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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Swanson RSA Open Pairs 22/1/11


Sunday, December 12, 2010

Ken, Wilson and Peggy Win Birkenhead Mixed Threes



Ken Moir, Wilson Henry and Peggy Wikaira have won the Birkenhead RSA Last Chance Ham Mixed Threes held earlier today at the Birkenhead RSA beating a team led by Peter Wearing. There were only 16 entries. This must have been disappointing to the organisers who have held this event at the same time for a good number of years. Unfortunately the Avondale RSA decided to have a mixed pairs ham tournament on the same day which undoubtedly took some players away. Six teams did travel down from Whangarei to play and were joined by 10 local teams. Ken Moir had the first 180 and highest score with 145.

In the Avondale RSA mixed pairs Brendon Deed of Swanson RSA and Rina Coady of West City won the final playing Mike Collet and Ngauru Wikaira of the Mt Wellington RSA. There were 16 entries in this tournament also.

On Sunday 19 December at 12 noon West City Darts Association are having their AGM. It will be followed immediately by a ham tournament for members only.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Cody Harris wins Men's Champ of Champ Singles


Cody Harris of the Auckland Darts Association defeated John Sinclair of the Northern Area in the men's Champion of Champion singles at the Otahuhu Working men's club, Otahuhu on Saturday 4 th December 2010, 4 to 1. The event was held directly after the pairs reported below.


In the final Cody won the bull and won the first two legs with two 21 darters. John then hit back with brilliant leg of 13 darts hitting 140,140,180, 29 then double 6. Cody picked up the next leg with a 21 darter and the final leg with a 17 darter.


John has been a very consistent performer in this event winning it 9 previous times and winning it 5 years in a row prior to this defeat by Cody. John hit 10 scores of 100 or more in final including two 180's. Cody had 13 scores of 100 or more. Interestingly John had the better average of 79.29 per throw as opposed to Cody's average of 78.2 per throw. This was due to the 13 darter John threw which impacted the averages.


There were 24 qualifiers, 21 x 180's, John Sinclair had the most with 5, John also had the highest finish with 110. John defeated Richard Te Whero of Cosmos 3 to 0 in the semi final and Cody defeated Neil Francis of the Northern area 3 to 0 in his semi final.
Girl Kahaki, Sybil Pugh and helpers did an excellent job of organising and running this event.

Next Sunday there are two ham tournaments taking place. One a mixed pairs at the Avondale RSA with a 12 noon check. The other a mixed threes at the Birkenhead RSA with a 9.30 check in.

Cody and Sonny Harris Win Champ of Champ Pairs


Cody and Sonny Harris of Auckland Darts Association have won the Champion of Champion men's pairs held at the Otahuhu Working Mens Club, Otahuhu on Saturday, 4th December 2010. They defeated Sam Bryant and Willie Hopokingi of Counties Manukau in the final 4 to 3.


A interesting feature of the game was that the first six legs all went against the throw. In the deciding leg Cody won the bull and had the three dart advantage. It was only then that the leg went with the throw and Cody hit the winning double. Only Cody and Sam were to hit the doubles. Sam and Willy won their legs with 20, 27 and 32 darts. Cody and Sonny won their legs with 20,21,20 and 19 darts.


In the semi final Sam and Willie defeated John Sinclair and Neil Francis of the Northern area. Sony and Cody defeated Monty Tuhua and Ken Moir of West City in their semi final.


24 x 180's were scored. John Sinclair hit the most with 4.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Auckland Ladies Champ of Champs


Peggy Wikaira has defeated Maria Siavali 4 to 2 in the final of the Auckland Ladies Champ of Champs singles held earlier today at the Otahuhu Workingmen's club, Otahuhu. There were 24 qualifiers. Peggy only lost 2 legs after qualifying and that was in the final. She defeated Judy Ngatai another member of the Auckland team in the semi-final.

Yesterday Lorene Earnshaw and Bubs Sylva won the ladies pairs defeating Nga Smyth and Helena Mitchell in that final.

