The Kryptonite Girls
The Kryptonite Girls are a diverse and talented group of American ladies that compete in the sport of darts. The traditional English steel tip game thrives internationally but has been devalued and unappreciated here in America.
The girls strive to be ambassadors for the sport and this site is designed to promote them as they promote the game that is their passion.
They both understand and accept the challenges facing women in a male dominated sport. As a group, the Kryptonite Girls aim to raise awareness of the ladies game and the sport in general and to act as a voice for better pay equality in women's dart events.
The Kryptonite Girls had another great season in 2015 sand started the new season with a bang at the ADO Cricket National Championship and Las Vegas Open.
Sandy Hudson won the ADO National Championship in Cricket, it was the 4th straight year one of the Kryptonite Girls has won the title. Paula Murphy swept both Singles Titles in the desert as well, it was the 2nd year she accomplished that feat at the Las Vegas Open. Both players earn invitations to the Winmau World Masters in England held in November.
The K-Girls family grew to 20 players with the addition Stacey Pace based out of Denver, CO and Jennifer Mounts of Tacoma, WA. Stacey debuted as a K-Girl in dominating fashion winning 4 events including both Singles Titles for the 2nd straight year at the Camilla Classic in California.
Paula Murphy dominated in Virginia Beach winning both ADO Singles and the Cricket Pro Shoot, she also won a Singles Title in Charlotte as did Sandy Hudson. Sandy also won the ADO Masters National for the 3rd straight year punching her trip for England later this year. Shannon Vitale finished as first alternate for the event and Corrine Stockton is 2nd alternate.
We post updates and blog regularly so please come back soon to get the latest information on the Kryptonite Girls.
- K-Girls World Tour
- K-Girls Monthly Blog
Meet the K-Girls
- Celebrity Escorts
- Singles Titles