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Saturday, December 26, 2009

Tarzan and Jane Mixed Pairs Sunday 31/1/10


    West City Darts Association will be holding the Tarzan and Jane Mixed pairs on Sunday, 31st January 2010 at their club rooms in Glen Road, Ranui. Check in is 12.00 pm with a 12.30 start.
    There is $300 for the winner of the main round and $100 for the winner of the consolation. There will be $200 worth of spot prizes handed out after qualifying. Entry is $20 per pair.
    The format is 501 straight start and entry is open to all.
    Enquires can be made to Peter Page, 09 985 9228 or 09 815 262 or at peterpage@xtra.co.nz.





Sunday, December 20, 2009

West City Hold AGM and Prize Giving



West City Darts Association held their AGM and prize giving earlier today at their club rooms in Ranui. Paul Williams, the President for many years, has stood down and been replaced by Raewyn Heavey. Jimmy Hennah was elected as Club Captain, Peter Page was elected as Secretary/Treasurer.
David Day received an award for most improved player. Trophies and medals were presented for Ken Moir winner of the men's singles, Peggy Wikaira, winner of the ladies singles, Ken Moir and Monty Tuhua for the men's pairs, Rita Wells and Sarah Joseph for the ladies pairs. Jim Hennah for getting a 170 finish on club night.
Steve Holt the club Captain reported on the success of the club over the past year. Mike Day and Monty Tuhua were runner - ups in three NZDC singles tournaments. Mike the North Island Masters and Auckland Open. Monty in the Mosgiel Open. Monty, Ken Moir, Mike Day and Paul Williams were members of the winning Auckland Region Team at the National championships. Peggy Wikaira ended the year ranked fourth in NZ. Peggy and Sarah Joseph were members of the Auckland Region team which were runner-ups at the National champs. In the Association challenges the men's team lost in the North Island Shield challenge and Renee Stacey against Counties Manukau. The ladies team won the challenge shield and have defended twice. David Day and Kristal Mc Dermott won the NZDC under 24 mixed pairs.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Club Oasis Mixed Threes , Sunday 17/1/10


Club Oasis are holding a mixed threes on Sunday, 17th January 2010 at their club rooms situated at 167 Parkhurst Road, Parakai. Check in is 9.30 am with a 10.00 am start. There is a total of $2000 in prize money. The entry fee is $45 per team.

The format is 501 best of three with double start. Three games to qualify then straight knockout. For non qualifiers there is a consolation round. Entries to R. Williams. Box 117, Helensville.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Swanson Rsa Open Pairs Saturday, 23/1/10


The Swanson RSA dart section are hosting an Open Pairs tournament on Saturday, 23rd January 2010 at their club rooms , 633 Swanson Road, Swanson. Check in is at 10.00 am with an 11.00 am start. The entry fee is $30 per pair.

The format is 501, straight start, double finish, best of three legs in qualifying, knock out round best of five legs. There is a consolation round for non-qualifiers.

There is approximately $1200 in guaranteed prize money.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Mosgiel Open 5th to 7th February


Sunday, November 8, 2009

West City Ladies 10 South Auckland Ladies 4


The West City Ladies team have defeated the South Auckland Darts Association Ladies 10 to 4 earlier today at the West City club rooms in Ranui in the A.P.D.E. Ladies Challenge Shield. The South Auckland Ladies were one player short and although they played well being one short in the fours and then pairs put them on the back foot. Player of the day for South Auckland was Rose Webster and for West City it was Maine Ngametua.

The West City team was Peggy Wikaira (Capt), Barbara Herbert, Rita Wells, Lou Williams, Loreta Hunter, Maine Ngametua, Sarah Joseph and Gail Olliver. South Auckland were Patsy Grant ( Capt), Emma Ngametua, Sonia Lewis, Donna McElroy, Rose Webster, Annie Chung, and Bobby Nio.

