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Top Men 2015/16
Cody Harris 51pts
Greg Moss 48pts
Craig Caldwell 38pts
Mark Cleaver 31pts
Mark McGrath 26pts
John Kelly 16pts
Bernie Smith 16pts
Warren Parry 14pts
Mike Day 13pts
Peter Hunt 13pts
Steve Padget 11pts
Brian Steed 10pts

Top Women 2015/16
Tina Osborne 66pts
Sha Hohipa 46pts
Jo Steed 36pts
Peggy Wikaira 23pts
Judy Fenton 22pts
Chris Hay 21pts
Desi Mercer 18pts
Taylor-Marsh Kahaki 16pts
Jannette Jonathan 13pts
Jane Harrington 12pts

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Counties Manukau's Cody Harris and Gisborne's Sha Hohipa take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Ted Clements Memorial Open Singles Titles

2017 NZDC Calendar [Click Here]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 26th November: It is with great sadness that we at New Zealand Darts Council have to report the sudden passing Tony (Bones) Bull. Tony played for Kapi Mana Darts Assn.
Tony (Bones) Bull - Sjanna Bootten's photo

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 15th November: No change at the top of the NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament the Ted Clements Memorial, with Counties Manukau's Cody Harris is still Men's No1 from Wairarapa's Greg Moss and West City's Tina Osborne still holds the Ladies No1 spot from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa.

[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau, BDO World Trophy and Lakeside 2017 Season.

Winmau Qualifiers (After 2 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Mark McGrath
2. Cody Harris
Ladies
1. Desi Mercer
2. Sha Hohipa
[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 2 Tournaments)
1. Mark McGrath 22pts
2. Cody Harris 20pts
2. Greg Moss 20pts
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2017 (After 7 Tournaments)
1. Greg Moss 68pts
2. Cody Harris 56pts
3. Mark Cleaver 48pts
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 15th November: Counties Manukau's Cody Harris and Gisborne's Sha Hohipa take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Ted Clements Memorial Open Singles titles in Levin over the weekend.

Men's Final: Cody Harris (Counties Manukau) 6 - 2 Greg Moss (Wairarapa) 
Ladies Final:  Sha Hohipa (Gisborne) 6 - 4 Tina Osborne (West City) 


Men's Semi Finals: Cody Harris beat Mick Lacey 5 - 3 and Greg Moss beat Mark Cleaver 5 - 4.
Ladies Semi Finals: Sha Hohipa beat Michaela Makiha 5 - 3 and  Tina Osborne beat Judy Fenton 5 - 2.


[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 25th October: Change at the top of the Men's NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament the Alan King Memorial, with Counties Manukau's Cody Harris taking that spot from Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell. There is no change at the top of the Ladies Rankings with West City's Tina Osborne still holding the Ladies No1 spot from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa.

[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau, BDO World Trophy and Lakeside 2017 Season.

Winmau Qualifiers (After 1 Tournament)
Men's
1. Mark McGrath
Ladies
1. Desi Mercer
[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 1 Tournament)
1. Mark McGrath 14pts
2. Warren Parry 12pts
3. Craig Caldwell 10pts
3. Mike Day 10pts
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2017 (After 6 Tournaments)
1. Greg Moss 56pts
2. Cody Harris 42pts
3. Mark Cleaver 38pts
3. Peter Hunt 38pts
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 22nd October: Palmerston North's Mark McGrath and Southland's Desi Mercer take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Alan King Memorial Open Singles titles in Dunedin over the weekend.


Men's Final: Mark McGrath (Palmerston North) 5 - 4 Warren Parry (Southland)
Ladies Final:  Desi Mercer (Southland) 5 - 3 Sha Hohipa (Gisborne


Men's Semi Finals: Mark McGrath beat Craig Caldwell 4 - 3 and Warren Parry beat Mike Day 4 - 1.
Ladies Semi Finals: Desi Mercer beat Peggy Wikaira 4 - 3 and Sha Hohipa beat Jo Steed 4 - 2.


[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 9th October:

It is with great sadness and heavy heart we hear of the tragic passing of Maurice & Mona O’Donnell.

Past Secretary and recently retired Chairman of Region 3 King Country Waikato area.

