The World Cup of Darts has a new venue and a new date after the PDC confirmed that this year’s competition will be held in Graz, Austria, in November.Continue reading “BREAKING: World Cup of Darts moves to Austria!”
Scotland clinched their maiden World Cup of Darts title in Hamburg on Sunday evening, as Gary Anderson and Peter Wright defeated the unheralded Republic of Ireland duo of William O’Connor and Steve Lennon in a pulsating finale.Continue reading “World Cup of Darts: Five Talking Points!”
Michael van Gerwen is bidding to win a record-equalling fourth World Cup title in Hamburg this weekend, as the Netherlands aim to clinch a third successive triumph.Continue reading “Van Gerwen bidding to make World Cup history!”
In our sixteenth episode of the Josh’s Dartistry Podcast, Josh Gorton is joined by regular co-hosts Jon Dean and Neil Conner to round-up the latest darting news.Continue reading “Josh’s Dartistry Darts Podcast – Episode 16!”
In our fourth episode of the Josh’s Dartistry Podcast, Josh Gorton is joined by co-hosts Jon Dean and Neil Conner to discuss all the latest news from the world of darts. The team discuss a busy few weeks of action, including Premier League Finals Night, the German Darts Masters and the recent World Cup of Darts.
The boys also reflect on the recent BDO World Trophy, where Glen Durrant and Fallon Sherrock produced some superb darts to win the respective titles. However, much of the focus fell on the production of the event and the disappointing attendances at the Preston Guildhall.
We also introduce a new feature called ‘Lord of The Board’, which is essentially a round-the-clock challenge. You have 30 darts to hit all 20 big numbers, as well as the outer bull and bullseye.
As a result, the minimum amount of darts that can be used to complete the challenge is 22. Listeners are encouraged to attempt ‘Lord of The Board’ and send in their attempts, but Jon is the first person to take on the challenge.
The boys round-up the latest action on the European Tour and Players Championship circuits, including Josh Payne winning his second PDC title with victory over Peter Wright in Milton Keynes.
Jon and Neil test Josh’s knowledge of all things Raymond van Barneveld in the return of ‘Challenge Josh’, whilst we look at some of the more obscure darting stories to have appeared in the mainstream media over the last month. We also answer a number of questions sent in by listeners, in a Q/A section which concludes the fourth episode.
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Michael van Gerwen and Raymond van Barneveld will begin their PDC World Cup of Darts title defence against Gibraltar, whilst a new-look England side will take on Czech Republic in the opening round. Continue reading “World Cup of Darts 2018 Draw Confirmed!”
Momo Zhou will become the first woman to represent China in PDC competition at the 2018 Betway World Cup of Darts in Frankfurt later this month. Continue reading “China to have their first female representative at World Cup of Darts!”
The 32 competing nations for the 2018 Betway World Cup of Darts have been confirmed ahead of the tournament’s eighth staging from May 31st-June 3rd in Frankfurt. Continue reading “World Cup of Darts 2018: Nations confirmed!”
Raymond van Barneveld and Mark Webster have sealed their qualification for November’s Grand Slam of Darts, having reached the 2017 World Cup of Darts Final in Frankfurt on Sunday evening. Continue reading “Van Barneveld & Webster seal Grand Slam qualification!”