Kirsten McCandless was on hand trying to defend her Mixed Triples title from last year but came up just short, finishing in 2nd place. In Singles she keep meeting other K-girls but ended up Top 4 in both events. She beat Bette in Cricket and lost to Pam Briggs in 501. Pam would finish 2nd in 501 Singles and Women's Doubles. She was also Top 8 in Mixed Doubles.
Morgan McCormack was at the Louisiana Classic and finished Top 4 in Cricket Singles and Mixed Triples. She also earned top 8 finishes in both Ladies Doubles events.
Sandy Haas was at The Battle for Stones River tournament in Tennessee sporting her new " fireball " dart shirts. She was 2nd in Ladies Doubles Cricket and Top 4 in Singles 501 and Doubles 501.
Paula Murphy was tuning up for her trip to England playing in the Florida State Championships. She her NFDA teammates finished 2nd in Orlando, FL.
Sandy Hudson was also tuning up for England and the Winmau World Masters. She and Candra Archbold were in Greenville, SC playing in America's longest running Ladies Challenge Cup series. The interstate Cup between North and South Carolina is celebrating it's 33 year. Sandy, Candra and their teammates won convincingly over the Piedmont, NC ladies and thus defended the NC/SC Cup for the 9th straight time.
Valerie Goad was back home on family business but still received some very nice news indeed. She is among the 2014 inductees for the National Darts Hall of Fame. Quite an honor indeed as she becomes the first Kryptonite Girl to join it's ranks.
Title Reference : Bob Seger - Still the Same