Long Shot Darts – Cricket Rules


Using steel tipped darts and a giant dart board, close out all of your numbers and have the higher score to win!


  1. Players take turns throwing three darts at the board, trying to hit 15 through 20 and the bullseye. All other numbers do not count.
  2. Each person must “close out” all of their numbers (15 through 20 and the bullseye), by sticking the number three times before the game can end.
  3. The inner ring counts as 3 sticks while the outer ring counts as 2 sticks.
  4. The bullseye outer ring counts as 1 stick while the center counts for 2.
  5. If a player closes out a number before the other does, that player can start racking up points every time they hit that number until the other player closes it out.
  6. Once both teams have closed out a number, it is no longer in play and neither team can score points on it.
  7. The team that closes out the board with greater or equal points wins.
  8. If your dart falls out of the board before the score is determined, the shot counts as a miss.