DARTS BC ASSOCIATION
Welcome to the Darts BC home page. This page will keep members updated on current and upcoming major activities going on within the association.
2020 National Dart Championships - Cancellation
Following government recommendations, and in the interest of the safety of our members, the NDFC has decided to cancel the 2020 Youth and Adult National Darts Championships at this time.
Should government regulations change and the current crisis diminish, we will make every effort to hold the Championships later in the year.
This is a global emergency and we must take the most stringent precautions for the safety of our membership and their families.
Thank you for your understanding.
National Darts Federation of Canada (NDFC)
2020 Darts BC Raffle Winners
Congratulations to all the winners
5th Prize - $100.00 to Carol Mitchell
4th Prize - $200.00 to Patrick Woods
3rd Prize - $250.00 to Brad Herford
2nd Prize - $500.00 to Julie Hunter
1st Prize - $1000.00 to Ken McLeod
Thank you for supporting Darts BC
Darts BC Executive - Voting
Dear Darts BC Members,
There will not be any voting this year for Darts BC Executive, as there is only one person standing in each position.
Your Darts BC Executive effective July 1, 2020 are:
President - John Pope - (New Term)
Vice President - Ritchie Gibb - (New Term)
Membership Director - Meghan Orr - (New Term)
Provincial Director - Dawn Marchand - New
Financial Director - Bobby Dubeau
Secretary - Linda Stephens - New
Youth Director - Tracy MacDonald - (New Term)
Website Director - Mike Davis
Thank you to all of the above for standing and putting your time and effort into keeping Darts BC up and running.
Darts BC Executive
55+ BC GAMES - ZONE 4 - CANCELLED
2020 SHIRT DESIGN WINNER
The 2020 shirt design winner for the 2020 BC Provincial Team for a second year in a row is Maggie Holyk. Congratulations Maggie
CANADIAN DEAF DARTS CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Canadian Deaf Dart Championship will be held in Richmond November 11-14th at the Sheration Vancouver Hotel
Deaf or hearing must be below 55 decibels to be eligible to be playing in and must be membership with Provincial deaf sport association in their province