Marcia Loche

Date: Thursday, July 27, 2006 1:47 AM


Name: Marcia Loche


Age : 51


Marital status: n/a


City : Jericho, N.J.


Occupation: Hairdresser


Tell us about the beginning of your interest in darts.        I started playing in a local bar by chance. A group of us were driving by a pub and stopped in. We noticed a few people playing darts. We were interested in learning and playing. We were around 18 years old. I have been playing since that day.


In which league(s) do you play?            I play in four different leagues. Cross County dart league, LIDA dart league, the other names I am not sure of. They switch around at different times of the seasons.


Which other family members play? My significant other plays. I have tried to get my Brother interested in it but that’s it.


How far from home do you play?  It could go as far as 10-15 miles. My main bar is 6 miles away.


How many days per week do you engage in darts? 3-4 days.  Sometimes all week if I have a tourney to go to.


What kind of darts do you use: weight! brand? Hammerheads fixed point at 28 grams.


What is the most annoying antic you see from other dart players? Stacey Bromberg’s antics. She has People that play to slow and people that drink way too much! It’s annoying having to deal with them!


Tell us about conflicts darts created in home or work life? Don’t have any. My Husband was always supportive of me traveling the world to play. I had my own business so I was able to construct a palatable schedule. It always worked out.


What goals in darts do you have?          I have made my goal playing on the US team in England. I have played the East-West. Just want to enjoy playing.


What has been your best moment in darts? Playing on stage in Vegas. It was really really exciting for me!


What’s your advice to a newbie dart player? Breath and take your time. Learn the game and be prepared! My Quote, In order to learn how to win, You must first learn how to lose!


What would make your league better and more fun?      More involvment. Our leagues are run very well. We always have a good time, win or lose.


What does the sport need to help it grow and improve its image?           Televised tournaments, Newspaper additions from the leagues and local tournys.


How far would you travel to see national championship playoffs?           Only if I was playing in it..So that is hard to answer.


Which game would interest you most in a national championship: ( )301, ( )501, (X)Cricket


Should a national championship be best of ( )3, (X)5, ( )7, ( ) 11

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