Both Maurice and Mona will be dearly missed may they both rest in peace.

 

                    

 

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 27th September: NEW ZEALAND DARTS COUNCIL INC.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
DRUG TESTING AT NZ OPEN.

As you may or may not be aware, there was Drug Testing at the NZ Open i Rot\orua in August 2016. This testing was arranged by the World Darts Federation (WDF) with Drug Free NZ. The only involvement the NZ Darts Council had was to provide the list of tournaments available and is not involved in any way with the results of the Tests.

We have been informed by the WDF that no results of the tests will be published as they are deemed to be confidential between the WDF and the players concerned. It may take a few months before the tests are processed by WADA (the World Anti-Doping Association) due to the Olympics taking place at the same time. New Zealand is one of four countries affiliated to the WDF who were requested to arrange this Testing.

The Board of Directors have been approached by several concerned players and administrators of our sports. They have been told that NZDC have no information as to any results or issues at this time.

Until there is any action taken by the WDF and WADA, it will only be then that NZDC will be informed.


Bob Wilson
Chairman
NZ Darts Council


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 20th September: No change at the top of the Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest Ranking Tournament the Auckland Open. West City's Tina Osborne still holds the Ladies No1 from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa. The men have a tie at the top with Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell and Counties Manukau's Cody Harris both on 48 points.

[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau, BDO World Trophy and Lakeside 2016 Season.

Winmau Qualifiers (After 9 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Cody Harris
3. Mark Cleaver
4. Greg Moss
5. Mark McGrath
Ladies
1. Jane Harrington
2. Judy Fenton
3. Tina Osborne
4. Jo Steed
5. Sha Hohipa
[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 9 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 74pts
2. Greg Moss 74pts
3. Mark Cleaver 64pts
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2017 (After 5 Tournaments)
1. Greg Moss 48pts
2. Mark Cleaver 38pts
3. Cody Harris 36pts
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 20th September: Waitara's Mark Cleaver and Far North's Jo Steed take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Auckland Open Singles titles in Auckland over the weekend.


Men's Final: Mark Cleaver (Waitara) 6 - 1 Greg Moss (Wairarapa)
Ladies Final:  Jo Steed (Far North) 6 - 3 Tina Osborne (West City) 


Men's Semi Finals: Mark Cleaver beat Steve Doak 5 - 1 and Greg Moss beat Cody Harris 5 - 3.
Ladies Semi Finals: Jo Steed beat Sha Hohipa 5 - 3 and Tina Osborne beat Stacey Heavey 5 - 0.


[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 16th August: No change at the top of the NZDC Rankings after the latest Ranking Tournament held in Rotorua. West City's Tina Osborne is still Ladies No1 from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa and Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell still holds onto the No1 Men's spot from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris.

[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau, BDO World Trophy and Lakeside 2016 Season.

Winmau Qualifiers (After 8 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Cody Harris
3. Warren Parry
4. Greg Moss
5. Mark McGrath
Ladies
1. Jane Harrington
2. Judy Fenton
3. Tina Osborne
4. Desi Mercer
5. Sha Hohipa
[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 8 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 74pts
2. Greg Moss 62pts
3. Cody Harris 52pts
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2017 (After 4 Tournaments)
1. Greg Moss 36pts
2. Cody Harris 26pts
3. John Kelly 26pts
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council National Championships

Rotorua Events Centre ~ Rotorua

7th to 12th August 2016



 

Final Day

NEW ZEALAND TEAM


Men's
Cody Harris, Craig Caldwell, Wayne Carey and Greg Moss
         
Reserves Mark Cleaver and Ken Moir

Ladies
Tina Osborne, Shar Hohipa, Jannette Jonathan and Judy Fenton

Reserves Tara Mears and Jo Steed

 

New Zealand Community Trust TOURNAMENT TEAM MATCHES

 

Men's

Lions 33 - Pumas 26

Leopards 33 - Tigers 20 

Ladies

Hawke's 33 - Harriers 21

Falcons 33 - Eagles 31

 

Pat McCormick Ladies Singles

Tina Osborne Region 2 Auckland

NZDC Men's Pairs

Jason Ladbrook & Bernie Smith Region 14 Canterbury

 

