After a Players Championship double header, 48 players look forward to the seventh edition of the Gibraltar Darts Trophy.
This weekend saw events 13-16 of the Development Tour take place with Geert Nentjes, Shane McGuirk and Ted Evetts emerging victorious in Hildesheim, Germany.
The last four quarter-final spots were up for grabs on day five of the World Matchplay. With the dumping of the reigning champion and world number one the day before, this was the night for the new competition favourites to stake their claim for the Phil Taylor trophy.
The second day of the World Matchplay hosted eight tungsten tussles which saw the shocks and drama which have become commonplace at the Winter Gardens.
The final Players Championship before the World Matchplay saw many Winter Gardens fates sealed whilst James Wade picked up his fourth pro-tour title of the year.
Northern Ireland and Wales were eliminated on day one of the 2019 World Cup of Darts by minnows South Africa and Singapore. Hamburg hosted the World Cup of Darts for the first time since 2014 and its opening day did not disappoint for drama and darting distinction. A night which had many talking points from two huge shock exits to the return to form for both Gary Anderson and Peter Wright.