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NZDC Ranked Players

15th September 2018

 

Top Men 2017/18
Mark McGrath 90pts
Darren Herewini 66pts
Mark Cleaver 62pts
Greg Moss 58pts
Ben Robb 56pts
Tahuna Irwin 52pts
Haupai Puha 50pts
Cody Harris 48pts
Craig Caldwell 42pts
Bernie Smith 42pts
Craig Dunn 36pts
Steve Gooch 36pts
Warren Parry 30pts
Tony Carmichael 28pts
Deon Toki 24pts
John Kelly 23pts
Mike Day 22pts
Jonathan Silcock 20pts
Brian Steed 20pts
Tukina Weko 18pts
Mike F Day 14pts
Peter Hunt 14pts
Cairns Mason 13pts
Terry Jowett 12pts
Jason Ladbrook 12pts
Craig Ross 12pts
Jeremy Barrett 10pts
David Bowers 10pts
Josh Roberts 10pts
Danny Ryan 10pts
Johnny Webster 10pts
Jamie Whatson 10pts

Top Women 2017/18
Sha Hohipa 84pts
Desi Mercer 80pts
Tina Osborne 80pts
Judy Fenton 62pts
Jo Steed 62pts
Wendy Harper 58pts
Tara Mears 54pts
Taylor-Marsh Kahaki 42pts
Chenesse Kauika 31pts
Lee Wright 26pts
Maralyn Waitere 24pts
Peggy Wikaira 22pts
Christine Hay 20pts
Sha Maru-Habib 18pts
Maata Atkins 10pts

Full New Zealand Rankings

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Winners
2018

Ladies

Judy Fenton

Men's

Tahuna Irwin

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New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 7th December:

On behalf of the Directors of New Zealand Darts Council, I would like to announce that a Prize Pool of $5,000 for 9 Dart Leg game has been set up for the 2018 year. The following are the details:

 

Prize Pool: $5,000

Period: 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2018

Details: The 9 dart leg game will apply only at WDF tournaments under the auspice of the New Zealand Darts Council. These tournaments are:

North Island Masters

Canterbury Open

Puma NZ Masters

Puma NZ Open

Auckland Open

Alan King Memorial Open (Otago)

Ted Clements Memorial Open (Levin)

Conditions Apply [Click Here]

 

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 14th November: No change at the top of the Men's or Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament the Ted Clements Memorial Open Singles held in Levin. Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell  is the Men's No1 from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris. West City's Tina Osborne is the Ladies No1 form Southland's Desi Mercer.

[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 2 Tournaments)
1. Cody Harris 28pts
2. Greg Moss 22pts
3. Mark Cleaver 12pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau

Winmau Qualifiers for 2018 (After 3 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Cody Harris
Ladies
1. Tina Osborne
2. Desi Mercer
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 14th November: Counties Manukau's Cody Harris and West City's Tina Osborne take out the final NZDC ranking tournament for the year by winning the Ted Clements Memorial Open Singles Titles in Levin.

Men's Final: Cody Harris (Counties Manukau) 6 - 5 Mark Cleaver (Waitara) 
Ladies Final: Tina Osborne (West City) 5 - 4 Tara Mears (Southland)


Men's Semi Finals: Cody Harris beat Greg Moss 5 - 4 and Mark Cleaver beat Craig Caldwell 5 - 2
Ladies Semi Finals:  Tina Osborne beat 4 - 0 and Tara Mears beat Maralyn Waitere 4 - 3


[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 31st October: Aotearoa Maori Darts Tournament hosted by the Gisborne Darts Association and held at the Gisborne R.S.A., Bright Street, Gisborne.

Saturday seen the playing of the singles with 138 Men and 101 Ladies taking part and Sunday seen the playing of the pairs with 66 Men's and 62 Ladies Pairs taking part.



