Darts

Steel Darts Competition
June 14, 2016 – Mixed Trios and Mixed Doubles
June 15, 2016 – Doubles – Men and Women
June 16, 2016 – Singles – Men and Women

Day 1 – start time – 5pm
Day 2 and 3 is a night event which starts at approx 6:00pm

Entry Fee:
$15 singles each
$30 Doubles per team
$45 Triples per team
Register for this event by clicking here.

Sport Coordinators:

Chuck Heinold
772-370-5275

First Responder Sports
407-900-2757
866-233-4263

Participant Information

A reminder that all participants must pick up their pre-paid participation credentials at the host hotel prior to participation  The credential office is open from 7 am til 5pm from June 5th til June 16th. It is also open June 4th after 12:00 noon. There is an additional fee for participants that do not purchase their credentials before June 1st.  Participants will not be allowed to participate without proper credentials on their person at the time of event. The host hotel is located at:

HILTON PALM BEACH AIRPORT
150 AUSTRALIAN AVENUE,
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, 33406-1473

LOCATION/ VENUE:

HILTON PALM BEACH AIRPORT
150 AUSTRALIAN AVENUE,
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, 33406-1473

Day 1 – start time – 5pm
Day 2 and 3 is a night event which starts at approx 6:00pm

GENERAL INFORMATION

All players begin play in the winners bracket. To proceed through the winners bracket a player must win two out of three games. The three games shall be played as follows:

Game 1 -Singles — 301 Straight On – Double Off Doubles — 501 Straight On – Double Trios — 601 Straight On – Double Off To start – each player throws one dart at the bulls-eye. The player closest to the bulls-eye goes first. If a players dart does not stick in the board, the player shall re-throw until the darts sticks. If a tie exists, the players shall re-throw until a clear winner is determined. This is called a “diddle”.
The diddle winner will throw first and begin the scoring. Every dart after the double scores. The player throws points to subtract from the games starting points. When the player is attempting to finish the game, they must hit a double to win the game. If a player scores more points than the points left to win, they will have “busted” and the points left will remain the same. If a player scores points and has only one point left, they will be considered “busted” and revert to their previous score.

Game 2 – Cricket
The players/teams shall diddle to determine who goes first. The object of this game is to hit specific targets. The targets are as follows: 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15 and bulls-eye. Each target must be hit three times. If the opposing player has not hit the target three times then points may be scored by hitting targets additional times while the opposing player still has that number open. The winner shall be determined by having the targets closed and total points

Game 3 – 301 (singles)/501 (doubles)/ 601(trios) or Cricket (player winning diddle chooses game)
The loser of the match goes to the losers bracket
Losers bracket:  A player/team shall diddle, winner of the diddle chooses the game whether 01 or cricket. The winner of this game proceeds through the losers bracket.

See the rules of sports for the complete set of rules

EVENT:
The event will be steel tip darts only:
This event will be separated into a Male and Female division:
Male & Female Singles – Open
Male & Female Doubles – Open
CoEd Doubles and Trios – Open

AWARDS:

Individuals: Medals to all individuals (1st – 3rd places) in singles
Doubles:  Medals to all individuals (1st – 3rd places) in doubles both divisions

SCHEDULING:
This event will be held over three days. Please refer to the Darts Events page for specific dates and times.

OFFICIALS
Sport Coordinator:  Supervises all facets of event.

A Protest Committee consisting of the event coordinator, a neutral third party coach, and a member of the executive staff shall be assembled on matters regarding protests.  The decision rendered by this committee is final

GENERAL INFORMATION A participants meeting will be held prior to the event will explain the rules and regulations, the start time and locations.

All players begin play in the winners bracket. To proceed through the winners bracket a player must win two out of three games. The three games shall be played as follows:

Game 1 -Singles — 301 Straight On – Double Off Doubles — 501 Straight On – Double Off Trios — 601 Straight On – Double Off To start – each player throws one dart at the bulls-eye. The player closest to the bulls-eye goes first. If a players dart does not stick in the board, the player shall re-throw until the darts sticks. If a tie exists, the players shall re-throw until a clear winner is determined. This is called a “diddle”.

The diddle winner will throw first and begin the scoring. Every dart after the double scores. The player throws points to subtract from the games starting points. When the player is attempting to finish the game, they must hit a double to win the game. If a player scores more points than the points left to win, they will have “busted” and the points left will remain the same. If a player scores points and has only one point left, they will be considered “busted” and revert to their previous score.

Game 2 – Cricket
The players/teams shall diddle to determine who goes first. The object of this game is to hit specific targets. The targets are as follows: 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15 and bulls-eye. Each target must be hit three times. If the opposing player has not hit the target three times then points may be scored by hitting targets additional times while the opposing player still has that number open. The winner shall be determined by having the targets closed and total points

Game 3 – 301 (singles)/501 (doubles)/ 601(trios) or Cricket (player winning diddle chooses game)
The loser of the match goes to the losers bracket

Losers bracket: A player/team in the losers bracket shall play one game of either 301 or cricket. The winning diddler chooses the game.

Chuck Heinold
772-370-5275

First Responder Sports Inc. (FRS)
P.O. Box 608792
Orlando, FL 32860
(866) 233-4263
Web: www.firstrespondersports.org
E-Mail: info@firstrespondersports.org