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|T W||T L||T Win%||High||H Opp||High %||H Tix||Player||Division||S W||S L||S Win%||180||8M||7M||Hat||H In||H Out|
List of Recognition Awards given out by the Boise Dart League
(can be in the form of pins, plaques or cash)
Playoffs The top teams in the playoffs are given awards (see season schedule for number of playoff divisions and numbers of teams in each division).
Highlight Draw Award for every 100 points scored in highlights (scores of 95 or higher in any '01 game) during the regular season, tickets will be entered into the drawing for that player, and monies will be put into the pot. At the end of each season there will be multiple winners drawn depending on the size of the total pot (can only win once).
Individual Pin Awards are given out for the following achievements: Ton 80, Quick Out (301 games completed in 12 or fewer darts), Marksmanship (A score of 171-177; 3 In A Bed (three darts in the same triple 14-19); Hat Trick (three darts in the bulls eye); 7, 8, or 9 Marks in Cricket). The Marksmanship pin can only be earned once per person per season, The Ton 80 and Quick Out pins will be awarded for each occurrence.
In order to win an individual award a player must be a paid member of a team and have played the minimum number of matches as described on the Format page. For divisional awards an "A" Division Player is a player with a singles winning percentage of 47.50 (10 rank) or higher and a "B" Division Player is a player with a singles winning percentage of 47.49 (9 rank) or lower. B division players must be first-time players or must have been a B division player in the previous season played.
Highlights Champion Award for A and B division is won by the player with the highest highlight percentage thrown during the regular season.
League Singles Champion Award for A and B division is won by the player with the highest singles winning percentage thrown during the regular season. Note: Singles wins vs. a 'Dummy player' are not counted in this winning percentage.
High Out Award for A and B division is won by the player with the highest point total thrown in their “OUT” round during the regular season. Can be scored in any 01 game, and must be listed on the score sheet as a High Out.
High In Award for A and B division is for the player with the highest point total thrown in their “IN” round during the regular season. Can only be scored in a 301 Singles games where a double was the first scoring dart, and must be listed on the score sheet as a High In.
301 Singles Championship Tournament. All paid league members who are playoff-eligible (see Format page) are eligible to play in the singles championship tournament. The payout structure is based on a 40% - 30% - 20% - 10% The entry fee is $5 per person and the league will add money based on the number of eligible players in each division.
Mystery Out Award requires additional entry fee for the teams choosing to participate. If paid at the beginning of the season the fee is $3 per team per week, if paid nightly the fee is $6 per team. All participants can write their team name next to the number matching their point total thrown in the “OUT” round of any 01 game, only if no one else has already taken the number for the week. There are three “Bonus Number” slots available on the out sheet. If the last dart thrown in the “OUT” round is the “Bonus Number” for the week then the player can write their team name down for both the point total and one of the bonus number slots. If a player’s “OUT” point total exceeds 100 then they are allowed to write their team name next to any two open numbers on the sheet. One number is drawn each week. The payout structure is any out above 40 is awarded 80% of the pot (up to $200), any out 40 or below is awarded 40% of the pot (up to $100). Once per season a player whose team has entered the pot for the week can win the entire pot, up to $70, if they can hit a 170 “ON” in their first throw of a 301 Singles game or if they hit a 170 “OUT” in any 01 game.
Sharpshooter Award requires a one time $5 entry for each player that chooses to participate. The award can be won by a player throwing a Ton 80 or a Three-In-A-Bed (three triples in the same number between 14 and 19) during a 01 game, or a player throwing 9 scoring marks in a game of cricket. The payout structure is 50%ish of the pot to the first player to win, and then two 25%ish payouts to the second and third players to win. A Player can only win once per entry. After three individuals have won, the players may choose to do another $5 entry.