Alfie Jacques came out on top of a strong field in the JDC's Super 16 Event 4 on Saturday, defeating Harry Gregory 5-4 in the final.
Ted Evetts and Luke Humphries won two titles each on the final weekend of Development Tour action for 2019 as the players heading to the World Championship and the players gaining two-year Tour Cards were confirmed.
Raymond van Barneveld averaged over 100 in a 6-4 win over Jermaine Wattimena to kick off his campaign at the World Series Finals in Amsterdam.
Robbie King will make his debut at the PDC World Championship in December after beating Steve Fitzpatrick 3-1 in the final of the Oceanic Masters.
Simon Stainton won his first two BDO ranking titles at the Northern Cyprus Open in Bafra this weekend, with Lisa Ashton and Beau Greaves taking the honours in the women's events.
Danny Lauby won the 2019 CDC Continental Cup in New York to seal a place in next year's US Darts Masters and North American Darts Championship.
Michael van Gerwen and Dave Chisnall will meet in the World Grand Prix final for the second time on Saturday night as they recorded comfortable semi-final victories over Chris Dobey and Glen Durrant respectively at the Citywest Hotel near Dublin.
Chris Dobey beat Gary Anderson 3-1 to progress to his third major quarter-final at the World Grand Prix in Ireland, as Michael van Gerwen hit top form in a comfortable win over Jeffrey de Zwaan.
One of the biggest events in the PDC calendar gets underway this weekend, the unique double-start World Grand Prix at the Citywest Hotel near Dublin.
Callan Rydz and Jesús Noguera have earned two-year PDC Tour Cards after their performances on the 2019 PDC Challenge Tour, which concluded this weekend.
After a thrilling year of European Tour action with eight different champions already and countless pulsating matches, the season comes to an end this weekend in Gibraltar.
Mensur Suljović won a thrilling final 8-7 for the second time in a few weeks to claim his first ever PDC title on English soil, and just his second Players Championship crown.
Brisbane Darts Master Damon Heta won two of the four DPA ProTour events in Melbourne this weekend to gain an almost unassailable lead over nearest challenger James Bailey in the race to the 2020 World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace.
After a year where he has struggled to find his best form, a series of brilliant performances helped Joe Cullen to his first ever European Tour title at the European Darts Matchplay in Mannheim.
Home hero Mensur Suljović won the first ever Austrian Darts Championship in Schwechat, Vienna with an 8-7 win over Michael van Gerwen in the final.
The JDC have renamed their World Championship trophy the Tommy Cox Trophy, after one of the founding members of the PDC and tournament director sadly passed away recently.
After a five-month hiatus, the PDC Nordic & Baltic tour returned this weekend with a busy schedule in Keflavík, Iceland.
Michael van Gerwen won his first title since the Premier League at the 2019 Melbourne Darts Masters, seeing off Daryl Gurney 8-3 in the final to claim a 12th World Series triumph.
This weekend saw the penultimate weekend of Challenge Tour action in 2019 at Aldersley Leisure Village in Wolverhampton, and it was not short of drama with seven different finalists across the four events and now just £1,500 separating the top 6 in the Order of Merit.
World Matchplay champion Rob Cross will start his defence of the Brisbane Darts Masters against James Bailey on Friday, as the second edition of the World Series of Darts event gets underway with a star-studded field.
Peter Wright lived up to his billing as one of the favourites to lift the Phil Taylor Trophy next Sunday as he averaged 102 in a 10-5 win over Vincent van der Voort, with Keegan Brown, Simon Whitlock and Jonny Clayton also progressing to the second round of the 2019 World Matchplay at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool.
Andy Jenkins hit a 9-darter and finally went all the way to a Challenge Tour title after several promising runs already this year, while Berry van Peer continued his recovery from dartitis with a third PDC title, defeating Cameron Menzies in the final, who he played in that dramatic game at the 2017 Grand Slam of Darts.
The draw for the 2019 World Matchplay at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool has been made, and as always we can look forward some mouth-watering ties when the tournament gets underway on 20 July.
Beau Greaves continued her scintillating run of form by whitewashing Fallon Sherrock in the final of the BDO Gold Cup Women's Singles in Rotherham. The 15-year old sensation has now won an incredible 11 titles in the last six weeks as he also took home the pairs title alongside Rachel Brooks.
Gerwyn Price hit a sublime nine-darter, the first of his career, to complete a fantastic comeback over three-time World Champion Glen Durrant at the Czech Darts Open and progress to the third round of the wide open tournament after eleven seeds were eliminated in their first match, including world number one and 32-time European Tour winner Michael van Gerwen.
Rowby-John Rodriguez will appear in his home country at the Austrian Darts Championship later this year as he completed a European Tour qualification double alongside Jermaine Wattimena.
Nine UK-based players completed a qualification double on a vital day of action at Robin Park in Wigan. 89 players were vying for 18 spots in the European Tour events in both Prague and Vienna; the former taking place next week and acting as the final event before the cut-off for World Matchplay places.
The Scottish duo of Gary Anderson and Peter Wright won the World Cup of Darts for the first time, defeating the brilliant Steve Lennon and Willie O’ Connor of Ireland 3-1 in the final.
New-look World Cup sides England and the Netherlands followed fellow favourites Scotland through to the last 16 on a high-quality second night of World Cup of Darts action in Hamburg.
We’re within touching distance the start of the latest version of the only pairs event on the PDC Calendar: the World Cup of Darts. Up to this point, the eight previous editions have been shared by England and the Netherlands, but this year perhaps sees the most open World Cup ever with a whole host of nations in with a great chance of winning the title.
Ian White ended Michael van Gerwen's five-year streak in the Dutch Darts Masters, beating him 8-7 in the final to win his second Euro Tour title in successive events and also end the Premier League champion's incredible 28-game winning streak in last leg deciders on the European circuit.
Michael van Gerwen beat Rob Cross 11-5 in the final of the 2019 Premier League Darts to become champion of the prestigious event for a fifth time, only one behind Phil Taylor.