Rogue Darts and Tuesday Night Flights play the game of Cricket.
A team must have a minimum of 2 players to commence play, and matches must commence within 5 minutes of scheduled start time, otherwise the team with the insufficient number of players forfeits.
Teams must commence play once at least two members are present and time has begun. Teams may not delay games to wait for additional players to arrive.
Captains must make introductions and share their team's player order prior to the start of the match. All players present are required to play, in sequence, throughout the course of the match (i.e. no sitting out to allow the "hot hands" to play). Players who arrive late should be added to the end of the sequence and begin play at the appropriate time.
Only current season registered players may participate in the league play. Players are encouraged to come early and stay late to support their fellow teams. However, players not currently in an active match should remain out of the immediate throwing area and dart lanes.
Each player is encouraged to wear their league provided team t-shirt, and to wear a name tag.
Teams will use Rock-Paper-Scissors to decide which team will throw first, winner's choice.
Numbers in Play: 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, and Bullseye.
The objective shall be to "close" the above numbers on the dartboard first, and to achieve an equal or higher point total to be declared the winner.
Three darts thrown in succession shall constitute a "turn". Each team shall alternate turns. A dart thrown is a dart thrown, regardless of where it hits or bounces/falls. Darts that do not remain on the board (fall-off mid-play) at the end of a turn shall not be scored.
To close a number, a team must score/mark three of a number. This can be accomplished with three singles, a single and a double, or a triple. To close the bullseye, the outer bull counts as a single, and the inner bull counts as a double.
Once a team scores/marks three of a number, it is "owned" by that team. That team may then score points on the closed number until the opponent closes it. The amount of points scored is dependent upon which part of the board is struck --inner red ring counts triple the number hit, outer green ring counts double, and a hit in the white area is equal to the number. The single bullseye is worth 25 points and the double bullseye is worth 50 points.
***It shall be the responsibility of both teams to verify a score before a player removes their darts from the dartboard.***
It is legal to step on (but not across) the throwing line and to lean forward. Calling your shot is not required.
Determining a Winner:
A) If within the 0 minute time limit, the first team to close out all numbers AND have an equivalent or higher score is declared the winner.
B) If time is called at 0 minutes, the following order applies:
1) The team with most "marks" (max of 3 per key number, or up to 21 total) is declared winner.
2) If both teams have the same number of marks, the team with the most points is declared winner.
3) If both teams have the same number of marks and points, the first team to score during "sudden death" is declared winner.
So, if within the 0 minute playing time, your team has closed all numbers before the other team, but has less points, your team needs
to keep playing until your points match or exceed your opponent's. If after 0 minutes, your team still has fewer points,
the tie breaker rules in B) above would apply.
C) In the event of a forfeit, the present team should score a win with 50 points and the forfeiting team as 0 points.
The forfeiting team should score a loss with 0 points, and the opposing team as 50 points.
D) In the event of a double team forfeit, the result is a loss for both teams with zero point differentials.
Division rankings, and potential tie-breakers are based upon the following order:
1) win-loss record of each team
2) point differential awarded*
3) points scored
4) points allowed
After the completion of each game, the winning team is awarded the difference in points between the two team scores.
Should a team win by marks and have fewer points, the points awarded shall be 0. (Be sure to still record the total of
points scored for each team as those points may count towards division tie-breakers, and overall playoff placement.)
Not yet set up.
Rogue League Sports, Inc. has been recognized a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS). As such, we will be developing a series of educational outreaches within the greater Washington, DC area. This season we have partnered with Mary's Center to offer quick, 1-minute HIV testing and education during our games, and have invited various other community organizations to table upstairs.
Thanks to our players, our friends, our families, our host venues, and sponsors, our previous seasonal fundraisers
have been hugely successful with the amounts raised for charity breaking records each season.
That said, be on the lookout for our upcoming season's Save The Date!
Rogue League Sports is dedicated to making an impact in our communities by not only giving back financially,
but also through volunteer efforts with various community based organizations. We will be adding many of those opportunities within the
section of our mobile website. Please check back often.
