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Written by BDO Events - 13th February 2014.

Huddersfield’s James ‘Jamie Dodger’ Wilson was crowned the first BDO Daily Mirror World Trophy winner last night when he waltzed away from the Blackpool Tower Ballroom with the title.

The champion beat Ross ‘The Boss’ Montgomery 13-11 to win the new title. On hearing the result James collapsed to the floor, before getting up and punching his fists in triumph before the packed crows.

He said: ”To win this, the first ever one, you would not believe what this means “I came here this weekend having had a few up and down games, but I continued to fight back and, now to be a champion, feels amazing.”

Anastasia Dobromyslova beat Bolton’s 2014 BDO Lakeside World Champion Lisa Ashton 9-7 to in a sudden play off.

The final followed six days of action at the tower and the trophy is the first in a long series of new events organised by BDO Events, the commercial partner of the BDO.

Stephen Holland, BDO Events director, said: “We have been so pleased with the response to this, our first competition. The crowds have been amazing. “We want to inject new blood into the game at grass roots level so it was nice to see some younger players taking part. It’s an exciting time for darts.”

For further information visit www.bdoevents.com or telephone 01709 555343.

Dutch Open 2014.
Written by IDPA - 2nd February 2014.

Congratulations to Aileen De Graaf and IDPA Director Ross "The Boss" Montgomery winning the Dutch Open.

Written by BDO Events - 7th January 2014.

Organisers of the first BDO World Trophy at Blackpool Tower next month have scored a major coup after securing Eurosport to cover the event.

BDO Events, the commercial partner of the British Darts Organisation, is delighted to announce that it has signed Europe’s leading sports channel to broadcast live and exclusive coverage of the tournament, which takes place at the iconic tower from February 5-9.

The deal will see daily pan-European reporting giving fans the chance to see live coverage on Eurosport 1 and UK Eurosport throughout the tournament.

Scott Newhouse, BDO Events managing director, said: “Eurosport is a key partner for us. Their experience and live coverage will contribute hugely to the international fame of our new tournament and is testimony to how the World Trophy is already being recognised by the darts world.”

The BDO World Trophy will take place in the stunning Tower Ballroom and will see more than 1,000 players joining top professionals to battle it out for the title and a guaranteed £115,000 prize pot, one of the largest in the game of darts. The tournament will be seen by up to 10,000 fans.

Players from all over the world including games greats including Scott Waites, Stephen Bunting, Jan Dekker, Martin Adams and Tony O’Shea will be taking part in the tournament, which is the first in a year-long programme of events culminating in the Super Series in July.

The winner of the World Trophy, with Special Event ranking points up for grabs, will qualify for immediate entry into the playoffs at the Winmau Word Masters and the Lakeside World Championships.

Tickets range from £5 to £35 for spectators and £20 for men and £15 for ladies to take part. For further information and to register visit www.bdoevents.com or telephone 01709 555343.

Written by BDO Events - 16th December 2013.

Darts players and fans from throughout the world will be heading to the iconic Blackpool Tower early next year for a major new darts tournament.

More than 1,000 players will join top professionals in the BDO World Trophy to battle it out for the title and a guaranteed £115,000 prize pot, one of the largest in the game of darts.The tournament will be seen by up to 10,000 fans.

The first BDO event of its kind, to take place in the stylish Tower Ballroom from 4-9 February, is open to all and organisers are now taking applications from players eager to compete alongside the game’s greats including Scott Waites, Stephen Bunting, Jan Dekker, Martin Adams and Tony O’Shea.

The tournament has been organised by The British Darts Organisation (BDO) and its new commercial partner BDO Events in a bid to develop the game by enhancing the player and fan experience.

The World Trophy, with Class A world ranking points up for grabs, is the first in a year-long programme of events culminating in the Super Series in July.

Scott Waites, the reigning BDO World Darts Champion, said: “A new event on the world stage is just what we need. For me it’s as much about playing darts with my mates on a Monday night and having a laugh, as the razzmatazz of the big tournaments.“

But I’m walking taller since winning the BDO World’s and very proud of that title. I’ve really turned it up a notch this year. It’s time for a new era of darts and this major new tournament will spice things up at the top in a really unique venue.”

