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Irish National Darts Organisation All-Ireland Inter-County 2006

Irish National Darts Organisation Logo
Irish National Darts Organisation Logo [References: 1]

Knockout Rounds

DateHome TeamAway Team
Quarter-Finals
2006Donegal7Mayo3
2006Wexford7Sligo1
2006Cork5Limerick7
2006Dublin7Kildare5
Semi-Finals
2006Donegal7Wexford3
2006Limerick7Dublin2
Final
2006Donegal7Limerick3
[References: 2]

Group Tables

First roundPWDLPts
Group
Donegal (Q)330024
Kilkenny320120
Meath310216
Wicklow300312
[References: 2]

Group Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Group
2006Kilkenny5Donegal7
2006Meath8Wicklow4
2006Donegal8Meath4
2006Kilkenny7Wicklow5
2006Donegal9Wicklow3
2006Meath4Kilkenny8
[References: 2]

Report

Donegal won the 2006 Irish National Darts Organisation All-Ireland Championships with a 7-3 victory over Limerick in the Final. They had topped their First Round Group with wins over Kilkenny (7-5), Meath (8-4) and Wicklow (9-3) before defeating Mayo 7-3 in the first to seven Quarter-Finals, and then Wexford, also by a score of 7-3 in the Semi-Finals. The 8 Quarter-Finalists were Donegal, Mayo, Wexford, Sligo, Cork, Limerick, Dublin and Kildare. Limerick beat Dublin 7-2 in the other Semi-Final.

References

Images

[1] INDO (2020) 9886424 [Internet] Available from: https://indodarts.weebly.com/uploads/6/0/0/6/60063899/9886424.png [Accessed 5 October 2020]

Internet Archives

[2] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2013) All-Irelands 2007 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20110704014858/http://www.meathdarts.com/allireland07.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to John Kane

About this document

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Irish National Darts Organisation All-Ireland Inter-County 2007

Irish National Darts Organisation Logo
Irish National Darts Organisation Logo [References: 1]

Knockout Rounds

DateHome TeamAway Team
Quarter-Finals
2007Donegal7Limerick5
2007Louth3Kilkenny7
2007Cork7Kildare3
2007Meath6Dublin7
Semi-Finals
2007Donegal7Kilkenny4
2007Cork7Dublin3
Final
2007Donegal7Cork5
[References: 2]

Playoff Tables

PlayoffsPWDLPts
Playoff
Meath (Q)220016
Westmeath10011
Galway10010
[References: 2]

Playoff Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoff Group
2007Meath8Galway0
2007Meath8Westmeath1
[References: 2]

First Round Group Tables

First RoundPWDLPts
Group
Dublin (Q)320125
Meath (P)330024
Cavan310213
Clare300310
[References: 2]

First Round Group Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Group
12.02.2007Dublin11Clare1
12.02.2007Meath8Cavan4
12.02.2007Dublin4Meath8
12.02.2007Clare5Cavan7
12.02.2007Dublin10Cavan2
12.02.2007Meath8Clare4
[References: 2]

Report

Donegal were again winners of the Irish National Darts Organisation All-Ireland Inter-County Championship in 2007, with a 7-5 victory over Cork in the final. They had defeated Limerick 7-5 in the Quarter-Finals and Kilkenny 7-4 in the Semi-Finals. Cork defeated Dublin 7-3 in the other Semi-Final.

Dublin were perhaps lucky to have qualified for the Quarter-Finals, having lost 8-4 to Meath in their First Round Group. Meath won all three of their matches in the Group, but Dublin, having done far better in their games with Clare (winning 11-1) and Cavan (winning 10-2) were winners of the group having won more Legs (25 to Meath’s 24).

Meath, however, qualified for the Quarter-Finals through the Playoffs, where the six Group runners-up met for the final two Quarter-Final places. Here Meath comprehensively defeated Galway (8-0) and Westmeath (8-1), but were drawn against Dublin again in the Quarter-Finals and despite being 4-1 and 6-5 up lost in the end 7-6. The other Quarter-Finalists were Louth and Kildare.