The men's champ of champs is to be held at the same venue next Sunday.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Ted Clement Memorial Singles


Koha Kokiri won the Ted Clement Memorial men's singles on Sunday defeating Rob Szabo 5 to 2 in the final. Koha defeated Greg Moss in the semi final and Rob Szabo defeated Craig Pullen in his semi-final. It was a remarkable effort from Rob who was suffering from food poisoning. Lorene Earnshaw won the ladies final defeating Mihi Pike 5 to 3. Lorene defeated Janet Jonathon in her semi-final and Mihi defeated Kate Keefe. There were 118 entries.
This was the last New Zealand Dart Council ranking tournament of the year and left Peter Hunt as the men's number 1 for the 2010 season and Lorene Earnshaw as the Ladies number 1.

Ted Clement Memorial Pairs Results


Craig Pullen and Steve Gooch won the Ted Clement Memorial men's pairs on Saturday at the Levin Cosmopolitan Club, Main Road, Levin by defeating Craig Caldwell and Mark McGrath in the final 4 games to 3. Craig and Steve managed two 13 darters in the final the last one in the deciding leg. Mark was momentarily embarrassed in the first leg finishing on 128 with a bullshot when he in fact had 118. Craig took advantage of the miscount and finished next shot on 60. In the Ladies final Polly Luke and Kate Keefe defeated Mihi Pike and Lorene Earnshaw 4 to 0. 46 Pairs were entered.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Sherlock Enua Mixed Pairs


Ken Moir and Peggy Wikaira won the Sherlock Enua Memorial Mixed Pairs by defeating Sonny Harris and Piki Morrison in the final 4 to 2 earlier today at The Nikao Dart Club, Gribblehurst Park, Sandringham. In the final Ken had a 134 finish in the 3rd leg. The legs went with the throw till the 6th leg when Ken hit double 8 to bring the win.

There were 30 entries and 14 qualifiers. In the semi-final Ken and Peggy defeated John and Annie Sinclair 3 to 0. Sonny and Piki defeated Cody Harris and Girl Kahaki 3 to 0.

The prize for most 180's went to John Sinclair. Highest men's finish went to Cody Harris with 149. Highest ladies finish went to Annie Sinclair with 113.

Over a $1000 was paid in prize money. The prizes were presented by Sherlock's brother and sister.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Swanson Pairs 22 January 2011


Sherlock Enua Mixed Pairs 14/11/10


Sunday, November 7, 2010

Counties Manukau 27 West City 21

Counties Manukau retained the North Island Shield earlier today when the beat the challenger West City 27 to 21 at the Bellbird Tavern, Manurewa. It was their third successful defence of the shield in 2010. After the pairs it was 18 to 14 to Counties with West City needing 11 of the 16 singles to snatch a win. They started well but faded with Counties running away with it.
The Counties team was John Sinclair, Toko Hazel, George McKinnon, Tere Tou, Sam Bryant, Sonny Matekurae, Tom Williams, Willie Bornman, Colin Harris, Warren Nicholson, Steve Overstyzen, Willie Hopokingi, Haunui Hira, Dean Cameron, Warren Clark and Richard Hinga. West City were Mike Day, Monty Tuhua, Ken Moir, Ron Glavish, Brevis Herbert, Alan Rogers, Casey Mathews, Steve Holt, Tony Lee, Graham McIlroy, Gordon Comrie, Dean Webster, Blair Neverman, David Day, Paul Williams, Dean Woodward.
The result was identical to the challenge held 12 months previous with same scores after the pairs.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Ham and Chicken Tournaments


Sunday, October 31, 2010

Counties Manukau 10 West City 4


Counties Manukau held the Renee Stacey Shield in a challenge by West City Darts Association earlier today at the Bellbird Tavern, Manurewa, winning 10 to 4. After the fours and pairs it was tied 3 all. Then Counties pulled away winning 7 to 1 in the singles. The Renee Stacey Shield is for supramacy in Auckland Provincial Darts.
John Sinclair the Counties number one player had the highest average in the singles hitting 85.8 for every three darts. Which is pretty good off a double start. In the fours he averaged 109.24 each time he threw. In the pairs he averaged 81.48. The best for the visitors was Monty Tuhua with 68.9.
John Sinclair hit two 180's, Paul Williams, hit two 180's, Monty Tuhua 1 x 180. The best finish was 116 from Phil Cave. Paul Williams had the best leg of the day with a 16 darter.
Next Sunday at the Bellbird the two teams meet again in a North Island Shield Challenge.