Top players from throughout the world are already competing in play offs to determine who will represent their country in the World Trophy. The winner of the World Trophy will qualify for immediate entry into the playoffs at the Winmau Word Masters and the Lakeside World Championships.

Scott Newhouse, BDO Events managing director, added: “ We are so excited about the World Trophy. The launch of this new competition and the sizeable prize fund is the right direction for the BDO, which will see men and women competing for this new title in the first of what is going to be an exciting year of new tournaments in the darts world. 2014 will be a true festival of darts.”

Tickets range from £5 to £35 for spectators and £20 for men and £15 for ladies to take part. For further information and to register visit www.bdoevents.com or telephone 01709 555343.

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Zuiderduin Masters Schedule 2013.
Written by IDPA - 6th December 2013.

The Schedule and Results for the 2013 Zuiderduin Masters can be found by clicking the logo at the top.

Link to watch the games http://www.rtvnh.nl/live/tv

6th Dec 18:15
7th Dec 11:30
7th Dec 18:15
8th Dec 11:00

BDO Sports Personality of the year 2013.
Written by IDPA - 2nd December 2013.

BDO Sports Personality of the year 2013 goes to Stephen Bunting & Anastasia Dobromyslova.

Zuiderduin Masters Draw 2013.
Written by IDPA - 31st October 2013.


Pool A   Pool B
1 Stephen Bunting (1)   1 Benito van de Pas (8)
2 Martin Adams   2 Martin Atkins
3 Jim Widmayer   3 Remco van Eijden
Pool C   Pool D
1 Richie George (5)   1 Wesley Harms (4)
2 Michel van der Horst   2 Scott Mitchell
3 Scott Waites   3 Jan Dekker
Pool E   Pool F
1 Robbie Green (3)   1 Alan Norris (6)
2 Yordi Meeuwisse   2 Jeffrey de Zwaan
3 Ross Montgomery   3 Gary Robson
Pool G   Pool H
1 Tony O'Shea (7)   1 Geert de Vos (2)
2 Danny Noppert   2 James Wilson
3 Darryl Fitton   3 Rick Hofstra
Pool A   Pool B
1 Aileen de Graaf (1)   1 Deta Hedman (2)
2 Sharon Prins   2 Rilana Erades
3 Trina Gulliver   3 Anastasia Dobromyslova
Pool A   Pool B
1 Colin Roelofs   1 Shaun Lovett
2 Pascol Roox   2 Kevin Doets
3 Brian Coenderaerts   3 Berry van Peer

A chat with Fallon Sherrock:.
Written by Gareth Thomas - 27th August 2013.

Following tournament wins in the past few weeks, notably the British Classic, BDO’s Interim Press Officer, Gareth Thomas, chatted to 19 year old darts star Fallon Sherrock about her career so far, recent successes and what the future holds. Here's what she had to say: 

So Fallon, it’s been a successful few weeks for you, tell us about how its gone?

Yes I'm really happy with my performance over the last few weeks I've picked up a lot of points, I'm so proud of myself and hope to carry my form into the next few competitions leading to lakeside.

These aren’t your only tournament wins though, what else have you achieved in your short career so far?

I have had a really successful 2 years - I won: The, Girls WDF World Cup 2011, Girls Winmau World Masters 2012, Jersey Open 2012, Sittingbourne Open 2013, England National Singles 2013 and the British Classic 2013. I have also been  a finalist at the Northern Ireland Open, Scottish Open and Welsh Classic so I am really pleased with the way my darts are progressing. 

My greatest darts moment is winning against a friend in his garage with a bullseye, what would yours be?

My greatest darts moment to date is winning the girls youth World Cup as it give me the confidence to go out and achieve more in my up coming career. 

What got you into darts in the first place, how long have you been playing?

I've been playing darts a little under 3 years, I got into darts because all my family play including my twin sister Felicia who is also a keen and talented darts player.

Your county Buckinghamshire missed out on promotion this year but you did come 2nd in the Women’s A dynamic average table, do you have high hopes for the new county season?

Yes, Buckinghamshire is like one big family and I have great support from all officials and players - they really want me to do well. Our Ladies team are amazing, and it is a pleasure for me to play with them. We have strengthened our Mens team with players returning to us, so hopefully we will be able to secure promotion this year.

So who is your favourite BDO player? 

My favourite BDO player is the talented Deta Hedman, who I'm lucky enough to play pairs with her on the BDO circuit. 