The next challenge is on the 14 th February 2010 against the Auckland District RSA's ladies team again at the West City club rooms.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Sherlock Enua Memorial Mixed Pairs Sunday 15 November 2009


The Nikao Dart Club are running the Sherlock Enua Memorial Mixed Pairs on Sunday, 15th November 2009 at 10 am at their clubrooms above the bowling club at Gribblehurst Park, Sandringham Road, Mt Eden. Entry is $30 per pair. First prize is $500. Qualifying is a rolling draw with three wins from five to qualify. The knockout round is best of five and the final best of seven. For non-qualifiers there is a consolation round with a $100 first price. Organisers are Kid 027 448 6063 or Girl 264 1639 and 021 101 7572.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Wazza Wins Oceanic Masters


Warren Parry won the Oceanic Masters for the third time yesterday at the Otahuhu Working Men's Club, Auckland by defeating Preston Ridd in the final 7 to 1. This is the third time that Warren has won this title and it will be the third time he will travel to England to play in the PDC world championships. No New Zealander has got past the first round of this prestigious championship but Warren has come the closest. All Warren's expenses are to be paid and even if he looses his first round match he receives 6000 pound in prize money.

Sixteen players qualified for the main round. They were John Sinclair, Shane Tichowitsch (Aus), Richie Komene, Stan Motutere (Aus), Warren Parry, Barry Kapa, Steve MacArthur (Aus), John Dodunski, Preston Ridd, Mick Lacey, Rob Szabo, Richart Te Whero, Warren French, Toko Hazel, Bernie Smith and Craig Caldwell.

Warren's closest game was in the semi final against John Sinclair. John was in fine form in the first two legs winning with first a 161 finish then double eight. The third leg become pivotal when John on 61 hit triple 15 and missed two darts at double eight. Warren won that leg and seemed to go to another level winning 5 legs in a row before John pulled one back to make the score 5 to 3. In the next leg both Warren and John had trouble hitting the final double with Warren prevailing after several turns. John had played well scoring three 180's but it wasn't enough.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Bernie Smith Wins DPNZ and DPA Open


Bernie Smith of New Zealand defeated Steve MacArthur of Australia in the final of the DPNZ and DPA Open yesterday at the Otahuhu Working Men's Club 6 to 1. The open was a warm-up for today's Oceanic Masters where the winning player gets entry in to the PDC world championship in London in December.

There were only 30 players but it was a top quality field and no easy games. There were 16 that qualified for the main round and some extremely good players who did not qualify. The qualifiers were John Sinclair, Shane Tichowitsch ( Aus), Dean McGladdery (Aus), Steve MacArthur (Aus), Bernie Smith, Bill Fergus, Richie Komene, Warren Parry, Rob Szabo, Preston Ridd, Tony Lee, Warren French, Richard Te Whero, John Dudunski Craig Caldwell and Tom Williams.

In the final Bernie was in top form while Steve's form from the earlier rounds had faded. He could not quite find the triple 20 with any consistency. Bernie had several great finishes and finished the last leg on 92 by hitting the bull, a single 10 and double 16.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Australia 11 New Zealand 10


The Australian Dart Players team have defeated the NZ Club NZ team 11 to 10 last night at the Otahuhu Working men's Club. Australia was represented by Steve MacArthur (Captain), Shane Tichowitsch, Daniel Smith and Dean McGladdery. New Zealand was represented by Phil Hazel (Captain), Bernie Smith, Preston Ridd and Craig Caldwell.

After a round robin of pairs only Phil Hazel and Preston Ridd had recorded a win for the kiwis. The score was 3 to 1 in favour of Australia. After a round robin of singles the score was 10 all. Craig Caldwell was the most successful kiwi in the singles having three wins. He also scored back to back 180's in his game against Steve MacArthur. The seventh dart hit a single one ending the possibility of a 9 darter.

A team game of one leg of 1001 was played to decide the winner. The kiwis had the advantage when Phil Hazel won the bull and the right to start first. The scores were neck and neck with the kiwis just in front. NZ were on 16 when Australia went out on 85. Dean Gladdery hit triple 2, triple 13 and double tops to seal the win.

At 2pm today a singles tournament is to be held at the venue with a $500 first prize as a warm up for the Oceanic Masters tomorrow.


