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                                             SDA Tour Winners 2022

                                                            

The inaugural SDA Men's & Ladies Singles Tour Grand Finals along with the 18-30 Tour Finals took place at the CISWO Club, Glenrothes. The Men's and Ladies tour players were split into round robin groups with the top two players in each group going into the knockout stage. 

Highland’s Nicky Denoon secured his spot in the final with a 6-2 win over Davie Kirwan from Kilsyth which included an 11 and 13 dart leg.  He would be joined by Jamie Bain from Grampian who had a 6-1 victory over Scott Winder from Angus. 

Both players in the final were unbeaten on the day till then but it was Bain took the match 6-3 with a 93.54 average. 

Making up the last eight were Gary Stone, Evander Stevenson, Colin Miller and Sean Ryan. 

The two ladies that reached their final came through the round robin stages with 100% records winning all three of their matches. 

Ayrshire’s Lorraine Hyde defeated Sophie McKinlay, Greater Glasgow, 4-2 to reach the final and was joined by Susanna McGimpsey, Greater Glasgow who had beaten Grampian’s Joan Milne 4-3. 

Scotland’s top lady player, Lorraine, took the title 5-2 with a 63.07 average. 

In an all-Grampian final, which went right to the wire Sean Ryan defeated his team-mate Greg Ritchie 5-4 in the 18-30 Tour finale.  Losing semi-finalists were Owen O’Neill, Angus and Dean Fitch, Greater Glasgow.

 

Darts Corner SDA County Darts Championship – 8th October 2022 

                       

The Darts Corner Scottish County Championship got underway this week with three matches played in the North section and two in the South. Two drawn matches in the North section men’s division would indicate that it’s going to be a tough season but Grampian have raced into the lead as expected. 

Moray v Highland 10-14 (8-8, 2-6)

The Mens teams seemed evenly matched with a draw a fair result whilst Highland ladies proved too strong for their Moray opposition and combined scores leave Highland second in the Accumulative Table.
Highland players took both top player awards with Sandy Morrison the best for Highland with 80.16 and team-mate Olive Byamukama averaging 56.36. Highland’s George Main also hit four maximums in his match. 

The top performers for Moray were Ross Murray with 75.00 and Gill Sharp with 51.83. 

Fife v Grampian 8-16 (5-11, 3-5) 

Grampian continued where they left off last season winning both matches to top the overall table with a two-point lead over close neighbours Highland. 

Grampian’s Matthew Goldie hit the top average in Scotland over all five matches with an excellent 92.49 average whilst Fife’s Chelsea McMahon took the best lady average with 61.77. 

Dean Carr was Fife’s top men’s player with 84.03 and Joan Milne picked up Grampian’s lady award with 56.34. 

Angus v Tay Valley 13-11 (8-8, 5-3) 

A very close match overall with the men’s tussle drawn at 8-8 and Angus taking the lady’s game 5-3. 

Neil MacDougall from Tay Valley hit an 88.95 average to lead the way in this match with Kerry Soutar from Angus the top lady with 55.67.
Tay Valley’s best lady’s performance came from Kelly Jolly with 48.88 and Scott Winder was the best Angus men’s player on 82.36. 

Ross MacDougall from Tay Valley notched the top checkout of the weekend and now lead’s the table with a three-dart finish of 160. 

Renfrewshire v East Stirlingshire 14-10 (7-9, 7-1) 

These two teams shared the spoils winning a match each, East Stirlingshire taking the men’s 9-7 and Renfrewshire ladies crushing their opposition 7-1.
East Stirlingshire’s Gary Stone took the top player award with 89.73 and Louise Hepburn from Renfrewshire was the best ladies game with 65.35. 

Evander Stevenson was Renfrewshire’s top male player with 76.10 and Lainy Lewis took East Stirlingshire’s lady award with 37.86. 

