Double delight for Wade in Barnsley!

James Wade claimed a third PDC title in the space of eight days after completing a memorable Players Championship double on a thrilling weekend of darts in Barnsley.

Prior to this month, ‘The Machine’ hadn’t won a Players Championship event since July 2015, but the nine-time major winner claimed Players Championship 11 & 12 glory to secure his third floor title in four events.

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Barney’s best Premier League moments!

Raymond van Barneveld made his 210th and final Premier League appearance just under a fortnight ago on an extremely emotional night at the Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam.

Van Barneveld, who will retire from competitive darts following the 2020 World Championship, has enjoyed so many iconic moments throughout his 14-year Premier League career, having featured in more matches than any other player in the competition’s history. Here, we look back at some of Barney’s best Premier League moments…

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Wade & Clayton seal Players Championship titles!

James Wade and Jonny Clayton sealed Players Championship glory on another eventful weekend of Pro Tour action at the Barnsley Metrodome.

Four of the world’s top seven were absent this weekend, with Michael van Gerwen joined on the sidelines by Daryl Gurney, Gary Anderson and Gerwyn Price. Meanwhile, 2018 world champion Rob Cross pulled out of Sunday’s event due to illness.

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Bennett posts record average at British Internationals!

Leighton Bennett posted a world record Youth average as he enjoyed a dream England debut at the British Internationals in Scotland last night.

The 13-year-old has experienced a stunning rise to prominence over recent months, winning the BDO World Youth Championship in January, before just losing out 10-7 to Phil Taylor in an incredible exhibition event at the Tower of London last month.

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