The NAPDA Executive are Committed to give all dart players in North America a chance to show their talent.

NAPDA Executive, Board and Player Reps

Home Office: 2 Queen St., Langton, Ontario N0E 1G0 Canada

NAPDA Executive


President & CEO
Robert Sinnaeve
Bob has been competeing in the sport of darts since 1973. He is a 5 Time Canadian National Champion and was ranked #4 in the World in 1987. His experience on the World Stage is evident, playing in Britain, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA. Bob also began the Tri County League in his area 25 years ago. Bob retired and stop competing at the higher level in 1992. However in 2009 his love for the sport once again lured him back to competition and is again one of the top ranked players in North America. Bob is and will always be well respected among the darting community.
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Vice-President, Webmaster & Membership
David Holmes
Dave has been around the darts scene for about 35 years. He helped found and was President & Executive member of MTADL (Metropolitan Toronto Area Dart League ) for many years. Dave was also President of Ontario Darts Association (now Darts Ontario) and was a key figure in creating the Regional Zone Shoots. Dave is a graphic artist and will be responsible for NAPDA website and Membership and is always open to comments and suggestions.
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Treasurer & CFO
John McClellan C.A.
John was an active dart player from 1977 until 2006, when an injury to his shoulder forced him into spectatorship. The formation of the NAPDA has given him the exciting opportunity to actively re-enter the world of darts. He previously served as National Financial Director of the NDFC for several years. John is a Chartered Accountant and has operated as a sole practitioner since 1977. John is also the President and Chief Financial Officer of Global Commerce and Technology Corp. He is also the Pres and CFO of Global Business Stategies Corp.
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Publicity Director
Jay Tomlinson
Jay became involved in darts in 1977 as a player and became involved in both the promotional and governing sense of the sport of darts in North America. He served as President of the Central Ohio Darters for several years and then as Regional Director, Area Manager, Vice President and lastly as President of the American Darts Organization (ADO) completing his term at the end of 1988. He co-founded Bull’s-Eye Marketing, Inc. and started Bull’s-Eye News in 1982, founded and ran the half millions dollar Lucky Strike Dart Series from 1983 through 1990 with partner Gary Jones, and is now the North American PDC Coordinator.
As Publisher of Bull’s-Eye News  Jay is a key promotional force for the sport of darts in North America. Clive Eynon joined Jay in 2005 as partner in Bull’s-Eye Marketing, Inc. (BMI) which launched the PDC North American Pro Tour (NAPT) in 2011 and the PDC North American Order of Merit (NAOoM).
Jay looks forward to his work with the North America Professional Darts Alliance to advance the Professional game in North America and to bring the Players Association under the direction of NAPDA as the association grows.
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Tournament Director
Clive Eynon
From 1990 to 1999 Clive has lived and played darts in Hamilton Ontario and became President of the Steel City Darts League for a men's & mixed league, he then joined Darts Ontario and later became the Provincial Director for Ontario.
In 1999 his family moved to Simcoe Ontario and he could not travel to many tournaments. Canadian Dart Productions was then formed in which Clive ran an extended singles long format series of tournaments. He also coordinated and managed an exhibition tour featuring Eric Bristow, Scott Cummings, Cliff Lazarenko and Bob Anderson.
In 2005 he joined the staff at Bulls Eye News and later in 2007 Jay Tomlinson and Clive became partners in Bull's Eye Marketing. Since then they have produced many different Dart Tours including their successful Halex Series and  PDC PRO Tour Events.
He is looking forward to working with NAPDA as their Tournament Director. Also he tries keeping up with his family business, 3 kids and ever tolerant & supportive wife Karen.

Contact Clive


USA West Central Regional Rep.
Pat Carrigan

Pat was born in Rockford, Illinois. At the age of 2 his parents moved to Las Vegas to run the family business his grandfather started. He began his dart playing days in 1993 while playing with the Circus Circus carpenters while on their Union breaks. He joined a team in 1994. Many years later, Pat won the 2003 ADA singles title.
When the PDC came to Las Vegas Pat became acquainted with PDC management, Dick Allix in particular, and thus began his run with them. He produced all the signage and trophies for every Desert Classic in Las Vegas, US Open and World Series of Darts in CT and currently the signage and awards for the Pro Tour. Pat has help run the NADC Tour in the US and Canada.
Pat’s wife Rose is a former county player from Coventry, and his son David has been seen running around playing the dart circuit for the past few years and partnering with Stacy Bromberg in the operation of the DartsLive machines and leagues in Nevada. His daughter Jessica is an avid dart fan with her favorites being Gary Anderson and James Wade.
Pat is looking forward to getting more involved in the growth of NAPDA and darts in North America.
Contact Pat