[Full Results]

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Day 5

NZDC Ladies Pairs

Stacey Heavey & Colleen Curreen Region 2 Auckland

 John McCormick Memorial Men's Singles

Cody Harris Region 2 Auckland

[Full Results]

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Day 4

Puma New Zealand Open Ladies Singles Winner

Tina Osborne Region 2 Auckland

 

Puma New Zealand Open Men's Singles Winner

Cody Harris Region 2 Auckland

[Full Results]

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Day 3

NZDC Mixed Championship

Tina Osborne & Cody Harris Region 2 Auckland

[Full Results]

 

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Day 2

8th August 2016

 

NZDC Husband & Wife

Mr & Mrs Brian Steed Region 1 Northland

[Full Results]

 

NEW ZEALAND COMMUNITY TRUST

Region Teams Semi Finals and Final Men's and Ladies

 

Men's 1st Division

Auckland beat Canterbury 33 - 22

 

Men's 2nd Division

Bay of Plenty beat Wairarapa 33 - 6

 

Ladies 1st Division

Hutt beat Tasman 19 - 11

 

Ladies 2nd Division

Northland beat Canterbury 20 - 16

 

[Full Results]

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Day 1

7th August 2016

Craig Caldwell

Ces Purkis Memorial Personality Trophy Winner

 

NEW ZEALAND COMMUNITY TRUST

Region Teams Games

 

Men's

Section 1
Canterbury 1st
King Country/Waikato 2nd
Wairarapa 3rd
Aoraki 4th
Section 2
Auckland 1st
Capital 2nd
Bay of Plenty 3rd
Northland 4th
Section 3
Manawatu/Wanganui 1st
Hutt 2nd
Tasman 3rd
Wainuiomata 4th
Section 4
Taranaki 1st
Gisborne 2nd
Hawkes Bay 3rd
Southland 4th

 

Ladies

Section 1
Hutt 1st
Tasman 2nd
Taranaki 3rd
Hawkes Bay 4th
Section 2
Auckland 1st
Southland 2nd
Manawatu/Wanganui 3rd
Wairarapa 4th
Section 3
Capital 1st
King Country/Waikato 2nd
Aoraki 3rd
Canterbury 4th
Section 4
Gisborne 1st
Bay of Plenty 2nd
Wainuiomata 3rd
Northland 4th

 

Knock Out Rounds

Men's

Canterbury beat Gisborne 33-17 Manawatu/Wanganui beat Capital 33-31

King Country/Waikato beat Taranaki 33-27 Auckland beat Hutt 33-10

2nd Division

Wairarapa beat Southland 34-16 Northland beat Tasman 35-29

Hawkes Bay beat Aoraki 34-30 Bay of Plenty beat Wainuiomata 34-14

Ladies

1st Divison

Hutt beat Bay of Plenty 19-8 Capital beat Southland 19-8

Tasman beat Gisborne 19-16 Auckland beat King Country/Waikato 20-7

2nd Divison

Northland beat Taranaki 19-10 Wairarapa beat Aoraki 19-17

Hawkes Bay beat Wainuiomata 19-17 Canterbury beat Manawatu/Wanganui 20-10

 

[Full Results]

 

 

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 19th July: NZDC Junior & Youth Darts Championships
West City Darts Association
103 Glen Road, Ranui, Auckland

Results from Day 3:
Youth & Junior Mixed Pairs - Tournament Teams Games


Youth Mixed Pairs Main Round Final: Region 8's J MacDonald-Gay & A Watts beat Region 2's B Matthews & B Johnson
Youth Mixed Pairs Consolation Round Final: Region 10's J Walker & J Horne beat Region 8's H Pitihira & T Tamehana
Junior Mixed Pairs Main Round  Final: Region 2's T Te Whero & T Kahaki beat Region 4's T Dowie & N Maru Habib
Junior Mixed Pairs Consolation Round Final: Region 7's R Leach & T Watts beat Region 11's G Graham & H Governer-Wiremu
Youth Girls Tournament Team Game: Winners The Blue Team
Youth Boys Tournament Team Game: Winners The Red Team
Junior Girls Tournament Team Game: Winners The Red Team
Junior Boys Tournament Team Game: Winners The Red Team
Over Age Junior Tournament Team Game: Winners Team Temarama over Team Silcock

