League Matches Reset Filters
|Home/Host||Sets||Sets Won||Legs Won||Host||Host Email||Start
Force Close Match
Are you sure want to force close this match? This can not be undone. If the host of the match plays any addition legs, they will not be included with this match.
Create Non-DC Match
- For best results, open up the League Portal in the Chrome browser, before selecting a report. Chrome will generate a CSV file that is accessible at the bottom of the browser window. Click on this tab to launch the sheet. Many programs can work with CSV file, including Microsoft Excel. You can now organize, suppress and sort the match data.
- Note: You must save the file as an Excel spreadsheet if you want to use features that the CSV file format does not support. Consider doing this before you begin editing the file.
Players List Reset FiltersUse the control panel on the left to add and manage Players Instructions
Player list comes from the most recent season. This is your player "pool". Manage playerparticipation with Mark players as active/inactive flag. "Unassigned" means they are active for the season. "Deleting" is permanent.
|DC ID||Leag ID||Division||Post Season||Team||C||Player Name||Player Email||Act||Member||Change Notice|
Teams List Reset FiltersUse the control panel on the left to add and manage Teams Instructions
|DC ID||League ID||Roster||Team||Captain||Division||PS||Post Season|
Team: Team Roster
Season is Underway
Divisions List Reset FiltersUse the control panel on the left to add and manage Divisions Instructions
|DC ID||Order||Rollup||Division||Group Leader||Teams||Regular Season||Post Start||Post Season|
Division: Edit Division
Division: Inter-Division Play
Division: Game Menu
Division: Match Format
Post Season Groups List Reset FiltersWhat are Post Season Groups?
|DC ID||Order||Post Season Group||Divisions||Active Teams||Total Teams||Post-Season Start|
Post Season Group Reset Filters
Post-Season Group: Edit Group
Post-Season Group: Divisions in Group
Post-Season Group: Game Menu
Post-Season Group: Match Format
Season Pass Holders Reset Filters
|Pass ID||DartConnect Member||Level||Purchased||DartConnect Member Email||Division||Team/Player|
|Season||Status||Contract Period||Free Trial Period||Pay Type||Players||Matches|
League Info[League Activity]
|League Name||Status||Contract Start||Contract Finish||Season Status||PS Date||PS Info||Players||Matches||Matches
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Click on each set up step in the Control Panel to ensure proper set up of your league. Run the Division Report at any point to check your progress.
Your previous season has been copied into the new season. This includes:
- Post Season Groups
- Game Menus
- Match Settings
You can begin updating any aspect of your new season immediately. We recommend running the League Directory as a reference for identifying players from the prior season.
Check Player Email Tool:
Use this to validate you are using the same email a player associates with their DartConnect Membership. The player will NOT see your league in the scoring application if it does not match. Player’s have the option of adding multiple email addresses to their profile.
Know your DartConnect Vocabulary:
A MATCH is made up of SETS that contain LEGS of one or more GAME types. A leg consists of ROUNDS where each opponent has one TURN of up to 3 Darts.
The term GAME is used to describe the type of competition: 501, Cricket, etc.
Opponents are defined as the players competing during a given Set or Leg. If the player line up changes for either side, a new set begins. Opponents can be Singles, Doubles, Triples, Quads or Teams (5 or more players per side).
In Team Play (where there are 5 or more players per side) proceed with the leg without selecting any players. The header will read: Team A vs. Team B.
Season Master Dates
Master Dates Instructions
Use master dates to edit dates for the entire league. Use the divisions tab to manage divisions with dates that are different or change. Effective dates must correspond with the DartConnect Agreement dates.
Match data played in the Regular Season is considered live and is reported to the league portal, team
and member sites. Teams and players must have the appropriate memberships to utilize DartConnect.
Administrators can continue to adjust Teams and players up until the Post Season for that Division begins.
Match data recorded in the Post Season is assigned to Post Season Reporting. All teams associated with the Post Season Group are eligible for Post Season Play. League officials can manage this list utilizing the Post Season tab.
League Activity Report Day
During the season, you will receive an email with an audit report on this day each week. This day also acts as the start of your "league week" when you run audit reports.
Confirm UpdateNote: You can override these master season start dates in each division and post season group as required.
Required Field: Post-Season GroupsBack
Each division must be assigned a post-season group/bracket/division. If you have not set up your post-season groups yet, you must do this before creating divisions.What is a Post-Season Group?
During the regular season, teams are only allowed to play teams within their own division, UNLESS your league has selected the inter-division play option.
Once post-season play begins, teams often play other divisions at some point during the playoffs. By creating a post-season group, DartConnect can associate the appropriate divisions (and the corresponding teams) to be in the same post-season listing on each device.
The default will include ALL teams from the corresponding divisions. Once the regular season concludes, leagues have the option of eliminating teams that are ineligible or fail to advance.
To ensure you have this set up correctly, run the Portal Post Season report to confirm each division has been assigned to the correct post-season group.Example
During the regular season, a Division A1 team only plays other Division A1 teams.
However, in the post season, teams from A1 may only play each other initially, but after the division winner is determined, they play other "A" level teams (teams from A2, A3, A4, etc.) in pursuit of the "A Championship".
Therefore, a post-season group labeled "A" should be created. Then every "A" division (A1, A2, A3, etc.) should be assigned to this Post Season Group. Once post season begins, all "A" teams will be available to play each other.
Note: Like a division, the corresponding proper match format and game menu must be set up as well. This can be done as a secondary step, to expedite the league set up, but do not forget!