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NZDC Ranked Players

10th November 2019

 

Top Men 2018/19
Darren Herewini 124pts
Mark McGrath 92pts
Mark Cleaver 74pts
Tahuna Irwin 68pts
Mike Day 64pts
Jonathan Silcock 60pts
Steve Gooch 32pts
AJ Te Kira Jnr 30pts
Tony Carmichael 26pts
Craig Caldwell 24pts
Greg Moss 24pts
John Proctor 24pts
Brian Steed 24pts
Warren Parry 20pts
Haupai Puha 20pts
Ben Robb 20pts
Deon Toki 20pts

Top Women 2018/19
Tina Osborne 88pts
Judy Fenton 84pts
Wendy Harper 82pts
Desi Mercer 72pts
Jo Steed 46pts
Taylor-Marsh Kahaki 42pts
Kiri Fraser 34pts
Shar Maru-Habib 34pts
Sha Hohipa 28pts
Jane Harrington 26pts
Vani Bakani 20pts
Nicol Regnaud 18pts
Mary-Anne Teinaki 18pts
Maralyn Waitere 18pts
Shannon Campbell 16pts
Kayla Hitch 16pts
Chenesse Kauika 16pts
Polly Luke 16pts
Tara Mears 16pts
Lorene Earnshaw 14pts
Metz Matangi 14pts
Patience Te Moananui 14pts
Meta Reid 12pts
Kalita Rickerby 12pts
Dale Rolls 12pts

Full New Zealand Rankings

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New Zealand
Open
Winners
2019

Ladies

Tina Osborne

Men's

Mark McGrath

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New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 12th November: Counties Manukau's Tina Osborne takes over the No1 Ladies Ranking on her own after the latest NZDC ranking tournament of the year the Ted Clements Memorial Open.

 

Counties Manukau's Tina Osborne ladies No1 on 88pts from Waihi's Judy Fenton 84pts. Kapa Mana's Darren Herewini is still the men's No1 on 124pts from Palmerston North's Mark McGrath on 92pts.

 

NZDC Rankings

Men's

1. Darren Herewini 124pts

2. Mark McGrath 92pts

3. Mark Cleaver 74pts

Ladies

1. Tina Osborne 88pts

2. Judy Fenton 84pts

3. Wendy Harper 82pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to O2 (Lakeside) (After 2 Tournaments)
1. Darren Herewini 28pts
2. Mike Day 22pts
3. Mark McGrath 12pts
[Full Rankings]


A180 (Winmau) Qualifiers for 2020 (After 3 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Mark Cleaver

2. Darren Herewini

Ladies
1. Lorene Earnshaw

2. Patience Te Moananui

3. Desi Mercer
[
Full Rankings]

 

Race for the BDO World Trophy (After 8 Tournaments)
1. Darren Herewini 88pts
2. Mark McGrath 66pts
3. Mark Cleaver 62pts
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 12th November: Kapi Mana's Darren Herewini and Southland's Desi Mercer take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Ted Clements Memorial Open Singles Titles in Levin.

Men's Final: Darren Herewini (Kapi Mana) 6 - 5 Mark McGrath (Palmerston North) 
Ladies Final: Desi Mercer (Southland) 5 - 3 Taylor-Marsh Kahaki (Auckland Cook Islands) 


Men's Semi Finals: Darren Herewini beat Jonathan Silcock 5 - 3 and Mark McGrath beat Mike Day 5 - 2
Ladies Semi Finals: Desi Mercer beat Poly Luke 4 - 1 and Taylor-Marsh Kahaki beat Mary-Anne Teinaki 4 - 3.

[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 26th October: Two at the top of the NZDC Ladies Rankings after the latest ranking tournament of the year the Alan King Memorial Open.

 

Waihi's Judy Fenton and Counties Manukau's Tina Osborne are tied at the top of the Ladies rankings on 98pts. Kapa Mana's Darren Herewini is the men's No1 on 122pts from Palmerston North's Mark McGrath on 90pts.

