Hedman suffers sickening racist abuse following Lakeside exit

Deta Hedman has revealed that she was the victim of a sickening racist tirade following her first-round exit at the BDO World Championship.

Hedman, a three-time Women’s World Championship finalist, was beaten in straight sets by her doubles partner Maria O’Brien on Sunday afternoon at the Lakeside. ‘The Heart of Darts’ has won over 130 ranking titles in an astonishing career, but the World Championship is the one major title that has thus far proven elusive. Continue reading “Hedman suffers sickening racist abuse following Lakeside exit”

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LIVE BLOG: 2018 UK Open Day One!

UK OPEN FOURTH-ROUND DRAW!

  • Paul Hogan v Jeffrey de Zwaan
  • Rob Cross v Kyle Anderson
  • John Part v Ron Meulenkamp
  • Robert Owen v Nathan Rafferty
  • Chris Dobey v Jason Lowe
  • Keegan Brown v Krzysztof Ratajski
  • Dirk van Duijvenbode v Gerwyn Price
  • Steve West v Matthew Edgar
  • Gary Anderson v Ricky Evans
  • Stephen Bunting v Jermaine Wattimena
  • Mervyn King v Jonny Clayton
  • Corey Cadby v Martin Schindler
  • Jamie Hughes v Ian White
  • Daryl Gurney v Kim Huybrechts
  • Ryan Meikle v Michael Smith
  • David Pallett v James Wade

22:40: LAST KNOCKINGS IN MINEHEAD!

Corey Cadby is safely through to round-four after easing past Michael Rasztovits, whilst Keegan Brown leads Joe Cullen 9-8 in the last remaining match of the evening…

22:25: LATEST…

  • Kyle Anderson 10-7 Vincent van der Voort
  • Joe Cullen 5-5 Keegan Brown
  • Michael Rasztovits 4-8 Corey Cadby

22:20: ANDERSON MARCHES ON!

Gary Anderson 2018 UKOQ4

Gary Anderson doesn’t go the same way as the other high-profile casualties. He produces an imperious display to thrash Robert Rickwood 10-3. Will he go on to claim his first ever UK Open crown? Continue reading “LIVE BLOG: 2018 UK Open Day One!”

Grand Slam of Darts 2017: Prediction Competition!

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Welcome to the 2017 Grand Slam of Darts prediction competition. The rules are simple….You get five points for a correct score and two points for a correct result. The person with the most points at the end of the Grand Slam will be crowned the winner!

Please submit your predictions to @OcheBalboa1 before every night/day of action.

Check out the latest standings ahead of the final day of action in Wolverhampton!

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Table via @Leesy_180

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