Be sure to get the best experience using this web-app by adding us to your phone's homescreen! From your internet browser, please do the following:
Android (Chrome): Tap the menu button in the upper right, then tap Add to homescreen.
iPhone (Safari): Tap the Share button on the browser's toolbar -- that's the rectangle with an arrow pointing upward on the bottom
of the screen. Tap the Add to Home Screen icon in the Share menu.
Thereafter, simply click on the icon placed on your homescreen to use the app, and get the latest schedules, rankings, and event details!
Click on Player 1 or Player 2 and update the name accordingly, up to 12 characters.
To reset your score for another game, simply click the double circle under the bullseye "B".
Feel free to change the background color by clicking on the Rogue Darts logo on the ScoreBoard tab to cycle through various colors (currently 14 different ones).
Rogue Darts and Tuesday Night Flights are fun, socially-minded, LGBTQ+, non-profit, steel-tip dart leagues that strive to better
our communities through volunteer efforts and raising funds for local non-profit organizations. Our vision is to have fun, cherish friendships,
meet new people, and to be engaged with and committed to bettering our community while championing the sport of darts.
Founding members of Rogue League Sports, Rogue Darts and Tuesday Night Flights play in support of fantastic charities,
many with a focus on LGBT issues. Together, we have donated over $175,000 to charity!
Recent beneficiaries have included Trevor Project, Network For Victim Recovery of DC, The Humane Rescue Alliance, Point Foundation, City Dogs Rescue, Martha's Table,
Casa Ruby, Casey Trees, Woodley House, SMYAL, and Lost Dog Rescue among many others.
Rogue Darts plays each
Thursday night during the winter and summer seasons, while Tuesday Night Fights plays each Tuesday night during spring and fall.
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Rogue Darts was originally founded as an independent league known as Stonewall Darts in 2012. Following, we became one of the four founding sports leagues
of Stonewall Sports.
The league began play at Mova Lounge with 12 teams and 72 players in its first season, growing to
144 players by Season 3. As demand to join grew, we moved the league to a larger space at Diego Restaurant and Bar for Season 4, and
expanded the league to 32 teams and 192 players. With the help of our players, our host venue, and sponsors, we raised $13,000 for local
charities that season, and established a Stonewall Sports record of $68 raised per player! Our 5th and 6th seasons were held at an even
larger space, Cobalt, and expanded on that success to a roster of 40 teams and 240 players --donating nearly $23,000 to charity in Season 6!
In September 2015 we launched our first off-season league, Tuesday Night Flights, at Nellies Sports Bar for those players that wanted to continue
their love of playing the game throughout the year. Our registration for Cobalt Season 7 saw us increase
the league to 48 teams and 288 players, followed by a record breaking 56 teams and 338 members for Season 9!
In Summer 2017 (10th season) we became an independent league again, and Stonewall Darts was rebranded as Rogue Darts. Rogue Darts and Tuesday Night Flights
became the founding leagues of Rogue League Sports, Inc., an all-volunteer nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, and was soon followed by sister league Rogue Cornhole.
Player Skill Level
Rogue Darts is open to players of all skill levels. Many of our players have quickly grown from novices, unfamiliar with the game
of darts, to competitive sharks in a few short seasons. Past champions include:
Rogue Darts S4-W19: TBD
S3-S18: Prick Tease
S2-W18: The Flight's Watch
S1-S17: The Flight's Watch
Stonewall Darts S9-W17: Dartbreakers
S8-S16: Prick Tease
S7-W16: Down & Darty
S6-S15: The Empire Darts Back
S5-W15: Prick Tease
S4-S14: Can't Even Throw Straight
S3-W14: Darty Martinis
S2-S13: Red Six, Stay On Target
S1-W13: Can't Even Throw Straight
Tuesday Night Flights S7-F18: The Last Bullseye
S6-S18: The Last Bullseye
S5-F17: The Dart Knights
S4-S17: Agador Dartacus
S3-F16: Agador Dartacus
S2-S16: Agador Dartacus
S1-F15: Down & Darty - Part Deux
Stonewall Sports National Tournament S16: Money Shot
S15: The Flight's Watch
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