 

NZDC Rankings

Men's

1. Darren Herewini 122pts

2. Mark McGrath 90pts

3. Mark Cleaver 80pts

Ladies

1=. Judy Fenton 98pts

1=. Tina Osborne 98pts

3. Wendy Harper 94pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to O2 (Lakeside) (After 1 Tournament)
1. Darren Herewini 14pts
2. Mike Day 12pts
3=. Warren Parry 10pts

3=. Graeme Ryder 10pts
[Full Rankings]


A180 (Winmau) Qualifiers for 2020 (After 2 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Mark Cleaver

2. Darren Herewini

Ladies
1. Lorene Earnshaw

2. Patience Te Moananui
[
Full Rankings]

 

Race for the BDO World Trophy (After 7 Tournaments)
1. Darren Herewini 74pts
2=. Mark McGrath 54pts
2=. Mark Cleaver 54pts
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 26th October: Kapi Mana's Darren Herewini and Otago's Patience Te Moananui take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Alan King Memorial Open Singles Titles in Dunedin.

Men's Final: Darren Herewini (Kapi Mana) 6 - 3 Mike Day (West City) 
Ladies Final: Patience Te Moananui (Otago) 5 - 4 Vani Bakani (Queenstown


Men's Semi Finals: Darren Herewini beat Warren Parry 5 - 1 and Mike Day beat Graeme Ryder 5 - 4
Ladies Semi Finals: Patience Te Moananui beat beat Maria Arhlanic 4 - 1 and Vani Bakani beat S'Vania Te Moananui 4 - 3.

[Full Results]

New Zealand Team
At
WDF World Cup of Darts, Romania
7th to 12th October 2019

Darren Herewini
"World Champion"


[Watch the Final]

[Results Page]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 25th September: No change at the top of the NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournaments of the year the Taranaki International Open and the Auckland Open.

 

Kapa Mana's Darren Herewini is the men's No1 on 108pts from Palmerston North's Mark McGrath on 90pts. Waihi's Judy Fenton is the ladies No1 on 110pts from Waihi's Wendy Harper and Counties Manukau's Tina Osborne on 108pts.

 

NZDC Rankings

Men's

1. Darren Herewini 108pts

2. Mark McGrath 90pts

3. Mark Cleaver 80pts

Ladies

1. Judy Fenton 110pts

2=. Wendy Harper 108pts

2=. Tina Osborne 108pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to Lakeside (After 9 Tournaments)
1. Darren Herewini 86pts
2. Mark McGrath 76pts
3. Mark Cleaver 68pts
[Full Rankings]


A180 (Winmau) Qualifiers for 2020 (After 1 Tournament)
Men's
1.
Mark Cleaver

Ladies
1. Lorene Earnshaw
[
Full Rankings]

 

Race for the BDO World Trophy (After 6 Tournaments)
1. Darren Herewini 60pts
2=. Mark McGrath 54pts
2=. Mark Cleaver 54pts
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 25th September: Taranaki's Mark Cleaver and West City's Lorene Earnshaw take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Auckland Open Singles Titles held in West City, Auckland.

Men's Final:
Mark Cleaver (Taranaki) 6 - 5 Mark McGrath (Palmerston North)

Ladies Final:
Lorene Earnshaw (West City) 5 - 0 Judy Fenton (Waihi)

Men's Semi Finals:
Mark Cleaver 5 - 0 Lou Tai (Waihi) and Mark McGrath 5 - 1 Tahuna Irwin (Turanganui-A Kiwa)

Ladies Semi Finals:
Lorene Earnshaw 4 - 3 Wendy Harper (Waihi) and Judy Fenton 4 - 1 Tina Osborne (Counties Manukau)

[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 25th September: Turanganui-A Kiwa's Tahuna Irwin and Thailand's Hattaya Kanjanarungsima take out the Taranaki International Open Singles Titles held in New Plymouth.

Men's Final:
Tahnua Irwin (Turanganui-A Kiwa) 6 - 3 Haupai Puha (Canterbury)

Ladies Final:
Hattaya Kanjanarungsima (Thailand) 5 - 3 Tina Osborne (Counties Manukau)

Men's Semi Finals:
Tahnua Irwin  5 - 3 Mohd Nasir Bin Jantan (Malaysia) and Haupai Puha 5 - 1 Steve Gooch (Taranaki)

Ladies Semi Finals:
Hattaya Kanjanarungsima 4 - 0 Judy Fenton (Waihi) and Tina Osborne 4 - 2 Kiri Frazer (Waipawa)

[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 15th August: No change at the top of the NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournaments of the year the New Zealand Open and the New Zealand Singles held at the Motueka Recreation Centre, Motueka.