[Full Results]

 
New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 18th July: NZDC Junior & Youth Darts Championships
West City Darts Association
103 Glen Road, Ranui, Auckland

Results from Day 2:
Youth Girls and Boys Pairs - Junior Girls and Boys Singles


Youth Girls Main Round Pairs Final: Region 7's Monique & Denise Renata beat Region 1's J Horne & P Te Kira
Youth Girls Consolation Round Pairs Final: Region 8's S Watts & T Tamatea beat Region 8's A Watts & J Barrett 
Youth Boys Main Round Pairs Final: Region 2's Jack Mitchell & Bailey Matthews beat Region 7's H & C Kiri
Youth Boys Consolation Round Pairs Final: Region 6's O Waerea & M Watts beat Region 12's B Herman & C Gough
Junior Girls Main Round Singles Final: Region 3's Rylen January Allison beat Region 6's T Watts
Junior Girls Consolation Round Singles Final: Region 4's Alyssa Dowie beat Region 4's K Pokai
Junior Boys Main Round Singles Final: Region 2's Jack Sheppard beat Region 10's S Herman
Junior Boys Consolation Round Singles Final: Region 7's Renata Leach beat Region 3's K Bishop

[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 17th July: NZDC Junior & Youth Darts Championships
West City Darts Association
103 Glen Road, Ranui, Auckland

Results from Day 1:
Youth Girls and Boys Singles - Junior Girls and Boys Pairs


Youth Girls Main Round Singles Final: Region 7's Denise Renata beat Region 12's K Smith
Youth Girls Consolation Round Singles Final: Region 9's K Paenga beat Region 10's J Campbell
Youth Boys Main Round Singles Final: Region 2's Bailey Matthews beat Region 5's S Laing
Youth Boys Consolation Round Singles Final: Region 8's P Daymond beat Region 6's S Martin
Junior Girls Main Round Pairs Final: Region 2's T Kahaki & S Watters beat Region 10's P Temarama & R Temarama
Junior Girls Consolation Round Pairs Final: Region 10's M Latavao & M Kayden beat Region 11's Z Quinn McLean & R Ranger
Junior Boys Main Round Pairs Final: Region 12's H Grindley & W Kernachan beat Region 10's J Stone & S Harman
Junior Boys Consolation Round Pairs Final: Region 2's A Misich & T Te Whero beat Region 12's K Kernachan & J Pattison

[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 2nd July: NZDC Nationals Rotorua Events Centre, Rotorua
7th to 12th August 2016

New Zealand Community Trust Men's and Ladies Region Teams Draw. [Click Here]

 

 

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 20th June: Change at the top of the NZDC Ladies Rankings after the latest Ranking Tournament held in Kapi Mana. West City's Tina Osborne goes back into Ladies No1 spot from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa. No change at the top of the Men's Rankings with Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell still holding onto the No1 Men's spot from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris.

[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau, BDO World Trophy and Lakeside 2016 Season.

Winmau Qualifiers (After 7 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Cody Harris
3. Warren Parry
4. Greg Moss
5. Mark McGrath
Ladies
1. Jane Harrington
2. Judy Fenton
3. Tina Osborne
4. Desi Mercer
5. Sha Hohipa
[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 7 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 74pts
2. Greg Moss 50pts
3. Mark McGrath 46pts
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2017 (After 3 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 24pts
2. Peter Hunt 24pts
3. Greg Moss 24pts
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 20th June: Palmerston North's Mark McGrath and West City's Tina Osborne take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Puma New Zealand Masters Open Singles titles in Kapi Mana over the weekend.


Men's Final: Mark McGrath (Palmerston North) 6 - 2 Mark Cleaver (Waitara)
Ladies Final: Tina Osborne (West City) 6 - 3 Chris Hay (Hutt Valley) 


Men's Semi Finals: Mark McGrath beat Greg Moss 5 - 4 and Mark Cleaver beat Craig Caldwell 5 - 3.
Ladies Semi Finals: Tina Osborne beat Jo Steed 5 - 2 and Chris Hay beat Helen Makiha 5 - 3.


