36th United Nations Inter-Agency Games


Darts.jpgDARTS - Rules (36th United Nations InterAgency Games)

The competition shall be held in accordance with the General Rules of the Games and the rules of the World Darts Federation.

  1. Each team shall consist of six players, + 1 reserve (men and/or women). If there are ten teams or less participating, each team shall play against all other teams; if eleven or more teams are participating, the teams shall be divided into two groups (box system). In this case, the winner of the previous year will head group A and the runner up of the previous year will head group B. Within each group each team shall play against every other team. There will then be play-offs between the first classified in group A and the second classified in group B, and between the second classified in group A and the first classified in group B. The final will then be played between the two winners, and the two losers of the play-offs will play each other for third and fourth place.

  2. A match will consist of:

    (a) 6 singles sets of 501, one leg each, straight in double to finish;
    (b) 1 team game of 1001, one leg, straight in, double to finish; (one leg per game).

  3. One point shall be awarded to the winning team of each game totalling seven points, plus one extra point for a match win totalling eight points per match.

  4. The two teams captains shall, prior to the start of each match, independently list, in the order of play, the names of their players. No conferring between teams is permitted as to the order of play.

  5. Each game shall be played on a standard board - doubles, trebles, 25 and 50 (Bull) - hung 5 feet 8 inches (173 cm) from the centre of the Bull to the floor, and the throw line at least 7 feet 9.25 inches (237 cm) measured along the floor and marked with a toe line.

  6. When throwing, players must not cross the toe line.

  7. To determine the order of play for each game, one person from each team playing the game shall throw one dart at the board. The person whose dart is nearest the centre shall be the one to begin the game.

  8. To finish a game, the exact number left must be obtained and if a player obtains more than the requisite number with any one of his/her three darts, the score shall not count. On the next throw, the player or the next player of the same team shall throw for the previous number required.

  9. A draw at darts is not recognized and the player who first obtains the number required in accordance with the rules of the game, wins the game.

  10. The 50 or Bull counts as 2 x 25 and is recognized as a double 25, which allows the match to end.

  11. For each match played the "Home" team shall nominate a person to be the referee, the "Away" team shall nominate a person to be the marker.

  12. The result of each throw must be clearly shown on a scoreboard, giving the number obtained and the number required. All scores must be recorded by the marker and checked by the referee.

  13. No darts shall count towards the score unless the point is actually touching the board when the score is called. Darts are to be withdrawn by the player only after the referee has called the total score of the three darts, and the total score has been checked by the marker.

  14. The score of any darts falling from the board is not counted unless the total score of the three darts has been previously called by the referee.

  15. The referee is the only person permitted to call the score. The referee may inform the player of the number he/she requires to finish the match, if asked.

  16. The captain of the winning team shall be responsible for returning the score sheet to the nominated official.

  17. Disputes during any game shall be settled by the two team captains of that match and, in the event of disagreement, the dispute shall be settled by the director of the competition.

  18. If a team has less then six players (with a minimum of four players) at the board 15 minutes after the appointed time of start, that team may still play but will automatically forfeit the team game and one game for each missing player and the points will be awarded to the opposing team.

  19. A team shall be deemed to have forfeited its right to play a match if it has less than four of its players at the board within 15 minutes from the appointed starting time. In this case, all eight points shall be given to the team present at the board after 15 minutes of the appointed starting time, the game shall be declared void and no points shall be awarded to either team. (The only exception being if one or both of the teams are still playing their previous match. In this case the organizer will then set a new starting time).

  20. In case of a numeric draw in the final classification, the winning team will be decided according to the results of the direct encounter.

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