References

Images

[1] INDO (2020) 9886424 [Internet] Available from: https://indodarts.weebly.com/uploads/6/0/0/6/60063899/9886424.png [Accessed 5 October 2020]

Internet Archives

[2] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2013) All-Irelands 2007 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20110704014858/http://www.meathdarts.com/allireland07.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to John Kane

About this document

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Irish National Darts Organisation All-Ireland Inter-County 2011

Irish National Darts Organisation Logo
Irish National Darts Organisation Logo [References: 1]

Playoffs

DateHome TeamAway Team
Quarter-Finals
06.02.2011Kilkenny4Dublin7
06.02.2011Donegal7Mayo4
06.02.2011Roscommon3Wexford7
06.02.2011Meath7Carlow4
Semi-Finals
06.02.2011Dublin3Donegal7
06.02.2011Wexford7Meath6
Final
06.02.2011Donegal7Wexford6
[References: 2]

Group Tables

INDO Inter-County 2011PWDLLegs
Group
Meath321022
Cork3121
Westmeath316
Sligo313
[References: 2]

Group Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Group
05.02.2011Cork6Meath6
05.02.2011Meath9Sligo3
05.02.2011Meath7Westmeath5
[References: 2]

Report

Donegal won the Irish National Darts Organisation All-Ireland Inter-County Championships for the 8th time in 10 years in 2011. Having defeated Mayo 7-4 in the Quarter-Finals, then Dublin 7-3 in the Semi-Finals, they came back from 6-1 down to Wexford to win 7-6 in the first to seven Final.

References

Images

[1] INDO (2020) 9886424 [Internet] Available from: https://indodarts.weebly.com/uploads/6/0/0/6/60063899/9886424.png [Accessed 5 October 2020]

Internet Archives

[2] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2013) All-Irelands 2011 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131017151726/http://meathdarts.com/county11.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to John Kane

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Dunboyne and District Darts League 2010-2011

Meath Darts Organisation Web Image
Meath Darts Organisation Web Image {References: 1]

DDDL 2010

DDDL 2010PWDLLegPts
Judge N Jury (LF)1412118837
Lawless (LSF)1412118137
County Club (LQF)149146828
Mulvannys 1 (LQF)147165622
O’Dwyers (KF)146175119
Johnstown (KSF)144284913
Bradys (KSF)142111317
Mulvannys 2 (KSF)140113241
[References: 1]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Knockout Final
2010O’DwyersW
DateHome TeamAway Team
League Final
2010Judge N JuryLLawlessW
[References: 2]

Playoff Champions 2010: Lawless

DDDL 2011

DDDL 2011PWDLLegsPts
Judge N Jury (LF)1412119137
Lawlesses (LSF)1410227932
County Club (LQF)149326830
O’Dwyers (LQF)146455722
Mulvannys (Green) (KF)146265620
Bradys (KQF)143011349
GAA (KQF)143011329
Mulvannys (Gold) (KSF)141112304
[References: 2]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoff for 6-7 Places
2011Brady’s5GAA2
Knockout Quarter-Final
2011GAA0Mulvannys (Gold)5
Knockout Semi-Final
2011BradysMulvannys Gold
Knockout Final
2011Mulvannys Green??
[References: 2]
DateHome TeamAway Team
League Quarter-Final
2011County Club2O’Dwyers5
League Semi-Final
2011LawlessO’Dwyers
League Final
2011Judge N JurySemi-Final winner
[References: 2]

Report

Lawless defeated Judge N Jury in the 2010 Dunboyne & District Darts League Final, and O’Dwyers were Knockout Champions. The 2011 League Final was to also feature Judge N Jury and either Lawless or O’Dwyers who were to meet in the League Semi-Final. Mulvannys Green were through to the Knockout Final.