Men's Singles Final

Cody Harris 4-1 Monte Tuhua
Ladies Singles Final
Shar Maru-Habib 4-2 Emma Heavey


Men's Pairs Final
C & S Harris 4-2 H Hape & B Holm
Ladies Pairs Final
S Maru-Habib & H Cassidy 4-3 T Harris & T Kahaki

[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 31st October: No change at the top of the Men's or Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament the Alan King Memorial Open Singles held in Dunedin. Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell  is the Men's No1 from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris. West City's Tina Osborne is the Ladies No1 form Gisborne's Sha Hohipa and Waihi's Judy Fenton.

[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 1 Tournament)
1. Cody Harris 14pts
2. Greg Moss 12pts
3. Warren Parry 10pts
3. Brian Steed 10pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau

Winmau Qualifiers for 2018 (After 2 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Craig Caldwell
2. Cody Harris
Ladies
1. Tina Osborne
2. Desi Mercer
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 23rd October: Counties Manukau's Cody Harris and Southland's Desi Mercer take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Alan King Memorial Open Singles Titles in Dunedin.

Men's Final: Cody Harris (Counties Manukau) 6 - 1 Greg Moss (Wairarapa) 
Ladies Final: Desi Mercer (Southland) 5 - 1 Tina Osborne (West City


Men's Semi Finals: Cody Harris beat Warren Parry 5 - 4 and Greg Moss beat Brian Steed 5 - 4
Ladies Semi Finals:  Desi Mercer beat Sha Hohipa 4 - 2 and Tina Osborne beat Jo Steed 4 - 2


[Full Results]



Results From New Zealand Team

Over All Standings

Ladies

Netherlands 1 - Sweden 2 - Russia 3 - New Zealand 12

Men's

Australia 1 - Canada 2 - USA 3 - New Zealand 8


Men's Pairs and Ladies Singles Day 3

 

Ladies Singles (First to 7)

Taylor M Kahaki (New Zealand) 4-2 Carole Frison (France) - Win to Taylor M Kahaki
Taylor M Kahaki (New Zealand) 4-3 Maud Jansson (Sweden) - Win to Taylor M Kahaki
Taylor M Kahaki (New Zealand) 3-4 Janie Cassar (Australia) - Win to Janie Cassar
last 16

 

Tina Osborne (New Zealand) 4-1 Aneesha Mehta (India) - Win to Tina Osborne
Tina Osborne (New Zealand) 4-0 Giada (Italy) - Win to Tina Osborne
Tina Osborne (New Zealand) 4-0 Cali West (USA) - Win to Tina Osborne
Tina Osborne (New Zealand) 4-3 Tamarack Schuur (Norway) - Win to Tina Osborne
Tina Osborne (New Zealand) 3-5 Vicky Prim (Sweden) - Win to Vicky Prim
last 8

 

Jo Steed (New Zealand) 4-3 Kayleigh O'Neill (N. Ireland) - Win to Jo Steed
Jo Steed (New Zealand) 1-4 HyeJin Choi (South Korea) - Win to Hye Jin Choi

Judy Fenton (New Zealand) The Bye
Judy Fenton (New Zealand) 2-4 Robyn Byrne (Rep Ireland) - Win to Robyn Byrne

Men's Pairs
(Best of 7)
Harris/Irwin (New Zealand) 4-3 Hogan/Gouvea (South Africa) - Win to Harris/Irwin
Harris/Irwin (New Zealand) 4-1 Jensen/Meyn (Denmark) - Win to Harris/Irwin
Harris/Irwin (New Zealand) 4-1 Muntarro/Sergi (Italy) - Win to Harris/Irwin
Harris/Irwin (New Zealand) 2-4 Dekker/Johnson (Norway) - Win to Norway
last 8

