The 16 time World Champion was below his best as he battled past The Heart of Darts in the final match Continue reading Taylor battles past Hedman in Seniors Matchplay
The cream of Scottish, Welsh, English, Dutch, Irish and Northern Irish darts players will gather at the Normandy Hotel, Renfrew Continue reading Six Nations Darts Returns To Scotland
The 28th Scottish Open, finally got underway last weekend at the Normandy Hotel, Renfrew. The tournament had been in abeyance for the last two years and made a welcome return to the darting calendar. Continue reading Hurrell and Hedman Triumph as Scottish Open Returns in Style.
Some catch-up fixtures from the first few months of the UKDA National League were finally played on the 9th/10th of April 2022. The first of the was ‘The Boat Race of Darts’ between Oxfordshire and Cambridgeshire. This attractive feature was missed from the very first weekend in the Autumn of 2021: AON Championship – Match 1: Cambridgeshire 22 Oxfordshire 14: Cambridgeshire MA 6-6 Oxfordshire MA: … Continue reading UKDA National League Rearranged Fixture: Oxfordshire vs Cambridgeshire
After the massive success of the very first Jenningsbet World Seniors Championship, the WSDT will follow with the very first World Seniors Masters! Continue reading Senior Darts, Mastered!
The Scot was never really troubled by the 1988 World Champion, although we did see glimpses of the old Anderson. A180 with his final three darts meaning a crowd-pleasing ‘finger point’ Continue reading Seniors Night 1: Quality, Class, Entertainment and Nostalgia
WITH the start of the 2021 PDC Women’s Series just over a fortnight away, there can be no doubt that the PDC has wholeheartedly begun a development process for Women’s darts Continue reading Accelerated Development: PDC turbo boost Women’s darts
“I am definitely a fighter because of my upbringing. As a kid you don’t think of those things at all. My life wasn’t extremely good but it wasn’t bad either. Continue reading Legend’s Legacy -Deta Hedman: Hardship to Hero
Our recent assertion that Challenge Tour 2019 was not to be missed, (here,) was proven immediately at the first weekend of events from Wigan’s Robin Hood Centre. The first four events were claimed by Sean Carroll, Stephan Burton, Richie Edhouse and Boris Koltzov respectively. This, however, tells little of an outstanding weekend of darts. Blitzing the Averages! The CT usually averages around 80 points per … Continue reading Challenge Tour 2019 Hits the Highs. (Events 1-4)