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 2016 and look forward to bigger things to come in 2017. January brought the ADO Natinal Cricket Championships and the Las Vegas Open and the K-Girls continued to post some strong results at these important events. Sandy Hudson was on hand to try and defend her 2016 National Championship and topped Marlise Kiel to win her second straight title. The K-Girls finished 1-2-3-4 in the Nationals and have won 5 straight Cricket Championships, 4 of which were All K-Girls Finals.
Paula Murphy is coming off one of the best seasons ever in 2016 and wasted no time getting things rolling in 2017. She won both Singles Titles in the Las Vegas Open for a staggering 3rd straight year. This tournament represents the toughest room in American Ladies darts year in and year out and attracts international competition from all across the globe. Sandy Hudson, Marlise Kiel, Kay Hoover and Stacey Pace also picked up Doubles wins in this tournament.
The K-Girls swept all 5 Singles Titles in Sacramento, CA where Stacey Pace won both 501 and Cricket at the Camilla Classic and in Huntsville, AL where Sandy Hudson and Paula Murphy met in all 3 Singles Finals at the Shoot for the Moon tournament. Paula won 501 and Cricket while Sandy claimed the 301 Pro Shoot.
Paula Murphy captured the Virginia Beach Cricket Pro-Shoot for the 3rd straight year and she claimed a Cricket Singles Title in Charlotte while Stacey Pace won the 501 Title there. Stacey also announced her new "Raven" flights from Accurate Darts.
In Cleveland at the ADO Masters National, Sandy Hudson punched her ticket for the 2017 Winmau World Championships to be held in Bridlington, England later this year. It will be her 7th trip to the prestigious event. Sandy also picked up the 301 Pro Shoot Title at the Cleveland Extravaganza and Paula won the Cricket Singles Title.
Several ladies showed up for the Cherry Bomb International in Deerfield Beach, FL in June where Sandy Hudson captured 2 Singles Titles and Paula Murphy won 1 in a K-Girls Sweep.
Sandy Haas captured the 501 Singles Crown in Nashville, TN at the Music City Classic and Paula Murphy won 3 Titles in Nashville and Stamford, CT. Marlise reached the Finals of the ADO 501 National Championship in Stamford, where Paula and Bette Cunningham both earned Top 4.
The Winmau World Masters were held in Bridlington England with Sandy Hudson on hand and Paula Murphy traveled to Kobe, Japan for the WDF World Cup. Both represented our country well. Both were on hand in Denver for the Colorado Open and both found success. Sandy earned a spot on the 2018 America's Cup team and Paula won MVP after winning several events. Sandy also won the first ever Winmau 501 National Championship over Candi Ellis in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Paula Murphy capped off a spectacular season sweeping 501 and Cricket Singles at her last two tournaments and won the ADO National Points Championship.
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