Top Flights Wild Card Tournament Cancelled

Topl Flights Committee organisers Dennis Hancock and Peter Hunt have announced that the wild card tournament planned for Saturday 31st October has been cancelled. They have been unable to secure the finances required to successfully host the 2010 Top Flights tournament. They are working hard to hold the tournament at a later date and to source the $15,000 required.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Counties 8 West City 6


Counties Manukau Darts association have beaten West City Darts Association 8 to 6 today at the Bellbird Arms, Manurewa to retain the Rene Stacey Shield by winning the last two singles. Coming to the last two games the score was 6 all. Jim Hennah and Peter Page for West City and Oz Crane and Rod Penney of Counties played the last single matches with Counties winning both. If West City had managed one win it would have led to a deciding team game but this was not to be.

The Counties team was John Sinclair, Tere Tou, Sonny Matekuare, Phil Cave, Sam Bryant, Hordie McKinnon, Oz Crane and Rod Penney. The West City team was Monty Tuhua, Stephen Holt, Mike Day, Paul Williams, Brevis Herbert, Dean Webster, Jim Hennah and Peter Page.

The previous evening Counties lost the Ben Hill trophy to Palmerston North darts Association in a close game. West City were to be the next challenger this 8th November. That challenge may not now take place as Palmerston have the right to refuse and not have a challenge to 2010. Paul Williams, President of West City said " We still hope to have the challenge but it is out of our hands and its up to Palmerston North as to whether our challenge is accepted".

Monday, October 12, 2009

Win A Ham 5 November to 17 December


Sunday, October 11, 2009

West City Ladies Defend Shield


West City Ladies team today played the Onehunga Dart Club ladies in an A.P.D.E. Ladies Challenge Shield match at their Ranui club rooms. West City won the match 9 to 5. The match was tied 5 all up until the last 4 singles games were played. West City won those last 4 games to win their first defence of the shield since winning against the Auckland Cook Island Ladies team in September.

The West City team was Peggy Wikaira (Captain), Barbara Herbert, Rita Wells, Lou Williams, Loreta Hunter, Maine Ngametua, Sarah Joseph and Gail Oliver. The Onehunga Ladies were Sally Tamarua, Linda Newcomb, Ivy Makahili, Flo Te Paki, Julie Palalagi, Linda Henry, Ma Dalton and Taati Yukich.

The next challenge game is against South Auckland Darts Association on 8th November at West City.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Ray and Peggy Win APDE Over 50's


Ray Tonga and Peggy Wikaira have won the Auckland provincial dart executive men's and ladies over 50 singles today at the Te Papapa Bowling Club, Captain Springs Road, Onehunga both winning 3 nil in their individual finals. Ray faced Marsh Tamatea while Peggy faced Ruth Blackwell. Ray started the last leg with a 160 start while Peggy in her last leg threw a 16 darter with a 180. Ray beat Dinx Cassidy in the semi-final and Peggy beat Bubs Sylva in her semi final.

Other players to score 180 were Les McFarlane and Marsh Tamatea. Next year the event is scheduled to be held in Hamilton.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Tony Lee Wins ADA Open singles


Tony Lee of the Tupapa club has won the Auckland Darts Association Open singles yesterday at the Mangere Bowling Club, Mangere by defeating Barry Kapa in the final 3 to 1. In the final Tony scored two 180's and had a finish of 133 in the last leg.

On the way to the final Tony defeated Peter Page and Sonny Matekurae whilst Barry defeated Junior Tuatea.
In the ladies singles Maria Siavale of the TS club was the winner.

David and Kristal Win Under 24's Mixed Pairs.


David Day and Kristal McDermott of the West City darts Association have won the New Zealand Dart Council under 24's mixed pairs yesterday at the Wellington Darts Association club rooms, Ruahine Street, Kilbirnie, Wellington. They defeated Teinaki Metua and Denise Hakeagatoa of the South Auckland Darts Association in the final 3 to 1. David was particularly accurate on his doubles hitting most first dart.

Later in the day David Day and Brent McLuckie made the last 8 in the men's pairs while Kristal made the last sixteen in the Ladies singles.

