Week 10 League Results & Updated Tables!

Division One
Charlies Tavern 7-3 Varyl Begg
I.P.A Bolanos 5-5 Mons Calpe ‘A’
R&J College 7-3 Lincoln Red Imps
Sports Injury Clinic Customs 7-2 St.Theresa’s

Division One Updated League Table


Division Two 
Calpe Howlers 2-8 R.A.O.B
Glacis 6-4 Trafalgar Sports Bar
Mons Calpe ‘B’ 6-4 Quarterdeck

Division Two Updated League Table


Week 9 League Results & Updated Tables!

Division One
Charlies Tavern 0-10 Sports Injury Clinic Customs
Mons Calpe ‘A’ 3-7 Lincoln Red Imps
St.Theresa’s 6-4 I.P.A Bolanos
Varyl Begg 4-6 R&J College

Division One League Table Updated (25-11-16)

Division Two
Calpe Howlers 1-9 Quarterdeck
R.A.O.B 1-9 Glacis
Trafalgar Sports Bar 4-6 Mons Calpe ‘B’

Division Two League Table Updated (25-11-16)

Craig Galliano is ready for his Winmau World Masters Debut!

A Gibraltar squad comprising of Dyson Parody, Dylan Duo, George Federico, Alex Nunez, Justin Broton, Takashi Shimidzu & Craig Galliano will be heading off to the 43rd Winmau World Masters this coming week. The event, which runs from the 2nd-4th December will take place at the Lakeside in Surrey and will be televised LIVE by Premier Sports UK.
Craig Galliano will play in the Youth Boys event with the rest of the squad taking part in the Mens Event. It will be Craig’s first time taking part in the World Masters and in a recent chat with him he told us how he is feeling about the forthcoming event.

“I am really excited to be taking part in such a big event. It will be my first time participating at the World Masters and I am looking forward to it.”

He added, “I qualified to take part in this event by winning the 2016 Youth National Champion event and I want to prove that I deserve my spot. I have been practising hard the last couple of months and I am ready to go, I will be happy if I get a couple of wins and get to the last stages of the Boys event, but who knows maybe I could go even further and reach the finals.”

“I will gain a lot of experience from this event regardless of the results. I hope to qualify again for the next couple of years and then hopefully move on and take part in the Men’s Event.”

Good luck to the Gibraltar Squad!


Craig Galliano gets off to a flying start! 

Semi-Finalists (Ethan Smith, Jerome Duarte, Craig Galliano, Justin Hewitt)

Semi-Finalists (Ethan Smith, Jerome Duarte, Craig Galliano, Justin Hewitt)

The first youth ranking named after one of the main GDA Youth Sponsors enjoyed a very successful turn out. The event saw Craig Galliano and Jerome Duarte battle it out for an early lead in the overall rankings. The top four, in the Rankings will determine the Gibraltar National Team selection for next year’s European Cup which will be held in Sweden.

This competition saw a healthy turnout accompanied by a good standard of play by the youngsters, proving the Academy is heading in the right direction with its development program.

This competition had four seeded players. With all managing to make it to the semi finals expect for Ethan Cleverly who had been knocked out by the upcoming Justin Hewitt who managed to cause an upset.

Craig Galliano managed to scrape past Jerome Duarte 4-3 in the deciding leg of the final. There was barely anything to separate both players in this event as they were both very evenly matched but it was Craig who held his nerve and came through with the win.

Last 16
Justin Hewitt BYE
Elton Edwards BYE
Jerome Duarte 2-0 Jospeh Ward
Kearon De Los Santos 2-0 Kaylan Franco
Ethan Cleverly 2-0 Jayc Alecio
Ethan Smith 2-0 Jospeh Borge
Sean Negrette 2-1 David Asquez
Craig Galliano 2-0 Leigh Dobinson

Jerome Daurte 3-0 Kearon De Los Santos
Justin Hewitt 3-2 Ethan Cleverly
Ethan Smith 3-1 Sean Negrette
Craig Galliano 3-0 Elton Edwards

Jerome Duarte 3-0 Justin Hewitt
Craig Galliano 3-1 Ethan Smith

Craig Galliano 4-3 Jerome Duarte

Commiserations to Jerome Duarte, Congratulations to Craig Galliano!

Dyson Parody Claims Win After Tense Final!

thumbnail_mv-dp-r2The GDA’s second Ranking Tournament of the season, the Masters Singles saw a record participation of 52 players.

A high standard was seen throughout the night, with some very close matches.

Of the four seeded players only the two finalists progressed beyond their respective boards. Seed Nº 3 George Federico fell at the first hurdle losing a very close 1st Round match to Roy Asquez 3-2. Seed Nº 4 Justin Broton progressed to his board final, losing 4-1 to Antony Lopez.

