Gosport Mens Dart League
As mentioned on the 2nd August behavior during GMDL matches should be within the spirit of the game.
Last week the Committee presided over an incident of a player that had used threatening behavior to another player.
As a result, the player has been suspended for six league matches, this will also include any other matches and competitions covered by the six matches. They have also been warned that any subsequent behavior of a similar nature will result in a ban from the GMDL.
The White Horse dart team have relocated to The Hoeford and are no known as The Hoeford Horses.
It has been brought to the attention of the committee than some players are not playing darts within the spirit the game should be played in.
All players, teams and especially team captains are reminded that all players should be treated with respect at all times irrelevant of their ability, especially whilst throwing.
There is nothing wrong with some banter and a sing song but derogatory comments will not be accepted.
Big Congratulations to Mike Symes Hampshire Mens Open 2017 Winner.
A great achievement against a very Strong field.
Team captains are to ensure they are aware of the rules for submitting results and result sheets.
All results are to be in no later than the Wednesday after the game. We have a number ways of getting these results in.
1. Use the website and report the result via the match report link in the fixtures
2. E-mail (you have Rob and Jeffs on the website contacts)
3. Text ( Jeff 07427684969).
4. Drop the result sheet in to pub.
All score cards to be handed into the Foresters Arms by no later than midday the following Monday. It is the responsibility of the winning Captain to ensure this takes place. It will be the winning team who would lose the points as the match will become void, so it is in your own interest.
Any team that cannot fulfill there fixture MUST contact the opposing pub no later than 20:15 on the night of the game.
If the game is cancelled after this time the team that cancels must pay the opposing pub £10 to cover the cost of the food they would have prepared.