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Looking to the future is how the Scottish Darts Association describes the announcement of the next element in the complicated jigsaw that hopefully will see the SDA emerge from the ravages of the Covid pandemic.
The SDA Men's and Ladies Singles Tour will include four events and a finals day which will offer a total of £11,000 prizemoney to all competitors.
Confirmation of dates and venues for the opening two events means that the cream of Scottish darts talent will be heading to Glenrothes on Saturday 5th March Players to register at 11.00 am for noon start followed by a trip to Bannockburn on Sunday 3rd July. 

Each event is worth a total of £2000 with an extra £3000 set aside for the finals day.
This leaves the two final events which could be held in your area if possible.  Anyone who thinks they could host an event should contact General Secretary Cliff Murray at the SDA for further details. The basic cost of holding an event is £500 plus £10 per dartboard used, nominally eight boards.  In order to ensure the future of International darts for the SDA it is imperative that all the darts membership throughout Scotland get behind the Association as it moves forward and if your Area could be a host organisation this would go a long way towards that goal. 

The SDA has now managed to get the new and rejuvenated Darts Corner Inter-County Championship up and running, the introduction of the Darts Tour is a welcome addition to the calendar, the Mega Weekend originally set for April 22nd/24th, has now been moved to October and replaced by the Scottish Open at the Normandy, and an 18-30 Youth Tour is imminent and currently, the SDA is working hard on an Individual membership scheme. 

All these innovations could help to get the SDA back into its usual role of providing opportunities for Scottish darts players to compete at all levels.  The response from the Area organisations has never been more important, basically, all dart players must do their part in ensuring the survival of the SDA and keeping the saltire flying at events all around the world.


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