Waihi's Wendy Harper on 116pts is still the No1 ladies ranked player from Counties Manukau's Tina Osborne on 106pts and Waihi's Judy Fenton on 102pts. Kapa Mana's Darren Herewini is still the Men's No1 ranked player on 102pts from Palmerston North's Mark McGrath on 92pts and Taranaki's Mark Cleaver on 82pts.


NZDC Rankings

Men's

1. Darren Herewini 102pts

2. Mark McGrath 92pts

3. Mark Cleaver 82pts

Ladies

1. Wendy Harper 116pts

2. Tina Osborne 106pts

3. Judy Fenton 102pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to Lakeside (After 8 Tournaments)
1. Darren Herewini 78pts
2. Mark McGrath 64pts
3. Mark Cleaver 54pts
[Full Rankings]


Winmau Qualifiers for 2019 (After 9 Tournaments)
Men's
1.
Darren Herewini
2.
Tahuna Irwin
3. Mark McGrath

4. Haupai Puha

5. Mark Cleaver

6. Ben Robb

Ladies
1. Sha Hohipa
2. Wendy Harper
3. Judy Fenton

4. Desi Mercer

5. Tina Osborne
[Full Rankings]

 

Race for the BDO World Trophy (After 5 Tournaments)
1. Darren Herewini 52pts
2. Mark McGrath 42pts
3. Mark Cleaver 40pts

3. Jonathan Silcock 40pts
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 4th to 9th August: NZDC National Championships held from Sunday 4th to Friday 9th August at the Motueka Recreation Centre, Motueka.

Day 6
Pat McCormick Ladies Singles, NZDC Men's Pairs & Tournament Games


New Zealand Team

Mark McGrath

Mark Cleaver

Darren Herewini
 
A Te Kira Jnr

 R Wilson (Manager)
Res: Jonathan Silcock Alan Skayman      

Wendy Harper

Judy Fenton

Tina Osborne
 
Shar Maru-Habib

T Erceg (Manager)
Res: Tara Mears Jo Steed      

Tournament Games
Men's A Northern beat Southern 34 - 29
Men's B Northern beat Southern 33 - 32 (After a Teams Game)
Ladies A Northern beat Southern 35 - 25
Ladies B Southern beat Northern 34 -14

Pat McCormick Ladies Singles

Winner
S Maru-Habib (Region 4)

Runner Up
T Mears (Region 13)

NZDC Men's Pairs

Winners
AJ Te Kira Jnr & B Gray (Region 10)

Runners Up
B Walters & J Walters (Region 4)

[Full Results Page]

Day 5
John McCormick Memorial Men's Singles and Ladies Pairs

NZDC Ladies Pairs

Winners
Shar Maru-Habib & Lynne Dunn

Runners Up
Maria Siavale & Terri-Anne Moana (Region 2)

John McCormick Memorial Men's Sinlges

Winner
Darren Herewini (Region 9)

Runner Up
Mark Cleaver (Region 5)

[Full Results Page]

Day 4
Ladies and Men's New Zealand Open Singles

Men's Singles

Winner
Mark McGrath (Region 8)

Runner Up
AJ Te Kira Jnr (Region 10)

Ladies Singles

Winner
Tina Osborne (Region 2)

Runner Up
Shar Maru-Habib (Region 4)

[Full Results Page]

Day 3
NZDC Mixed Pairs


Winners
D Herewini & C Kauika Region 9

Runners Up
A Te Kira Jnr & P Te Kira Region 10

Day 2

NZDC Husband and Wife.