Today Denise Hakeagatoa and Dawn Unuka of South Auckland Darts have won the ladies pairs.
TK Pitomaki of South Auckland darts was runner-up in the men's singles. David and Brent failed to qualify.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Sunday News Mixed Threes Won by Anna, Rob and Mike


Anna Neho and Rob Szabo of Wellington and Mike Day a former Wellingtonian but now of Auckland have won the Sunday News Mixed Three's on Sunday afternoon at the West City Darts Association hall in Ranui by defeating the Auckland three of Tere Tou, John Sinclair and Annie Sinclair 4 to 2. They won $1200 in prize money. It was a very close contest and a high standard of darts.

There were 42 entries which was a record number and 20 qualifiers. John Sinclair had the most men's 180's with seven. John scored four of these in the semi final match against Dianne Fergus, Bill Fergus and Jamie Smith. The consolation was won by last year's main round winners Ray Evans, Kerri Joyce and Cyndric Joyce when they defeated Rogere Te Whero, Richard Te Whero and Ron Glavish.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Richard Te Whero Wins Mens Auckland Open


Richard Te Whero of the Cosmos Darts Association has won the Auckland Men's Open earlier this evening at the West City Darts Association and $1,000 worth of prize money defeating Mike Day 4 to 1. Richard's winning legs were 22,21, 18 and 18 darts. Mike's winning leg was 23 darts. Richard defeated Jamie Smith, Whitu Taylor, Steve Gooch and John Sinclair on the way to the final. Mike defeated Tukina Weko, Lou Tai, Wilson Henry and Lucas Edwards on the way to the final. Richard usually plays with glasses but had left them at home. It was rather remarkable that he could still see the board clearly enough to be so accurate in his throwing.
There were 70 entries and 36 qualifiers. Mike Day scored the most 180's with 7. Thirty seven were scored in total. Brian Steed had the highest finish of 123.
The most astounding effort of the day goes to Bailey Mathews of the Cosmos Club. Bailey is aged only 10 years. He managed to qualify and then win his opening match against Damian Robson to make the last 16 where he was defeated by Lucas Edwards. By making the last 16 Bailey would have received a NZ Dart Council ranking point and will be the youngest player to ever do so. His older brother Casey, aged 15 years, had to settle with winning the consolation round.
Paul Williams, West City Darts Association President, stated " We have had 114 entries total in the men's and ladies events. This is a record for the event and we intend to apply to the NZ Dart Council to be World ranked which would make the tournament bigger again next year."

Denise Walker wins Auckland Ladies Open


Denise Walker formerly of West Auckland now resident in Queensland, Australia has returned to New Zealand on holiday and won the Auckland Ladies Open earlier today at the West City Darts hall, Ranui beating Gail Taylor of Waihi in the final 4 to 2 and taking home $600 in prize money. On the way to the final Denise showed fine form with consistant scoring and finishing to beat Sandra Mathews, Peggy Wikaira and Bubs Sylva all of Auckland. Gail defeated Gerry McDonald and Jo Kinita on her way to the final.
There were 44 entries and 23 qualifiers. The highest finish of the day was Peggy with 145. Mayreen Tai, Diane Fergus and Maria Kokiri scored 180's. This was the most entries since the Auckland Open started 4 years ago. The tournament is New Zealand Dart Council ranked.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Open Wild Card Tournament 31 October 2009


Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Golden Oldies 4th October 2009


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Sunday, September 13, 2009

APDE Men's pairs Won by John and Sam


John Sinclair and Sam Bryant of Counties-Manukau won the APDE men's pairs today at the West City Darts Association hall in Ranui defeating Sonny Harris and Tony Lee of ADA in the final 3-2. The first leg was finished by Sam on double 7 and took 24 darts. The second leg was finished by Tony on 68 again in 24 darts. The third leg was won by John and Sam in 22 darts. The fourth leg won by Sonny and Tony in 21 darts. This was the best leg of the final. The final leg was rather tension filled and had the worst darts. Both pairs could have won and had their chances but it was John and Sam who prevailed when Sam hit double 16 with the 29th dart.


The men's highest start was 170 by John Sinclair. The highest finish was 142 by Brendon Deed. The most 180's were by Sonny Harris with two. A special prize was given to Bailey Mathews, aged 10 and his brother Casey Mathews, aged 15 for qualifying and being the youngest qualifiers.