Moss/Cleaver (New Zealand) 4-3 Federico/Dawkins (Gibraltar) - Win to Moss/Cleaver
Moss/Cleaver (New Zealand) 4-2 Shevel/Obukhov (Russia) - Win to Moss/Cleaver
Moss/Cleaver (New Zealand) 4-2 Mandigers/Landmark (Netherlands) - Win to Moss/Cleaver
Moss/Cleaver (New Zealand) 3-4 Martinez/Verdon (Belgium) - Win to Martinez/Verdon
last 8

Men's Singles and Ladies Pairs Day 2

Men's Singles (First to 7)

Cody Harris (New Zealand) 4-1 Roland Weis (Luxemburg) - Win to Cody Harris
Cody Harris (New Zealand) 0-4 Jeff Smith (Canada) - Win to Jeff Smith Last 64

Tahuna Irwin (New Zealand) 4-2 Lucas Grobbelaar (South Africa) - Win to Tahuna Irwin by Default
Tahuna Irwin (New Zealand) 4-2 FB Leung (Hong Kong) - Win to Tahuna Irwin
Tahuna Irwin (New Zealand) 3-4 Peter Machin (Australia) - Win to Peter Machin Last 32

Greg Moss (New Zealand) 1-4 Piyush Chauhan (India) - Win to Piyush Chauhan

Mark Cleaver (New Zealand) 4-1 Odkhuu Khundaganai (Mongolia) - Win to Mark Cleaver
Mark Cleaver (New Zealand) 4-3 Jens Ziegler (Germany) - Win to Mark Cleaver
Mark Cleaver (New Zealand) 1-4 Niels Vanbergen (Belgium) - Win to Niels Vanbergen Last 32

Ladies Pairs (First to 7)
Fenton/Steed (New Zealand) 0-4 de Graaf/Prins (Netherlands) - Win to de Graaf/Prins

Osborne/Kahaki (New Zealand)  4-0 Tibrewal/Dalal - (India) - Win to Osborne/Kahaki
Osborne/Kahaki (New Zealand) 2-4 Suzuki/Atarashi (Japan) - Win to Suzuki/Atarashi Last 32


Teams Games Day 1

Men's (First to 9)
New Zealand 9-2 Japan - Win to New Zealand
New Zealand 9-8 Norway - Win to New Zealand
New Zealand 9-4 South Africa - Win to New Zealand
New Zealand 4-9 Australia - Win to Australia

Ladies (First to 9)
New Zealand 9-6 Mongolia - Win to New Zealand
New Zealand 8-9 Finland - Win to Finland
New Zealand 7-9 Japan - Win to Japan

[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 19th June: No change at the top of the Men's or Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament the Auckland Open Singles held in Auckland. Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell  is the Men's No1 from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris. West City's Tina Osborne is the Ladies No1 form Gisborne's Sha Hohipa.

[Full Rankings]


Craig Caldwell well be representing New Zealand at the The Lakeside World Professional Darts Championship 2018 to be held 6-14 January at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green.

The Final Standing for Race to the Lakeside:

Lakeside (After 9 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 92pts
2. Mark McGrath 82pts
3. Cody Harris 64pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to the Winmau

Winmau Qualifiers for 2018 (After 1 Tournament)
Men's
1. Craig Caldwell
Ladies
1. Tina Osborne
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 19th September: Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell and West City's Tina Osborne take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Auckland Open Singles Titles in PoriruaAuckland over the weekend.

Men's Final: Craig Caldwell (Kapi Mana) 6 - 5 Mark McGrath (Palmerston North) 
Ladies Final:  Tina Osborne (West City) 5 - 3 Sha Hohipa (Gisborne) 


Men's Semi Finals: Craig Caldwell beat Steve Davis 5 - 1 and Mark McGrath beat Deon Toki 5 - 3.
Ladies Semi Finals: Tina Osborne beat Stacey Heavey 4 - 2 and Sha Hohipa beat Taylor-Marsh Kahaki 4 - 3.