Winners
 C & T Kiri Region 7

Runners Up
S & R Padget Region 16

[Full Results Page]

Finals Day Men's and Ladies Region Teams


Men's Winners Auckland
Auckland beat Capital 33 - 28

Ladies Winners Hutt
Hutt beat Tasman 19 - 9



Day 1
Section Play and the first round of a knock-out round for the New Zealand Community Trust Men's and Ladies Region Teams Trophy.

Defending Champions Canterbury (Men's) and Auckland (Ladies) are both out of the 1st Division play-offs.


[
Full Results
Page]


 
New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 14th July: NZDC Junior/Youth National Championships held from Sunday 14th to Tuesday 16th July at the Hastings Darts Assocciation, Hastings.




Day 3 (Final Day)
Junior & Youth Mixed Pairs Plus Tournament Teams Games
*******************************************
Junior Mixed Pairs
Winners: Renata Leach & Shannan Eyles
Region 7

[Results Main Round]
Consolation Winners T Campbell-Ratapu & B Reeves Region 7
[Results Consolation]
Youth Mixed Pairs
Tumihitai Te Whero & Taylor-Marsh Kahaki
Region 2

[Results Main Round]
Consolation Winner B Day & K Pokai Region 4
[Results Consolation]

Tournament Teams Games
*******************************************
Junior Boys Winners Grey Team

[Games Sheet]
Junior Boys Runners-Up Maroon Team

[Games Sheet]
Junior Girls Winners Grey Team

[Games Sheet]
Junior Girls Runners-Up Maroon Team

[Games Sheet]
Youth Boys Winners Grey Team

[Games Sheet]
Youth Boys Runners-Up Maroon Team

[Games Sheet]
Youth Girls Winners Maroon Team

[Games Sheet]
Youth Girls Runners-Up Grey Team

[Games Sheet]
2019 Personality Trophy
Renata Leach
Region 7

2019 Most 180's Trophy
Errol Tamihana
Region 7

Day 2
Junior Singles and Youth Pairs
*******************************************
Junior Boys Singles
Winner: Jack Sheppard
Region 7


[Results Main Round]
Consolation Winner T Campbell-Ratapu Region 7
[Results Consolation Round]

Junior Girls Singles
Winner: Reinga Ranger
Region 11

[Results Main Round]
Consolation Winner B Reeves Region 7
[Results Consolation Round]

Youth Boys Pairs
Winners: Sam Harman & Cory Horne
Region 10

[Results Main Round]
Consolation Winners A McClutcheon & B Herman Region 7
[Results Consolation Round]
Youth Girls Pairs
Winners: Jonleigh Campbell-Ratapu & Destiny Barbarich
Region 7

[Results Main Round]
Consolation Winners C Tamihana & G Rakei Region 7
[Results Consolation Round]

Day 1
Junior Pairs and Youth Singles
*******************************************
Junior Boys Pairs
Winners: R Leach & T Irwin
Region 7

[Results Main Round]
Consolation Winners B Polsai-Giddens & T Campbell-Ratapu Region 7
[Results Consolation Round]

Junior Girls Pairs
Winners: S Eyles & P Waihi-Aspalter
Region 7

[Results Main Round]
Consolation Winners B Reeves & J Reeves Region 7
[Results Consolation Round]

Youth Boys Singles
Winner: Cory Horne
Region 10

[Results Main Round]
Consolation Winner T Irwin Region 7
[Results Consolation Round]

Youth Girls Singles
Winner: Taylor-Marsh Kahaki
Region 2

[Results Main Round]
Consolation Winner N Maru-Habib Region 4
[Results Consolation Round]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 15th June: Change at the top of the Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament of the year the Puma New Zealand Masters Open Singles held in Kapa Mana.

Waihi's Wendy Harper on 116pts takes over the No1 ladies spot from follow association member Judy Fenton on 102pts. Kapa Mana's Darren Herewini is still the Men's No1 ranked player on 92pts from Palmerston North's Mark McGrath on 88pts.