APDE Ladies Pairs Won By Peggy and Lou




Peggy Wikaira and Lou Williams of West City Darts Association won the APDE Ladies pairs earlier today at the West City Darts Association Ranui defeating Malia Ioane and Liz Enva of ADA in the final 3 to 1. Peggy and Lou were undefeated all day. Peggy also won the prize of highest start with 146. Maria Siavale had the highest finish of the day with 143. Gail Olliver had the first 180.

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Lorene and Ken Win APDE Singles


Lorene Earnshaw and Ken Moir have won the APDE Ladies and Men's singles on Sunday at the West City Darts association club rooms, Ranui. Lorene won the Ladies final against Paeru Ngatuakana 3 to 1. Ken won the Men's final against Tama Kiliyu 3 to nil. The best leg in the men's final was a 19 darter by Ken. The best finish in the ladies final was 95 by Paeru.


There were 72 players participating. Chris Robson, Mal Berry and John Sinclair had the highest start for the men of 160. Rogere Te Whero had the highest start of 152 for the ladies. Mike Collett had the highest finish for the men of 160. Lou Williams had the highest finish of 116 for the ladies. Players to score 180 were Maxine Taaka, Lorene Earnshaw, Jason George, Robert Grant, Graham McElroy, John Dodunski x 3, Ken Moir x 2, Teinaki Metua, Rod Henry, Greville Hurst x 2, Lloyd Tuck, Mal Berry, Paul Williams and John Sinclair.


The next event at the West City club rooms is the APDE men's and ladies pairs on 13th September 2009.


Friday, September 4, 2009

Steve Holt Wins Club Night Singles


Steve Holt beat Peggy Wikaira On Thursday night at the West City Darts Association club night singles final 2-0. Steve beat Brevis Herbert to get to the final and Peggy beat Mike Day. There were 18 entries. This was a warm-up for the A.P.D.E. singles which are to be held at the club this Sunday. This tournament will involve players from throughout Auckland and from as far away as Hamilton.


On the way to the final Peggy scored two 180's and Steve scored a 124 finish. Others to score the maximum were Mike Day with two and Kevin Benjamin.

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Mike Day wins Ashes


Mike Day won the Ashes on Thursday night at the West City Darts Ranui club rooms. The trophy is played annually to remember West City members who have passed on. Mike met Stephen Holt in the final winning 2 legs to one with a final leg of 18 darts and a finish of 63. Steve was left stranded on 40.


The best leg of the evening was a 14 dart leg by Stephen Holt who hit 180 and followed it with a finish of 120. Steve had two other hundred plus finishes that evening finishing on 112 and 102. Other players to score 180 were Casey Mathews, Mike Day, Alan Rogers and Mark Padley.


The next event to be held at the club will be the APDE singles on Sunday, 6 th September with approximately 100 men and ladies participating. Check in is at 10.30 am with a 11.00 am start. This is a closed event with players being entered by the APDE member's clubs.


Sunday, August 16, 2009

Counties Retain North Island Shield


Counties Manukau Darts Association defeated West City Darts Association on Sunday 16th August 2009 at the Bellbird Arms in Manurewa in the North Island Shield Challenge 27 - 17. The format was 16 players per side with the side that first accrued 25 wins from the 48 matches being the winner. There was a round robin of four pairs for each of the eight pairs and each of the 16 players had one game of singles.


After the pairs the score was 20 to 12 with Counties only needing 5 of the 16 singles to gain a victory. West City matched Counties win for win in the singles but were too far behind Counties to catch up and pass them. Many of the games were very close with just Counties ability to hit the doubles the difference.


Player of the day for Counties was Sammy Bryant and player of the day for West City was Dave Owen. 180's were scored by Sam Bryant, Graham McIlroy, John Sinclair, Sonny Matekurae who got two, Wilson Henry, Mike Day who got two and Ken Moir who got two and Mony Tuhua. The highest finish was Toko Hazel with 154.


This is the only challenge Counties have had this year for the shield and will not face another for 12 months. They presently hold the Ben Hill trophy for supremacy of teams of eight men In the North Island and the Renee Stacey shield for supremacy in the Auckland area. West City are to have challenges for both these trophies later in the year so still have a chance to redeem themselves.


