Neufeld
16
58
1.26 3.7 73%
 TEAM TOTALS 64 250 1.82 3.4 81%

#Shots Points Diff /5 Sweep /10 PCT
4:  Jeff Stoughton
15
57
2.24 3.8 81%
3:  Jon Mead
16
61
2.28 2.1 81%
2:  Reid Carruthers
16
60
2.02 3.3 78%
1:  Steve Gould
16
65
1.16 4.2 82%
 TEAM TOTALS 63 243 1.92 3.3 80%

End 8
  16: Jeff Stoughton (Stoughton) throws No Shot
  15: Mike McEwen (McEwen) throws out-turn hit double: 5/5, DoD: 1.08, SWP: 100%
  14: Jeff Stoughton (Stoughton) throws out-turn hit double: 4/5, DoD: 1.08, SWP: 0%
  13: Mike McEwen (McEwen) throws in-turn hit double avoid backing: 3/5, DoD: 1.13, SWP: 66%
  12: Jon Mead (Stoughton) throws out-turn freeze: 5/5, DoD: 1.10, SWP: 33%
  11: B.J. Neufeld (McEwen) throws in-turn peel: 5/5, DoD: 1.02, SWP: 66%
  10: Jon Mead (Stoughton) throws in-turn draw around guard: 5/5, DoD: 1.05, SWP: 66%
  9: B.J. Neufeld (McEwen) throws in-turn hit and roll: 3/5, DoD: 1.05, SWP: 0%
  8: Reid Carruthers (Stoughton) throws in-turn draw around guard: 5/5, DoD: 1.05, SWP: 66%
  7: Matt Wozniak (McEwen) throws out-turn peel: 5/5, DoD: 1.02, SWP: 33%
  6: Reid Carruthers (Stoughton) throws out-turn draw around guard: 5/5, DoD: 1.05, SWP: 66%
  5: Matt Wozniak (McEwen) throws out-turn tick: 0/5, DoD: 1.10, SWP: 33%
  4: Steve Gould (Stoughton) throws out-turn guard: 5/5, DoD: 1.00, SWP: 33%
  3: Denni Neufeld (McEwen) throws out-turn draw: 5/5, DoD: 1.00, SWP: 33%
  2: Steve Gould (Stoughton) throws in-turn guard: 5/5, DoD: 1.00, SWP: 0%
  1: Denni Neufeld (McEwen) throws out-turn draw: 5/5, DoD: 1.00, SWP: 33%
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