Westchester County Darter's Association

We are a recreational dart league in Southern Westchester County, New York.

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Announcements

Season Registration

We are now accepting rosters for the Fall-Winter 2019-20 season. The deadline is Sunday, August 25th.

If you do not have a full team, please submit your incomplete roster. We can put you in touch with other free agents or teams looking for players.

Schedule

The Spring / Summer 2019 season has ended. Congratulations to everyone for another successful season.

The Fall / Winter 2019 - 2020 season is expected to start on Tuesday, September 10th.

View our league calendars

Player Stats & Standings

Spring / Summer 2019 Season

High All-Stars

Spring / Summer 2019 Season

171+

R9's

High Double Out (100+)

C6's

Locations

Spring / Summer 2019 Season

DartConnect

We use DartConnect to score league matches and track stats. If you need help getting started, a printer-friendly version of our DartConnect Cheat Sheet is available here.

All captains should have received a welcome email from DartConnect to access the members website and the DartConnect application. If not, please let me know ASAP so I can have DartConnect resend the welcome email. Please sign in sometime before the first match of the season to make sure you have access. Once you're signed in, please verify the accuracy of your rosters (names and email addresses) and let us know ASAP of any changes need to be made. As a reminder, any roster changes will only flow through to the DartConnect application when the tablet is connected to wi-fi and can access the Internet.

As a reminder, all scoring must be done within the DartConnect application. There is no need to use any other device (e.g. DartMaster III, whiteboard, chalkboard, etc). Any individual player stats not captured by DartConnect will not count (e.g. wins-losses, averages, high all-stars, etc).

Here are a couple helpful hints regarding the tablets and DartConnect application:

  • Be sure to have the tablets connected to wi-fi whenever possible so that the match will broadcast live at tv.dartconnect.com and the final results will automatically transmit to the server after the end of the match. An automated email from DartConnect with the match report is your confirmation that the transmission was successful.
  • The league recommends having the power cable plugged into the tablets during matches to avoid "dead tablets" mid-match as the battery life on the league-issued tablets is limited.

Match Format

Spring / Summer 2019 Season

The format for the weekly matches varies by division:

  • Division 1: 24 legs per match. 4 sets of singles (3 legs each: 501 SIDO, Cricket, choice), 2 sets of doubles Cricket (3 legs each), and 2 sets of doubles 501 SIDO (3 legs each). "Choice" means the winner of the bull shot will choose the game OR start the leg, not both.
  • Divisions 2, 3A, & 3B: 20 legs per match. 4 sets of singles (2 legs each: 501 SIDO, Cricket), 2 sets of doubles Cricket (3 legs each), and 2 sets of doubles 501 SIDO (3 legs each).
  • Division 4: 16 legs per match. 4 sets of singles (2 legs each: 501 SIDO, Cricket), 2 sets of doubles Cricket (2 legs each), and 2 sets of doubles 501 SIDO (2 legs each).

All matches are to begin promptly at 7:30pm, unless both teams agree in advance to a later start time. Therefore, please plan to arrive at the match location at least 15 minutes in advance for warm-ups and to set lineups.

Lineups are to be set prior to each section (singles, doubles cricket, and doubles 501). Because DartConnect does not yet have the ability to set lineups in advance, please use scrap paper to write down your lineups. Teams may elect to bypass this and choose their players "on the fly" after each set, but only if both teams agree to do so prior to the beginning of the match.

Rules Book

Click here to download the league rules book (last updated March 5, 2019).

Playoffs

Spring / Summer 2019 Season

The top 4 teams in each division will move on to the playoffs, seeded by the final standings at the end of the regular season.

  • Semifinals (6/25/19 & 7/9/19): Home-and-home matchup across two weeks, #1 vs #4 and #2 vs #3. Higher seed chooses where to play the first week. Regular season match format each week. In Division 1, the first teams to score 25 points move on to the Finals. For Divisions 2/3A/3B, the first teams to score 21 points move on to the Finals. For Division 4, the first teams to score 17 points move on to the Finals.
  • Finals (7/16/19 & 7/23/19): Home-and-home matchup across two weeks between the two remaining teams. Higher seed chooses where to play the first week. Regular season match format each week. In Division 1, the first team to score 25 points wins the division title. For Divisions 2/3A/3B, the first teams to score 21 points win their respective division title. For Division 4, the first team to score 17 points wins the division title.

Tiebreaker Format

Should a playoff match result in a tie (e.g. 24-24, 20-20, 16-16), the following tiebreaker format will be used to decide the winner:
  • One (1) leg of quads 1001 SIDO (straight-in, double-out). Each team will select four (4) players to play the leg. The player order for each team must be decided prior to the start of the leg. A bull shot will determine which team goes first. A coin toss called by the away team will determine which team has the choice for shooting at bull first or second. Standard bull shot rules apply (see Rules Book).

Contact Us

Would you like to sponsor or join a team? Send us an email at info@wcdarts.com.

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