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Coral UK Open Q4-6 Entries
Coral UK Open Q4-6 Entries
THE entries have been confirmed for the final three Coral UK Open Qualifiers, which will be held from February 10-12 at the Robin Park Tennis Centre in Wigan. The trio of £60,000 PDC ProTour events will see over 230 PDC Tour Card Holders and PDPA Associate Members competing for spots in March’s Coral UK Open TV Finals. Play in Friday’s Qualifier Four will commence at 2pm, with the events on Saturday and Sunday commencing at 12pm. Each tournament will also feature live streaming from two boards throughout each day online at www.livepdc.tv for all PDCTV-HD Subscribers worldwide, as well as through selected bookmakers’ websites. Following Qualifier Six, the leading 96 players from the UK Open Order of Merit qualify for the Coral UK Open TV Final ...
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Coral UK Open Q1-3 Entries
Coral UK Open Q1-3 Entries
ALMOST 250 players will challenge for places in March’s Coral UK Open TV Finals when the first three UK Open Qualifiers take place from February 3-5 in Wigan. The PDC ProTour treble-header will see £60,000 in prize money up for grabs on each day over the weekend in the first three of six UK Open Qualifiers open to PDC Tour Card Holders and PDPA Associate Members. Friday’s opening UK Open Qualifier will commence at 2pm, with the events on Saturday and Sunday beginning at 12pm. Following the six Coral UK Open Qualifiers, the top 96 players will progress to compete in the Coral UK Open TV Finals alongside the 32 Rileys Amateur Qualifiers. Prize money won throughout the weekend also counts on the PDC Order of Merit and ProTour Order of Merit. Tournamen ...
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2017 BetVictor World Matchplay Tickets
2017 BetVictor World Matchplay Tickets
TICKETS for the 2017 BetVictor World Matchplay will go on Priority Sale on Tuesday January 31 and on General Sale on Friday February 3 ahead of the summer spectacular in Blackpool. This year’s World Matchplay will be held from July 22-30, as 32 players compete across nine days live on Sky Sports in the prestigious championship. The world’s top 16 players – headed by reigning champion Michael van Gerwen, 15-time World Matchplay champion Phil Taylor and 2007 winner James Wade – qualify by right alongside 16 qualifiers from the one-year ProTour Order of Merit. The first round will take place across four sessions from July 22-24, with Saturday’s opening session followed by a double session on the Sunday and the final four games on Mon ...
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William Hill World Darts Championship Schedule
William Hill World Darts Championship Schedule
THE schedule of play for the William Hill World Darts Championship has been announced ahead of the sport’s biggest tournament, which will be held from December 15-January 2 at London’s Alexandra Palace. A 72-player field will be in action across the Christmas and New Year period as players battle to win the prestigious Sid Waddell Trophy and a record £1.65 million prize fund. Reigning champion Gary Anderson will be in action on the opening night on Thursday December 15, with the preliminary and first rounds spanning eight days. The second round will span the Christmas break, with the third round and quarter-finals also being held before the New Year, with the semi-finals on January 1 and the final on January 2. Alongside Anderson’s clash with ...
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William Hill World Darts Championship Draw
William Hill World Darts Championship Draw
JOE MURNAN has been drawn to play former BDO World Champion Mark Webster whilst Gary Anderson will begin his bid to claim a William Hill World Darts Championship hat-trick against Mark Frost on December 15, following the draw for the sport’s biggest tournament on Monday. Scottish superstar Anderson has claimed back-to-back World Championship victories in the past two years, landing a brilliant nine-dart finish in the 2016 semi-finals against Jelle Klaasen on his way to retaining the title at Alexandra Palace. The number two seed will meet Mark Frost in the first round, after the Stoke thrower – who sports the festive nickname “Frosty The Throw Man” – won through Monday’s last-chance PDPA Qualifier in Wigan. World number one ...
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World Championship Field Confirmed
World Championship Field Confirmed
THE field for the William Hill World Darts Championship has been confirmed along with the draw for the preliminary round ahead of Monday’s PDPA Qualifier and first round draw. The sport’s biggest tournament will see 72 players competing for £1.65 million in prize money and the prestigious Sid Waddell Trophy, with play at London’s Alexandra Palace from December 15-January 2 live on the dedicated SKy Sport Darts channel. Following the conclusion of the Cash Converters Players Championship Finals on SUnday night, the field has been confirmed, with the top 32 players from the PDC Order of Merit joined by a series of qualifiers. World number 28 Kyle Anderson has withdrawn from the World Championship having been unable to secure a UK Visa, meaning ...
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Cash Converters Players Championship Finals Draw & Schedule
Cash Converters Players Championship Finals Draw & Schedule
THE draw and schedule of play for the Cash Converters Players Championship Finals has been confirmed, with Michael van Gerwen beginning his defence of the title at the Butlins Minehead Resort against Andy Hamilton on Friday. The expanded Players Championship Finals this year sees the field doubled in size as 64 players compete for £400,000 in prize money across three days, live on ITV4. Qualification is based on performances across the series of 20 Players Championship tournaments which have been held during 2016, with van Gerwen topping the final Order of Merit with £72,750 after winning five of the events. With Australian ace Kyle Anderson having to withdraw from competing as he awaits the completion of his Visa renewal, Stoke’s former World Championsh ...
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Ladbrokes World Series Finals Draw
Ladbrokes World Series Finals Draw
JOE MURNAN and Joe Cullen will play off for the right to take on World Champion Gary Anderson – who is seeded second after winning three World Series events this year – while either Mensur Suljovic or Robert Thornton will meet Phil Taylor. Michael Van Gerwen will begin his defence of the Ladbrokes World Series of Darts Finals title against either Gerwyn Price or Steve Beaton when the £155,000 tournament begins at Glasgow’s Braehead Arena on Saturday November 5. Dutch star van Gerwen claimed a thrilling 11-10 win over Peter Wright in last year’s inaugural World Series Finals, which are the culmination of the annual worldwide tour. The World Series has seen events held in Dubai, Auckland, Shanghai, Tokyo, Sydney and Perth this year, with ...
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Meet our Players

