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We are only accepting emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not use The old yahoo address. We do not check it any longer and it has been deleted. When emailing sheets in, you will get an acknowledgement that we did in fact receive your email. Keep this in the event you have to prove you sent in the email.
We are NOT accepting score
sheets at the office at Pegs. Please do not slide them
under the door. If you do Points will be deducted as we
consider this a late score sheet. Use one of the 3
avenues we have given you. Fax, take a picture and
email, or mail it into our PO Box. I would hate to see a
team get deducted points for a late score sheet because
1st & 10 SPORTS BAR (Florence, Ky) - Saturday nights Sign ups close 8pm
PEG'S PUB (Sharonville, Oh) - Fri nights 8:30
All are well run friendly tourneys.
A word from the President:
Hello fellow darters! I just wanted to take a minute and discuss etiquette. Doing a quick search for the definition, I came up with this:
"The customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a particular profession or group".
While this obviously is none of our profession this does translate to us as a group. At the captains meeting I tell everyone the importance of sportsmanship. This game begins with a handshake and is supposed to end with one. There are various ways this can be done.
* No distracting your opponent when they are throwing.
*Shaking hands or fist bumping the other player(s) when a match is completed, regardless of the outcome. Unfortunately there has to be a loser.
*Ensuring the other player recognizes that you have hit a winning shot to end the game before erasing the board.
*After your throw, if the shot looks questionable, pull your darts to the side and let the other player know, that yeah it was right on the wire but it was in fact in that triple, double, or single number you were throwing at.
*Not everyone is a mathlete. If someone marks the wrong score, chances are they arenít cheating and just did bad math. If this happens, POLITELY ask them what they hit and help/correct them on their score. Literally EVERYONE has done bad math or scored incorrectly at some point.
*Follow up to my previous statement. For the people being corrected about score, DO NOT get offended or mad or even embarrassed. EVERYONE has done bad math or scored incorrectly at some point.
*Disappearing in the middle of the match. Occasionally nature calls and you can not wait. A phone call that you absolutely have to take (emergency / work). Beverages / Food should be gotten prior to you throwing a match or in between legs. In the event you have to take that call or go to the bathroom, Let the player you are playing know what is going on, and apologizing doesnít hurt either.
These are just some of the things we all can do to improve our etiquette. In short treat others as you yourself would like to be treated. We are all here to have fun and to compete.
Hope to see everyone at GameWorks at Newport on the Levee on January 13 for our Winter banquet.
Hello Everyone. We are now into the third week of the season. There are some things that need to be said that should have been said during the General Membership meeting.
We DO NOT get paid to do our jobs. We do this voluntarily for the love of the game and because we love and respect this league. We have division reps to act as a liaison between the board, myself, and the players. Our jobs are to ensure rules are not broken, and to answer questions or field concerns that you as players may have.
Our jobs end, when we, as darters are in the middle of league play, and we will NOT take calls after 10:00 PM. This means, we will not take your calls after 10:00 PM on other nights either. If there is an issue, we as the board need to address, we respectfully request you put it down in the form of an email to us at the league_info address. We will try to respond no later than a 24 hour period depending on the severity of the email. Calling multiple times and leaving multiple voice mails, will not make us call you back faster.
When reporting an incident or a concern in an email. Please remember that we need the following things. The 5 W's. Who, What, When, Where, and Why, and also a good return contact number. I appreciate every single one of you and we try to make this the most pleasurable darting experience for everyone. Just remember to always be courteous and good sportsmanship is paramount. Thanks again everyone, and shoot well!
Walterman (Waldo) - President
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We are the Thursday night steel tip dart league in Cincinnati.
We are a Steel Tip Dart League serving Cincinnati, Ohio and Northern Kentucky, Formed in 2002. League Play is Thursday nights in participating bars in the greater Cincinnati area. If you would like to throw darts competitively, please contact us and we will try to help you find a team to join
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