[Full Results]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 19th June: A New No1 in the Men's NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournaments the Puma New Zealand Open Singles and the New Zealand Singles. Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell  takes over from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris. No change at the top of the ladies with West City's Tina Osborne still number 1 from Waihi's Judy Fenton.

[Full Rankings]

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

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

[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 8 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 78pts
2. Mark McGrath 70pts
3. Cody Harris 58pts
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2018 (After 5 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 46pts
2. Cody Harris 38pts
3. Mark McGrath 36pts
[Full Rankings]

 

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNew Zealand Darts Council Logo

New Zealand Darts Council Championships

6th to 11th August 2017
Motueka Recreation Centre
Motueka

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Finals "[Live Scoreboard]"

 

Day 6

 

Pat McCormick Ladies Singles and NZDC Men's Pairs

Challenge Team Matches

 

[Tournament Teams]

 

Pat McCormick Ladies Singles

Winner Desi Mercer ~ Runner Up Judy Fenton

[Full Results]

 

Live Last 32 Draw

[Last 32]

 

NZDC Men's Pairs

Winners Ben Rob & Craig Ross ~ Runners Up Jonathan Silcock & Wayne Carey

[Full Results]

 

Live Last 32 Draw

[Last 32]

 

 

 

 

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 Day 5

 

NZDC Men's Singles and Ladies Pairs

 

John McCormick Men's Singles

Winner Tahuna Irwin ~ Runner Up Greg Moss

[Full Results]

 

Live Last 32 Draw

[Last 32]

 

 

NZDC Ladies Pairs

Winners Desi Mercer & Rachel Padget ~ Runners Up Sha Hohipa & Lorna Wynyard

[Full Results]

 

Live Last 32 Draw

[Last 32]

 

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Day 4

 

NZDC Men's and Ladies Open Singles

 

 

NZDC Ladies Open Singles

Winner Judy Fenton ~ Runner Up Jo Steed 

[Full Results]

 

Live Last 32 Draw

[Last 32]

 

NZDC Men's Open Singles

Winner Darren Herewini ~ Runner Up Bernie Smith

[Full Results]

 

Live Last 32 Draw

[Last 32]

 

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Day 3

NZDC Mixed Pairs

 

Winners Region 2 C Harris & T Osborne

Runners Up Region 1 J Miller & M Turner

[Full Results]

 

 

Live Last 32 Draw

[Last 32]

 

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Day 2

Husband and Wife

 

Winners Region 1 B & J Steed

Runners Up Region 14 D & J Harrington 

[Full Results]

 

Husband and Wife Knock-Out

Live Last 32 Draw

[Last 32]

 

Region Team Play-Offs

Capital Men's Division 1 WinnersCanterbury Men's Division 2 Winners

Hutt Ladies Division 1 WinnersTasman Ladies Division 2 Winners

Men's Region Team Play-Offs

Division 1

Final

Capital 33 Bay of Plenty 24

Semi Finals

Capital 33 Auckland 29 and Bay of Plenty 33 Wairarapa 17

Division 2

Final

Canterbury 33 Hutt 17

Semi Finals

Hutt 33 Wainuiomata 21 and Canterbury 36 Taranaki 28

Ladies Region Team Play-Offs

Division 1

Final

Hutt 19 Auckland 16

Semi Finals

Hutt 19 Capital 12 and Auckland 19 and Bay of Plenty 9

Division 2

Final

Tasman 19 Southland 11

Semi Finals

Southland 19 Wairarapa 15 and Tasman 19 Aoraki 15

[Full Results]

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Day 1

Ces Purkis Memorial Personality Trophy

Winner Judy Fenton

 

New Zealand Community Trust Men's and Ladies Region Team Games

[Full Results]

 

 

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 19th June: A New No1 in the Men's NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament the Puma New Zealand Masters Open Singles. Counties Manukau's Cody Harris takes over from Wairarapa's Greg Moss and Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell. No change at the top of the ladies with West City's Tina Osborne still number 1 from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa.