[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 6th June: Change at the top of the NZDC Ladies Rankings after the latest Ranking Tournament held in Christchurch.  Gisborne's Sha Hohipa moves to Ladies No1 from West City's Tina Osborne. No change at the top of the Men's Rankings with Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell still holding onto the No1 Men's spot from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris.

[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau, BDO World Trophy and Lakeside 2016 Season.

Winmau Qualifiers (After 6 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Cody Harris
3. Warren Parry
4. Greg Moss
Ladies
1. Jane Harrington
2. Judy Fenton
3. Tina Osborne
4. Desi Mercer
5. Sha Hohipa
[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 6 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Greg Moss
3. Cody Harris
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2017 (After 2 Tournaments)
1. Peter Hunt
2. John Kelly
3. Craig Dunn
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 5th June: Wairarapa's Greg Moss and Gisborne's Sha Hohipa take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Canterbury Open Singles titles in Christchurch today.


Men's Final: Greg Moss (Wairarapa) 6 - 4 Bernie Smith (Canterbury)
Ladies Final: Sha Hohipa (Gisborne) 5 - 3 Tina Osborne (West City)


Men's Semi Finals: Greg Moss beat John Kelly 5 - 3 and Bernie Smith beat Brian Steed 5 - 3.
Ladies Semi Finals: Sha Hohipa beat Peggy Wikaira 4 - 2 and Tina Osborne beat Chris Hay 4 - 1.



[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 29th May: BDO World Trophy 2016 held at Lakeside Country Club, Frimley Green Surrey England.

First round seen New Zealand's Craig Caldwell take on England's and tournament number 8 seed Darryl Fitton. These games were the best of 11 legs. Craig was leading going into the first break by 3-2, after the break Craig missed doubles to allow Darryl to take the next 3 legs. With Darryl only needing one more leg to take the win Craig fought back to take the next leg but Darryl was to strong coming out victor 6-4.



Darryl Fitton England (30.90) 6-4 Craig Caldwell New Zealand (28.53)

Darryl and Craig's after Match Interview


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 26th April: No change at the top of Men's and Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest Ranking Tournament held in Invercargill over Easter.  Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell holds the No1 men's spot from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris. West City's Tina Osborne holds the No1 ladies spot from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa.

[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau and Lakeside 2016 Season.

Winmau (After 6 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Cody Harris
3. Mark Cleaver
4. Mark McGrath
[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 5 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Cody Harris
3. Mark Cleaver
4. Mark McGrath
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 26th April: Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell and Gisborne's Sha Hohipa take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the North Island Masters Open Singles Titles in Hastings over the weekend.



Men's Final: Craig Caldwell 5 - 3 Cody Harris
Ladies Final: Sha Hohipa 5 - 4 Jo Steed

Men's Semi Final: Craig Caldwell beat Rob Sazbo 4 - 2 and Cody Harris beat Peter Hutt 4 - 1.
Ladies Semi Final: Sha Hohipa beat Judy Fenton 4 - 1 and Jo Steed beat Chris Hay 4 - 1.


[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 14th April: No change at the top of Men's and Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest Ranking Tournament held in Invercargill over Easter.  Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell holds the No1 men's spot from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris. West City's Tina Osborne holds the No1 ladies spot from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa.

[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau and Lakeside 2016 Season.

Winmau (After 5 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Mark Cleaver
3. Cody Harris
[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 4 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Mark Cleaver
3. Cody Harris
4. Greg Moss
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 28th March: Southland Players take out top honours at the latest NZDC Ranking Tournament the South Island Masters. Warren Parry (Men's Title) and Desi Mercer (Ladies Title).



Men's Final: Warren Parry 5 - 3 Graeme Ryder (Otago)
Ladies Final: Desi Mercer 5 - 1 Rachel Padget (Southland)

Men's Semi Final: Warren Parry beat Greg Moss (Wairarapa) 5-1 and Graeme Ryder beat Craig Caldwell (Kapi Mana) 5-3.
Ladies Semi Final: Desi Mercer beat Jo Steed (Far North) 5-1 and Rachel Padget beat Peggy Wikaira (West City) 5-2.

