It would appear there are a lot of misconceptions regarding why the Klondike Open and Snoflake Open chose not to remain WDF ranked. The new WDF ranking system criteria dicates too many differences in rules and format requirements in comparison to how these tournament have been operating for more than 60+ and 30+ years, respectively.
A report has been submitted to the WDF on behalf of the two tournament organizers in hopes of working with the WDF to overcome some of these challenges.
For more information, please see the full report to the WDF.
Darts Alberta is pleased to announce a new Darts Alberta ranked tournament - the first-ever in Fort McMurray. The tournament will be hosted over the Easter long weekend (April 7-9, 2022) at the Quality Inn and Conference Centre. Further details to follow.
Congratulations to the organizing committee in Fort McMurray!
The Coaching Association of Canada has dedicated September 17 to 25, 2022 as NATIONAL COACHES WEEK!
Whether its hockey, speed skating, soccer or darts, competing in a sport can have a huge impact in a person’s life.
Without dedicated coaches, who play a significant role in an athlete’s development, these types of memories and life experiences would not be possible.
Whether you happen to meet up with a dart coach or if you’re still in touch with any of your former dart coaches, why not take a moment out of your day to say... #ThanksCoach!
The Government of Alberta will match donations to sport organizations up to a $1,000 for any one single donation. Eligible organizations can received up to a maximum of $10,000 in matched funds. The donation program is in effect from now until October 15, 2022. Darts Alberta is an eligible organization through the Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Donation Fund program. Your donations will help Darts Alberta access these additional matching government funds to help enhance the many programs and services provided by Darts Alberta.
MAKE YOUR DONATION TODAY through the government’s online portal at https://www.alberta.ca/sport-physical-activity-and-recreation-donation-form.aspx. Select “darts” in the Program type dropdown menu. Individual and corporate donations are accepted. Official donation receipts can be requested.
More information on the program can be found at https://albertasport.ca/programs/donation-fund-program/donation-fund-guidelines/.
The poster is available in the Tournament Calendar for the 2022 Pro Am in Ponoka in September. The Elite List has been published, including the results from the most recent ranking list. See the Elite List for eligibility and the Poster for tournament details.
We would also like to remind all Grassroots Award winners from our Member Leagues to get registered.
All players must register and pay in advance. Grassroots players must have been nominated by their league and received an award package. Elite players must be on the Elite List. All must register by etransfering $10.00 registration fee to email@example.com.
There are limited spaces available, so registration is first come, first guaranteed.
If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact Keith Sheppard (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Alberta’s deaf dart players have been participating in qualifying events in Edmonton, Calgary and Lethbridge since September 2018. Congratulations to those that qualified for Team Alberta that will go to the Canadian Deaf Darts Championship in Winnipeg, Manitoba in November 2022.
2022 Team Alberta
The 2022 Shoot on the Bow in Cochrane is returning this year, with a new date of JULY 8 to 10, 2022. See poster for details.
Darts Alberta is pleased to announce our newest Darts Alberta ranked tournament - the Daffodil Open. The organizers, Calgary Women's and Men's Leagues, are still finalizing all of the details. But in the meantime, mark September 30 to October 2, 2022 to your dart tournament calendars.