All dart players must be of legal drinking
age.If anyone is caught shooting
that is under 21, his or her games will be forfeited.Sponsors are responsible for checking
ID’s for their team.
There will be 4 regular players.Please fill out your rosters with your
given names!If you wish to use a
nickname on your weekly sheets, please make sure it is listed in
parentheses ( ) next to your name on the roster.
Players can shoot for one team only.Bar owners and bar managers are able to
shoot for multiple teams from their own bars.
If a player is dropped from a team for any
reason, the player may not shoot for another team in that season.The player may however be picked up by
their original team, unless it is for league rule violations.
There will be no harassment of team members by
the opposing team.The secretary or
president must be called immediately if this occurs, otherwise it will not
be addressed at a later time.
President – Rich : 262-689-8990, email: email@example.com
– Paul Voight:414-759-9983, email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting time thereafter will be 7:15 pm with
an automatic grace period of 15 minutes.The opposing team will only agree upon any later start times.If you will be arriving after 7:30,
please call the bar you are shooting to notify them.
Any team starting the night with 20 or more games ahead of the other team must
master out.To master out, you must
go out with a double, triple or bulls-eye.If the team that is mastering out ends up with one, the other team
must win the game legally.
Darts that hit the board and do not register or
darts shot before the signal is ready are considered darts shot and may
not be shot over.You may also pass
on one or all three darts.
The shooter is responsible for throwing darts
in their correct position.
Any darts that are pulled out of the board too
late, the board should go around to the person in line to shoot all three
of their darts.
Going out before your partner’s score is lower
than the opponents combined score will result in the loss of the game.
tie occurs, the opposing team can go out.
P2=19, P3=7, P4=13) Player 4 can go out!
are considered tons and hat tricks are considered hat tricks.
A HAT TRICK WILL
NOT BE CONSIDERED AS A TON!
Fees for shooting each week will be $3.00.$0.50 of the fee will go towards the
awards party for refreshments and food.
Money and score sheets must be turned in to the
Fire Escape or Dawg House by 6:00 pm the next day.If weather is a problem, please notify
the president or secretary if you are unable to drop it off.Otherwise, fines will be imposed if
money and sheets are late.
Games that need to be made up due to bad
weather should try to be made up prior to the following week.In the event that can not be done, your
scores will be listed ad 6-6 for the week missed and you will be allowed 1
more week to make up the missed games.If that cannot be done, your score for the week will remain
6-6.Teams are responsible for
contacting the opposing team for cancelling due to bad weather.Please notify the president or secretary
if this happens.
Sponsor fees will be $30.00 per team.Sponsor fees are due no later
than end of the second week.
Rosters need to be turned in at the end of the
4th week.After the end
of the first half there will be no roster changes allowed, this
includes any addition of players!Anyone who is listed on the permanent list must
have shot at least 3 times.There
is no need for advance notice for player changes, but the captains must
record changes on the score sheets the night that the new player was added
(the players can be either male or female).Please specify so that the individual
standings are entered correctly.If
you fail to do so, the player will not be recognized for the second
half.If someone shoots and is not
on the roster, all of his or her games will be forfeited.
Any dartboards continuously not in working
order will result in fines for the sponsor.Not in working order would include, dart
tips, lights out, the board not keeping proper score, etc.If the board is not fixed by the
following week, the sponsor will continue to be fined until the problem
has been corrected.If the problem
is such that it cannot be corrected the night of league, play can
be stopped and a make-up date scheduled if both teams agree.If the
teams cannot come to an agreement on this, the president or secretary must
be contacted to decide what will be done.
Sponsors and captains, check the length of your
shooting lines.The line must be 8
ft. plus the depth of the board.
Any captain or representative that does not
show up for a captains meeting will also be fined.
Any fines given will be shown on the standings
sheet.Any fines acquired, will be
taken out of the team’s prize money that is received at the darts banquet.
All expenses and bank statements will be
available for any team member to review at the end of the year.There will be 100% payback after all
fees and materials are paid.
Winnings will be paid at the awards banquet.
Fines will be imposed on the following:
1.Late score sheets and money – unless weather
2.Boards not in
continuous working order$20.00
representative of team not attending meetings$10.00
35 – point blind can be used in the event that
only 3 shooters are present.
There will be no forfeiting the last 3 weeks of
the season.If a team forfeits,
that team will lose half of their winnings.
The secretary’s fees will be the league sponsor
All teams will pay the amount the dartboard is
set at (not to exceed $0.50), if the price of the board increases after
the first half of the league year, it is the sponsor’s responsibility to
pay the increase.
If for any reason teams cannot shoot at the
scheduled time, both teams have 2 weeks to make up the game at an agreed
upon date/time and location.If
teams cannot come to an agreement, please contact the president or