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Weekly round up

Whilst the trio of Players Championship events didn’t bring success to MDA, Jamie Hughes can be very satisfied with his week in Barnsley. The Boy from the Black Country managed to qualify for both the World Series of Darts Finals and the Belgian Darts Open which take place next month. In the opening tournament of

World Matchplay report

Two-time World Matchplay semi-finalist Daryl Gurney would have been hoping for a longer stay in Blackpool this year. But unfortunately for Superchin, Danny Noppert halted the trip in round two to cut short his seaside visit. Gurney began the tournament in fine shape, defeating the 2018 Matchplay champ, Gary Anderson in his opening round. In

PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIPS 18-21

Barnsley Metrodome Friday 8th – Monday 11th July   With the ferocious sunshine baking South Yorkshire, it perhaps wasn’t the ideal time to be indoors but in a four day Players Championship marathon, the action was pretty hot.   DAY ONE Daryl Gurney once again gave a timely reminder to the darting world of his

EUROPEAN DARTS MATCHPLAY REPORT

Pleasingly for James Wilson fans, MDA and the bloke himself, it looks like the Yorkshireman’s recent injury woes are well and truly behind him. The Huddersfield gent comfortably secured his tour card on day one of this year’s Q-School and is now looking to push on and climb the rankings. Proudly taking his place in

2022 WORLD CUP OF DARTS – REPORT

No sooner had the back-to-back Players Championships in Niedernhausen ended, the players were back on the road for the relatively short trip to Frankfurt and the small matter of a World Cup of Darts tournament. MDA proudly had two chaps competing for their respective nations. Daryl Gurney was making his 7th appearance for Northern Ireland

PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP 17 – REPORT

If Daryl Gurney is looking for an omen going forward, then using another players trousers could well be the way to go. Superchin bafflingly forgot to pack his – or maybe his manager Matt did. Perhaps we will never know. But what we can be certain of – Martin Lukeman has to explain why he