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As of 19th November 2014


Ladies Pts
Tina Osborne 43
Sha Hohipa 29
  Jannette Jonathan 28
Rachel Padget 27
Peggy Wikaira 22
Jane Harrington 20
Jo Steed 19
Desi Mercer 17
Lorraine Pike 12
Rosalie Ritchie 12
Anna Neho 11
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Mike Day 34
 Craig Pullen 32
Cody Harris  27
Tony Carmichael 23
 Bernie Smith 23
Craig Caldwell 18
Greg Moss 18
Peter Hunt 17
Steve Padget 16
Steve Gooch  11
Landon Gardiner 10
Quinton Gardiner 10
Warren Parry  10
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24th January 2015

Charlie Smith Memorial Open Pairs


Timaru South Cosmopolitan Club

Winners: Darrell Ramage & Wayne Goodman

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Harrow's Open West City

24th January 2015

Final Men: Aiden Simpson 7 v Rob Szabo 6

Final Ladies: Wendy Harper 6 v Kit Bennett 0


Harrow's Open Glen Eden R.S.A.

25th January 2015


Final Men: Rob Szabo 7 Cody Harris 1

Final Ladies: Wendy Harper 6 v Peggy Wikaira 1


Harrow's Open Runanga

17th January 2015

Final: Warren Parry 7 v Mick Lacey 3

Warren Parry and Mick Lacey


Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua, Wellington - Friday 16th January

Cancellation of the Sydney performances of DartsKing seen the Final being played tonight between Adrian Lewis (Eng) and Rob Szabo (NZ).

(Best of 15 legs)

Adrian Lewis (Eng) 8 v Rob Szabo (NZ) 2


Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua, Wellington - Thursday 15th January


15 Legs (They play all 15)

Shane Tichowitsch (Aus) 11 v Tahi Parata (NZ) 4

Warren Parry (NZ) 9 v Rob Szabo (NZ) 6

Shane Tichowitsch (Aus) 9 v David Platt (Aus) 6

Adrian Lewis (Eng) 13 v Mark McGrath (NZ) 2

Phil Taylor (Eng) 14 v Rob Szabo (NZ) 1

Southlands Stadium, Invercargill - Sunday 11th January

15 Legs (They play all 15)

Shane Tichowitsch (Aus) 12 v Warren Parry (NZ) 3

Tahai Parata (NZ) 8 v Rob Szabo (NZ) 7

David Platt (Aus) 14 v Mark McGrath (NZ) 1

Adrian Lewis (Eng) 11 v Warren Parry (NZ) 4

Phil Taylor (Eng) 14 v Tahi Parata (NZ) 1

Southlands Stadium, Invercargill - Monday 12th January

Phil Taylor (Eng) 8 v David Platt (Aus) 7

Tahi Parata (NZ) 8 v Warren Parry (NZ) 7

Shane Tichowitsch (Aus) 11 v Mark McGrath (NZ) 4

David Platt (Aus) 9 v Rob Szabo (NZ) 6

Phil Taylor (Eng) 12 v Warren Parry (NZ) 3

Adrian Lewis (Eng) 13 v Tahi Parata (NZ) 2



12th January 2015

Scott Mitchell

Scott Mitchell claimed his first BDO world title with a thrilling 7-6 win over three-time winner Martin Adams at the Lakeside.


11th January 2015

Lisa Ashton

By Phil Cartwright BBC Sport at Lakeside Country Club


Lisa Ashton retained her women's BDO world title with a gripping 3-1 final win over 20 year old Fallon Sherrock.



2015 BDO World Championship - Mike Day v Jeff Smith

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Mike Day and Jeff Smith's Game Stats [Click Here]


Scot Gary Anderson wins darts world title

GARY Anderson enjoyed the greatest moment of his career as he was crowned as the William Hill World Darts Champion with a glorious 7-6 win over the legendary Phil Taylor in a thrilling final at London’s Alexandra Palace last night.



