“As the defending world champion, Embassy offered me a vast sum of money to go back to the BDO, as well as perform on roadshows for them. I refused.” Continue reading Lowe’s Legend: Founding Father and Ambassador Extraordinare
Darts own Alex Higgins story may yet feature a much happier ending……. Continue reading Richie Burnett: The Lost Prince of Wales
For players across North America it was a year of inspiration with my win and Larry Butler winning the first World Matchplay Continue reading Legends Legacy: Man of Many Parts
Keith Deller’s momentous 1983 World Championship victory has permanent pride of place in the darting chronicles. Darting folklore has it that, as a fresh-faced 23-year old, Deller entered the tournament as the ultimate underdog. A brave qualifier who had stepped into the lion’s den to play with the big cats. The final against the late, great Eric Bristow was billed as a David meets Goliath … Continue reading Keith Deller: A Legacy in 138
The Bald Eagle, now 63-years-of-age, and back playing after a severe heart attack, has a remarkable winning record and longevity that can barely be matched Continue reading Larry Butler: When The Eagle Landed
They never asked me. Maybe I am not eloquent enough with my Yorkshire accent”, jokes Priestley Continue reading The Menace at 70: Priestley still on form.
Bob Anderson didn’t quite fit the mold of a professional dart player. Tall, lean and quite athletic in build, the former javelin thrower has been making waves in the sport since claiming the 1983 British Open. Continue reading The Immortals – Bob Anderson, A Limestone Legacy.
The Singapore Slinger is the ultimate hybrid-darter. Continue reading Paul Lim – A Global Legend
Bristow brought us an unmatched package of skill, unrivalled competitiveness, pomp, aggression, flair and humour. Continue reading The Immortals – Eric Bristow – How Good Was ‘The Crafty Cockney’?