Joe Murnan
'Shaggy'

“Shaggy’ as nicknamed by some of his friends whilst playing in the local dart league first picked up a set of darts at the age of 8.

Joe’s family all played darts and loved nothing more than to gather in front of the TV for the big tournaments, it was at this point that Bolton based Joe became inspired by the arrogance of the great Eric Bristow.

Joe didn’t wait too long before entering himself into some local tournaments and this experience only confirmed his love for the game.

After a short period playing within the BDO Joe made what has now become a life changing decision to move over to the PDC and test his skills amongst darts elite players.

In March 2014, Joe reached the last 32 of the UK Open being beaten 9–3 by Raymond van Barneveld. Later in the month he progressed to the last 16 of a PDC event for the first time as he beat the likes of Dean Winstanley and Dave Chisnall at the first Players Championship, before losing 6–4 to Andy Hamilton. He won through to the same stage of the third event where he was defeated 6–1 by Gary Anderson.

In February 2015 at the German Darts Championship, Joe beat Michael Barnard 6–5, Ian White 6–4 (averaged 99.72) and Brendan Dolan 6–4 to play in his first PDC quarter-final. He fell 4–0 down to world number one Michael van Gerwen, before closing to 4–3 with a 12 dart leg, but went on to lose 6–4.

In May 2015, at the 10th Players Championship in Crawley, Joe won his first PDC title and the £10,000 first prize. His run included 6–3 and 6–4 victories over Premier League players Stephen Bunting and Dave Chisnall in the quarter-finals and final, respectively. The win saw him qualify for the World Matchplay for the first time and he trailed Adrian Lewis 7–2 in the opening round. Joe won four successive legs, but went on to be beaten 10–7 on his televised debut.

Highlights of 2015

15/02/2015 – German Darts Championship – Quarter Final

08/03/2015 – UK Open – Last 64

14/03/2015 – Players Championship – Last 16

15/05/2015 – Players Championship – Winner

31/05/2015 – Challenge Tour – Winner

04/07/2015 – Players Championship – Last 16

11/07/2015 – Challenge Tour – Winner

27/07/2015 – World Matchplay – Last 32

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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