The West City team was Monty Tuhua, Ken Moir, Ron Glavish, Paul Earl, Brevis Herbert, Stephen Holt, Mike Day, Paul Williams, Lawrie Maber, Dean Webster, Dave Owen, Dean Woodward, Casey Mathews, Mark Padley, Moe Charlie and Jim Hennah.


The Counties Manukau team was Graham McIlroy, Sonny Matekurae, John Sinclair, Toko Hazel, Wilson Henry, Sam Bryant, Tere Tou, Hordie McKinnon, Rod Penny, Brett Bibby, James Crane, Phil Cave, Neil Vessels, Tom Williams, Haunui Hira and Dean Cameron.



Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Fathers Day Tournament, Mt Maunganui 6th September 2009


The Mt Maunganui Cosmopolitan Club are hosting a singles tournament on 6th September 2009 at their clubrooms in Mt Maunganui. Registration is 9.30 am with a 10.00 am start. It is an open tournament run under Club NZ rules. Entries can be made on the day.
Enquires to Faye Knaggs 07 575 8689 or 0274 748 061

Sunday, August 9, 2009

West City Ladies Win Shield


West City Ladies Team have won the APDE Ladies Challenge Shield from the Auckland Ladies Cook Islands team this afternoon at the Otahuhu Railway Bowling Club by 9 games to 5. The team started slowly loosing the first two games of fours but came back to equalise at three all after winning 3 of the 4 pairs. In the singles they won 6 out of 8 games with many games being very close.


The West City team was comprised of Peggy Wikaira, Barbara Herbert, Lorreta Hunter, Lou Williams, Gail Olliver, Rita Wells, Sarah Joseph and Maine Ngametua. The Cook Island team was Tia Angene, Ani Glassie, Mata Tuao, Sally Ahsin, Martha Ka, Maine Nookura, Haumata Metua and Rachel Philips.
The shield has been competed for since 1965. West City have not held the shield since 2001. Paul Williams, Club President, said " The next challenge will be at West City Darts Asssociation hall sometime towards the end of September against a yet to be confirmed opponent".

Saturday, August 8, 2009

West City Results from Nationals


West City Dart Association members competing this last week at Nelson in the National Darts Championships had mixed results.


Mike Day, Paul Williams, Ken Moir and Captain Monty Tuhua started the week as part of the Auckland Mens's region team winning the National title after defeating Canterbury in the final. Mike in the games leading to the final managed a 14 dart leg of 701 and nine 180's.


The Auckland Ladies region team, Captained by Peggy Wikaira and including Sarah Joseph lost to Taumaranui King Country in the final after a tied result and a team game. Peggy nearly stole the team game for Auckland just missing a 125 finish before Taumaranui finished on 34.


In other results P J Johnson and Janet Greatorex made the last 16 in the Husband and wife. Peggy Wikaira playing with Graham McIlroy and Lou Williams playing with Ken Moir made the last 16 in the mixed pairs. In the NZ open singles Monty Tuhua and Peggy made the last 32. In the Ladies pairs Peggy and Martha Ka made the last 16. Paul Williams and Mike Day made the last 32 in the men's pairs. Monty made the last 32 in the men's singles. Peggy made the last 8 in the Ladies singles.


Mike Day was selected for the North Island men's B team which defeated the South Island men's B team.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Monty and Kevin Win Drawn Pairs


Monty Tuhua and Kevin Benjamin won the West City Darts Association club night drawn pairs on Thursday evening at the West City clubrooms in Ranui 2-0 against Peggy Wikaira and Lou Williams.

In the qualifying rounds Peggy and Lou actually defeated Monty and Kevin only to go off the boil in the final. Peggy and Lou had the best leg of the evening hitting a 15 darter with 140, 60, 140, 41 and 100 finish against Peter Page and Daniel Smith.

Many of the players participating will be travelling to Nelson this weekend to participate in the New Zealand Dart Council championships. Monty is the Auckland Men's captain and Peggy the Auckland Ladies captain.

Monty Tuhua 1 x 180

Friday, July 24, 2009

North Island Shield Challenge Team Squad named


Stephen Holt, club captain, named the West City North Island Shield Challenge team squad at the club rooms Thursday evening for the game against Counties Manukau, who are the present holders on 16th August 2009. Stephen said " The squad will be reduced to 16 with some reserves a little closer to the event. Counties Manukau have not settled on a venue yet and we are waiting for notice of that".


