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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Nathan Aspinall is the new UK Open champion courtesy of an 11-5 victory over Rob Cross in the final, sealing victory with a brilliant 170 checkout for a place in the top 16 in the world after going into the weekend ranked 34th.
The draw and schedule have been confirmed ahead of the first three rounds of the 2019 Ladbrokes UK Open in Minehead this weekend with a random draw taking place from the last 64 onwards.
Gerwyn Price won his fifth PDC title at Players Championship 5 in Barnsley following a set of stunning displays throughout the day, which culminated with an 8-4 success over Gabriel Clemens in the final.
Entries have been confirmed ahead of some of the bumper ProTour action that the PDC circuit has to offer in the coming weeks.
Reigning three-time BDO World Champion Glen Durrant followed up a run to the final last week by winning Players Championship 4 at Robin Park Tennis Centre in Wigan.
Five different players averaged over 100 as the 2019 Unibet Premier League got underway in Newcastle with Michael van Gerwen kicking off his title defence in style.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Dartsplanet.tv are pleased to welcome 2014 PDC Protégé Champion Jason 'Super Mario' Marriott to the team as we take new strides into sponsoring players in the upcoming years.
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.
Michael van Gerwen was crowned champion of the darting world for the third time as his final opponent Michael Smith was left to rue several crucial missed darts at doubles that could've pushed the final scoreline far closer than the eventual 7-3 result.
Luke Humphries produced the latest shock of the 2018/19 William Hill World Darts Championship in coming from 2-0 down to become the first player to beat Rob Cross on the Alexandra Palace stage, while James Wade was also knocked out on day thirteen as four unseeded players (including Humphries) booked their places in the last eight.
Ryan Searle prevented a perfect evening session for the seeded players at Alexandra Palace, as he shocked world number seven Mensur Suljović 3-1 to complete day eight at the 2018/19 William Hill World Darts Championship, another day full of upsets and thrilling matches.
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.
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.
Glen Durrant is the Finder Master for the third time, his eighth major title in all, after coming from behind to defeat Richard Veenstra 5-3 in a high-quality final.