After months and months of speculation and confusion, the BDO World Trophy finally has a home for at least the next three years, and it’s 2019 edition has been confirmed too. Blackburn’s George’s Hall is the new venue for the tournament, and it has also been confirmed to take place this year from August 30 […]
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The world’s best disability darts players will have a chance to compete for a World Championship for the first time next year following a groundbreaking announcement by Winmau and the World Disability Darts Association (WDDA). Photo: Winmau.
Leighton Bennett and Tamara Kovacs took home the singles titles at the WDF Europe Youth Cup 2019 as the Netherlands and England were crowned overall champions. Photo: Tip Top Pics / Chris Sargeant.
The Egmond Masters, traditionally the final competition in the BDO before the World Championship, has been cancelled and removed from the calendar for 2019. Photo: World Darts Federation.
For the second consecutive BDO British double-header, young Beau Greaves was the star of the show in Selsey, winning all of the singles titles available to her over the course of the weekend. Photo: England Darts.
Home favourite Thomas Junghans almost did the double as the BDO made their annual pilgrimage to Zurich for the Swiss Open and Helvetia Open. Photo: Mastercaller.com
This year the Oregon Open was a BDO-ranked event for the first time and it was Patrick Kithi and Renee Ripol who came out on top in Lincoln City. Photo: American Darts Organisation.
Darren Herewini and Tina Osborne were the stars of the show as the British Darts Organisation made its second trip of the year to Christchurch, New Zealand for the Canterbury Open. Photo: Mastercaller.com
Gordon Mathers and Wendy Harper picked up the big prizes as the BDO-ranked Sunshine State Classic took place in Brisbane, Australia. Photo: Darts Australia
Toon Greebe and Deta Hedman were amongst the winners this weekend as the BDO made its annual pilgrimage to Police, Poland. Photo: Mastercaller.com
Brian Dawson took the headlines as the British Darts Organisation's annual pilgrimage to Germany saw the four ranking events produce four different winners.
It was a sensational weekend for England in Glenrothes this weekend, as they took home three of the top four prizes at the 40th British internationals, setting three new records in the process.
Scott Waites and Laura Turner won the 2019 Isle of Man Pokerstars Open competitions, with Richard Veenstra, Lisa Ashton, Lorraine Winstanley and Wesley Harms also picking up ranking titles during this year's festival.
Wesley Harms and Lisa Ashton won the 2019 BDO Scottish Open singles titles at the Normandy Cosmopolitan Hotel in Renfrew this weekend.
Mark Barilli, a former PDC Tour Card holder, will play in Minehead at the ‘FA Cup of Darts’ for the sixth time after defeating Dalbeattie’s Craig Smith 4-3 in an exciting final.
The British Darts Organisation (BDO) Chairman Des Jacklin says that Febuary is going to be ‘one of the most important months of the year’ for the organisation.
Glen Durrant secures his third consecutive Lakeside title, coming from behind to beat Scott Waites 7-3.
Glen Durrant's quest for a third successive title is still on after an impressive first round win, whilst three seeds fall on an entertaining day four at the 2019 BDO World Championships. Image Credit: Chris Sargeant/ProSportsImages
Jim Williams and Roger Janssen's five-setter is the highlight of an intriguing day three at the 2019 BDO World Championship at Lakeside.