This Seasons Database can be found at the Link below, More
players will be added, but this will give teams a good starting
2012/13 Superleague Darts for Windows (DFW) Database
We are pleased to announce that Dorset are now able to supply some
Official Dorset Merchandise in the Shape of Polo Shirts, Hoodies and
Zipped Hoodies. These are all available in all sizes from Child to all Adult
sizes. Prices: Polo Shirts with Dorset County Darts logo and With Castle
and Darts £15 Hoodies as above = £20 Zipped Hoodies = £25 We hope to
add some photo’s soon of these items. To Order yours please either
contact Sazzbydesigns (see below, link to email) or Sharon
Mitchell. £3 from each sale goes to help Fund Dorset
Dorset Shirts, T-Shirts, Hoodies and other Merchandise
Superleague week 16, County avg & results
Congratulations to Lytchett Men and Sherborne Ladies Superleague Winners 2013
This is the Official home of The Dorset County Darts Association. Here you can
find all the latest information from The British Inter Counties Championship,
Dorset Superleague and related Competitions and also the Dorset Youth Set up,
and any Local Competitions...Enjoy Your Visit
Dorset Sponsorship Opportunities
Dorset have an Opportunity for Businesses, Teams and Pubs/Venues to
Sponsor a number of the Darts Surrounds Purchased for the New Set up
at Boscombe Legion as well as advetising in our County Programme next
Welcome to Dorsetdarts.co.uk
Dorset v Cornwall May 11th/12th 2013
Dorset’s season closed with a hard fought weekend of darts against Cornwall.
With games going right to the wire eventually Cornwall emerged victorious winning the weekend 21-15.
Full match scorecards and results can be found using the links.
Scotty ‘Dog’ Mitchell and England Triumph at
2013 Home Internationals
Having lost his two previous matches for England last year at Llanelli in Wales, it was with some
trepidation that Scotty stepped onto the stage in Glenrothes in Scotland for the 34th British
International Darts Championships 2013.
If it wasn’t nerve racking enough, he had to wait until the 10th match of the day before he was to
play David Neads of Wales. Once he had thrown his first three darts, Scott was in the groove,
playing as solid as he does for Dorset. Scott’s match guaranteed the draw for England with a
comprehensive 3-1 victory and a 29.76 average. His namesake and current Lakeside World
Champion won match eleven to ensure England won the match 7-5.
Scott then had to prepare himself for his next match against Scotland, which would follow the
Scotland versus England ladies match. England dominated this match winning 6-0.
He was drawn out at number 3 on this occasion and was to face Steve Ritchie. The Scotsman
came flying out of the blocks scoring 140,180 on his first two throws, Scott maintained his own
high scoring and when Ritchie missed his double, he took full advantage and never looked back,
controlling the match and winning 3-0 with an impressive 28.36 average.
England men went on to win another close fought match, again 7-5, which also sealed the overall
Scott’s achievements are all the more amazing as the weekend had not started all that smoothly.
The plane from Bristol to Edinburgh was delayed for almost two hours, when it finally arrived in
Edinburgh after midnight. Scott found that his case was still sat on the baggage trolley in Bristol
along with his match darts.
A somewhat relieved Scott received an early morning call from the airport confirming that the
case and darts were now in Scotland.
Well done Scott, everyone in Dorset are very proud of what you have achieved playing for your
country, at the same time putting our county on the darting map.
Stato Fact: Scott has now played 10 matches for his country winning on 7 occasions, which is
actually one more than Phil Taylor.