Match Stats
Gary Anderson 7-6 Phil Taylor
67 100+ 69
30 140+ 38
1 170+ 4
19 180 13
97.68 Average 100.69
121 High Finish 141
8 Breaks of Throw 9
26/66 - 39.39% Checkout % 27/82 - 32.93%


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New Zealand Darts Council

MEN Points Award
1st  Mike Day 34 $500
2nd Craig Pullen 32 $250
3rd Cody Harris 27 $150
4th Equal Tony Carmichael 23 $50
Bernie Smith 23 $50
1st Tina Osborne 43 $500
2nd Sha Hohipa 29 $250
3rd Jannette Jonathan 28 $150
4th Rachel Padget 27 $100


Betway Premier League Darts 2015 field:

Michael van Gerwen - World number one and reigning World Grand Prix champion
Phil Taylor - World number two, 16-time World Champion and reigning World Matchplay champion
Adrian Lewis - World number three and two-time World Champion
Gary Anderson - World number four and 2015 World Champion
Raymond van Barneveld - Reigning Premier League champion and five-time World Champion
Stephen Bunting - Former BDO Lakeside champion and Sydney Masters finalist
Peter Wright - Former PDC world finalist
Dave Chisnall - Grand Slam runner-up
Kim Huybrechts - Former World Cup finalist who hit a nine-darter at the Grand Slam
James Wade - Nine-time major champion and reigning Masters winner 

DartsKing Australasia
Darts supremoes’ Phil “The Power” Taylor and Adrian “Jackpot” Lewis will be touring Australia and New Zealand in January 2015 as” DartsKing Australasia” arrives in what is to be the biggest series of darts events anywhere in the Southern Hemisphere.
Phil “The Power” Taylor
Phil “The Power” Taylor
Adrian “Jackpot” Lewis
Adrian “Jackpot” Lewis

With 18 World Titles between them, the English duo will be joined by 8 Australian and New Zealand based qualifiers to compete an exciting league format which will visit Invercargill NZ and Sydney this coming Summer. 

Warren Parry
Warren Parry
Rob Szarbo
Rob Szarbo
Dave Platt
Dave Platt
 Shane Tichowitsch
Shane Tichowitsch
Tahi Parata
Tahi Parata
Mark McGrath
Mark McGrath


Tahi Parata takes aim at Phil 'The Power' Taylor


Little-known Southland darts player Tahi Parata cannot stop thinking about his sport at the moment.

On a Tuesday night four years ago, the Makarewa dairy farmer was roped into playing darts at the Northern Tavern in Invercargill.

His father Joe, a darts player himself, told Tahi he liked the way he threw the dart and encouraged him to start playing more regularly. So he did.

Four years on, and the 31-year-old now has an eye on playing one of the biggest names in darts - Phil 'The Power' Taylor.

Parata travelled to Timaru on Saturday to play a tournament which had the ultimate prize at the end.

Thirty-eight players from all over the South Island scrapped it out to try claim the one spot to play in January's Australasian DartsKing series.

The series will be held in Invercargill, Wellington and Sydney and will be headlined by Taylor and fellow world-class Englishman Adrian Lewis.

Despite being a self-confessed 'unknown' in New Zealand darts before Saturday, Parata pulled off an upset to book a spot in January's professional series.

"I'll be honest, it is all I've been thinking about in the past couple of days since I won," Parata said.

He had never been out of the country before and his rapid rise had him scurrying to get a passport sorted yesterday.

Parata said he was after just one thing from the Australasian DartsKing series - to play against Taylor.

Most people want to avoid the top seed in sporting contests, but Parata has his fingers crossed he draws Taylor during the series.

Taylor has amassed an astonishing $12m in prize money and this week won his sixth Grand Slam of Darts title.

"He's god in darts," Parata said.

"All I want to do is play him, I don't care if I don't win any of these games at these tournaments. It would just be exciting to play him."

He will join fellow Southlander Warren Parry in the series, with Parry granted a wildcard entry to the tournament on the back of his stunning win over world No 1 Michael van Gerwen in August.

Parata is good mates with Parry and said to be playing alongside him during the series would be calming.

Parata is accustomed to playing in front of a handful of people, but come January he will be throwing darts in front of about 3000 people at the ILT Stadium Southland in Invercargill.

That's before he moves onto the tournaments in Wellington and Sydney.

"Everyone I know will probably be there," he said.

Invercargill-based Darts Players New Zealand boss Dale Frampton was expecting a sell-out crowd at Stadium Southland, with only about 800 tickets still remaining.





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  2014/15 Rankings

Ladies Pts
Missi Jones 20
Heather Seibers 20
Sarah Pitama 16
Christine Hay 16
Moana Pierson 12
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Wayne Carey 12
Tony Ngeru 12
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