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Well jay in Whitney Point they call him cheater and its because when you think you have him down the next thing he gets up and hits a big on like 152 or he'll get up in cricket and hit 3 trips to get back in a game that wasn't close. He is 1 of the most pleasant people to play against too.

Henry  'Sarge' Bradley

I have met Jay and seen him throw, He is still a great shot and I can imagine how much better he was in the time he was into darts more than he is now. I'll tell you what the town of Whitney Point is well represented in the STDL,   I feel in the future Jay is just the start of the Whitney Point connection in the Hall


FFirst it was my honor to give the hall of fame plaque to Jay McIntyre. He has been a long time dart thrower, and spent most of that time if not all of it at the top level. Jay has always been a class act. Always ready to lend advise to anyone that asked for it. He truly loves the game as we all do. Jay is a great model of how you should act in winning or losing a game of darts. We also have another class act as a new member in the hall of fame, Mike The Ice Man Becker. Mike also shot in the upper leagues for years, And like Jay won the top division many times. These two guys have always been cool characters at the line, and at the bar after the match. welcome to hall of fame you both earned it....Tom B.


FFor years people have told me that my father and jay mac. where unbelievable. I'm glad to see that both of them are in the the hall of fame. they both deserve it, as for my father I still remember him giving me a dart to throw at that board that seemed way to high on that wall for me to even get it up there, I was 8. He taught me all the fundamentals of a smooth dart stroke and eventually I was beating him, once or twice. When I walk down to fathers basement and sitting there on the wall is 40 or so plaques or various accomplishments in the STDL I am still amazed, I have a lot to live up to in this game. I just want to say Congrats to my Father and all of the other Hall of Famers its well deserved.

Brock Sturdevant