January 27, 2020
The following positions are up for election at the 2020 NDFC Annual General Meeting:
- First Vice President/Ranking Officer
- General Secretary
- Youth Development Director
Nominations must be submitted by no later than March 14, 2020 as per the instructions on the Nomination Form.
January 2, 2020
The 17th Harrows Barbados Darts Festival took place in the first two weeks of November offering participants, their friends and family a unique Caribbean cocktail of social and tournament darts and the chance to meet a host of new friends from different darting cultures as well as enjoying all those experiences that make Barbados one of the most sought after holiday destinations on the planet!
The Mixed Nations Pairs events at The Harrows Barbados Darts Festival make this darts event unique. Held each year on the second day of tournament play at Solidarity House, no other festival of its kind creates a tournament in which players from different countries enter a blind draw to play with each other in Pairs competitions. It makes for great camaraderie between players of different darting cultures, a mutual sharing of darting knowledge and techniques - and some cracking matches with the form book no safe guide to the outcome!
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October 24, 2019
Congratulations to all of the Canadians that traveled to the 2019 World Masters.
- Jeff Smith (NB) - Top 16
- Shawn Currie (AB)
- Ron Looker (MB)
- Jim Edwards (AB)
- Matt Campbell (ON)
- Josh Wood (BC)
- Zandra Charbonneau (ON)
- Darlene Van Sleeuwen (ON)
- Danna Foster (NB) - Top 32
- Joanne Luke (NB) - Top 32
- Donovan Pilon (ON) - Top 32
- Hayley Crowley (NB) - Top 16
- Emily Alford (NS) - Top 8
- Rianna December (SK) - Top 16
September 24, 2019
September 21 to 29, 2019 is National Coaches Week! The NDFC would like to say #ThanksCoach to all of our dart coaches out there. You're time is invaluable!!
August 21, 2019
The NDFC is very excited to announce that we already have 4 NDFC Youth Ranked Tournaments approved for the months of October and November, and many more have expressed interest. We'd like to thank all of the organizers for supporting the youth program. If anyone is interested in more information on how to get a youth tournament NDFC ranked, contact Sandi Orr (firstname.lastname@example.org).
June 26, 2019
The National Darts Federation of Canada is proud and excited to announce the creation of its new Youth National Ranking System. The Youth National Ranking Season will run from October 1 to September 30 each year, to coincide with the NDFC Membership Season and NDFC age eligibility. Lists will be published for all four youth categories.
Congratulations goes out to the organizers of the 2019 Youth Klondike Open for being the first-ever NDFC Youth Ranked Tournament in Canada.
For more information, go to NDFC Youth Ranking System & How it Works! Contact email@example.com for all questions relating to Youth NDFC Ranking.
June 26, 2019
La Fédération Nationale voudrait envoyer un gros merci spécial à Kevin Bourque pour tout les photos qu’il a pris durant le National adulte 2019 et d’avoir permis à la FNDC de se servir de ses photos sur le site web de la FNDC. Merci à toi Kevin.
The NDFC Executive would like to send out a special thanks to Kevin Bourque for all of the photographs that he took during the 2019 Adult National Dart Championships and for allowing the NDFC to use his photos on the NDFC website. Thank you Kevin!
June 15, 2019
Congratulations goes out to David Cameron (NS), Jeff Smith (NB), Martin Tremblay (QC), Keith Way (NT), Danna Foster (NB), Darlene Van Sleeuwen (ON), Dianne Gobeil (QC) and Karrah Boutilier (NS). They will be joined by the Youth Team of Hayley Crowley (NB), Emily Alford (NS), Donovan Pilon (ON) and Nathan Osmond (AB).
The adult alternates are Robert Piercy (NS) and Vanessa Berry (NO). The youth alternates are Cohen Campbell (NS) and Jayden Rolfe (NB).
June 15, 2019
Congratulations goes out to Team Ontario for winning both the Men's and Women's Nodor Cup Championships!
- 2nd—New Brunswick
- Joint 3rd—British Columbia
- Joint 3rd—Nova Scotia
- 2nd—British Columbia
- Joint 3rd—Alberta
- Joint 3rd—Quebec