References

Logos

[1] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2013) bullseye-126×102 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131017164237im_/http://www.meathdarts.com/sitebuilder/images/bullseye-126×102.jpg [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Internet Archives

[2] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2012) dunboyne [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20110702190105/http://www.meathdarts.com/dunboyne.html  [Accessed 21 November 2019]

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Thanks to John Kane

About this document

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Trim Summer Darts League 2010-2011

TSDL 2010

TSDL 2010PPts
Red Division
Sally Rogers (C)856
Judge Green (P)852
Kielys Black830
Lynchs827
Bounty Bar812
Blue Division
Kielys Green (C)1275
Lenihens (P)1266
Priory Inn1262
Judge Black1261
McCormacks1248
Brogans1242
Steps1225
[References: 2]
DateHome TeamAway Team
League Semi-Finals
2010Kielys Green7Judge Green10
2010Sally Rogers12Lenihens6
League Final
2010Judge GreenSally Rogers
[References: 2]

TSDL 2011

TSDL 2011PWLPts
Blue Division
Sally Blue (C)108260
Judge Red (P)108257
Kielys Gold107350
Priory inn102836
McCormacks102834
Lynchs103731
Red Division
Sallys Red (C)107365
Judge Blue (P)108262
Lenihens105549
Bounty105548
Kielys Green105546
Stand100100
[References: 2]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Knockout Quarter-Finals
01.07.2011Bountybye
01.07.2011Lynchs4Priory Inn5
01.07.2011Kielys Green5Kielys GoldL
01.07.2011Lenihens5McCormacks3
Knockout Semi-Finals 1st Leg
14.07.2011Bounty3Priory Inn6
14.07.2011Kielys Green5Lenihens4
Knockout Semi-Finals 2nd Leg
15.07.2011Priory Inn4 (10)Bounty 5 (8)
15.07.2011Lenihens4 (8)Kielys Green5 (10)
Knockout Final 1st Leg
21.07.2011Priory InnKielys Green
Knockout Final 2nd Leg
22.07.2011Kielys GreenPriory Inn
[References: 2]
DateHome TeamAway team
League Semi-Finals 1st Leg
08.07.2011Sallys BlueJudge Red
08.07.2011Judge BlueSallys Red
League Semi-Finals 2nd Leg
15.07.2011Judge redSallys Blue
15.07.2011Sallys RedJudge Blue
[References: 2]

Report

The Trim Summer Darts League was divided into two divisions: Blue and Red for the 2010 and 2011 seasons. Sally Rogers won the Red Division in 2010 and Kielys Green the Blue Division. Sallys Blue were winners of the Blue Division in 2011 and Sallys Red won the Red Division.

Logos

[1] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2013) bullseye-126×102 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131017164237im_/http://www.meathdarts.com/sitebuilder/images/bullseye-126×102.jpg [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Internet Archives

[2] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2012) Trim Summer Darts League [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131017153430/http://www.meathdarts.com/trimsummerlge.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to John Kane

About this document

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Kells & District Darts League 2005-2009

Meath Darts Organisation Web Image
Meath Darts Organisation Web Image {References: 1]

KDDL 2005-06

KDDL 2006-07PWDLPts
Dee Local (C)14121125
Railway Bar1491419
Cosy Corner1474318
Maguires1472516
Colwells1454514
McCabes1426610
The Chaser1434710
Silver Tankard1400140
[References: 2]

Playoff Champions 2005-06: Cosy Corner

KDDL 2006-07

KDDL 2006-07PWDLPts
Dee Local (C)14102222
Colwells (P)14102222
Cosyu Corner (P)1482418
Maguires (P)1455415
Railway Bar A1453613
Silver Tankard1445513
McCabes142397
Railway Bar B1402122
[References: 2]
DateHome TeamAway Team
League Playoff
04.05.2007ColwellsLDee LocalW
League Semi-Finals
2007Dee Local4Maguires2
2007Cosy Corner4Colwells3
League Final
25.05.2007Dee LocalWCosy CornerL
[References: 2-3]