And what song do you walk out too?

Well my old walk on song was 'Last Friday Night' - Katy Perry... But I'm currently looking for a new walk on song,

You’re 19 years old and you say darts is your hobby what else do you do?

Well most my free time is playing and practicing playing darts, I also go to college and i’m study hairdressing and have recently passed my course.

Finally, What’s the dream for you Fallon?

My dream is to be woman's world champion within the next 3 years.

Thanks Fallon, all the very best!

PHILL NIXON 1956 - 2013.
Written by Antony Dundas - 9th August 2013.

Just heard the truly awful news about one of our darting legends. A man I had the pleasure of playing against, refereeing for and befriending. Ever since we heard of his diagnosis with cancer the whole darting family pulled together and prayed together that he would pull through. The turnout at the charity night in Ferryhill proved how much this man was loved. Phill you'll be sadly missed my friend. Can't believe you've gone. You had a profound effect on so many people, and you'll never be forgotten.

"They never die who live in the hearts they leave behind."

Rest in peace, my friend.

Written by Richard Ashdown - 11th July 2013.

Well, I’m struggling to put into words just what an amazing night it was for Phill Nixon in Ferryhill. Such was the support, my dear friend (and chauffeur) Richie Winpenny and I arrived at 6pm and struggled to get into the venue (which held 400!)…

Through the hard work of Paul Jennings, Glen Durrant and Graeme Stoddart, an 18 strong North East team was assembled featuring the likes of Gary Robson, Paul Nicholson, Tony Eccles, Adam Hunt, Linda Ithurralde and Tab Hunter to name but a few.

In response, a whole host of star names made their way across from the North West, headed by Darryl Fitton and Tony O’Shea… their team included Stephen Bunting, Peter Manley, John Walton, Robbie Green, Martin Atkins, Michael Smith, Rachel Brooks and Dean Winstanley.

The 36 players gave the capacity audience some superb entertainment, complete with their signature walk-ons they each played a leg of 1001. I’ve posted the full list of players/results below, but in summary the North East raced into a 5 leg lead… only for the North West to win 9 straight legs! With a draw to fight for, the North East got it back to 9-8, before Tony O’Shea beat Graeme Stoddart in the captains final leg to seal a 10-8 victory for the North West.

On a night such as this, politics was irrelevant of course as the darting community banded together, just as they always do. The PDC’s Tommy Cox, Graham Fairhurst and Alan Warriner were in attendance, alongside the EDO’s Tommy Thompson and Jean Haywood. Was especially good to see England selector Dawn Speed and League of Legends founder Lee Henderson, both of whom have suffered the personal tragedy in recent years that cancer can bring. Love and respect to you both!

The entire evening was held together by Phill’s dear friend Gary Taylor who hosted the events on stage. Elaine Kearns and I doubled up in refereeing the matches and marshalling the players and it was our absolute pleasure to be involved. We were joined on stage by non other than Phill’s 15 year old son David who did all the marking in the first half. What a brilliant lad… an absolute credit to his Mum and Dad, and not to mention a faultless chalker! Mustn’t forget our brilliant DJ for the evening Dave Doughty, and also Daniel Harte who did a superb job with the auction and raffle.

In a night of fundraising, the figure quoted to me at the end of the night was over £6,500! Absolutely mind-blowing, but it just goes to show the generosity of the darting people up there in Ferryhill and beyond, and just how much Phill Nixon means to us all. I’m pleased to say that the great man was present the entire evening with all of his family and friends. We’re all so full of respect and admiration for him. A champion in every sense.

A brave Suzanne Nixon made her way onto stage to speak to us all and at her request we ensured that every single player and supporter was present in the room to hear it. She had pre-written a speech but never looked at the paper once and instead she spoke from the heart. Her words will live forever in the memory of everyone who heard her speak, especially her closing phrase… “Cancer is just like a game of darts. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose, but it’s how you play the game that counts…”