Friday, October 29, 2010

NZ Team Leave For Asia Pacific Cup 1/11/10


The black flights are flying to Japan on Monday, 1st November 2010, to play in the Asia Pacific Cup being held in Tokyo. The event runs from the 3/11/10 to the 6/11/10. The Japan Open will be held 7/11/10.
Results can be found at http://www.jsfd.or.jp/
All the best to the team. Jane Harrington one of the original selections has withdrawn and there is no news on who has replaced here. First pick would be Mihi Pike who was named as reserve.

Christmas Social Saturday 13 November 2010


West City darts Association are holding a Christmas social on Saturday, 13 th November 2010 at their club rooms at 103 Glen Road, Ranui. There is going to be a live band and a light supper provided. Entry is by tickets with a limit of 200. These are selling fast but there are still some available for $10 each from the bar at West City or you can ring committee member Gail Olliver, phone 0277384263. Everyone is welcome whether club members or not.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

NZRSA Nationals Results Labour Weekend at Pukekohe.



  • Glen Eden 1, Ken Moir, Greg West, Kevin Barr and Veronica Hazel beat the Whangarei team of Peter Herewini, Gavin Robertson, Mark Gartwaite and Gary Whyte in the main fours final.

  • Glen Eden 3, Bob Sadler, Malcolm Jones, John Amosa and Grant McKean won the consolation fours against Whangarei 2 team of Jimmy Joyce, Warren herriot, Eric Mustchin and Max Pullen.

  • Ken Moir and Greg West beat Peter Herewini and Gavin Roberston in the main pairs final.

  • Bruce Abbot and Jim Fayen of the Onehunga RSA won the consolation pairs.

  • Ken Moir beat Gary Ngatai of the Mt Wellington RSA in the final of the singles.

  • There were 92 players. Next years Nationals will be in Wainuiomata at Labour Weekend.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Dunedin Results


Bernie Smith and Jason Beastie Boy Ladbrooke have won the men's pairs at the Otago Darts Association hall, King Edward Street, Dunedin yesterday evening beating Monty Tuhua and Shannon Brown 4 to 3 in the final. In the ladies final Rachael and Karli Padget defeated sisters Jukie and Wendy Scollar 3 to 2.

In the Alan King Memorial singles played today, Tony Carmichael beat Bernie Smith 5 to 1 in the men's final and Bernie was lucky to win a leg with Tony throwing exceptional darts. Rachael Padget beat Lorene Earnshaw 5 to 2 in the ladies final. This is a world and NZ ranked singles event.

Dave and Jane Harrington beat Bernie and Jenny Smith 4 to 3 in the mixed pairs held on Sunday.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Aotearoa Maori Pairs Results


Cody and Sonny Harris of South Auckland defeated Richard Te Whero and Monty Tuhua of West Auckland in the Aotearoa NZDC maori pairs this afternoon at the Taumaranui Cosmopolitan Club, Taumaranui. All four players had been semi finalists in the singles the day before.


