Division 1 Team Standings
Division 2 Team Standings
Division 3 Team Standings
Overall Individual Standings
Excerpts below from various blog sections…..
You can access the pools by clicking here .
The scoresheet for Division 1 ,2 and Womens can be accessed here.
For Division 3, you can get the scoresheet by clicking here
Doubles Tournament Guidelines
A coin toss will be held to determine who starts the matches. In all deciding legs, coin toss will be used again to determine who starts the deciding leg.
The 1st elimination round will be in the round robin format and will have 4 teams per pool. Game format is 501 best of 5
In case of tied on the same points at the end of the round...
Venue : GameOn
Team Asia 1 vs Team US (Ground floor)
Team Vietnam vs Philippine All Stars(Upstairs)
Final will be played upstairs
This season we will have 4 categories of doubles events.
To register please reply to this post with the following information
Names of the players in the team
League team the players belong to
Category/ Division to play in
Please note that registration closes midnight July 18th, 2014.
Note :After the registration is closed there will be no more changes/substitutions to any of the teams. Any player that fails to play their respective game will automatically default the...
Teams to be made up of a minimum of 4 players, maximum of 6 players.
Format will be the same as last year, two doubles followed by four singles, two doubles and a team game of 4 players.
The doubles are, reverse doubles, in which the partners play again, but they swap opponents from the first match. However, in certain circumstances, the team captain may replace one or two players who played the first doubles match by other players who have not played doubles yet.
The team rosters and matches can be accessed here
The scoresheet is...
You can access the different pools by clicking here
The KO Bracket draw is available here
The score sheet and the order of play is available here
Pool Stage & KO Round : 501 best of 3
Final : 501 best of...
Defining Games,Sets, Matches, & Legs
One thing that I like to try and do every year is improve on a particular process in as it relates to my work, life…whatever. Sometimes I fail, sometimes I’m successful…but do try and keep plugging away. Well, we have an issue with how darts results are calculated and our terminology is everywhere. If nothing else, addressing this makes us better in terms of clarifying some important terms as they relate to darts.
So, where to begin….well, let’s take a look at what our system uses.
To register, please email adrian at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
Note : You should have a Minimum of 4 and Maximum of 6 players in a team