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We have a thriving darts section and are always looking for new members!

The Club has great facilities and provides a perfect environment for league and social darts.

We currently have teams playing on three different days, with Ladies darts on a Monday, a Darts WA (DWA) affiliated competition on a Tuesday, and a non-DWA affiliated social darts competition on a Thursday.

For more information on the Tuesday and Thursday competitions, please contact:-

Chris Galvin
President Kalamunda Cougars Darts Club
Tel: 0435 658 070
Email: mrcbgalvin@hotmail.co.uk

For information on the Monday night ladies darts, please contact:

Jacqui Gleeson

Tel: 0409 292 501

Tuesday Nights

The Tuesday competition that we compete in is South Suburban Darts Association (www.ssda2000.com.au) , an affiliated association of DWA. The league is majority male, although females are also able to play.

This is the most serious darts we play, with many players who represent Kalamunda also competing in other DWA competitions, and representing SSDA in Metro and State championships.

In 2022, we entered 3 teams into this competition, with one team in each of the A Grade, A Reserve Grade, and C Grade. The SSDA season runs from March to September each year, usually for around 20 weeks.

Thursday Nights 

The Thursday nights teams compete in the Darling Range Darts Association (www.drdainc.org), which is a handicapped league that consists of a summer season (October to March) and a winter season (April to September) each year.

In winter 2022, the league consisted of three divisions, with Kalamunda having three teams in A Grade, one team in B Grade, one team in C Grade. With three grades and individual handicaps, the league can accommodate players of all standards, and we encourage enthusiastic players of all abilities (men or ladies) to join our ranks.

Currently Kalamunda are the largest club in DRDA, and have a long history of success across all the grades.

Tuesday and Thursday Teams usually consist of 6-8 players, with 6 players competing on any one night. With work and other social commitments, it is expected that all players will not be available every week, and we are often able to add players’ mid-season.

The catchment area for the two leagues is very similar, incorporating teams from across the Darling Scarp, stretching out to Armadale, Canning Vale and Kelmscott as well as Kalamunda. 

So, if you want join us, get in contact, or simply pop down on a darts night and say hello.