The following positions are up for election at the 2023 Annual General Meeting in Saint Hyacinthe, Quebec in June:
- Membership Director
- Financial Director
Nominees for the position of President must have served a minimum of two full years on the NDFC Board of Directors.
Nominees for any other position on the NDFC Executive must be an NDFC member in good standing in a Province or Territory for three (3) consecutive years and/or served on a Member Darts Body Board of Directors.
The deadline to submit the nomination form is March 26, 2023. Further details are included on the nomination form.
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The NDFC owns the copyright of the following registered logos:
No person, corporation or organization is permitted to use these logos (on print material, on garments, electronically on websites, or otherwise) without written permission from the National Darts Federation of Canada.
Such permission must be requested by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about the 2023 Youth Nationals being held from May 17-21, 2023 in Saint Hyacinthe Quebec is now available in the Youth Tournament Calendar. If you have any questions regarding the events, contact email@example.com. The calendar events include a link to the group rates available for individual online reservations.
Congratulations to all of the Canadians that have accepted invitations to participate at the World Masters in Netherlands from December 8 to 12, 2022:
- Aucoin, Angela
- Carter, Wenda
- December, Rianna
- Foster, Danna
- Gibbons, Samantha
- McKay, Hailey (qualified through youth program)
- Mercer, Madison (qualified through youth program)
- Moreau, Brenda
- Ponak, Samantha (qualified through youth program)
- Powers, Tracy
- Skrzyniak, Latressa
- Squires, Sandra
- Van Sleeuwen, Darlene
- Dove, Tristan (qualified through youth program)
- Durham, Keifer
- Dwyer, Mike
- Long, Jim
- Narain, Shaun
- Norman Jr, John
- Pilon, Donovan (qualified through youth program)
- Russell, Steve
- Snook, Ross
- Thorpe, Patrick (qualified through youth program)
- Trenholm, Darcy
- Warnock, Steve
Youth Masters – Female
- Chapman, Kylie
- Gallant, Katie
- Harty, Abigail
- Penney, Calie
Youth Masters – Male
- Campbell, Cohen
- Chapman, Colten
- Danis, Jaxson
- Engler, Connor
- Hammond, Peyton
- Osmond, Nathan
Please read the following letter from the NDFC Vice President on clarification on WDF ranking of independent tournaments in Canada.
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The youth ranking system is from October 1 to September 30 each year, to match the age categories for youth membership.
Congratulations goes out to:
- Junior Female - Kylie Chapman (AB)
- Senior Female - Madison Mercer (AB)
- Junior Male - Nathan Osmond (AB)
- Senior Male - Patrick Thorpe (AB)
Learn more about the new NDFC Youth Ranking System.
Contact Sandi Orr, NDFC Youth Development Director (firstname.lastname@example.org) if interested in hosting an NDFC Youth Ranked Tournament in your province.
September 17 to 25, 2022 is National Coaches Week!
This week is a time to celebrate the tremendous positive impact coaches have on athletes and communities across Canada. This week is an opportunity to recognize coaches for the integral role they play in sports. If you've had a coach that has made a significant impact on you, take a few minutes to say #ThanksCoach #MerciCoach.
The NDFC would also like to use this week to heighten awareness of our National Dart Coaching Certification Program.
The official ranking lists for September 1, 2022 are now available.
All players (top 16 men and ladies, including ties) will be required to be seeded in NDFC ranked tournaments effective September 1, 2022. The seeding charts are being sent to the tournament organizers by the National Ranking Officer, Maggie Leblanc.
As a reminder, all seeded players are to be called to the control desk and shown where they are seeded in the sections.
Official ranking listings are as follows: September 1, 2022, November 1, 2022 January 1, 2023, March 1, 2023 and April 30, 2023 and are available on the NDFC website.
If there are any questions about the ranking lists or NDFC ranked tournaments, please contact Maggie Leblanc, NDFC Ranking Officer.
Tuesday started out with the Opening Ceremonies where each team was marched into the hall. The events for the day were the Women's Singles and the Men's Doubles. Congratulations to all of the medalists:
- Champions—Keith Way & Derek Hanley (NB)
- Runners-up—Robbie Mills & Nelson Tobin (AB)
- Joint 3rd—John Norman Jr & Clyde Spracklin (NL) and Darryll Walsh & Logan Crooks (AB)
- Champions—Dianne Gobeil (QC)
- Runners-up—Maria Carli (ON)
- Joint 3rd—Debbie Lewis-Christmas (NS) and Cindy Veith (NS)
Stayed tuned for updates from the Men's Singles and Women's Doubles on Wednesday. The finals will be live-streamed on Facebook in the NDFC Group.
As the adult teams have all arrived in Toronto for the 2022 Adult National Championships, we'd like to wish you all the best during the Championships and safe travels! 2022 Adult Provincial Team List.
Everything starts off tomorrow morning with the opening ceremonies followed by the Women's Singles and the Men's Doubles. Stay tuned here and on Facebook for updates throughout the championship.