Competitions 2019/2020 Season - Dorset Superleague Darts

2019/2020 Season

Lakeside Qualifiers - Mens / Womens

Sunday 29th September 2019

Registration: 10.30am

Start: 11.00am

Branksome Con Club

£7.00 per player

Next Round - Monday 28th October 2019 - Grays Civic Hall

Mens Lakeside Qualifier - Rules & Format

Playing format shall be the best of 3 Sets, with each set being the best of 5 Legs 501 up, with a straight start, and a double or bull to finish.

Order of play to be determined by throwing for the bull. The player throwing nearest the bull shall throw first in the odd numbered legs in set 1, the even numbered legs in set 2, and the odd numbered legs in set 3, if required.

In the final set of each match, after 3 legs have been played and no result has been attained, then the match result must be attained by winning 2 clear legs. If no result has been attained by 5 legs each, then the Tie Breaker Rule will apply to the 11th leg.

Tie Breaker Rule - Each player shall throw for the bull to determine which player shall throw first in the 11th leg of the final set, but the player that threw first in the match shall throw first for the bull.

1 qualifier shall go through to the International Play-Off, date and venue to be confirmed. A contribution towards travelling costs will be given by the Dorset County Darts Association.

Womens Lakeside Qualifier - Rules & Format

Playing format shall be the best of best of 7 Legs 501 up, with a straight start, and a double or bull to finish.

Order of play to be determined by throwing for the bull. The player throwing nearest the bull shall throw first in the odd numbered legs.

1 qualifier shall go through to the International Play-Off, date and venue to be confirmed. A contribution towards travelling costs will be given by the Dorset County Darts Association.


England National Singles - Mens / Womens

Sunday 29th September 2019

After Lakeside Qualifiers

Branksome Con Club

£5.00 per player

Next Round - 11th June 2020 - Selsey

Mens and Womens England Singles Qualifier - Rules & Format

Playing format shall be the best of best of 5 Legs 501 up, with a straight start, and a double or bull to finish.

Order of play to be determined by throwing for the bull. The player throwing nearest the bull shall throw first in the 1st and 3rd legs. If a 5th leg is required, players shall throw for the bull again to decide who throws first. The player who won the bull at the start of the match will throw for the bull 1st.

There must be a minimum of 8 entries to be able to run a qualifier, and there will be 1 qualifier for every 8 entries.

Qualifiers will go through to the England Singles. A contribution towards venue entry costs will be given by the Dorset County Darts Association.


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