World Darts Champion Peter Wright visited Lark Hall Primary School in south London on Wednesday as part of the PDC’s Bullseye Maths programme. Continue reading Wright Championing Bullseye Maths.
Britain has seen some of the world’s greatest sporting captains, many filling those trophy cabinets to the brim. Darts World’s own JR Lott has added a couple of names familiar to those who follow our sport! Continue reading Captains Fantastic
Recently crowned WDF World Champion, Duff, took the early lead as he won four of his five matches… Continue reading World Champion Shines in Live League
I was calling a couple of games on a county weekend…. I was never going to be as good as the likes of Phil Taylor and all these boys so I became one of the county callers… Continue reading 64 and Still Counting: Russ Bray’s As Busy As Ever
“I was 15-years old when Keith Deller came from nowhere to beat Eric Bristow in the 1983 final. I thought it was brilliant and taped it on VHS. Continue reading Love The Darts: Helen Chamberlain
What a year this has been for Luke Humphries, as he claims his second Euro Tour title of 2022 Continue reading Humphries’ Euro Double
Ryan Furness was victorious on Saturday as he was crowned the winner of Week 3 at the Online Darts Live League, after defeating Darryl Pilgrim in the final Continue reading Furness Claims Live League Week
Last weeks European Open champion Michael van Gerwen showed huge signs of quality in his scoring to beat Micky Mansell 6-5 with an average of 108.52, Continue reading MVG Imperious in Prague.
Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton were among multiple top seeds who fell at the first hurdle in Prague on Saturday, as the Gambrinus Czech Darts Open continued Continue reading Prague Saturday Sees Seeds Slewn
For Smith senior, he was keen to make fonder memories the second time around. So together with Ky, he jetted off to London as a qualifier and left a cult hero. Continue reading At the Double with the Smiths: Part II