[Full Rankings]

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

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

[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 7 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 72pts
2. Mark McGrath 64pts
3. Greg Moss 54pts
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2018 (After 4 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 40pts
2. Mark McGrath 30pts
3. Cody Harris 28pts
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 17th June: Counties Manukau's Cody Harris and West City's Tina Osborne take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Puma New Zealand Masters  Open Singles Titles in PoriruaPorirua over the weekend.

Men's Final: Cody Harris (Counties Manukau) 6 - 1 Tahuna Irwin (Gisborne) 
Ladies Final:  Tina Osborne (West City) 5 - 3 Tara Mears (Sun City) 


Men's Semi Finals: Cody Harris beat Darren Herewini 5 - 2 and Tahuna Irwin beat Cairns Mason 5 - 4.
Ladies Semi Finals: Tina Osborne beat Desi Mercer 4 - 1 and Tara Mears beat Jo Steed 4 - 2.


[Full Results]
New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 6th June: No change at the top of the Men's or Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament the Canterbury Open Singles. Men's No1 is Wairarapa's Greg Moss from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris. Ladies No1 is West City's Tina Osborne from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa.

[Full Rankings]

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

Winmau Qualifiers (After 6 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Mark McGrath
2. Cody Harris
3. Craig Caldwell
4. Warren Parry
[Full Rankings]
Ladies
1. Desi Mercer
2. Sha Hohipa
3. Judy Fenton

[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 6 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 54pts
2. Mark McGrath 52pts
3. Greg Moss 48pts
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2018 (After 3 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 22pts
2. Greg Moss 18pts
2. Mark McGrath 18pts
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 6th June: Canterbury's Bernie Smith and Jane Harrington take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Canterbury Open Singles Titles in Christchurch over the weekend.

Men's Final: Bernie Smith (Canterbury) 6 - 3 Craig Caldwell (Kapi Mana) 
Ladies Final:  Jane Harrington (Canterbury) 5 - 1 Desi Mercer (Southland) 


Men's Semi Finals: Bernie Smith beat Mark Cleaver 5 - 3 and Craig Caldwell beat Warren French 5 - 0.
Ladies Semi Finals: Jane Harrington beat Tina Osborne 4 - 3 and Desi Mercer beat Peggy Wikaira 4 - 2.


[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 29th April: Friday the 28th seen the playing of the Ben Hill Memorial Trophy and the Franklin Trophy between holders Kapi Mana and Hutt Valley Darts Associations.

(Men's) Ben Hill Memorial Trophy Results: Kapi Mana 14 Hutt Valley 10
[Full Results]

(Ladies) Franklin Trophy Results: Kapi Mana 13 Hutt Valley 11
[Full Results]

Next Challenge is Hastings Darts Association.



 
New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 25th April: No change at the top of the Men's or Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament the North Island Masters Open Singles. Men's No1 is Wairarapa's Greg Moss from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris. Ladies No1 is West City's Tina Osborne from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa.

[Full Rankings]

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

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

Lakeside (After 5 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 54pts
2. Mark McGrath 52pts
3. Greg Moss 48pts
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2018 (After 2 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 22pts
2. Greg Moss 18pts
2. Mark McGrath 18pts
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 25th April: Counties Manukau's Cody Harris 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: Cody Harris (Counties Manukau) 6 - 5 Craig Caldwell (Kapi Mana) 
Ladies Final:  Sha Hohipa (Gisborne) 5 - 0 Tina Osborne (West City) 


Men's Semi Finals: Cody Harris beat Mark McGrath 5 - 3 and Craig Caldwell beat Mike Day 5 - 0.
Ladies Semi Finals: Sha Hohipa beat Jo Steed 4 - 2 and Tina Osborne beat Christine Hay 4 - 2.


[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 17th April: No change at the top of the Men's or Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament the South Island Masters Open Singles. Men's No1 is Wairarapa's Greg Moss from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris. Ladies No1 is West City's Tina Osborne from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa.