Jannette Jonathon and her sister Marion Morgan won the ladies pairs beating Polly Luke and Gerri McDonald both of Wellington in the final. Jannette was in fine form. Good luck to her and rest of the NZ team in the Asia Pacific Cup in Japan early in November.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Richard Te Whero and Polly Luke win Maori Singles


Richard Te Whero has beaten Cody Harris in the final of the Aotearoa NZDC Maori men's singles held earlier today at the Taumarunui Cosmopolitan club, Taumarunui. Richard defeated Monty Tuhua in the semi final. Cody defeated his father Sonny in the other semi-final. All four semi-finalists were from Auckland

Polly Luke of Kapi Mana defeated Jannette Jonathon of Taumarunui in the Ladies final. Polly defeated Mabel Allison of Taupo in her semi and Janette defeated Helen Makiha of Kapi Mana.
Numbers are a little down on last years tournament held at Kapi Mana.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

West City Play NSW Touring team







West City Darts Association played a team led by Mark Luckwell from New South Wales Australia On Friday night and again earlier today at the West City City clubrooms in Ranui. Mark's team was coming to the end of a tour of the North Island having played in Wellington, Gisborne, Rotorua and Palmerston North before coming to Auckland. On Friday night a round robin pairs competition was played against the eight Australians ending in an 18 all draw. Today a pairs and singles format resulted in a 24 to 21 win from West City. Though the games were competitive it was mainly a social occasion. West City put down a hangi for the visitors and this was enjoyed by all.



Mark had this to say about his teams tour of NZ " I brought a team of friends from OZ. My main objective was to show them how darts is played in N.Z. In Australia we are much more reserved. There is no way that music is ever played while there is a game on. People as a general rule are quiet and do not talk much to their opposition. It is not so much as being ignorant as following a tradition of playing darts and not too much emphasis is placed on camaraderie of playing against each other. These last 9 days have been a learning curve for all of us. From Wellington on Oct 1 till today there has been nothing but warmth, love and respect shown to me and my group. Nothing has been too much of a problem and we are certainly appreciative of everything that has been done for us. Personally I had an inkling of how we would be received but I took enormous pride in how my group adapted to out guests and how they also appreciated everything that was done for us. I sincerely believe that we Aussies have much to learn from our neighbours from this side of the Tasman, The infrastructure, support and approach to the game of darts far out weigh how darts are played at home. We truly have much to learn from our neighbours on this side of the Tasman. Perhaps ad-hoc trips like the one I organised may show my fellow country men a better way of approaching the game than we do at present. I know our group have been inspired. In finishing on behalf or our group I would like to thank each one of every one of you from West City for your friendship and hospitality it is appreciated by us all".



Friday, October 1, 2010

Wellington Puma Open 25 June 2011


Waikato Puma Open 6 February 2011


Auckland Puma Open 29/1/11




Sunday, September 26, 2010

Tony and Maria Win ADA Open Singles


Tony Lee won the Auckland Darts Association Open Men's singles earlier today at the Royal George clubrooms, Avondale racecourse by beating Peter Page 3 to one in the final. There were 9 qualifiers. Maria Siavale beat Raewyn Heavey in her final. There were 8 lady entrants. Both Tony and Maria had won the same title in 2009.

Ken and Peggy Win King Country Puma Open


Ken Moir representing the Glen Eden RSA won the King Country, Clubs NZ, Puma Open men's singles yesterday at the Taupo Cosmopolitan Club, Taniwha Street, Taupo. He defeated Warren Nicholson from the Mt Wellington RSA 5 - 1 in the final. There were 17 qualifiers.
Peggy Wikaira representing the Onehunga Working Men's Club defeated Maria Harris of the Waitomo Club in her final 5-2. There were 9 qualifiers.
Ken and Peggy recieved $150 each for the win and 11 Clubs NZ ranking points.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Brendon, Faye and Greg Win Sunday News mixed Threes


Brendon deed, Faye Shearsby and Greg West defeated Ken Moir, Wilson Henry and Peggy Wikaira 4 to 3 in the Sunday News mixed threes on Sunday at the West City Darts Assoc club rooms in Ranui. They won $1200 for first and Ken's team picked up $600 for second. There were 42 teams in all from as far away as Wellington and Australia. A Northland team of Brian Steed, john Chapman and Jo Steed were defeated by Brendon's team in the semi-final. Ken's team in the semi final defeated Sonny Harris, Tony Lee and Lindy Ogatau.
18 X 180S were scored. the highest ladies finish was 116 by Rita Wells. Darren, Cory and Eva Herewini family team from Kapi Mana won the consolation beating a West City team of Dean Webster. Jason Amos and Lorreta Hunter. Darren hit 157 finish in consolation final. Go to youtube.com and search Sunday News darts mixed threes 2010 to see end match.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Cyndric Joyce and Janette Johnathon Win Auckland Open

