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Big names progress on day 2 in Leverkusen

Michael van Gerwen and Rob Cross were some of the star performers as the 2019 European Tour season continued with day 2 of the European Darts Open in Leverkusen. Overall, it was a good day for the seeded players, as they came through 12 of the 16 Last 32 ties. The headliner of the day […]

Székely and Kciuk secure Euro Tour spots

On a weekend of surprising European Tour qualifications in both Slangerup and Budapest, the Hungarian capital saw two more players seal their debuts on the tour as Pál Székely and Krzysztof Kciuk both came through to book their places in Zwolle and Copenhagen respectively.

Injured Marriott unsuccessful at Q-School

New dartsplanet.tv sponsored player Jason Marriott was unsuccessful at UK Q-School this week, where his performances were significantly hampered by an elbow injury, although there could still be opportunities for ProTour appearances should ‘Super Mario’ impress on the PDC Challenge Tour.

Premier League fixtures announced

We will see a repeat of the World Darts Championship final on the opening night of the Premier League as the fixtures were announced for one of the PDC's showpiece events, which gets underway on February 7 in Newcastle to kick-off seventeen thrilling nights of action.

Suzuki shocks reigning women’s champion Ashton at Lakeside while McGeeney and Harms progress

The 42nd BDO World Darts Championships got underway at The Lakeside Country Club on Saturday with Glen Durrant and Lisa Ashton big favourites to become four-time and five-time winners of the event respectively. However, the game that many had been hyping up on day one didn't fail to disappoint as Ashton was put out by Japanese soft tip star Mikuru Suzuki, while Mark McGeeney and Wesley Harms both came through their first round men's games in Frimley Green.