KDDL 2007-08

Final Table Unknown at time of writing

2007-08 Kells & District Darts League Champions: Silver Tankard [References: 3]

KDDL 2008-09

KDDL 2008-09PWDLPts
Railway Bar (C)1477021
Colwells1484220
Silver Tankard1484220
Dee Local1465317
McCabes1471615
Smyths1451811
Maguires1404104
Corbys1411123
[References: 2]

Report

Dee Local were Kells & District Darts League Champions in 2005-06 but lost out in the Playoffs to Cosy Corner. The following year they made nom mistake, winning both League and Playoffs and in 2007-08 the Playoff title went to Silver Tankard. Railway Bar completed the League and Playoff double in 2008-09.

References

Logos

[1] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2013) bullseye-126×102 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131017164237im_/http://www.meathdarts.com/sitebuilder/images/bullseye-126×102.jpg [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Internet Archives

[2] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2012) Index 3 [Internet] Available from:  http://web.archive.org/web/20070708040719/http://www.meathdarts.com/index3.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

[3] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2013) Kells League [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20091122202243/http://www.meathdarts.com/kellsleague.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to John Kane

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 15 May 2021

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2021

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Kells & District Darts League 2005-2009

Meath Darts Organisation Web Image
Meath Darts Organisation Web Image {References: 1]

KDDL 2005-06

KDDL 2006-07PWDLPts
Dee Local (C)14121125
Railway Bar1491419
Cosy Corner1474318
Maguires1472516
Colwells1454514
McCabes1426610
The Chaser1434710
Silver Tankard1400140
[References: 2]

Playoff Champions 2005-06: Cosy Corner

KDDL 2006-07

KDDL 2006-07PWDLPts
Dee Local (C)14102222
Colwells (P)14102222
Cosyu Corner (P)1482418
Maguires (P)1455415
Railway Bar A1453613
Silver Tankard1445513
McCabes142397
Railway Bar B1402122
[References: 2]
DateHome TeamAway Team
League Playoff
04.05.2007ColwellsLDee LocalW
League Semi-Finals
2007Dee Local4Maguires2
2007Cosy Corner4Colwells3
League Final
25.05.2007Dee LocalWCosy CornerL
[References: 2-3]

KDDL 2007-08

Final Table Unknown at time of writing

2007-08 Kells & District Darts League Champions: Silver Tankard [References: 3]

KDDL 2008-09

KDDL 2008-09PWDLPts
Railway Bar (C)1477021
Colwells1484220
Silver Tankard1484220
Dee Local1465317
McCabes1471615
Smyths1451811
Maguires1404104
Corbys1411123
[References: 2]

Report

Dee Local were Kells & District Darts League Champions in 2005-06 but lost out in the Playoffs to Cosy Corner. The following year they made nom mistake, winning both League and Playoffs and in 2007-08 the Playoff title went to Silver Tankard. Railway Bar completed the League and Playoff double in 2008-09.

References

Logos

[1] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2013) bullseye-126×102 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131017164237im_/http://www.meathdarts.com/sitebuilder/images/bullseye-126×102.jpg [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Internet Archives

[2] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2012) Index 3 [Internet] Available from:  http://web.archive.org/web/20070708040719/http://www.meathdarts.com/index3.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

[3] Meath Darts Wayback Machine (2013) Kells League [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20091122202243/http://www.meathdarts.com/kellsleague.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to John Kane

About this document

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Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 15 May 2021

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South Meath Darts League 2009-2014

Meath Darts Organisation Web Image
Meath Darts Organisation Web Image [References: 1]