Cyndric Joyce defeated Richard Te Whero in the Auckland Men's Open on Saturday at the West City Darts Association club rooms in Ranui. 82 players entered the field. Richard defeated Rob Szsabo in a tight game in the semi final . The final was one sided. Richard did win 2 legs hitting 76 to go out in one but had played his best darts early on. Richard was defending the title he won last year.

In the ladies final Janette defeated Malia Ioane 4 - 0. Malia had played well in the earlier games but could not find her range in final. There were 38 ladies entered. Janette defeated Peggy Wikaira in the semi final and Malia defeated Anna Neho.

Below are three short videos showing last leg. Cyndric hits a 180 and finishes in 16 darts. Girl Kahaki is calling the final. Mike Corlett and Monty Tuhua are chalking. These videos are now on youtube.com under titles NZDC Auckland Puma Darts Open 2010 for first video and then same with Part 2 and then Part 3 attached to title. The video is much clearer on youtube.




Sunday, September 12, 2010

National Service Club Pairs and Puma Open results.


Wilson Henry and Toko Hazel won the National Service Club men's pairs yesterday at the National Service club, Market Street, Hastings. After qualifying they were undefeated in both lives. There were 21 men's pairs. Jonathon Silcock scored the first 180.
In the ladies pairs Peggy Wikaira and Veronica Hazel won the final 3 to 1. Peggy had the highest ladies start with 146 and the first 180. 18 ladies pairs took part.
In the men's Puma Open held earlier today at the same venue Willis Fergus defeated Johnathon Silcock in the final. Wilson Henry won the consolation round beating Peter Page 4 to 0. Peter had the highest finish for the day with 137.
In the Ladies Puma Open final Kathy Orbell defeated Peggy Wikaira 6 to 5 in a very close game. In the consolation final Anna Neho defeated Dianne Fergus.
This tournament was a well organised and well run. Very generous prize money of $6000 paid out over the two days. I enjoyed this tournament and would recommend it to anyone. A well established tournament the Club NZ ranking points on offer this year gave the tournament more significance which should see its popularity grow.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Akld Club NZ Puma Open 29/1/11


Royal George Raise $508 for under 24's


Last night a nominated pairs tournament was held at the Royal George club rooms at the Avondale race course to raise money for the Auckland under 24 team which are playing in the NZ under 24 championships in Kapi Mana later this month. Organised by Lou Williams she was pleased to hand over a cheque of $508 to peter Page, secretary, West City Darts Association at the end of the evening. This money will assist the players with travel and accommodation costs.


14 pairs played. Wilson Henry and Toko Hazel defeated Dean Webster and Jo Kinita in the final. Casey Williams won the prize for the first 180. Dean kindly donated his prize money to the under 24 team. Wilson and Toko are travelling to Hastings this weekend to play in the National Service Club pairs and the Puma Open. Good luck to them both. Most other top Auckland players will be staying in Auckland to play in the APDE pairs in Papakura on Sunday.

Peggy and Ken Win APDE singles


Peggy Wikaira and Ken Moir of West City won the women's and men's Auckland provincial Dart Executive singles respectively this past Sunday at the West City Darts Association club rooms in Ranui. Approximately 100 men and ladies competed. Peggy defeated Vaine Blackie 3-1 in the ladies final finishing the last leg on 100. Ken defeated Paul Williams 3-1 in the men's final. Ken also won this title last year. Peggy had the highest finish with 156. John Sinclair had the most 180's with 4. This coming Sunday the APDE pairs are being held at the Papakura club.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Palmerston North Districts 14 West City 10