North East 1001 North West
Jenny Summerson 1 V 0 Heather Draper
Phil Borthwick 1 V 0 Dave Smith
Alan Ball 1 V 0 Ricky Evans
Gordon Dobey 1 V 0 Martin Atkins
Andy Chalmers 1 V 0 Stephen Bunting
Tab Hunter 0 V 1 Peter Manley
Adam Hunt 0 V 1 John Walton
Paul Knighton 0 V 1 Robbie Green
Alan Edwards 0 V 1 Paul Whitworth
Glen Durrant 0 V 1 Daryl Gurney
James Foster 0 V 1 Darryl Fitton
Tony Eccles 0 V 1 Joe Murnan
Linda Ithurralde 0 V 1 Rachel Brooks
Gary Robson 0 V 1 Michael Smith
Paul Jennings 1 V 0 Dean Winstanley
Paul Nicholson 1 V 0 Ross Smith
Ian Gleason 1 V 0 Gary Stone
Graeme Stoddart (Cap) 0 V 1 Tony O'Shea (Cap)
  8 - 10  

Written by Robert Holmes - 17th June 2013.

Photo by John Walton IDPA

TRINA GULLIVER has been awarded the MBE in HM The Queen's 2013 Birthday Honours List announced today (June 15th).

She becomes the first ever female darts player to be recognised and honoured in this way and the British Darts Organisation sends its  congratulations to a player who has played a major role in creating awareness and success for women's darts worldwide.

The nine-time Women's World Professional Darts Champion and England Captain has been awarded
the prestigious honour in recognition of her  ‘Services to Darts and Fund Raising’ and will now be formally  known as ‘Catrina Elizabeth Gulliver MBE’ - but prefers to be called Trina.

She will collect her MBE from St James Palace on a date yet to be confirmed.

Trina Gulliver was nicknamed ‘The Golden Girl’ in 1999 after winning three gold medals at the World Cup in Durban.  Since then she has notched up countless International and National darts titles, including her record-breaking nine Lakeside Women's World Professional titles and five Winmau World Masters titles.

New venue for Dutch Open Darts! .
Written by NDB - 17th June 2013.

The 2014 Dutch Open will be played in a new venue - De Bonte Wever Assen - which is the sports and entertainment centre of north Holland. It is a key component in the staging of the 36th Dutch Open, which will be played from January 31st to February 2nd, 2014.

De Bonte Wever Assen is a beautiful venue in a perfect location, complete with 4-star hotel accommodation, an atmospheric event hall, an indoor 'barstreet' with various kinds of pubs and bars, several restaurants, and sub-tropical swimming and sauna facilities........ and much more! Niels de Ruiter, Tournament Director says: "The Dutch Darts Association is very pleased with the transition to De Bonte Wever. It is extremely important to continue exploring new opportunities for this wonderful event and the new venue has plenty of space, good hotel facilities and is the perfect setting to create the atmosphere that suits the event." The NDB recognises De Bonte Wever as a professional venue partner with extensive experience.

"Thanks to the range of facilities on offer, De Bonte Wever provides Dutch Open Darts with excellent scope to build on the popularity of the biggest darts open in Europe", adds Sijmon Timmers, President of the NDB. Christa de Ruiter, Director of De Bonte Wever, says: "We are very pleased to welcome the Dutch Open Darts to Assen. The tournament complements our company perfectly and we will be making every effort to provide players, officials and fans the best darts experience possible.

"Every year we organize a number of major sporting events, including the World Cup Latin & Ballroom dance championships, and the World Cup Ice Speedway. The Dutch Open Darts will be a perfect addition to our events calendar in 2014. " It is now possible to make a reservation at De Bonte Wever or at one of the other hotels. There is also a holiday park nearby. The NDB has special pricing agreements for all players and spectators. All accommodation can by found via the following websites:


- www.debontewever.nl/dutchopendarts

- www.hoteldejonge.nl

- www.hotelassen.nl


- www.witterzomer.nl/dutchopendarts

Please visit the website of the Dutch Open Darts (www.dutchopendarts.nl) to keep updated about all developments and the latest news. Registration for the Dutch Open Darts 2014 will be possible soon! You can follow the Dutch Open Darts on Twitter (www.twitter.com/DOdarts) and on Facebook (www.facebook.com/DutchOpenDarts).

If you have any questions, please contact:

Nederlandse Darts Bond

Paul Engelbertink p.engelbertink@ndbdarts.nl

tel. +31 (0) 70 366 72 06

Written by Robert Holmes - 12th June 2013.