Dean Webster, Jimmy Hennah, Ron Glavish, Alan Rogers, Mark Padley, Dean Woodward, Mike Day, Monty Tuhua, Brevis Herbert, Paul Earl, Paul Williams, Stephen Holt, Ken Moir, Moe Charlie, Dave Owens, Peter Page, David Day, Casey Mathews and Lawrie Maber.

Peggy and Ken Prevail


Peggy Wikaira and Ken Moir won the ladies and men's West City Club singles respectively Thursday evening at the West City Darts Association club rooms in Ranui to gain club representation in the Auckland Provincial Dart Executive singles by defeating all comers.


Ken was undefeated on the night winning all his 5 qualifying games and then beating Mike Day and Stephen Holt in the knockout rounds before meeting Paul Williams in the final. In the first leg Ken blasted away with successive scores of 140, 140, 60 and 137 before loosing his way a bit and finishing on 3. Paul was left on 41. In the second leg the pattern was the same with Ken scoring 140, 121, 60, 100 before finally finishing on 40. Ken was unsure if he would represent West City in the A.P.D.E. singles as he in the past has had the opportunity to represent the City of Sails and Auckland District RSA's in this prestigious event. Stephen Holt, Paul Williams and Moe Charlie will represent West City In the A.P.D.E. singles with one possible other.


Peggy had a slightly more rocky way to the ladies final loosing her first game in qualifying against Gail Olliver but managed to win the remainder and then beat Sarah Joseph in the final 2-0. Peggy will represent West City in the A.P.D.E. singles along with Gail, Sarah and Lou Williams.


Stephen Holt 1 x 180

Paul Williams 1 x 180

Alan Rogers 1 x 180

Ken Moir 2 x 180

Daniel Smith 1 x 180

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Auckland Region Ladies Hit Out


The Auckland Region Ladies team held a practise on Tuesday evening at the West City Darts Association hall in Ranui in preparation for the New Zealand Dart Council Championships to be held in Nelson during August. They played a match against an invitation side using the same format that will be used in Nelson.


The invitation side was led by Paul Williams and comprised a mixture of men and lady players. The ladies team was managed by Girl Kahaki and captained by Peggy Wikaira. The invitation team managed to beat the ladies. There was a lot of laughter and fun amongst the participants and Peggy stated afterwards " This practise was very enjoyable and worthwhile. The team is looking forward to representing Auckland well in Nelson".


The team is;


Peggy Wikaira (Captain)

Vaine Blackie

Lorene Earnshaw 1 x 180

Bub Sylva 1 x 180

Tauturu John 1 x 180

Sarah Joseph

Malia Ioane

May Houkamau

Ruth Blackwell

Nga Smyth

Girl Kahaki (Manager)



Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Update for players

Hi Guy's, The A.D.A. League is underway on the 21st Feb 09. Please check the calendar, or click on schedules page to view your upcoming games, more will be posted in due course. All the best to all the teams for 09, and Go Hard...

Club Competitions Update

Hi Guy's please check the Calendar page for all your dates regards club competitions. Please note: league teams, that your draw is also posted up in League Schedules page. please read to get aquainted with this option, it does take a lot of work for your benefit, please use this option. Cheers Pauly...

Club Nights

Hi to all, our club night is on Thursday nights,check in from 7:00pm, games start at 7:30. please be there as information from your club captain will be available regarding the 2009 Leagues and competition events, you need to express your interest to the club captain regarding your availability for these leagues/events.Please


NOTE!Dear Members We are at the start of the new dart season and yes we are back on the 8th January 2009. We start club nights on 15/01/09 at 7.30pm. We welcome all new players on the night and new members need to complete their membership application on the night. Members fees ($40.00) are to be paid by the 14/02/09.The club will be open from the 8/1/2009,but club night will start on the 15th. Please see Charlotte as to what darts you want to play this year. Leagues available are : ADA (Saturday) and WADL(Friday League). All Club Nights will Be Every Thursday Night...at 7:30pm startMany thanks Paul...