In a circular on Friday to the leagueâ€™s divisions one and two teams, Surtee laid down the rules ahead of the new season whose fixtures have since been released.
â€œAll teams/players are requested to be in full darts attire when participating in BDDL games and all competitions,â€ she wrote, noting that only those dressed in a pair of trousers, a golf-shirt and office shoes would be entertained.
She further said it was compulsory for teams to process with the league their playersâ€™ identity cards by April 28 2012.
â€œTeams/players that have no IDs will not be allowed to participate in any cup or league game. All teams are requested to send their contact details for reconfirmation,â€ said Surtee who plays for Blantyre Sports Club (BSC).
â€œIf there is transferring of players, captainâ€™s confirmation through a letter is compulsory and a player is only allowed to change two teams [in a season],â€ adds the circular.
Surtee, the only female in the BDDL executive, was ushered in office last week after defeating Chipiliro Mzanda at BSC.