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In the official team picture taken June 11, 2019, this year's Saskatchewan representatives: Back row, L-R, Chief Tammy Cook-Searson, Elaine Walker (SDA president), Noel Aucoin, Myles Charles, Angela Aucoin, John Brann, Karsten Larsen, Jason Skinner, Austin Morrison, Ashtin Bear, Bobby Magalong, Brian Humphreys (coach). Front row: Sharon Acker, Bev Roth (SDA exec), Georgina Ratt, Judy Cleaveley, Aspen Hall, Stacey Stephanson, Melanie Thomas, Bonnie Warn.

The SDA in conjunction with SUDO hosted the NDFC Nationals at the Saskatoon Inn.

Saskatchewan played to a ninth place finish in the Canada Cup standings. First were Ontario, second Nova Scotia and third Alberta. You can see full results at the NDFC web site.

At the awards ceremony, SDA legend and former National champ Bonnie Lapierre received a Distinguished Service Award.

SDA president Elaine Walker was presented with a Lifetime Membership. Congratulations to them both!

The SDA thanks all the volunteers and everyone who helped make the Nationals a success!

Youth Nationals 2019 held in Saskatoon

In the official team photograph taken May 17, 2019, the Saskatchewan representatives for the 2019 Youth Nationals.
Back row, L-R: Khonsiss Wuttunee (jingle dancer), Jamie Sheppard (coach), Tara Kristjansson (coach), Mel December (SDA Youth Director), Shaukeena McKay, Jaden English, Matthew Sheppard, Garth Camber, Grace Adrian (chaperone), Brad December (chaperone). Front row, L-R: Keturah Adrian, Rianna December, Kya Scott, Taryn Kristjansson, Cameron Wheeler, Joshua Adrian.

The 2019 NDFC Youth Nationals got under way in Saskatoon Friday May 17 and it was a good day for our juniors in doubles action.

In junior girls' play, Taryn Kristjansson (Saskatoon) and Kya Scott (Maple Creek) won the silver medal. Also reaching the final were junior boys Jaden English (Saskatoon) and Josh Adrian (Nipawin).

Saturday May 19, Saskatoon: Rianna December of Warman wins the bronze medal in Senior Girls' singles.

On Sunday May 19, Josh Adrian made it to the final of the boys' World Masters qualifier, while Rianna December was third in the girls' event.

Saskatchewan finished 7th in the overall Canada Cup standings. You can see the full official NDFC results here. Thanks to Brad December for the pictures.

Junior silver medallists in doubles: L-R, Jaden English, Taryn Kristjansson, Kya Scott, Joshua Adrian.



Saskatoon Deaf League holds first tournament

Our newest members played the first annual Saskatoon Deaf Open tournament April 27.

In the men's event it was Carter Hnatuk in first, followed by Daniel Henbid and Timothy Fontaine. Carter is pictured left receiving his medal from veteran player and organizer Walter Beally.

Women's winner is rookie player Stacy Pyka, second Mary Sapchuk, third Lorraine Hnatuk. Pictured right, Stacy is awarded with her medal.

The SDA is glad to have you "on board".

 Provincials 2019: Ashtin and Georgina repeat

Ashtin Bear of Prince Albert retains his Provincial championship crown after three days of competition at North Battleford April 12-14.

Georgina Ratt of Stanley Mission also repeated her 2018 win with a close victory.

Men's winners at 2019 Provincials North Battleford: L-R Ashtin Bear (champion), Jason Skinner, Karsten Larsen, John Brann, Myles Charles, Austin Morrison, Bobby Magalong, Noel Aucoin (alt). Not pictured: Steve Kristjansson.

Ashtin Bear was sitting in second place to Steve Kristjansson (Saskatoon) for most of the weekend, but after Steve's loss in the third-place final on the third day, Ashtin held his nerve to win the final over Jason Skinner and match Steve's overall points tally. Ashtin Bear claimed his fourth Provincial Championship when Steve conceded the playoff match.

Women's winners: L-R, Georgina Ratt (champion), Angela Aucoin, Sharon Acker (alt), Melanie Thomas, Shelley Stephanson, Bonnie Warn, Aspen Hall, Stacey Stephanson, Judy Cleaveley.

Georgina Ratt and Angela Aucoin (North Battleford) were tied on points going into day three, and predictably, they met in the final for the third time, where Georgina came out on top.

Congratulations to all our winners!

Full results from Saskatchewan Provincials   Men   Women

Zone Cup winners: North Battleford

Moose Shoot results

Results are in from Moose Jaw zone, whose tournament was played May 11.

