With only three rounds of the Super Singles competition remaining Young Darts Association players are beginning to switch their focus towards the finals.
Super Singles finals will be played on Thursday the April 6.
An explanation of the layout and game play is described below for fans and players.
Super Singles finals will be played on Thursday the April 6.John Laybutt
A and B Grade
In both A and B-grades the top four finishers on the ladder will get a double life.
Player One v's Player Four and Player Two v's Player Three.
The winner of these matches move directly into the semi final with the losers getting a second chance to take out the championship.
Player Five v's Player Eight and Player Six v's Player Seven.
The person that loses these matches is out. The winner of these matches plays the losers of Player One v Player Four and Player Two v Player Three. The winner of these matches will progress to the semifinals.
In C-grade the top two players on the ladder will move directly to the semifinal with the remaining four players taking on each other as they play a straight knockout.
Player One and Player Two enter the semifinal.
Player Three v's Player Six - loser is out.
Player Four v's Player Five - loser is out.
Winner of Player Four v Player Five will play Player One in the semifinal.
Winner of Player three v Player Six will play Player Two in the semifinal.
In B & C-grade, if two or more players are tied on the ladder their positions will be determined by the amount of Hundreds thrown during the competition. If there is still a tie, a count back will occur on Wins v's Losses.
In A-grade, if two or more players are tied on the ladder, their positions will be determined by their average.
FINALS - Structure of Play / Legs per Match
C-grade, all matches will be the best of 5 - 501.
B-grade, matches before the semifinal stage will be best of 3 - 501. The semifinals will be the best of 5 - 501 and the grand final will be the best of 7 - 501.
A-grade, matches before the semifinal stage will be the best of 5 - 501. Semifinals will be the best of 7 - 501 and the grand final will be the best of 9 - 501.
The number of legs per match in the finals is subject to change depending on the time available.
B-grade Score Sheet
The score sheet for the last three rounds in B-grade will change. Averages will now be recorded similar to how they are in A-grade.
On the score sheet players simply record the score remaining and the number of darts used. An explanation and examples will be given before play commences this week.