SMDL 2009-10

SMDL 2009-10PPts
McHughs (C)1898
Judge N Jury1888
Bawn Inn1886
Lawless1884
Bective1880
Coachmans1875
Kielys1875
County Club1850
Longwood1850
Lenihens1814
[References: 3]
DateHome TeamAway Team
League Quarter-Finals
2010Lawless3Kielys5
2010Bawn Inn5Bective2
League Semi-Finals
2010Kielys2McHughs5
2010Bawn Inn5Judge N Jury2
League Final
2010McHughs5Bawn Inn4
[Referencves: 2]

SMDL 2010-11

SMDL 2010-11PPts
Kielys19109
Lawless19101
Judge N Jury1988
McHughs1988
Bawn Inn1987
Coachmans1982
County Club1975
Sallys1969
Mulvannys1948
Lenihens1934
Bective #2019
[References: 3]

Note: Bective did not compete in second half of season. All teams counted +8 Points for games versus Bective.

SMDL 2011-12

SMDL 2011-12PWPts
Kielys151180
Gaffneys151179
McHughs15770
Judge N Jury15566
Coachmans15564
County Club15463
Lawless15561
Mulvannys15043
Lenihens #15021
[References: 3]

Note: # Lenihens did not compete in second half of season. Points in table reflect +8 Points awarded to each team for that match.

SMDL 2012-13

DateHome TeamAway Team
Quarter-Finals
25.02.2013Judge N Jury5McLaughlins4
25.02.2013McHughs5County Club1
Semi-Finals
04.03.2013Kielys4Judge N Jury5
04.03.2013Lawless1McHughs5
Final
24.03.2013Judge N JuryLMcHughsW
[References: 4]

SMDL 2013-14

SMDL 2013-14PWPts
Kielys (C)14769
Bridge House14764
Judge N Jury14864
McHughs14861
County Club14660
Mulvannys14549
Lawless14245
McLaughlins14236
[References: 5]

Report

McHughs won both the League and League playoffs in the South Meath Darts League in 2009-10. The next two years belonged to Kielys, winners in 2010-11 and 2011-12. In 2012-13 McHughs were again Champions, defeating Judge N Jury in the Final. the 2013-14 Championship went back to Kielys again.

For 2009-10 the Points system became based on total games won rather that 2 points for a match won and 1 point for a match drawn. i.e. If a match finished 5 games to 3 the winning team would gain 5 points and the losing team 3 points.

References

Logos

[1] South Meath Darts League Wayback Machine (2007) bullseye-126×102 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131017164237im_/http://www.meathdarts.com/sitebuilder/images/bullseye-126×102.jpg [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Internet Archives

[2] South Meath Darts League Wayback Machine (2012) Tables [Internet] Available from:  http://web.archive.org/web/20120501020421/http://www.meathdarts.com/tables.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

[3] South Meath Darts League Wayback Machine (2013) Results [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131017164237/http://www.meathdarts.com/smdlresults.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

[4] South Meath Darts League Wayback Machine (2013) Index [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20130613160315/http://www.meathdarts.com/ [Accessed 21 November 2019]

[5] South Meath Darts League Wayback Machine (2016) Tables [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20160321073452/http://meathdarts.com/tables.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

[6] South Meath Darts League Wayback Machine (2016) Fixtures [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20160321073453/http://meathdarts.com/fixtures.html  [Accessed 15 May 2021]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to John Kane

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 15 May 2021

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South Meath Darts League 2005-2009

Meath Darts Organisation Logo Image [References: 1]

SMDL 2005-06

SMDL 2005-06PWDLPts
Blue League
Geraghty’s (C)1292120
McHugh’s (P)1274118
Coachmans (P)1246214
Kielys1254314
Jack Quinns122559
County Club123278
Balreask1201111
Red League
Village Inn871015
Warrenstown860212
Longwood83147
Priory Inn83056
Gilsenans80080
[References: 2]
DateHome TeamAway Team
League Quarter-Finals
27.03.2006Warrenstown6Coachmans2
27.03.2006McHughs5Longwood2
League Semi-Finals
03.04.2006Geraghty’s4Warrenstown4
03.04.2006Village Inn4McHughs4
League Semi-Finals Replays
10.04.2006Geraghty’sWWarrenstownL
10.04.2006Village InnWMcHughsL
League Final
23.04.2006Geraghty’s1Village Inn5
[References: 2]