In the Semi-Finals Dyson proved too strong for Antony Lopez, winning 5-2 which included a 170 checkout. The other Semi was a closer match between Manolo Vilerio and veteran Angel Debono. Manolo eventually claimed a 5-4 victory but it was great to see Angel back there at the top.

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Mixed Doubles & Mixed Trebles 2016/17

doublesThe GDA wishes to thank everyone who turned up for this year’s edition of the Mixed Pairs & Trebles event. It’s the support of these individuals which is ensuring that the event is not lost forever, as the GDA continues its commitment to encourage ladies to take part.

The mixed pair’s final was contested between Maximina Broton & Justin Broton vs mother & son Kelly Chipol & Jerome Duarte. With youth player Jerome and his mother Kelly securing this event for the 1st time in their first attempt. They won the final match without reply 2-0.



The mixed Trebles final was played between Sarah Wood, Dyson Parody & David Francis vs Father, son and daughter, Manuel Vilerio Snr, Manuel Vilerio Jnr & Melanie Vilerio.

This final ended in a 2-0 win for Dyson, David & Sarah. David’s & Dyson’s scoring power secured a comfortable win for the trio.



R&J College win the Friendship Cup!

14720358_1248325731854647_2806069300013097_nThe “Friendship Cup” donated by Mr. Bill Gibson, the Leicestershire (UK) secretary was introduced in 1979. Mr Joe McCarthy, the Gibraltar Darts Association secretary at the time and Mr. John Trinidad travelled to Leicester to collect this brilliant cup. The first team to win this cup was a five-man team from St. Theresa’s Social Club.

This year’s Friendship Cup enjoyed a healthy turnout of 60 players (12 teams). R&J College secured the title with a win over second division Glacis in the final 3-0.

R&J College dominated throughout the event. They managed to only lose one game on their route to the final, in which they beat rivals Lincoln Red Imps 3-1 in the Semi Finals.

Glacis also did themselves proud, by becoming one of the few second division sides to make the final in the events history.

Events winners- Dylan Duo, George Federico, Angel Debono, Justin Stagno, Antony Lopez.

Commiserations to Glacis S.C Congratulations to R&J College!

Dylan Duo wins GDA Sponsor’s event!

14725579_1248320331855187_3849224922081783348_nA healthy 48 players took part in our recent main sponsor’s event, the “Kronenbourg 1664 Singles”.

Dylan Duo claimed his first ranking title of the season. He managed to take out some top opposition in beating, Shane Israel, 10x National Champion George Federico, Tony Dawkins and current National Champion Dyson Parody, to book his place in the final.

Runner-up Manuel Vilerio Snr, also booked his place in the final with wins over, Alex Nunez, Youth Champion Craig Galliano, Takahashi Shimidzu and Justin Stagno to face Dylan in the final.

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National Day Trophy 2016!


L to R: Dyson Parody, David Francis, Justin Broton, Jeremy Cruz (Pic by Alex Nuñez)

The 2016/17 Darts season kicked off recently with the ever popular National Day Trophy.

This is a singles knockout tournament that signals an end to the summer break and gets players in training for the new season.

A good turnout of 31 players ensured healthy competition. The tournament is played as best of 5 legs throughout. Dyson Parody, Justin Broton, Jeremy Cruz and David Francis won their respective board finals to book themselves a place in the semis.

In the first semi-final Dyson proved too strong for David claiming a 3-0 win.The other semi-final was a much closer affair with Jeremy getting the edge over Justin 3-2.

Both players threw some good darts in the final, but it was Dyson Parody who emerged victorious over Jeremy Cruz 3-1 in the final.

A total of 5 x 180’s were thrown during the evening; Justin Broton x 2; Jerome Duarte, Alex Nuñez, Dyson Parody x 1 each.

Highest finish went to Jerome Duarte with a 124 checkout, the only other 100+ finish being from Dyson Parody with a 121.

Report by Darren Olivero, Secretary, Gibraltar Darts Association

Week 8 League Results & Updated Tables!

Division One Results
I.P.A Bolanos 6-4 Charlies Tavern
Lincoln Red Imps 8-2 Varyl Begg
R&J College 8-2 Sports Injury Clinic Customs
St.Theresa’s 0-10 Mons Calpe ‘A’

First Division League Table Updated (18-11-16)


Division Two Results
Glacis 5-5 Quarterdeck
Mons Calpe ‘B’ 7-3 Calpe Howlers
R.A.O.B 2-8 Trafalgar Sports Bar

Second Division League Table Updated (18-11-16)