It was a sunshine weekend at  Pontin's Brean Sands for the BDO International Open - both weatherwise and darts-wise!
On the oche, darts history was made  when Claire Stainsby and Glen Durrant recorded the first ever 9-Dart 501 in Mixed Pairs competition. Glen 177, Claire 180, Glen 144. T20 T20 D12. They went on to be eventual runners-up to Garry Thompson and  Deta Hedman who won the 2013 Mixed Pairs title.

To complete a memorable weekend, Claire and  Glen won the Mixed Triples with Tony Eccles.

In the Youth Singles Semi-Finals, the very impressive 14 year-old JORDAN SINGH beat JOE DAVIS 3-1 , and 16 year-old CASEY GALLAGHER, the only girl in the Youth Singles,  triumphed 3-2 over JOSH McCARTHY  to reach the final.
And what a final it turned out to be for young Jordan who hit a 180 in the 1st leg and then checked out on 116.  Another 180 came in the 4th leg  as he was eventually crowned 2013 Youth Singles Champion 3-1.
Both he and Casey plus all the youngsters who competed are real talents for the future of BDO darts.

In the Women's Singles Semi-Finals the in- form DETA HEDMAN beat Welsh favourite JULIE GORE 4-2 and TRINA GULLIVER beat RACHEL BROOKS 4-1 to set up an exciting final. 
In the final,  Deta  hit a 180 in the 2nd leg and had 81 left after 9 darts, but the doubles deserted her. However, Trina had to wait for her first 180 until the 7th leg when Deta was 4-2 up.  The Dark Destroyer eventually retained her 2012 BDO International Open title with a 5-2 win.

In the Men's Singles the only Dutchman left in the competition, JAN DEKKER beat Scotland's JOHN GOLDIE  5-3 in the Semi-Finals, and reigning Lakeside World Champion SCOTT WAITES raced into another major final with a 5-1 Semi-Final  triumph over JAMIE HUGHES.
In the final, Scott's high-scoring form deserted him as Jan powered into a 3-0 lead, but with a brilliant 124 checkout  Scott made it  3-1 and then hit a 180 in the next only to see it matched by Jan who went 4-1 up and then 5-1 before Scott pulled in back to 5-3.
But it was too little too late as the rampant Double-Dekker went on to win the final 6-3 in convincing style.


Written by IDPA - 22nd March 2013.

Due to circumstances beyond their control Lincolnshire Darts have announced that the Lincolnshire Open scheduled for the 31st March next has been cancelled.

Full reimbursement for those who have paid will be made by Lincolnshire who have also confirmed that “All other dates due over the following weeks are at present “put on hold”.

The IDPA thanks Lincolnshire Darts for their prompt action in ensuring that the above information was made available to those it concerned.

IDPA Super Series Rankings.
Written by IDPA - 10th March 2013.

  MENS       LADIES  
1 James Wilson  40   1 Trina Gulliver  40
2 Jay Foreman   30   2 Julie Gore 30
3 Darryl Fitton  25   3 Anasiasia Dobromyslova  25
3 Martin Adams  25   4 Rachel Sheard   20
5 Scott Mitchell  20   4 Sue Gulliver  20
5 Steve Douglas 20   6 Clare Bywaters  15
7 James Barton  15   6 Zoe Jones  15
7 Brian Dawson 15   6 Paula Jacklin 15

Next two Super Series Events    British Classic       British Open.

Lakeside 2014.
Written by IDPA - 4th March 2013.

The LAKESIDE 2014 will take place between the 4th and 12th of January 2014 at the Lakeside Country Club, Frimley Green, Surrey.

Super Series 2.
Written by IDPA - 1st March 2013.

Results of the IDPA Super Series 2 event held at the recent Scottish Open.

Wnr: Trina Gulliver   Wnr: Martin Adams
R/Up: Sue Gulliver   R/Up: James Wilson
S/F: Zoe Jones   S/F: Darryl Fitton
  Paula Jacklin     Steve Douglas
Q/F: Tricia Wright   Q/F: Rodney Nichol
  Rachel Sheard     Brian Dawson
  Julie Gore     Gary Stone
  Steph Gilmore     Gary Stafford.

Super Series events will take place at Brean Sands British Classic and British Open.

Scottish Open.
Written by IDPA - 14th February 2013.

The IDPA can confirm that the Ladies Singles event at this weekend’s Scottish Open is Category B.

The overall level of prize money we have been informed falls within the new ranking rules.