Palmerston North Districts Dart Association defeated West City Darts Association 14 to 10 in the Ben Hill Challenge Trophy match this evening at the Manawatu Darts Association hall, Tremaine Avenue Palmerston North. It was 8 all after the round robin of pairs. Palmerston won the first 4 singles before West City hit back with the next two. West City had to win the remainder to force a team game. They were unable to do so. The West City team was Graham McIroy, Ken Moir, Monty Tuhua ( Captain ), Tony Lee, Dean Webster, Brevis Herbert, Stephen Holt and David Day. Palmerston North were Peter Hunt, Bill Fergus, Kelvin Greig, Ollie Outtman, Darryl Currie, Todd Smith, Peter Hawke and Jamie Smith.

Ken Moir Wins The Ashes


Ken Moir won the Ashes Thursday night at the West City Darts Association clubrooms by defeating Mike Day in the final. The Ashes are played for annually and represent all the players that have passed on. 31 players entered. Ken defeated Peggy Wikaira in the semi-final and Mike defeated Stephen Holt.

Friday, June 18, 2010

Monty and Loretta Win West City Club Singles

Monty Tuhua won the West City Club men's singles yesterday evening at the West City clubrooms in Ranui. He defeated Paul Williams in the final 2 to 1. Monty scored 4 x 180's on the way to the final. There were 21 entries. Ten 180's were scored overall.
Loretta Hunter won the ladies final against Gail Olliver 2 to 1. There were 14 lady entrants.

Sunday, May 30, 2010

West City Pairs 20/5/2010 Results


Monty Tuhua and Ken Moir won the West City Club men's Pairs beating Mike Day and Paul Williams in the final. This was the second year they had won having beatent Mike and Paul in 2009 as well. Eleven pairs took part. New member, Gordon Comrie from Scotland, had the most 180's with two.

In the ladies pairs Peggy Wikaira and Rita Wells defeated Sarah Joseph and Jo Kinita. There were 6 ladies pairs.

Mixed Pairs 13th June 2010


Sunday, May 9, 2010

Henderson RSA Mixed Open Drawn Pairs 23/5/10


Sunday, April 25, 2010

Monty and Jannette Win North Island Masters


Monty Tuhua and Jannette Jonathon won the men's and ladies North Island Masters singles titles earlier today at the Hastings Darts Association club rooms, Hastings. Monty played Rob Szabo in the final of the men's and won 5 legs to 3. Rob won the bull and started first hitting a 15 darter and finishing on 80. Monty replied with a 15 darter of his own finishing on 120. Rob then hit a 17 darter finishing on 40. Monty replied with another 15 darter finishing on 101 and hitting a 180. Monty then broke throw and hit a 19 darter with a 40 finish. Rob broke back and hit another 17 darter finishing on 40. Monty then hit an 18 darter finishing with 88 on the bull. He followed it up with a 19 darter finishing on 40 in the deciding leg.
Monty had defeated Peter Hunt, last years winner and the NZ number 1 player in the semi final. Peter in an earlier game came close to hitting a 9 darter. He put his first 7 darts in the triple 20 and then missed triple 19 to have a shot at double 12. Rob Szabo defeated Craig Caldwell in his semi final.
In the 2009 dart season Monty finished third in the NZ Dart Council rankings without doing any practice and just relying on match play. Recently he played in the South Island Masters and had a poor showing. He decided he better practice. For this tournament he practiced 20 minutes a day and it seemed to pay off.
Jannette had it mainly her own way defeating Mihi Pike 5 legs to nil in her final. She finished the last leg on 83. She defeated Polly Luke in the semi final. Mihi had defeated Lorene Earnshaw in her semi final.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Paddles Says Goodbye


Mark Padley, known as Paddles by all, has been a member of the West City Darts association for the past 4 years. On Sunday 24th April Paddles is leaving New Zealand to go and live in Greece so he can look after his elderly father who is 82 and retired there. Paddles will be missed by all those who know him. There have been several farewell parties for him and on Thursday he will be at the West City club night for the last time. Anyone wishing to wish him all the best is most welcome to come along.

