With special guest ‘The Asset’ Paul Nicholson, on Saturday December 7th at the Byker and Heaton union (Key) club, Newcastle upon Tyne NE61DX. Tickets only £15 incl meet & greet, on sale Friday February 1st at 10.00 am.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Although the final of this year’s Premier League Darts tournament is still about a week away, many already have their favourites. One of those favourites is Michael van Gerwen, which is unsurprising especially given his performances over the years. It doesn’t hurt that the 30-year-old Dutchman has held on to the title since 2016 either. Yet […]
Raymond van Barneveld will miss out on the World Cup of Darts for the first time after it was announced that Jermaine Wattimena will pair up with Michael van Gerwen in June, 'The Machine Gun' making his debut in the unique tournament.
Stephen Burton's success in Challenge Tour 8 saw him move to the top of the overall Order of Merit as Darren Beveridge, Cameron Menzies and Jesús Noguera also picked up titles in Wigan.
Michael van Gerwen extended his unbeaten streak on the European Tour to 16 games after a closely-fought battle against Brendan Dolan as the 2019 European Darts Grand Prix continued at the iconic Glaspalast in Sindelfingen.
Darius Labanauskas produced the only 100+ average of the opening day of the 2019 Austrian Darts Open in Premstätten, near Graz.
The German Darts Open delivered once more as Michael van Gerwen got revenge for his two previous defeats to Ian White in Saarbrücken and followed up three consecutive last-leg decider wins with an 8-3 win over 'Diamond' in the final.
Last year's German Darts Open champion, Max Hopp, was beaten by an inspired John Henderson on day two of the tournament in Saarbrücken, while Michael van Gerwen and Raymond van Barneveld both progressed to ensure they would meet in Sunday's third round.
Dave Chisnall, Michael van Gerwen and Joe Cullen all progressed in eye-catching fashion on a day of shocks at the German Darts Grand Prix at the Zenith Kulturhalle in Munich.
The British Darts Organisation have today announced some exciting news for its young players, which comes as something of surprise after the event was cancelled last week.
We are proud to announce the full line up for the inaugural #NewcastleMastersVII Event proudly sponsored by :- Civils & Lintels and Graphic International Official afterparty at Spot White. The pro’s :- ‘Voltage’ Rob Cross ‘The Gentle’ Mensur Suljovic ‘Superchin’ Daryl Gurney ‘Dream maker’ Dimitri van den Burgh The wildcards :- Dean Jones Carl Hamilton Cameron Anderson Simon […]
Rob Cross and Michael van Gerwen both won comfortably on Night 11 of the Unibet Premier League in Liverpool to move ever closer to sealing a top four spot while the battle for the other two places remains too tight to call.
The Professional Darts Corporation(PDC) have announced their 2019 World Series entrants. The PDC roadshow this year goes to Hamilton in New Zealand, Las Vegas in USA, Brisbane & Melbourne in Australia and Cologne in Germany. Notably there are no Middle East or Asia dates released as yet. The worlds top five are invited to all […]
Gerwyn Price missed match darts to beat Michael van Gerwen for the second time in less than two weeks as Rob Cross spoiled the Belfast party by beating German Darts Champion Daryl Gurney to go top of the Premier League after 10 rounds.
Nathan Aspinall carried on his fantastic recent run of form at the German Darts Championship in Hildesheim, averaging 104.5 and only missing one dart at double in his 6-1 win over Mike Holz, while Dimitri Van den Bergh reeled off four straight legs to knock out Steve Beaton 6-4.
Raymond van Barneveld's final Premier League season will end tomorrow night following a thrashing by Daryl Gurney in Rotterdam, which sealed his fate of elimination before Judgement Night.
Michael van Gerwen won his 29th European Tour title in style at the European Darts Open, hitting a sublime nine-dart leg in his semi-final with Mensur Suljović before seeing off Rob Cross 8-6 in a pulsating final.
Last year, whilst BDO number three, Jamie Hughes decided to seek pastures new and made the switch to the PDC, despite the implications at that time meaning he couldn’t then compete at Lakeside the following year, he didn’t succeed which meant he was to compete on the Challenge Tour. This year, he went back and […]
Steve Beaton defeated Raymond van Barneveld 6-4 in the main event of day one of the 2019 European Tour while Glen Durrant saw off a tough test from Michael Rosenauer by the same scoreline.
Sometimes things can get put into serious perspective and this story is one that is bigger than darts and bigger than sport as a whole, but a timely reminder of the power we have as a community to come together to do something great. On May the 11th this year Daniel Booth will be hosting […]
Raymond van Barneveld's return to the European Tour will see him face Steve Beaton in Leverkusen, with the winner going on to play Rob Cross as the draw for the 2019 European Darts Open was confirmed, followed by the final qualifiers.
Adrian Lewis denied Raymond van Barneveld a much-needed £10,000 in ranking money as ‘Jackpot’ put an end to a string of defeats in finals and won his first PDC title in almost two years in Wigan.
Seven players, including Stephen Bunting, Kyle Anderson and Jamie Hughes, won through both of Friday afternoon's European Tour UK Qualifiers at the Robin Park Tennis Centre in Wigan to seal their places at the events in Munich and Saarbrücken.
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.
Pero Ljubic will make his European Tour debut at the European Darts Grand Prix in Sindelfingen, while Boris Koltsov is set to add to his growing experience in Graz at the Austrian Darts Open following a pair of Eastern Europe qualifiers in Budapest.