Steve Kristjansson won men's singles with a victory over Karsten Larsen (both Saskatoon). They're pictured left. In women's, Team Sask star Stacey Stephanson (Saskatoon) defeated youth champ Rianna December of Warman (near left) in the final.

Doubles winners are Karsten and his partner Brad December in men's and Saskatoon team Rita Larsen and Bonnie Warn in the women's. Congratulations to all our winners!

You can see full results here. Thanks to new zone director Aspen Hall for hosting!

Results from Flin Flon Open

Flin Flon Darts club hosted its annual tournament April 26-28, featuring six events.

Congratulations to Chester Sakebow and Melanie Thomas for winning the singles events. You can see full results here.

Future Best awarded to Rianna

SaskSport's Future Best funding supports Saskatchewan athletes who have the ability to become a national senior team member and are seriously committed to this goal through training and competition.

The SDA is proud to announce that this year's award goes to Rianna December of Warman. Playing since the age of 12, Rianna was Saskatchewan Junior Girls champion three times and is now our Senior Girls champ at the age of 17.

Rianna played in the 2018 World Masters in England and is invited to the 2019 event.

Her current WDF world ranking is 18, and number 2 in the Americas region.

In the picture taken April 3, Rianna receives a cheque for $500 from SDA Finance Officer Bev Roth.

Congratulations to Rianna! She'll be representing Saskatchewan at the NDFC Youth Nationals in May.

Saskatoon Deaf Dart Club affiliates with SDA

The league of about 12 new SDA members plays at Bugsy's Lawson Heights every Saturday afternoon, hosted by veteran players Walter Beally and Lorraine Hnatuk.

The annual tournament was held on April 27, 2019 in Saskatoon.

Welcome to all!

Main Event Sask's biggest draw

Saskatoon's showpiece shoot the Main Event was once again the biggest tournament in the province, attracting 81 men and 29 women from across the country.

Men's 1st place Shawn Currie Mixed 1st Tracey Morton, Ed Freeman Women's 1st place Kristin Kovich
Men's doubles 1st Bill MacDowall, Logan Crooks Women's doubles 1st Linda Wilder, Michelle Spicer Blind draw winners Noel Aucoin, Logan Crooks
Photos courtesy Elaine Walker. View the pictures full size by (Chrome) right-clicking, open in a new tab; or (MS Edge) right-click and ask Cortana to show full size. Using a fruit-based device? Well, you have people to do that sort of thing for you.

Men's winner is Shawn Currie from Calgary, defeating Mike Dwyer (AB), and making $1,000 in the process.

Your women's champ is Kristin Kovich of Winnipeg, who defeated Kim Bellay-Rousselle (BC) in the final and collects the $500 top prize.

The men's team of Logan Crooks and Bill MacDowall came out on top in the doubles, while women's doubles goes to Linda Wilder and Michelle Spicer. Mixed winners are Tracey Morton and Ed Freeman.

In the Friday night blind draw event, Noel Aucoin of North Battleford partnered with Logan Crooks to take first.

The Main Event is the province's only BDO-ranked tournament. You can see full results here.


Tournament Notes

Did you know? The 2020 Nationals will be held in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

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


 Maximum Exposure
"180!"

Here's the running total of all maximum 180s and 171s recorded by SDA players at tournaments in the 2018-19 season.

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

38 Jason Skinner 2 Aspen Hall
29 Steve Kristjansson   Angela Aucoin
19 Ashtin Bear   Rianna December
10 Karsten Larsen   Taryn Kristjansson
10 Sean Shea   Patty Leroy
9 Chester Sakebow   Gloria Morrison
4 John Brann   Melanie Thomas
4 Myles Charles    
4 Curt Gamble    
4 Austin Morrison    
3 Rick Hanson    
3 Wayne Hudson    
3 Rod Swenson    
3 Tyron Wilson    
2 Noel Aucoin
2 Matt Breidenbach    
2 Brad December    
2 Luke Dubois    
2 Cory Meredith    
2 Klyne Obey    
2 Darrin Rekve    
2 Andy Townend    
  Perry Burton    
  Bill Cragg    
  Wellesley Dashney    
  Paul Dempsey    
  Shane Dunham    
  Ryan English    
  Ken Friesen    
  Trevor Gilchrist    
  Maynard Leibel    
  Iain Mackay    
  Terry McKay    
  Bobby Magalong    
  Eric Matheson    
  Mike McPhail
  Darren Polischuk    
  Dave Propp    
  Murray Shaw    
  Doug Spearey    
  Earl Stirling-Brown    
  Keane Sutherland    
  Jay Wirll    

Records on this site date back to the 2000-1 season. If you have earlier records and archives in your possession, please contact the SDA

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