Paddles has been playing darts on and off for ten years in total. He first played in Blenheim whilst he was in the Airforce for the Corsairs dart team in the early 1980's. The highlight of his darting career was winning the Inter-Dominion pairs with Jimmy Hennah when it was played at the Henderson RSA in 2008. Paddles favourite scoring spot is the triple 19. Paddles being shorter than most has to reach on tip toe to pull darts from double 20 so has found triple 19 closer to his height. He hits many 171's in the way some players hit the 180's. His darting tip is "hit the double first".

His new address will be Tolo Nr Naphion, Greece. He still owns a house in Ranui so has kept a foothold here. So who knows when he gets sick of Ouzo and goat cheese maybe he will come back.

Goodbye Paddles we will miss you. Bon Voyage.

Auckland Region Men's playoffs


The Auckland Region men's team was selected today after the region 2 playoff held at the West City Darts Association club rooms, Glen Road, Ranui. There were 27 players and after a round robin the ten with the most wins to make the team were; Mike Day 22, Ken Moir 20, Cody Harris 20, Ray Tonga 19, Monty Tuhua 19, George McKinnon 18, Sonny Harris 17, Robert Grant 16, Tony Lee 15 and Wilson Henry 15. Graham McIlroy also had 15 wins but elected not to go into a playoff with Tony Lee and Wilson Henry to secure the tenth spot.

Monty Tuhua was made Captain for the second year running. Ken Moir had the most 180's with 8. Grace Cassidy was named as men's manager.

Auckland Region Ladies Playoffoffs




The Auckland Region Ladies Team was selected earlier today at the region 2 playoffs held at West City club rooms, Glen Road, Ranui. There were 24 players playing in a round robin. The ten ladies with the most wins comprised the team as follows: Bubs Sylva 19, Peggy Wikaira 19, Malia Ioane 18, Judy Ngati 16, Lorenne Earnshaw 14, Mata Atitoa 14, Maxine Tucker 13, Sara Joseph 13, May Houkamu 13 and Jo Kinita 12. Peggy was named as Captain. Lorene had the most 180's with 2. Oronsay Tairua was named as manager.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Ken and Loretta Win Rose Bowl


Ken Moir and Loretta Hunter won the Holt Rose Bowl last night at the West City Darts Association club rooms, Glen Road, Ranui. They defeated Mike Day and Sarah Joseph in the final.
The Holt Rose Bowl has been played for annually since 1971 and is a memorial trophy to the grandfather of current West City player Steve Holt. It is a drawn mixed pairs open only to club members.
There were 12 teams and 6 teams qualified. Mike and Sarah defeated Dean Webster and Rita Wells in the semi-final. Ken and Loretta defeated David McNamara and Jo Kinita in there semi final.
Report Steve Holt.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Mike and Wendy Day Win Des Heavey Memorial Mixed Pairs


Mike and Wendy Day won the Des Heavey Memorial Mixed Pairs earlier today at the West City Darts Association club rooms, Glen Road, Ranui by defeating Ray Tonga and Lynette Bennett 3 to 1 in the final. The first two legs of the final were rather awful. The first one was won by Mike and Wendy in 33 darts and the second by Ray and Lynette in 32. Mike Day then decided to pull his finger out and he and Wendy won the third leg in 25 darts with Mike just missing a 170 finish by hitting the 25. In the last leg it was better with Mike and Wendy finishing in 21 darts and Mike hitting a 180.

There were 33 entries and 18 qualifiers. Nine 180's were scored. Wilson Henry got the first with his first three darts of the day. Mike Day had the most with two. Paul Williams had the highest men's finish with 117 and Jo Kinita had the highest ladies finish with 124.

$300 was donated to the West Auckland Hospice. This was presented to Wendy Day the representative of the West Auckland Hospice by Raewyn Heavey the President of the West City Darts Association.

