James Wade safely progressed to the third round of the World Darts Championship on Wednesday night, on a day which also saw Benito van de Pas dump out Gabriel Clemens and Stephen Bunting end his winless run at Alexandra Palace.Continue reading “Clinical Wade progresses at the Palace!”
James Wade has blasted the ‘nonsensical’ format at the World Grand Prix in an interview with Live Darts, despite securing his first victory at the Citywest Hotel since 2014 on Sunday evening.Continue reading “Wade blasts ‘nonsensical’ format at World Grand Prix”
James Wade secured his fifth PDC ranking title of 2019 with an 8-6 victory over Dave Chisnall in Players Championship 24 at the Barnsley Metrodome on Wednesday afternoon.Continue reading “Fantastic five for Wade in Barnsley!”
Raymond van Barneveld and James Wade will compete in the PDC World Series of Darts events in Brisbane, Melbourne and Hamilton in August after being confirmed alongside four further Oceanic qualifiers.Continue reading “Van Barneveld & Wade to feature in World Series treble!”
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.Continue reading “Double delight for Wade in Barnsley!”
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.Continue reading “Wade & Clayton seal Players Championship titles!”
Gerwyn Price was left to rue missed opportunities as he was denied a first ever victory over Michael van Gerwen, while Rob Cross defeated hometown hero Daryl Gurney to regain top spot in the Premier League on a dramatic night of action in Belfast on Thursday.Continue reading “Price: “I bombed a lot of opportunities””
Dimitri Van den Bergh came within a dart of becoming the first contender to register a victory in this year’s Premier League, but the Belgian admitted the experience of making his Premier League debut in front of a magnificent Rotterdam crowd was ‘unbelievable’.Continue reading “Van den Bergh: PL debut was ‘unbelievable’”
Raymond van Barneveld was condemned to Premier League elimination after suffering a 7-1 drubbing against Daryl Gurney in Rotterdam, whilst Michael van Gerwen returned to the top of the table after beating Peter Wright by the same scoreline on an eventful night at the Ahoy Arena.Continue reading “Premier League Darts 2019 – Night Eight Report!”