SMDL 2006-07

SMDL 2006-07PWDLPts
Caffreys (C)20171235
Village Inn19151331
Geraghty’s19114426
McHughs19113525
Kielys2094722
Jack Quinns1991919
County Club19431211
Priory Inn19271011
Coachmans19351111
Balreask Arms19421310
Klondyke1925129
[References: 3]

SMDL 2007-08

SMDL 2007-08PWDLPts
Lawless (C)20154134
McHughs21153333
Bawn Inn20126230
Bective20107327
Geraghty’s21123627
Klondyke2186722
Coachmans2185821
Kielys2159719
County Club2175919
Priory Inn22261410
Balreask2133159
Crowinstown2200220
[References: 3]

SMDL 2008-09

SMDL 2008-09PWDLPts
McHughs (C)1622
Bective1622
Lawless1622
Bawn Inn1621
Coachmans1619
Kielys1616
Longwood1611
County Club167
Judge N Jury164
[References: 3]

Report

The South Meath Darts League was won by Village Inn 5-1 in the Final versus Geraghty’s in 2005-06. From 2006-07 the SMDL became a League-only competition which was won by Caffreys by four points from the holders Village Inn. Lawless won on 33 points in 2007-08, one point ahead of McHughs. In 2008-09 McHughs, Bective and Lawless all finished on 22 points.

For 2009-10 the Points system became based on total games won rather that 2 points for a match won and 1 point for a match drawn. i.e. If a match finished 5 games to 3 the winning team would gain 5 points and the losing team 3 points.

References

Logos

[1] South Meath Darts League Wayback Machine (2007) bullseye-126×102 [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131017164237im_/http://www.meathdarts.com/sitebuilder/images/bullseye-126×102.jpg [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Internet Archives

[2] South Meath Darts League Wayback Machine (2007) Tables [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20070303130401/http://www.meathdarts.com/tables2.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

[3] South Meath Darts League Wayback Machine (2009) Tables [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20091122202736/http://www.meathdarts.com/tables.html  [Accessed 21 November 2019]

[4] South Meath Darts League Wayback Machine (2012) Tables [Internet] Available from:  http://web.archive.org/web/20120501020421/http://www.meathdarts.com/tables.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

[5] South Meath Darts League Wayback Machine (2009) Results [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20131017164237/http://www.meathdarts.com/smdlresults.html [Accessed 21 November 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to John Kane

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Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 15 May 2021

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Women’s Arena Football League 2013

Women's Arena Football League
Women’s Arena Football League {References: 1]

Standings

WAFL 2021PWLTPFPAPct
American League
New Orleans Bayou Queens
Houston Lady Oilers
Dallas Darlings
San Antonio Extrellas
National League
Atlanta Archers
Orlando Eclipse
Tampa Bay Duchess
Jacksonville Cougars
[References: 2]

Report

Women’s Arena Football League was a Southern USA based Women’s Arena Football League which rivalled the Legends Football League. It had 8 teams scheduled to start in 2013 but there is no evidence it started at all.

Dallas Darlings Logo
Dallas Darlings Logo [References: 3]

References

Images

[1] Women’s Arena Football League (2021) X-League Logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.wafleague.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/wafl-logo.png [Accessed 11 May 2021]

Websites

[2] Women’s Arena Football League (2021) Schedule [Internet] Available from: http://www.wafleague.com/about/ [Accessed 11 May 2021]

Images

[3] Women’s Arena Football League (2021) Dallas Darlings Logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.wafleague.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Dallas.jpg [Accessed 11 May 2021]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Larrisa McCloyne.

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American & World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 11 May 2021

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2021

You may quote this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved.