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PLAYERS

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Tap "Player" column header to sort players alphabetically and then select checkmarks to mark your favorite players. Use the "Group Players" button to create your own personalized leaderboard.

PLAYER PERFORMANCE

  • PPR: Points Per Round
  • MPR: Marks Per Round
  • Fir9: Avg of First 9 Darts
  • AFin: Avg Finish
  • 100+: All turns of 100 or more
  • 140+: All turns of 140 or more
  • 180: Turns scoring 180pts
  • Miss%: Missed Dart %
  • T&B%: Triple & Bull Dart %
  • 5M+: Turns of 5 marks or more
  • 7M+: Turns of 7 marks or more
  • 9M: Turns scoring 9 marks
  • 3B: 3 Bull Count
  • 4B: 4 Bull Count
  • 5B: 5 Bull Count
  • 6B: 6 Bull Count
  • HT: Hat Tricks
  • 100+: All turns of 100 or more
  • Ton Points: Total points for 100+ turns
  • 3B%: 3 Bulls %
  • 4B%: 4 Bulls %
  • 5B%: 5 Bulls %
  • 6B%: 6 Bulls %
  • HT%: Hat Trick %
  • HTurn: High Turn
  • HSI: High Straight In (1st Turn)
  • HDIT: High Double In Turn (any)
  • HDI: High Double In
  • HDO: High Double Out
  • 5M: 5 Mark Count
  • 6M: 6 Mark Count
  • 7M: 7 Mark Count
  • 8M: 8 Mark Count
  • 9M: 9 Mark Count
  • T00: Ton Count: 100-119
  • T20: Ton Count: 120-139
  • T40: Ton Count: 130-159
  • T60: Ton Count: 160-179
  • T80: Ton Count: 180
  • 95: Ton Count: 95-113
  • T14: Ton Count: 114-132
  • T33: Ton Count: 133-151
  • T152: Ton Count: 152-170
  • T171: Ton Count: 171-180

Tap "Team Name" column header to sort players according to team name.

Use the "Division" menu to show all league players.

Tap "Sub Division" column header to sort players according to division.

  • AFin: Avg Finish
  • COE: Check Out Efficiency
  • COA: Check Out Attempts
  • CO%: Check Out Percentage
  • T.Lgs: Legs with CO Tracking

Tap "Team Name" column header to sort players according to team name.

Use the "Division" menu to show all league players.

Tap "Sub Division" column header to sort players according to division.

PLAYER RECORD

* The organizers have requested that results be withheld until the event is complete.

  • MP: Matches Played
  • Legs: Legs Played
  • LW%: Leg Win %
  • O-3DA: Opponent 3 Dart Avg
  • HF: High Finish
  • Div: Division
  • Legs: Legs Played
  • LWD: Legs "With" Darts
  • WD%: "With" Darts Win %
  • LAD: Legs "Against" Darts
  • AD%: "Against" Darts Win %
  • MP: Matches Played
  • Legs: Legs
  • LWon: Legs Won
  • LLost: Legs Lost
  • LW%: Leg Win %
  • Sets: Sets Played
  • SWon: Sets Won
  • SLost: Sets Lost
  • STied: Sets Tied
  • SW%: Set Win %
  • MP: Matches Played
  • MWon: Matches Won
  • MLost: Matches Lost
  • MTied: Matches Tied
  • LW%: Legs Win %
  • MP: Matches Played
  • MWon: Matches Won
  • MLost: Matches Lost
  • MTied: Matches Tied
  • LW%: Legs Win %

Tap "Team Name" column header to sort players according to team name.

Use the "Division" menu to show all league players.

Tap "Sub Division" column header to sort players according to division.

Use the "Division" menu to show all league players.

Tap "Sub Division" column header to sort players according to division.

3 Dart Average (PPR)

Points Per Round defines a player's '01 three-dart average. This is the most accurate measure of a player's overall ability.

DartConnect breaks this down further, to contrast consistency (First 9 Dart Average) vs. skill shooting (Average Finish) for the check out/double out turn.

3 Dart Average (MPR)

Marks Per Round defines a player's Cricket three-dart average. This is the most accurate measure of a player's overall ability.

DartConnect breaks this down further, to contrast consistency (Dart Miss %) vs. skill shooting (Triple & Bull Dart %).

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Ton Percentage

High Mark %

Tons Per Leg

High Mark Count

Ton Counts

High Bulls Count

High Bull Counts are any turns that record at least 3 Bull Marks in a single turn. Hat Tricks are turns where all darts hit a bull or double bull. 4 Bull turns that contain 2 double bulls are NOT included in this count.

Use the navigation arrows to select the preferred Ton metric. Ton percentage or Tons per leg is the most accurate way to compare players who have played a different number of legs.

Missed Darts % are dart that missed any valid target that was open at the start of a turn. Triple and Bull% are darts that hit any valid Triple or Bull target that was open at the start of a turn.

Use the navigation arrows to select the preferred High Mark metric. Percentage is the most accurate way to compare players due to the variability in game length.

Total Ton Points

100+ provides the count of turns that exceed 100, while Ton Points totals the values of each of those turns..

High Bulls %

High Bulls are any turns that record at least 3 Bull Marks in a single turn. Hat Tricks are turns where all darts hit a bull or double bull. 4 Bull turns that contain 2 double bulls are NOT included in this count.

High Turns

Use the Event and Game Menus to identify the high turns for each player. Use filters to refine your search.

High Double In Turn disregards any missed turns preceding the scoring turn. High Double In includes all turns. If these two metrics match, the player’s high double in turn occurred on his first turn.

High Mark Breakdown

Breakdown allows you to review your high turn performance according to specific increments.

Ton Breakdown

Breakdown allows you to review your high turn performance according to specific increments.

Leagues have the option of changing ’01 buckets from increments of 20, to increments of 19.

Check Out Tracking

Average Finish and Check out Efficiency are measured for every leg. Measuring Check Out Attempts requires additional scoring input during the match, and may not be activated for all legs. See match report/match counts for instructions.

Record

Record

This is the record for this player format and game type.

Use the Game Type menu to change game type.

Start Record

Start Record

When a player throws first in a leg, it is referred to as throwing “With the Darts”. A player who goes second is throwing “Against the Darts”.

It is always to a player’s advantage to throw first. Use this data to evaluate your ability to compete when going second.

All Legs Record

This is the legs record for all matches of the tournamentseason for each player. It includes all player formats and game types.

Legs Record

This is the legs record for all matches of the tournamentseason. It includes all player formats and game types.

All Sets Record

This is the sets record for all matches of the tournament for each player. It includes all player formats and game types.

Sets Record

This is the sets record for all matches of the tournament. It includes all player formats and game types.

All Matches Record

This is the match record for the entire tournament. It includes all player formats and game types.

All Matches Record

This is the match record for the entire season for each player. It includes all player formats and game types.

Welcome female shooters! Edit your player profile with a DartConnect account to ensure your name appears the women's only ranking.

Your Opponents

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Opp Avg vs You

  • O-PPR: 3 Dart Avg
  • Fir9: First 9 Darts
  • AFin: Avg finish
  • O-DCA: 3 Dart Avg Against All Players
  • O-MPR: 3 Dart Avg
  • Miss%: Missed Dart
  • T&B%: Trip & Bull Darts
  • O-DCA: 3 Dart Avg Against All Players

Your Avg vs Opp

  • PPR: 3 Dart Avg
  • Fir9: Avg of First 9 Darts
  • AFin: Avg Finish
  • MPR: 3 Dart Avg
  • Miss%: Missed Dart
  • T&B%: Trip & Bull Darts

Your Record

  • MC: Match Count
  • Legs: Legs Played
  • LW%: Leg Win Percentage
  • HLC: Number of Legs Handicapped

3 Dart Avg ()

Points Per Round defines a player's '01 three-dart average. This is the most accurate measure of a player's overall ability.

A player's shooting consistency is determined by the First Nine Darts thrown in '01 competition. Average Finish determines a player’s shooting accuracy, by averaging their ’01 double-out scores.

Marks Per Round defines a player's cricket three-dart average. This is the most accurate measure of a player's overall ability.

A player's shooting consistency is determined by their Miss %, which are darts that miss targets that were open at the start of the player's turn. Shooting accuracy is determined by Triple & Bull %, which are darts that hit triple segments and bulls that were open at the start of the players' turn.

Opponent's 3 Dart Avg

The opponent's reflects how well each player competes with the member. The opponent's DartConnect Average (DCA) is how well they play against ALL players, including non-members.

3 Dart Avg

The member's reflects how well they compete with each opponent. The member's DartConnect Average (DCA) is how well they compete with all opponents listed in the leaderboard, including non-members. This can be found in the section header and the "red row" when sorting by member .

Record

Win/Loss records can be misleading. The opponent's three-dart average (O-3DA) is the collective average of all opponents faced by this player during the season/event. Use this to benchmark winning percentages.

If the opponents have played any handicapped legs, they will noted in the HLC column.

All averages are subject to the same selections and filters. This consistency allows you to accurately compare players over the same time period/season/event, etc.

If you see a player's name listed multiple times, they may be missing an email or using multiple email addresses. Multiple emails can be added in the member site with a free guest account to consolidate all DartConnect Activity.

Leaderboard reporting is dependent upon user input and should be used in conjunction with existing reporting systems. Some reporting metrics have been recently introduced, and will not reflect older matches.

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