Dart throwers aim for great season
November 16, 2000
Dart throwers from Craig came to Mathers’ bar, Thursday night, and signed up for this years dart league.
“The dart league should be exciting this year,” bar game promoter Steve Allen said. “There will be at least 12 double teams competing in the league, and play cricket and 301.”
The league will start play Nov. 30 and meet at 7:00 p.m. every Thursday. The season will end with a tournament and winners will receive cash prizes and trophies, Allen said.
“I like the competition,” Craig residence Curt Andrews said. “It’s fun playing darts and it gives me time to socialize.”
The cost is $5.00 for registration, .25 cents to play 301 and .75 cents to play cricket.
The league is an affiliation of the National Dart Association (NDA) and players can compete in the international championship held in Las Vegas next April.
“I took second in division four cricket two year ago,” Allen said.
Allen’s new project is promoting Golden Tee Fore, an Internet golf game where players can compete with anyone around the league.
“The machine has a computer chip and an internal modem,” Allen said. “The computer will keep record of all the opponents. The machine should be arriving in Craig next January.