NZDC Rankings

Men's

1. Darren Herewini 92pts

2. Mark McGrath 88pts

3. Mark Cleaver 80pts

Ladies

1. Wendy Harper 116pts

2. Judy Fenton 102pts

3. Tina Osborne 92pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to Lakeside (After 7 Tournaments)
1. Darren Herewini 68pts
2.
Mark McGrath 50pts
3.
Mark Cleaver 44pts
[Full Rankings]


Winmau Qualifiers for 2019 (After 8 Tournaments)
Men's
1.
Darren Herewini
2.
Tahuna Irwin
3.
Mark McGrath

4. Haupai Puha

5. Mark Cleaver

6. Ben Robb

Ladies
1. Sha Hohipa
2. Wendy Harper
3. Judy Fenton

4. Desi Mercer

5. Tina Osborne
[Full Rankings]

 

Race for the BDO World Trophy (After 4 Tournaments)
1.
Darren Herewini 42pts
2.
Jonathan Silcock 32pts
3.
Mark Cleaver 30pts
[Full Rankings]



New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 15th June: Turanganui-A Kiwa's Tahuna Irwin and Waihi's Wendy Harper take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Puma New Zealand Masters Open Singles Titles held in Kapi Mana.

Men's Final:
Tahnua Irwin (Turanganui-A Kiwa) 6 - 2 Jonathan Silcock (Wainuiomata)

Ladies Final:
Wendy Harper (Waihi) 5 - 3 Tori Kewish (AUS)

Men's Semi Finals:
Tahnua Irwin  5 - 1 Brian Steed (Far North) and Jonathan Silcock 5 - 4 Craig Caldwell (Kapi Mana)

Ladies Semi Finals:
Wendy Harper 4 - 0 Desi Mercer (Southland) and Tori Kewish 4 - 1 Tina Osborne (West City)


Men's Winner Tahnua Irwin

Ladies R/Up Tori Kewish and Winner Wendy Harper

[Full Results]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 2nd June: A New Number 1 in the Men's NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament of the year the Canterbury Open Singles held in Christchurch.

Kapa Mana's Darren Herewini takes over the top spot on 96pts from Palmerston North's Mark McGrath on 90pts. Waihi's Judy Fenton 106pts is still NZDC Ladies Number 1 Ranked player form Waihi's Wendy Harper 102pts.


NZDC Rankings

Men's

1. Darren Herewini 96pts

2. Mark McGrath 90pts

3. Mark Cleaver 80pts

Ladies

1. Judy Fenton 106pts

2. Wendy Harper 102pts

3. Tina Osborne 90pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to Lakeside (After 6 Tournaments)
1. Darren Herewini 60pts
2. Mark Cleaver 42pts
3. Mark McGrath 36pts
[Full Rankings]


Winmau Qualifiers for 2019 (After 7 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Mark McGrath
2. Haupai Puha
3. Mark Cleaver

4. Darren Herewini

5. Ben Robb

6. Tahuna Irwin

Ladies
1. Sha Hohipa
2. Wendy Harper
3. Judy Fenton

4. Desi Mercer

5. Tina Osborne
[Full Rankings]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 2nd June: Kapi Mana's Darren Herewini and West City's Tina Osborne take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the Canterbury Open Singles Titles in Christchurch over the weekend.

Men's Final:
Darren Herewini (Kapi Mana) 6 - 4 Jonathan Silcock (Wainuiomata)

Ladies Final:
Tina Osborne (West City) 5 - 4 Jo Steed (Far North)

Men's Semi Finals:
Darren Herewini 5 - 4 Steve Doak (Far North) and Jonathan Silcock 5 - 1 Tony Carmichael (Otago)

Ladies Semi Finals:
Tina Osborne 4 - 3 Judy Fenton (Waihi) and Jo Steed 4 - 3 Wendy Harper (Waihi)

[Full Results]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 30th April: Change again at the top of the Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament of the year the North Islands Masters Open Singles held in Hastings.

Waihi's Judy Fenton 96pts takes over the top spot from Waihi's Wendy Harper 92pts. Palmerston North's Mark McGrath 96pts is on top of the Men's Rankings from Kapi Mana's Darren Herewini 82 pts.


