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Super League Darts Set to Rock The Trusts Arena

Super League Darts Set to Rock The Trusts Arena

25 August, 2014

To accommodate demand, Super League Darts has had to change venues for the Auckland leg of the series with the tournament moving from the Genesis Lounge to the main arena. The tournament will now have capacity for up to 2,500 punters.

Ticket sales have exceeded demand in both Hamilton and Wellington as well, with only a handful of tickets left at each. Hospitality tables in Auckland sold out within 10 minutes initially, with more tables set to go on sale. Tickets for the Auckland tournament can be purchased through Ticket Direct.

Super League Darts is also pleased to announce the TAB as a partner for the series. The TAB will be opening a book on Super League Darts and have a bookie onsite to run live odds for each of the tournaments. Odds for the first tournament on the 6th of September will open closer to the time.

“Having the TAB on board adds another dimension to Super League Darts and fans can now have a punt on their favourite players. We’re expecting these tournaments to go off” Tournament promoter Mark Hudson.

The draw has been confirmed for the Wellington leg of the series, to be held at Shed 6 on Saturday September the 6th:

Quarter Final 1: Mike Day v Rob Szabo
Quarter Final 2: Greg Moss v Jonathan Silcock
Quarter Final 3: Craig Caldwell v Mark McGrath
Quarter Final 4: Cody Harris v Peter Hunt
Semi Final 1: Winner of QF1 v Winner of QF2
Semi Final 2: Winner of QF3 v Winner of QF4
Final: Winner of SF1 v Winner of SF2

About Super League Darts
Radio Hauraki and Radio Sport are proud to present New Zealand’s first professional darts tournaments, Super League Darts, at venues across New Zealand in September.
The tournaments will take place on the following dates:
•Shed 6, Wellington – Saturday September the 6th
•Clarence St Theatre, Hamilton – Friday September the 19th
•The Trusts Arena, Auckland – Saturday September the 20th
The three knockout tournaments will feature New Zealand’s best players including Rob “The Hurricane” Szabo, Craig “CC” Caldwell, Peter “Stumpy” Hunt, Greg “Mozzie” Moss and Jonathan “Jono” Silcock. The tournaments will be played under PDC rules, which is the 501 game format.

Super League Darts promises to be bigger and better than any darts tournament that New Zealand has ever seen. It’ll deliver all the action and atmosphere of professional darts with the theme songs, walk on girls, costumes and one hundred and eightys.
Table seating has sold out at both the Wellington and Hamilton venues with only a handful of general admission seats left. Tickets for the Auckland event start at $30 for a GA seat and $350 for a reserved table of 10, hospitality packages are also available. Visit the website for more information on ticketing.

More information can be found by visiting www.superleaguedarts.com and by contacting the tournament promoters 265 Events.

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