Jason Marriott recovered from a disappointing Q-School to make two last 32 appearances on the first of five weekends of Challenge Tour action on the 2019 PDC tour.
Darius Labanauskas produced the only 100+ average of the opening day of the 2019 Austrian Darts Open in Premstätten, near Graz.
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.
Michael van Gerwen will kick-off the defence of his World Championship title on the opening night after the schedule for the sport's premier event was confirmed.
The BDO’s newly-elected chairman Des Jacklin has confirmed that the organisation are set to remove restrictions on allowing PDC players participating in their tournaments. This means that from October any current PDC tour card holder or thrower that has participated in a Challenge Tour event or Qualifying School will be eligible to take part in […]
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.
PDC/PDPA Player Glen Durrant is yet to know if he is in the PDC Grand Slam by right of being the current BDO Champion, as he has yet to hear back from the BDO. Durrant sat down with Phil Barrs from Live Darts whilst at last weeks Euro Tour in Germany and let Phil know […]
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.
Gary Anderson has vowed to play in the Premier League should he be picked as he looks to put his back problems firmly behind him. Anderson missed last years competition due to a back injury, a move which prompted the contenders idea into motion. Following a stop, start year, he admits his passion for game […]
Defending William Hill World Darts Champion Rob Cross came from behind against a brilliant Jeffrey de Zwaan as the 2018/2019 edition of the tournament kicked off at the Alexandra Palace in North London.
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.
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.
Michael Van Gerwen claimed his fourth World Series of Darts finals title after a comprehensive win over compatriot Danny Noppert 11-2 in Amsterdam. Noppert missed darts at double through the match which lead the way for Van Gerwen to take full control of the final before strolling towards the finishing line. Victory for Van Gerwen […]
Mervyn King is one of six players to qualify for European Tour events in both Hasselt and Sindelfingen.
The 2019 televised darts season gets underway on Friday night as 16 of the world's best head to Milton Keynes for the seventh edition of the Masters.
The scene was set as Premier League darts landed in Manchester. Michael van Gerwen and Rob Cross both sat in the controlling positions with three players – Wade, Price and Suljovic – on 15 points and Daryl Gurney on 14 points. Of those players it would be Wade and Price who sat in the play-off […]
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.
Darin Young stuns retiring legend Raymond van Barneveld to abruptly end the Dutchman's career on an incredible night where Rob Cross is beaten 3-0 by Kim Huybrechts.
PDC 2019 Calendar: Prague added to European Tour schedule while Amsterdam set to host World Series Finals
2019 will see the worldwide growth of Darts continue to expand as over 200 playing days will go ahead and new cities will experience the shenanigans of hosting a PDC affiliated event. Following the William Hill World Darts Championship final on New Years Day, the attention will move on to the European Qualifying School in […]
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.
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.
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.
The 2020 Premier League Darts returns to a similar format to that of 2019 after the PDC announce that 9 main players will be joined by 9 'challengers' for the first stage of the competition.
James Wade survived the first tiebreaker of the 2018/19 William Hill World Darts Championship to controversially move through to the last 32, denying a fantastic performance from Japan's Seigo Asada, while Joe Cullen and Simon Whitlock became the latest seeds to be eliminated from the tournament.
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 […]
Nathan Aspinall came out on top in a high quality final against Michael Smith to claim the 2019 US Darts Masters in Las Vegas. Aspinall showed no signs of nerves in his first ever World Series event, seeing off the likes of Rob Cross, Peter Wright and Smith en route to the title. Aspinall got […]
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.
Andrew Sinclair interviews Development Tour participant and recent Gwynedd Open runner-up Benjamin Smith. Photo: Benjamin Smith.
Rob Cross' disappointing 2018 continued into his first PDC event of 2019 as a clinical Joe Cullen beat him 10-6 on the Yorkshireman's Masters debut.
The top eight seeds all safely progressed to the Last 16 as the Austrian Darts Open continued in Graz. Michael van Gerwen, Rob Cross and Ian White were particularly impressive in seeing off tricky opponents, but it was home favourite Mensur Suljovic who stole the show, as he came from behind to defeat Raymond van […]
After a five-month hiatus, the PDC Nordic & Baltic tour returned this weekend with a busy schedule in Keflavík, Iceland.
Two more seeds crashed out of the tournament