Greater Glasgow v Ayrshire 15-9 (10-6, 5-3) 

Greater Glasgow hit the most points from any match in the South over the weekend winning the mens 10-6 and the ladies 5-3 and go top of the section. 
Ayrshire’s Lorraine Hyde hit a fantastic 81.98 average to take the best game in Scotland over all matches while Greater Glasgow’s Kevin McKinney was top male with an 84.68 average.

Sophie McKinlay from Greater Glasgow was their top lady with 49.55 and Craig Smith was the top male for Ayrshire with 78.48. 

Greater Glasgow’s Lynn Cowan topped the ladies checkouts with 118. 

Overall there were 54 maximums scored with 26 checkouts over 100.

 

 

SDA Tour 4

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SDA 18-30 Q-School

We are sorry to announce that the Below Event has been cancelled 

                 SDA Tour 3 Aberdeen 27th August 2022

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The entries for the 2022 British Open will go online from 1st August 2022. The British Open will be once again a World Darts Federation Gold ranked event with a direct qualification for both Men and Ladies for the 2023 Lakeside World Championships. The British Classic will be a silver ranked event. England will be once again running an International Trial event for Men and Ladies on Friday afternoon. There are also Men's and Ladies Pairs, along with The British Classic Youth (under 18's) on Saturday afternoon, which will be ranked by England Darts and used as part of their Grand Prix system. The youth event is open to all youth not just English Nationals. Please support the event and The Spa at Bridlington now it is back on to it's original historical date in September.

WDF Europe Cup 2022

  

Scotland Team

Men

Alan Small

Scott Campbell

Jamie Bain

Scott Robertson 

Ladies

Susanna McGimpsey

Lorriane Hyde

Emily Davidson

Chloe O’Brien

                               

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The inaugural Men's and Ladies SDA Tour continues this month with the second event in the series taking place at the Bannockburn Social Club on Sunday 3rd July, register at 10.00 am. 

This second event in the series will be played on the Darts Connect system which will be available to follow remotely on the day. It’s some time since the SDA has moved events around the country in this way so it is an ideal chance for those who don’t favour travel to compete against the top players from around Scotland. 

There will be a prize pot of £2000 for this event which could eventually lead to the Grand Finals on 22nd October when there will be a prize fund of £3000.  This will involve the top 32 players after the four events which each cost £20 to enter and includes SDA Day Tour Membership. 

Events three and four have been scheduled and will see darts move to Aberdeen on Saturday 27th August at the Dee Swimming Club, Gerrard Street and then finally to Inverness for the fourth event which is being held at SoBar, Castle Street. 

                                      

Live coverage of the final day of the Six Nations International Darts Cup from the Normandy Hotel Renfrew Scotland. 

Ladies 5th & 6th Place Play off:   Northern Ireland v Scotland 

Men’s 5th & 6th Place Play off:   Republic of Ireland v Scotland 

Ladies Semi Finals: England v Netherlands 

Ladies Semi Finals: Wales v Republic of Ireland 

Men’s Semi Finals:  Netherlands v Northern Ireland 

Men’s Semi Finals: England v Wales 

Ladies Singles:  Beau Greaves (England) v Rhian O’Sullivan (Wales)

Men’s Singles:  Scott Taylor (England) v Wesley Plaisier (Netherlands) 

Ladies Final: 

Men’s Final:

 

Six Nations Announcement

Following on from an unfortunate mistake during the England v Republic of Ireland ladies match, The tournament organisers would like to make the following statement. At the end of the leg between Deta Hedman and Caroline Breen, the referee called game shot on double nine to England, subsequently it has been recognised that the darts was actually not in the double nine.

As Organisers we accept the referee made a genuine mistake and Deta didn’t check it.

Organisers are horrified at the disgusting comments that have been aimed at both the referee and Deta.

We can confirm that on Deta’s insistence that the point has now been awarded to the Republic of Ireland and the match score adjusted.

The six nations are often referred to as the “Friendly Tournament” and we can confirm all six competing countries want to forget this and look forward to enjoying the rest of the tournament