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Al Heminger Memorial
Saskatoon
January 7 2017
Last updated
 December 1 2016
1. Karsten Larsen
2. Steve Kristjansson
1. Judy Cleaveley
2. Stacey Stephanson

Saul in UK for World Masters

Saskatchewan Youth Darts is proud to be part of the sensational Saul Arndt show that makes its way to the fabled Lakeside near London, England for the boys' World Masters. Saul will join a field of 88 boys from around the world.

In the picture, SDA Finance Officer Bev Roth is presenting Saul with a cheque for $1,000 to help him on his way.

So far this year, the 16-year-old Reginan won the doubles at Youth Nationals partnered by Jaymes Swenson; won the NDFC Americas Cup qualifier; then took a trip to Barbados for the Americas Cup this summer, and won that too!

Saul is accompanied by his parents to the BDO's showpiece event. Let's wish him all the best! We'll let you know any results as soon as we get them. 

Saskatoon Toy Drive for needy kids

There won't be a Toy Shoot this year in Saskatoon but SUDO are still in a giving mood. Bring toys to darts and they'll find their way to some youngsters who need a brighter Christmas this year. See a poster sent by organizer Laurie Kitzul

 Team SK stars shine at Oktobershoot

North Battleford hosted the tournament November 5 and three in-form players from the 2016 provincial team took care of business.
(L-R in picture) Steve Kristjansson, Stacey Stephanson and Jason Skinner teamed up to win the mixed triples event. Stacey went on to win the women's singles, defeating Judy Cleaveley in the final, while Jason came out on top in men's with a win over Bobby Magalong. See the full results from North Battleford.










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Steve tops Sask Open

Steve Kristjansson of Saskatoon was on good form as Regina zone hosted the Saskatchewan Open October 14-15.

Steve won men's singles over NDFC star Dean Corlett of Manitoba, then teamed up with Karsten Larsen of Saskatoon to win doubles over Corlett and his partner Ron Looker. Steve is pictured left.

Women's winner is Lisa Boyer of Manitoba, who defeated Kim Bellay-Rousselle of BC in the final.  

Saskatchewan's Bonnie Lapierre and Joan Hodgen took the women's doubles title with the win over youth players Savanah Solomon and Rianna December.

At a mixed doubles event on the Friday evening, Reginan pair Becky Arndt and Saul Arndt (pictured above right) took top spot with a victory over Bonnie Lapierre and Jim Dennis. 

You can see full results from the Sask Open here.

Bobby wins first at Border 

Bobby Magalong of Saskatoon threw some very nice darts on the way to his first SDA tournament win at the Darts on the Border shoot in Lloydminster October 1.

He defeated Reginan youth phenom Saul "The Show" Arndt in the final, with finishes of 114, 102 and 80 to seal the deal.

Saul and Bobby are pictured right.

Over in the women's section it was Becky Arndt who came out on top with the win over Melanie Thomas. Becky and Melanie are in the pic to the left.

Men's doubles champs are Karsten Larsen and Steve Kristjansson of Saskatoon, pictured right. They overcame Saul Arndt and Chester Sakebow in the final. 

Blind draw winners are Steve Kristjansson and Steadman Regular. 

Kudos to Iain and Lori Mackay of Lloydminster zone for organizing the tournament and to Royal Canadian Legion Branch #39 for sponsoring the event to the tune of $1,000.

You can see full results from Lloydminster here.

AGM elects Elaine Walker interim SDA president

Our Association has a familiar face taking over as interim president. Elaine Walker was elected by acclamation at the 2016 AGM in Regina September 10 and will serve until the end of the 2016-17 season, when she is expected to run again for the 2017-19 term.

Other executive members took up new positions, including Shauna Grassing as Youth Director and Shawn Solomon as Member-at-Large.

The 43 members present observed a minute's silence for the passing of members and loved ones including sitting president and great friend of Canadian darts Pat Copeman.

Warm congratulations were offered to youth player Saul Arndt for winning the America's Cup youth title in Barbados earlier this summer. Saul will now go on to represent Canada at the World Masters in England. Let's all wish him the best!

A darts tournament was also played at the Eagles Club, the AGM's new venue for this year. Steve Kristjansson of Saskatoon won in men's with a victory over Karsten Larsen. Women's singles goes to Bonnie Lapierre of Regina, who defeated Elaine Walker in the final. We've lost track of how many times Bonnie has won the AGM. Suffice it to say it's easier to count the times when she didn't win it! Way to go Hammer!

Men's doubles winners are Saul Arndt and his partner Eric Matheson, who defeated Shawn Solomon and Cliff Culbert in the final. Eric got a mention during the meeting for having broken the record for the number of 180s hit in one season. Eric hit the maximum 60 times in 2015-16.

Women's doubles winners were no prizes for guessing Bonnie Lapierre and Elaine Walker. Judy Cleaveley and Aspen Hall were runners up.

See the full results from the AGM.

Riders 2016 football pool tickets for sale

The 2016 Riders football fundraiser is your chance to raise money for our association, win prizes, and watch the Riders all at the same time!

Tickets are $20 for the whole CFL season, with one draw in each regular season game as well as the playoffs and Grey Cup Final. Tickets can be bought at any time during the season and prizes will be back paid.

You can see the scores and a list of winners here. See your zone director to buy tickets and also if you want to become a ticket seller. And Go Riders!



Tournament Notes

Did you know? The 2017 NDFC Nationals will be held in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Stay tuned for up-to-the-minute news of any announcements or changes to tourney dates.


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"180!"

This is the final tally of all maximum 180s and 171s recorded by SDA players at tournaments in the 2015-16 season.

Eric Matheson of Saskatoon has set a new record for 180s hit in a season with 60 maximums. Fantastic job! The total number of maximums hit is 395, also a new record!

Well done to everyone who hit a 180 for the first time in competition - the first of many!

60 Eric Matheson 2 Judy Cleaveley
45 Jason Skinner 2 Bonnie Lapierre
35 Ashtin Bear 2 Dakota Roberts
33 Karsten Larsen   Becky Arndt
32 Steve Kristjansson   Randi Friess
16 Curt Gamble   Cathy Kerrigan
14 Jesee Gamble   Carol Shepherd
13 John Brann   Laurie Unger
12 Danny Mckenzie    
8 Klyne Obey    
7 Myles Charles    
6 Aaron Hamilton    
6 Brian Humphreys    
6 Austin Morrison    
5 Wayne Hudson    
5 Kevin Lukenoff    
5 Darrell Nash    
4 Noel Aucoin    
4 Sean Shea    
4 Darryle Stephanson    
3 Tim Beattie    
3 Jim Dennis    
3 Grant Dye    
3 Hunch Gray    
3 Harold King    
3 Chris Morgan    
3 Alex Parnitsky    
3 Shawn Solomon    
3 Larry Unrau    
2 Sonny Audet
2 Bill Binkley    
2 Perry Burton    
2 Darrin Rekve    
2 Marcus Stephanson    
2 Rod Swenson    
2 Andy Townend    
  Dan Arndt    
  Saul Arndt    
  Pato Arrieta    
  Darren Barmby    
  Bob Bensen    
  Randy Boehm    
  Ernie Charles    
  Ken Cleaveley    
  Cliff Culbert    
  Wellesley Dashney    
  Brad December    
  Jaret Gray    
  Nick Hall    
  Rick Hanson    
  Phil Harbin    
  Iain Mackay    
  Mike McPhail    
  Gerry Rorick    
  Chester Sakebow    
  Roy Shortt    
  Earl Stirling-Brown    
  Greg Vass    
  James Walter    

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