[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 8th March: Welcome to the 2016 Season. NZDC March Newsletter and Puma February Newsletter.



[NZDC Newsletter] [Puma Newsletter]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 6th January: No change at the top of Men's and Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest Ranking Tournament held in Christchurch.  Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell holds the No1 men's spot from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris. West City's Tina Osborne holds the No1 ladies spot from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa.

[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau and Lakeside 2016 Season.

Winmau (After 4 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Mark Cleaver
3. Cody Harris
[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 3 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Mark Cleaver
3. Cody Harris
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 7th February: Counties Manukau's Cody Harris and West City's Tina Osborne take out the latest NZDC Ranking tournament by winning the Canterbury Classic Open Singles Titles in Christchurch over the weekend.

Men's Final: Cody Harris 5 - 3 Craig Caldwell
Ladies Final: Tina Osborne 5 - 2 Maata Atkins



[Full Results]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 7th February: It is with great sadness that we at New Zealand Darts Council have to report the sudden passing this morning of our Chairman John MacLeod in Wellington.

John MacLeod's funeral service will be held at the Kapi Mana Darts Association Clubrooms, 33-39 Kenepuru Drive, Porirua on Friday 12th February 2016 at 1pm. This will be followed by a private family cremation.

Email messages can be sent to, Lesleigh and family at:  jmac1943@xtra.co.nz



 


Chairman John MacLeod


 
New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 22nd January: New Zealand Darts Council Ranking awards for 2015.




Craig Caldwell
NZ DARTS COUNCIL INC
RANKING AWARDS 2015
MEN Points Award
1st Craig Caldwell 56 $500
2nd Cody Harris 50 $250
3rd Peter Hunt 27 $150
4th Mark Cleaver 19 $100
WOMEN
1st Tina Osborne 49 $500
2nd Sha Hohipa 38 $250
3rd Peggy Wikaira 29 $150
4thEqual Jane Harrington 22 $50
Jo Steed 22 $50

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 6th January: Another great game of darts at the Lakeside World Darts Championship with New Zealand's Tina Osborne playing England's Zoe Jones. The first set could have gone to anyone with Tina taking the first leg by going out on 40. Zoe came back in the 2nd leg by breaking with a 180 and finishing on 80 for a 14 dart leg. She also took the 3rd leg but Tina came back and took the 4th. Both players had shots to take the set but Zoe finally took it by going out on 38.

Tina made no race of the next set winning it 3-0 with 22, 17 and 20 dart legs. This seem to spark Zoe up by taking the 3rd and final set 3-0 and the match 2-1. Both players missed many shots at doubles and the match could have gone either way.

Full Match Report from BDO [Click Here]




Well done Tina like Craig you have done New Zealand Darts and proud.

To Watch the Game [Part 1] [Part 2] [Part 3]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 4th January: Another great effort from New Zealand's Craig Caldwell going down in the 5 set thriller against defending World Champion Scott Mitchell. Craig starting off with 108 finish in the first leg and having a shot at the 9 darter in the forth leg. Craig took the set 3-1. Losing the next set 3-0 seem to fire up Craig as he went on to win the next set 3-2 and have another shot at a 9 darter. Craig lost the next set 3-0. Doubles seem to elude Craig in the next set and it seen Scott go on to take the set and the match 3-2. Craig equalled the Lakeside record for most 180's in the first round by hitting 9. Well done Craig Caldwell you done us proud.

Full Match Report from BDO [Click Here]



To watch the Game [Click Here]

News 3rd January:
Craig Caldwell comes from a set down to take out his first round match at 2016 BDO Lakeside World Professional Championship against Scotland's Alan Soutar 3-1.

Full Match Report from BDO:

Craig Caldwell will meet reigning World Champion Scott Mitchell in the first-round, after the 32-year-old Kiwi produced an excellent display in beating Scotland’s Alan Soutar in Saturday afternoon’s preliminary tie.

Soutar claimed the spoils in a competitive first-set, averaging 95.13, but Caldwell responded impressively, winning the second set without reply.  Caldwell, making his World Championship debut, looked extremely assured, and reeled off the next two sets to secure an excellent 3-1 victory, with an average in excess of 91.





To watch the Game [Click Here]


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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