USA Eastern Regional Rep.
Anthony Eugenia
Anthony Eugenia was born and raised in the borough of Queens, New York. He threw his first dart at age 8 and is a 'child of the darts BOOM' in the 70's, he owes the love of the game to his parents. This fall marks the start of his 25th year of competitve league play.
In 2010, he helped introduce the PDSL (Pro Develeopmental Singles League) to the players of NYC and currently serves as the NY/NJ area representitive. Anthony also co-founded the NYC Premier League.
In 2011, He founded and launched DPNY (Dart Players New York) and the DPNY Players Championship Tour. A Pro-Style Players Tour, designed to be a bridge for aspiring players from the amateur game to to the pro game. Anthony joined the staff at the PDC North American Pro Tour Events as a floor official and was the tournament director and assisted in planning the New World Dart Series in 2012.
Anthony is happily married for to his wonderful wife Amanda and are blessed with their amazing daughter Carrie
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USA Western Regional Rep.
Director of Media and Marketing,
L. David Irete

David is the current President of the SCDA. While celebrating 40 years in the Television, Film and Stage industry, these days you can find him producing the "Darts Around the World" Podcast series, working as Associate Director on the US television programs Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy,
Throughout the decades Irete has had his cameras trained on dart players all over the globe producing videos like the NAODT series, The Royal Hawaiian International dart tournament series and many others.
The modern age of TV coverage has the sport of darts at the doorsteps of success in North America. Live streaming as many dart events as possible is one of Irete's goals. Teaching the Members of NAPDA how to do just that is his dream, and is passionate about making that dream come true.
When not traveling the world for work he is enjoying life with wife, Allison, and his two daughters
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USA North Central Regional Rep.
Peter Citera
Peter is from Chicago Illinois and is excited about the possibilities NAPDA brings to true professional darts in North America. Peter has ties to the PDC dating back to 2000 as a member of the Board of Directors for Windy City Darters, and he has served on that Board through this year. Peter has been tournament director for many national tournaments and has assisted at many others. Peter joined the PDC NA officiating team upon its inception in 2009 as a floor director/caller and assists Bull's Eye Marketing running brackets at tournaments whenever needed. In addition to running a long-format 501 singles league that operates in Illinois and Michigan, Peter serves on the staff of the New World Dart Series.
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Canadian Western Regional Rep.
Wayne Smith
Wayne has been playing darts competitively on and off since 1983. Wayne made the BC Dart Team as a playing team member and as a spare, he is still playing in many tournaments across North America. He has also played for the BC teams in Tennis, Table Tennis and Curling all using a ranking system Wayne believes the one thing that is common with all endeavors is that there must be a structure for the professional achievers.
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NAPDA Dart Player Association Reps

  Player Rep North America April 1st. 2014 to March 31st. 2018
Robin Curry
Robin has been playing competitive darts for approximately 23 yrs. Almost every weekend you will find her at the oche. Robin started playing darts when she moved to Peterborough Ontario where her brother was an avid player and introduced her to the game. Before she knew it she was playing in her first tournament and having some success Robin has never looked back.
Robin has represented her Province of Ontario for 16 years being Provincial Champion 5 times and runner-up 4 times, has played on the Canadian Team twice, once in 2005 at The World Cup in Perth Australia and once in America's Cup 2012 in Belize CA.  Robin also made several appearances at The Winmau World Masters and The British Open in Bridlington UK.  
  Robin currently resides in Syracuse NY and is fully involved in organizing and promoting of the sport of Darts she loves so much.
Robin is a fine example of talent plus sportsmanship, we welcome her as a NAPDA player representative for dart players in North America.
Contact Robin
  Player Rep North America April 1st. 2016 to March 31st. 2018
Peter Tilley
Peter was born and raised in England and first started playing darts in the late 1950's
before emigrating to the United States in 1969.
He joined the Wolverine Dart Association in 1970 and served on the board for a number
of years. Moving to Tennessee in 1995, he joined the local dart league and again served
on the board for a number of years. Peter started one of the first long format 501 leagues
in the United States which is still running to this day. He also started a Take -a- Trip
dart program, which again is still operating, and will be sending 12 players with all
expenses fully paid to the Las Vegas Open in Jan, 2017.
Peter has been married to his wife Marie for 51 years and has 2 daughters and 7 Grandchildren and has been retired for the past 14 years. Peter still travels every year to numerous dart tournaments to meet up with old friends and renew friendships made over many years.
Contact Peter