The latest edition of Darts World magazine was released on April 30th, 2021. This edition’s striking and colourful front cover combined with a brand new print size has already grabbed the attention of many. Here are a few highlights of what you can expect from the 64-page magazine that is packed full of everything darts:
The gold tabbed sections of the magazine include interviews with Luke Humphries, Glen Durrant, Alan Soutar, Keegan Brown, Kevin Painter and John Part. News, stories and reports stretching from March through to June 2021 feature strongly. DW 574 also features a look at the MOdus LIve League and how it is providing both a springboard and a showcase for players of all types.
The news of Barry Hearn’s retirement warranted special mention the feature is complemented by comments from many other contributors throughout the magazine.
More and more news is coming through from the various amateur organisations this month we’re featuring updates and news from UKDA, MAD and specific reports from London, the Channel Islands, and more. WE look forward to more ‘National League’ news and reports as we progress toward normality.
We feature the launch of our new AMATEUR AWARD which gives every amateur player and their friends the chance to win a TOFF LONDON watch and other DW prizes.
Harvey Stringer is gaining attention quickly in the community of darts. He is a remarkable young fella and inside DW 574 you can get to know him and his story.
This issue includes a brand new game to sharpen your skills on The Practice Board and our testing experts look at Jonny Clayton Red Dragon dart. We also look into the benefits, or otherwise, of increasing the weight of your darts & trying out kite-shaped flights. ‘Supercoach’ Steve Feeney discusses Gerwyn Prices’s likely reaction to missing out on the Premier League.
With the advent of World Seniors Darts, we look at how the battle of the Aging Bulls will progress, the DW team explored the Seniors with Bob Anderson and the event’s co-promotor Jason Francis
John Part’s in-depth interview with our lead writer Paul Woodage would be worth the cover price alone. Darth Maple’s legacy is immense and the man himself is one of the most knowledgeable people in our sport.
A new tipster joins Darts World to give you a helping hand in gaining the most from a sensible flutter.
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