Notice to all
Competitors & Visitors
N.Z.D.C RULES WILL BE
STRICTLY ADHERED TO
1. A reasonable standard of dress is
required at all times.
Code: During the tournament “No Open Toed Shoes, Jandals or Tank
tops dress will be allowed when playing. Players should wear a shirt
with a collar. This means a dart shirt with a collar, a polo shirt
with a collar or a blouse with a collar. T Shirts with a round or a V
neck are not permitted. Furthermore short shirts or shirts that show the
belly button are prohibited.
3. No head gear
shall be worn while playing without the permission of the NZDC.
4. Jeans will not be permitted to be
worn on stage during a televised final.
Advertising: The New Zealand Darts Council reserve the right to
protect their sponsors interests with regard to any advertising
material, slogans, or logos used by players, teams or other sponsors
during the Championships. No advertising apparel shall be worn on
stage during finals, without prior approval by NZDC Executive.
6. Musical instruments are prohibited from
the venue playing area during the hours of play.
7. Players and visitors are requested to
respect the property of the venue during their stay
8. All Cell Phones to be turned off or put on
silent/vibrate mode when event finals are in progress.
9. The New Zealand Darts Council reserve the
right of admission at all times
10. The New
Zealand Darts Council reserve the right to expel any person from the
venue if they are guilty of
causing any damage or disorderly behaviour
11. In the event
of any wilful damage the offender and his region committee will be held
responsible in respect to
shall not bring liquor into the hall or take into the playing area. Any
breach of this rule can render
the competitor liable to disqualification.
13. An official
representative of the region shall confirm all entries prior to
commencement of event; any changes
must be in writing and signed. Substitutions
will only be accepted 24 hours prior to the Event starting time
to be kept under strict control at all times.
winning three (3) games to qualify to enter into a seeded straight
knockout. Other players may enter
an open draw knockout.
2. All section
play - best of three (3) legs 501. At commencement of knockout best of
five (5) legs 501 up to
5. Disputes Committee shall be three Directors of New Zealand
6. Three calls
at one minute intervals will be made at all stages of the New Zealand
Championships. Failure to observe these calls will result in the game
being defaulted by the absent player or players.
7. All players
to report half an hour before commencement of each event. It is the
player’s responsibility to be
present at the board allocated in the programme by
start time. Failure to do this will mean disqualification from
8. Team managers
are responsible for all 180 scored by their region players. Please have
the application signed
at the Control Desk prior to departure from the
9. The winner of the game is responsible for bringing the result
to the Control Desk.
12. Failing to
report to their Board when the game is called, Rule 6 will be invoked
and the player will be disqualified from that event.
15. CONDUCT During a match - players
shall conduct themselves in a manner of respect for the other player (s)
and shall refrain from annoying the other player (s) or using offensive
language or making offensive gestures and shall refrain from any
unsportsmanlike conduct (I.E. such as deliberately losing a Leg or
match, deliberately delaying match play, or interfering with the throw
of another player.)
16. Any player found by the Organisers to be in
breach of Clause 15 shall be deemed to have brought the Sport of Darts
into disrepute and shall be disqualified from any further participation
in the tournament.