About

My name is Josh Gorton and I’m 21 years old.  My blog will focus on the Professional Darts Corporation, because I have a major passion for the sport and I am hoping to pursue a career in Sports Journalism. Darts has grown immeasurably over the past decade and is now the second most watched sport on satellite television within the UK, thanks largely to the dedicated coverage provided by Sky Sports and ITV4.

My blog will analyse the development of the hottest young properties within the PDC circuit, whilst focusing on players who are on the rise, or on the decline. I will also explore the difference between television form and floor form, and discuss how difficult the transition can be for some. I will also keep you up to date with the latest results from all PDC tournaments, whilst providing opinions and provoking darting debates.

With the increasing prize money, more tournaments being introduced and the standard constantly improving, 2017 has all the makings of being the most exciting and captivating in PDC history.

I hope you enjoy my blog and I look forward to hearing from you!

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  1. Interesting observation about the floor form and tv/camera form. I am wondering if the final will be chizzy and the flying scottsman. What do you think?

  2. Nothing against the world number one…but i don’t think this will be his year to win. I think he will make the semi finals. Taylor is still in it because Ono only produced sporadic rounds of brilliance.

  3. Don’t know if I’m the only one, but I find the PDC commentators, in general, extremely irritating. Particularly Stuart Pyke, Dan Rawson and the northern chap. I have to watch the matches with the Mute button on. Wayne’s match analyses are good but his commentary, too, is awful, in my opinion. John Part is good.

  4. Good Day Josh, I’m wondering if you’ve seen any updates on Richie Burnett lately. I know he was suspended for cocaine some time ago… Always liked his energy and attitude…

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