Written by Robert Holmes - 28th January 2013.

The 2014 Lakeside World Professional Darts Championships will be played from Saturday, January 4th to Sunday, January 12th, 2014 and will be bigger and better than ever!

The largest ever field of 40 Men and 16 Women will be competing for the most prestigious titles in World Darts.

The first three World Professional Championships from 1978 to 1980 were contested by just 16 Men, but from 1981 to 2013 the field was 32 Men. The Women's World Championship was introduced by the BDO in 2001 and has always been contested by 8 Women. Now it is being increased to 16 Women from the 2014 Lakeside World Professional onwards.

"This is a significant, exciting and progressive step forward", says BDO Tournament Director Wayne Williams. "Not only does it illustrate the global increase in the higher standards of BDO and WDF players, but it also satisfies the growing TV audiences created by TV coverage from BBC, ESPN and Europsort.

"Needless to say, we are delighted to be providing even more valuable opportunities for our players - men and women - as we move the BDO forward and enhance the most prestigious Championships in world darts".

The additional 8 Men for the 2014 World Pro will earn their places from competition within the worldwide regions of the WDF: Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Asia, Baltic & Scandinavia and the USA. All have regional ranking tables which are accessible on the BDO website from the Tables drop-down menu.

The remaining 32 players will come from the BDO Invitational Table, the World Professional International Play-Offs and include the Winmau World Masters Champion if not already qualified.

The 16 Women will come from the BDO Invitation Table, the World Professional International Play-Offs and include the Winmau World Masters Champion if not already Qualified.

The BBC contract for the BDO Lakeside World Professional Darts Championships has been extended by three years up to an including 2016.

Winmau and the BDO Celebrate 40th Anniversary at Lakeside!
Written by Robert Holmes - 25th January 2013.

For Winmau and the British Darts Organisation (BDO) life certainly begins at 40!

2013 is the 40th anniversary year of the BDO, and Winmau have been proud supporters of the BDO since its inception in 1973.

2013 also marks the 40th anniversary year of the Winmau World Masters in October, and Winmau and the BDO wanted to celebrate these amazing milestones with a bang!

Winmau have produced a unique version of their Blade 4 dartboard to celebrate the BDO’s 40 years at the forefront of the sport. This was presented to Sue Williams, Chairperson of the BDO, by Ian Flack, Sales and Marketing Director of Winmau, on the hallowed Lakeside stage.

Winmau and the BDO also announced a new initiative during Lakeside 2013 – the launch of the Winmau 9 Dart Club, with membership restricted to BDO players who hit the magic 9 Dart 501 in BDO and WDF majors and opens.

To mark this new initiative, Winmau have produced a commemorative set of darts for two players who have achieved the impressive feat in tournaments sponsored by the darts giant. The first was presented to John Walton, who recorded the first and only 9 dart 501 in the Winmau World Masters in 2007, and his darts were presented to him at the player’s luncheon at Lakeside 2013.

More recently Christian Pratt hit a 9 darter in the 2012 BDO Winmau British Classic and, like John, will receive a unique set of Winmau laser-etched tungsten darts in a laser-etched aluminium presentation case as a permanent keepsake.

"Winmau wanted to produce something special to add to the celebrations for the BDO's 40th anniversary year" says Ian Flack, "and what could be better than a personalised Blade board and the launch of a new exclusive 9 Dart Club with a commemorative set of darts in a presentation case (both uniquely laser-etched with the exclusive 9 Dart Club logo and player’s name). Our relationship with the BDO has spanned four decades and we can’t thank them enough for all they have done, and continue to do, for our sport.”

Sue Williams commented: "We are proud of our long and valued relationship with Winmau, and it is fitting that the BDO's 40th Anniversary Year also marks the same anniversary for the Winmau World Masters, the oldest established major on the BDO calendar. The BDO and Winmau represents the greatest 'double' in the history of world darts and we are delighted to be celebrating together throughout 2013."

Qualifying Tournaments for the Winmau 9 Dart Club (January 2013 onwards):

Lakeside World Professional Darts Championships

Winmau World Masters

BDO Winmau British Classic

Scottish Open

Welsh Open

Welsh Classic

Gold Cup

International Open

British Open

Dutch Open

Zuiderduin Masters

Six Nations Cup

British Internationals

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