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 2014 season and started the new season with a bang at the ADO Cricket National Championship and Las Vegas Open.
Morgan McCormack topped Sandy Hudson 3-2 in an all K-Girls Final to become the youngest player ever to win an adult National Championship. It was the 3rd straight year one of the K-Girls players has won the title. Paula Murphy swept both Singles Titles in the desert as well.
Sandy and Marlise Kiel won BDO ranked 501 Singles Titles in the Winter to qualify for the Winmau World Masters in England joining Morgan and Paula.
The Winter season came to a close in Va. Beach where Paula Murphy picked up 2 Singles Titles including the Cricket Pro Shoot, America's richest Ladies event. Three other K-Girls picked up Titles there as well.
At the Charlotte Open the girls swept the Ladies Event with Paula Murphy again leading the way. In Cleveland, Paula and Sandy Hudson won Singles titles and Sandy and Marlise Kiel punched their ticket for the Winmau World Masters at the ADO National Masters Playoff.
As Spring became Summer the events slowed as they do every year, in August, ten Kryptonite Girls earned a spot in the ADO National 501 Championship where Marlise KIel finished as National Runner-Up, she also captured the BDO/WDF Sanctioned 501 title at the USA Dart Classic in Stamford, CT.
Sandy Hudson swept Singles and Doubles in September at the Washington Area Open and represented America in the Winmau World Masters in England. Paula Murphy and Bette Cunningham went to Turkey to represent team USA at the 2015 WDF World Cup and Marlise Kiel won the 501 title and "MVP" at the Colorado Open.
Sandy Haas and Sandy Hudson earned spots on the 2016 American team for the 2016 WDF America's Cup in Barbados and Sandy Hudson won the 501 title at the hugely popular Ghost on the Coast tournament in Myrtle Beach, SC.
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