NZDC Rankings

Men's

1. Mark McGrath 96pts

2. Darren Herewini 82pts

3. Mark Cleaver 80pts

Ladies

1. Judy Fenton 96pts

2. Wendy Harper 92pts

3. Tina Osborne 86pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to Lakeside (After 5 Tournaments)
1. Darren Herewini 46pts
2.
Mark Cleaver 36pts
3.
Mark McGrath 34pts
[Full Rankings]


Winmau Qualifiers for 2019 (After 6 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Mark McGrath
2. Haupai Puha
3. Mark Cleaver

4. Darren Herewini

5. Ben Robb

6. Tahuna Irwin

Ladies
1. Sha Hohipa
2. Wendy Harper
3. Judy Fenton

4. Desi Mercer
[Full Rankings]

Race for the BDO World Trophy (After 2 Tournaments)
1.
Mark Cleaver 22pts
2. Darren Herewini 20pts
3. Mike Day 16pts
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 30th April: Gisborne's Tahuna Irwin and Waihi's Judy Fenton take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the North Island Masters Open Singles Titles in Hastings over the weekend.

Men's Final: Tahuna Irwin (Gisborne) 6 - 3 Mark Cleaver (Taranaki) 
Ladies Final:  Judy Fenton (Waihi) 5 - 0 Wendy Harper (Waihi) 


Men's Semi Finals: Tahuna Irwin beat Craig Pullen 5 - 0 and Mark Cleaver beat Greg Moss 5 - 4.
Ladies Semi Finals: Judy Fenton beat Tina Osborne 4 - 3 and Wendy Harper beat Taylor-Marsh Tahaki 4 - 3.


[Full Results]



New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 23rd April: Change at the top of the Ladies NZDC Rankings after the latest ranking tournament of the year the South Islands Masters Open Singles held in Invercargill.

Waihi's Wendy Harper 94pts takes over the top spot from Waihi's Judy Fenton 90pts. Palmerston North's Mark McGrath 96pts is on top of the Men's Rankings from Kapi Mana's Darren Herewini 88 pts.


NZDC Rankings

Men's

1. Mark McGrath 96pts

2. Darren Herewini 88pts

3. Mark Cleaver 80pts

Ladies

1. Wendy Harper 94pts

2. Judy Fenton 90pts

3. Tina Osborne 86pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to Lakeside (After 4 Tournaments)
1. Darren Herewini 38pts
2. Mark McGrath 28pts
3. Mark Cleaver 24pts
[Full Rankings]


Winmau Qualifiers for 2019 (After 5 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Mark McGrath
2. Haupai Puha
3. Mark Cleaver

4. Darren Herewini

5. Ben Robb

Ladies
1. Sha Hohipa
2. Wendy Harper
3. Judy Fenton

4. Desi Mercer
[Full Rankings]

Race for the BDO World Trophy (Final Standings)
1. Mark McGrath 78pts
2. Darren Herewini 70pts
3. Mark Cleaver 58pts
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 23rd April: Canterbury's Ben Robb and Southland's Desi Mercer take out the latest NZDC ranking tournament by winning the South Island Masters Open Singles Titles in Invercargill over the weekend.

Men's Final: Ben Robb (Canterbury) 6 - 1 Darren Herewini (Kapi Mana
Ladies Final:  Desi Mercer (Southland) 5 - 2 Kalita Rickerby (Marlborough) 


Men's Semi Finals: Ben Robb beat Warren Parry 5 - 4 and Darren Herewini beat Mark Cleaver 5 - 1.
Ladies Semi Finals: Desi Mercer beat Tania Clark 4 - 2 and Kalita Rickerby beat Wendy Harper 4 - 2.


[Full Results]



New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 17th February: Applications are being taken for the position of Secretary to the NZ Darts Council.

This position takes affect from 1st January 2020 but the appointed person would be expected to work with the current Secretary during the 2019 NZDC Championships.

Please either email nzdarts@xtra.co.nz or send a letter including experience to NZ Darts Council Inc P O Box 50-763, Porirua 5240 all applications will be confidential and will be presented to the directors at their May 2019 meeting.

Closing date for applications will be 30 April 2019.


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 5th February: NZDC Rankings after the latest and first ranking tournament of the year the Canterbury Classic Open Singles held in Christchurch.

Waihi's Judy Fenton 90pts is on top of the Ladies from West City's Tina Osborne 86pts. Palmerston North's Mark McGrath 96pts is on top of the Men's from Kapi Mana's Darren Herewini 90 pts.