[Full Rankings]

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

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

Lakeside (After 4 Tournaments)
1. Craig Caldwell 42pts
2. Mark McGrath 42pts
3. Greg Moss 42pts
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2017 (Final)
1. Greg Moss 90pts
2. Craig Caldwell 66pts
3. Mark McGrath 64pts
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 15th April: Southland's Warren Parry and Waihi's Judy Fenton take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the South Island Masters Open Singles Titles in Invercargill over the weekend.

Men's Final: Warren Parry (Southland) 6 - 3 Greg Moss (Wairarapa
Ladies Final:  Judy Fenton (Waihi) 6 - 2 Peggy Wikaira (West City) 


Men's Semi Finals: Warren Parry beat Craig Caldwell 5 - 2 and Greg Moss beat Peter Hunt 5 - 1.
Ladies Semi Finals: Judy Fenton beat Desi Mercer 5 - 1 and Peggy Wikaira beat Missi Jones 5 - 2.


[Full Results]

 

 

New Zealand Darts Council LogoWorld Darts FederationNews 18th March: Rule Change. Effective immediately the following rule has been changed by the World Darts Federation.  The requirement to toss for the last leg of the game is removed. 

Therefore, the player(s) that wins the bull will throw in odd numbered legs and the loser of the bull throw will throw in even numbered legs.

 

This was discussed at the recent Directors meeting and will be ratified at the Annual General Meeting to be held on 8 August 2017.

 

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 6th February: Change at the top of the Men's NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament the Canterbury Classic Open Singles, with Wairarapa's Greg Moss taking over the No1 spot from Counties Manukau's Cody Harris. No change in the ladies with West City's Tina Osborne still No1 from Gisborne's Sha Hohipa.

[Full Rankings]

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

Winmau Qualifiers (After 3 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Mark McGrath
2. Cody Harris
3. Craig Caldwell
Ladies
1. Desi Mercer
2. Sha Hohipa
3. Judy Fenton
[Full Rankings]

Lakeside (After 3 Tournaments)
1. Mark McGrath 34pts
2. Craig Caldwell 32pts
2. Greg Moss 30pts
[Full Rankings]

BDO World Trophy 2017 (After 8 Tournaments)
1. Greg Moss 78pts
2. Mark Cleaver 58pts
3. Cody Harris 56pts
3. Craig Caldwell 56pts
3. Mark McGrath 56pts
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 5th February: Kapi Mana's Craig Caldwell and Waihi's Judy Fenton take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Canterbury Classic Open Singles titles in Christchurch over the weekend.

Men's Final: Craig Caldwell (
Kapi Mana) 6 - 4 Mark McGrath (Palmerston North) 
Ladies Final:  Judy Fenton (Waihi) 6 - 4 Desi Mercer (Southland) 


Men's Semi Finals: Craig Caldwell beat Greg Moss 5 - 4 and Mark McGrath beat Mark Cleaver 5 - 3.
Ladies Semi Finals: Judy Fenton beat Wendy Harper 5 - 0 and Desi Mercer beat Tara Mears 5 - 1.


[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 15th January:
NZDC Ranking Awards for 2016




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coming Events

 

2018 

27th & 28th October 2018

Aotearoa Maori Darts

Tournament

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Kapi Mana Darts Assn

Kenepuru Drive

Porirua

 

[Poster]

Cover Sheet [pdf] [Word]

Entry Form [pdf] [Word]

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New Zealand

Darts  Council

Ranking

Tournaments

2018

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20th October 2018

Alan King Open Singles

Otago Darts Assn,

Dunedin

NZDC/WDF/BDO Ranked

 

[Poster]

 

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11th November 2018

Ted Clements Memorial

Open Singles

Horowhenua Darts Assn,

Levin

NZDC/WDF/BDO Ranked

 

[Poster]

 

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