Canterbury Open was played 04/06/2017 in Christchurch New Zealand with 86 men and 31 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 09/06/2017.
North Island Masters was played 23/04/2017 in New Zealand with 83 men and 27 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 27/04/2017.
Ted Clements Memorial was played 13/11/2016 in Levin, New Zealand with 79 men and 32 women. Pictures left men’s singles winner Cody Harris New Zealand and right women’s singles winner Sha Hohipa New Zealand. WDF Tables updated with these results 15/11/2016. Click pictures to view better.
Alain King Memorial was played 22/10/2016 in Dunedin, New Zealand with 73 men and 37 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 25/10/2016. Men’s Winner Mark McGrath, New Zealand Women’s Winner Desi Mercer, New Zealand
Auckland Open was played 17/09/2016 in Auckland with 82 men and 23 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 20/09/2016.
Puma New Zealand open was played 10/08/2016 in Rotorua, New Zealand with 300 men and 126 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 13/08/2016. Pictures of Singles Winners (click to view full size) Cody Harris, New Zealand Tina Osborne, New Zealand
New Zealand Masters was played 18/06/2016 in Porirua, New Zealand with 78 men and 39 women. Winners were Mark McGrath New Zealand in men’s singles (picture left) and Tina Osborne New Zealand in women’s singles (picture (right). WDF Tables updated with these results 23/06/2016.
Canterbury Open was played 04/06/2016 in Christchurch New Zealand with 78 men and 25 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 06/06/2016.
North Island Masters was played in Hastings, New Zealand 24/04/2016 with 72 men and 24 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 25/04/2016. Men’s singles winner Craig Caldwell Women’s singles winner Sha Hohipa
It is with great sadness that we at New Zealand Darts Council have to report the sudden passing of our Chairman, John MacLeod on Sunday 7 February 2016. John has been on the Board of Directors for over 30 years as Chairman, Director and Life Member. He will be missed