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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 Jane Harrington one of the original selections has withdrawn and there is no news on who has replaced here.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