The consolation was won by Stephen Holt and Rita Wells when they beat Michael Hogan and Jeanette Tonga.
The next event at West City is the Holt Rose Bowl on Thursday 15 April at 7.30 pm. This is a financial members only drawn mixed pairs event. Followed by the Auckland Region playoffs on Sunday 18th April.

Friday, March 26, 2010

West City Playoffs




West City Darts Association had their club playoffs to select 8 men and 8 ladies to go to the Region 2 playoffs for the Auckland team on 18th April 2010 last night at their club rooms. The top eight men from the playoffs are Ken Moir, Mike Day, Tony Lee , Monty Tuhua, Graham McIlroy, Steve Holt, Dean Webster and Peter Page. The team was selected after a round robin of 701 one leg. 15 men tried out for the team. Ken Moir had the most wins with 12 from 14 games. The ladies team was Peggy Wikaira, Rita Wells, Kristal McDermott, Jo Kinita, Lou Williams, Gail Olliver, Veronica Hazel and Sarah Joseph. 11 ladies played. Peggy had the most wins with 10 from 10.


The next event at West City is the Des Heavey Memorial mixed pairs on Saturday, 3rd April 2010.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Tokoroa Cossie Club Mixed Three's 18/7/10


Friday, March 19, 2010

Ken and Peggy Win West City Mixed Pairs


Ken Moir and Peggy Wikaira won the West City mixed Pairs title last night at West City's club rooms in Ranui by defeating Steve Holt and Rita Wells in the final 2 - 0. Ken scored a 180 in the final. This was his only 180 of the night. This represented a drop in form on his part as the week before at West City club night he had scored 8 of them. Ken said ' I am a bit off because I catching the flu'.

There were 14 entries and 7 qualifiers. In the semi-final Ken and Peggy defeated Casey Mathews and Loretta Hunter. In the other semi final Steve and Rita defeated Peter Page and Lou Williams.

The next event at West City is this coming Thursday when there are club playoffs for selection for the region playoffs to be held on 18th April 2010.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

ADA Ladies 8 West City Ladies 6


The Auckland Darts Association ladies defeated the West City Darts Association ladies 8 to 6 earlier today at the West City club rooms, Glen Road, Ranui in the Auckland Provincial Dart Executive Ladies challenge shield.
The Auckland Darts Association team were Mata Aitoa, Rachael Phillips, Ruth Blackwell, Maila Iaone, Nga Smyth, Tauturu John, Denise Hakeagatoa and Maria Siavale. The West City ladies were Peggy Wikaira, Jo Kinita, Rita Wells, Kristal McDermott, Gail Olliver, Sarah Joseph, Maine Ngameatua and Lou Williams.
After the fours the score was tied 1 all. After the pairs ADA were ahead and the score was 3 to 1. Half way through the singles it was tied again when ADA won three of the last four singles to win. Most games were close with ADA just that bit stronger. ADA had 4 current Auckland region ladies team members and West City two.
The next challenge for ADA will be Counties Manukau.

Mothers Day Mixed Pairs Mt Maunganui


Sunday, February 28, 2010

Region 2 Junior Youth team named


The Region 2 junior/youth team was selected today at the T.P. Dart club, Captain Springs Road, Onehunga after a playoff for positions and pairings. The team is from Counties, Timothy Marsters, Louis Kauwhata, Desmond Ottaches, Lawrence Ottaches, Maria Siavale, Adriana Malaki, Joshua Penney, Ethan Jessop, from West City, Bailey Mathews, Clio Henry, Stacey Heavey, Emma Heavey, Daniel Smith, Casey Mathews, from South Auckland Stormy Tawhata-Chung and , Echelon Whitu-Chung.

Adults accompanying the team to the National tournament to be held in July in Dunedin are Raewyn Heavey and Girl Kahaki as Managers. Jim Saddler, Charlie Siavale, Jenny Heavey, Annie Chung as assistants. Rina Coady as chaperone.

Fundraising for the team has begun. Any donations or sponsorship can be sent to Raewyn Heavey, the region 2 secretary, 12 Brains Road, Kelston.