The Kryptonite Girls kicked off their 2K16 season in spectacular fashion with stops in North Carolina, Massachusetts, Florida and of course Las Vegas. Paula Murphy was able to claim both Ladies Singles and Doubles titles at the Las Vegas Open while Sandy Hudson captured the ADO National Cricket Championship, the fourth consecutive year that a Kryptonite Girl has claimed the title. Sandy's and Paula's victories also earn them invitations to the 2016 Winmau World Masters to be held in London, England later this year.
Other January events included the "First Chance/Super Shoot" in Florida where Paula Murphy defended her Super Shoot title and finished Top 4 in 501 Singles, 2nd in Doubles 501 and 1st in Mixed Doubles. Bette took 1st place in 501 Singles at the "Hangover Open" in Massachusetts and Lora Josey was in Richmond, Virginia for the "Chillin at the Well" tournament. She finished Top 4 in Singles Cricket and had three Top 8 finishes in Mixed Doubles Cricket, 501 Doubles and Cricket Doubles. Sandy Hudson and Candra Archbold helped Greenville to an 18-6 victory over the Asheville, NC ladies team in the country's oldest challenge cup, the NC/SC Ladies Challenge Cup. Candi Ellis was busy working at the "Yoda Jedi Masters" tournament. Not everyone was chasing dart dreams this month, some just went to the tropics on vacation, it's a tough job but someone has to do it. Valerie Goad and Morgan McCormack were there to answer the call, way to take one for the team ladies.