WADAfiers

We are running a series of point based qualifiers for the Washington Area Open.  

Click for flyer (updated 6/17)   (Dates are in the homepage calendar)

They are 3 leg round robin events. The odd numbered events will be 501, and the even numbered events will be Cricket. There will be a total of 10 events and the cost is $40, which covers entry to all of the events. The bar is matching $5 per person per event. You do not have to play in all of them, come when you can. You get 5 points for each event you attend. 1st - 4th of each event will get additional points. At the end of the series we will take the total and based on points will qualify as many players as we can. All $ brought in by/for women will be used to qualify women. If there are at least 4 women at an event, there will be a separate women’s bracket. The full flyer is at the end of the weekly. Please note there have been a couple of adjustments @ 6/17.

Date                   Event          Time         Location

Sat. August 7 WAO Qualifier #8 2 pm Revolution (Springfield, VA)
Sun. August 15 WAO Qualifier #9 2 pm First Break (Sterling, VA)
Sat. August 28 WAO Qualifier #10 2 pm Revolution (Fairfax, VA)

Welcome Wanna Play?

If you're interested in shooting darts, having a good time, making new friends and you live and/or work in the D.C. Metropolitan area, check out the "FAQ - What do I need to know to play in WADA" , "About Us" and "Wanna Play?" Or please give WADA a call at (888) 353-3710 or email our Executive Director.

League nights are Mon thru Wed. Teams are comprised of 4 to 8 people, male and/or female, who want to shoot together. All matches start at 8pm and most are done by 11pm. We have A, B and C division teams so there's room for everyone at any level.


Sportsmanship

Please make sure that you are always playing with good sportsmanship.  Keep smoke breaks to a minimum and make sure you are not doing things that will delay the match.  We all love the game, and we all want to win.  Always make sure that you both win and lose with the same sportsmanship and respect that you would like to have other players show you.

Refer to Rules of Etiquette document (which is a part of the WADA Rules).