NZDC Rankings

Men's

1. Mark McGrath 96pts

2. Darren Herewini 90pts

3. Mark Cleaver 70pts

Ladies

1. Judy Fenton 90pts

2. Tina Osborne 86pts

3. Wendy Harper 84pts
[Full Rankings]

Race to Lakeside (After 3 Tournaments)
1.
Darren Herewini 26pts
2.
Mark McGrath 22pts
3. Steve Padget 18pts
[Full Rankings]


Winmau Qualifiers for 2019 (After 4 Tournaments)
Men's
1. Mark McGrath
2. Haupai Puha
3. Mark Cleaver

4. Darren Herewini

Ladies
1. Sha Hohipa
2. Wendy Harper
3. Judy Fenton

4. Desi Mercer
[Full Rankings]

Race for the BDO World Trophy (After 8 Tournaments)
1. Mark McGrath 72pts
2.
Darren Herewini 58pts
3.
Mark Cleaver 48pts
[Full Rankings]

New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 5th February: Kapi Mana's Darren Herewini and Southland's Desi Mercer take out the latest and first NZDC ranking tournament for the year by winning the Canterbury Classic Open Singles titles in Christchurch.

Men's Final: Darren Herewini (Kapi Mana) 6 - 4 Mark McGrath (Palmerston North) 
Ladies Final:  Desi Mercer (Southland) 5 - 4 Judy Fenton (Waihi) 


Men's Semi Finals: Darren Herewini beat John Hurring 5 - 3 and Mark McGrath beat Bernie Smith 5 - 1.
Ladies Semi Finals: Desi Mercer beat Sha Hohipa 4 - 1 and Judy Fenton beat Tina Osborne 4 - 1.


[Full Results]


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 24th February: Rob Gillan will have more than just winning on his mind when her heads to Belgium in March.

The 32 year old is set to become New Zealand's first representative at the Winmau World Cup of Darts for players with disabilities to be held in Ostend.

Rob will compete in a composite world team against other countries. He will also play individually in the singles and his Otago coach, Eddie Girdler will travel and coach the World team.


Bob Wilson Chairman of NZDC presents Rob with a cheque for $2000 to help with his travels.



News 17th January: Glen Durrant (England) and Mikuru Suzuki (Japan) became BDO Lakeside World Professional Darts Champions.

Glen beat Scott Waites (England) 7 sets to 3 sets in the final to make history by matching Eric Bristow's record of three consecutive World Championship titles.

Mikuru beat Lorraine Winstanley (England) 3 sets to 0 sets to win her first World Championship titles.

All information on these games can be found at www.bdodarts.com/


New Zealand Darts Council LogoNews 3rd January: Mark McGrath at the BDO Lakeside World Professional Darts Championships England.

Game One: Mark McGrath vs Adam Smith-Neale (England)
Mark won this game 3-0 3-0 3-0
Game Two: Mark McGrath vs Glen Durrent (England)
Glen won this game 3-0 3-1 3-2
All information on these games can be found at www.bdodarts.com/

 

New Zealand Darts Council LogoWorld Darts FederationNews 3rd January: NZDC and WDF World 2018 Ranking Awards are Announced.
WDF World Ranking System
Asia/Pacific
MEN
1st Mark McGrath - New Zealand
2nd Ben Robb - New Zealand
3rd Mark Cleaver - New Zealand
LADIES
1st Mikuru Suzuki - Japan
2nd Judy Fenton - New Zealand
3rd Wendy Harper - New Zealand
NZDC Ranking System

MEN
1st Mark McGrath
2nd Darren Hereini
3rd Mark Cleaver
4th Haupai Puha

LADIES
1st= Judy Fenton
1st= Tina Osborne
3rd Wendy Harper
4th Sha Hohipa

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Coming Events

2019

 

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New Zealand

Darts  Council

Ranking

Tournaments

2019

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7th to 9th February 2020

 

Canterbury Classic

(NZDC & BDO Ranked)

@

Canterbury & Suburban

Darts Association

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Phillipstown,

Christchurch

 

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