Monthly Archives: September 2019

Gurney to baldy go for new look

DARYL GURNEY believes that the Michael van Gerwen and Rob Cross bald look can help him become World Champion! The Northern Irishman is set to undertake a radical charity challenge in October – after pledging to shave his hair if he can raise £10,000 in aid of the Cystic Fibrosis Care charity. The World No.3’s


DARYL GURNEY admitted he “found something extra” to claimed his first Pro Tour title of the year in Barnsley. The Northern Irishman defeated Nathan Aspinall 8-5 in the final to end his wait for a Players Championship event win stretching back to April 2017. Current holder of the Players Championship Finals title, Gurney produced a


DARYL GURNEY admitted he was “frustrated” after bowing out in the quarter-finals of the International Darts Open. The Northern Irishman led Glen Durrant 2-0 in Riesa, Germany but eventually lost out 6-4. Superchin had previously come from 5-3 down to beat Danny Noppert in the previous round but couldn’t hold off the three-times World Champ


BENITO van de PAS admitted he wants his outstanding form in Barnsley to be a “springboard” for a return to the big time. The quiet Dutchman has slipped off the radar after a difficult 12 months but looked back to his old self at the Metrodome Big Ben was impressive averaging over 100 from four

European Darts Matchplay

DARYL GURNEY could face his old foe John Henderson in the European Darts Matchplay. The Northern Irishman beat Highlander on the way to his World Grand Prix success in 2018 – but also lost to the Scot in the World Championships later that year. Henderson takes on Ryan Joyce this afternoon to see who will


JAMES WILSON admitted it was good to get the “winning feeling” back in the Austrian Darts Championship. The Jammy Dodger produced a much improved run to the third round in Vienna at the weekend, eventually KO’d by eventual winner Mensur Suljovic. But prior to then Wilson beat Gavin Carlin 6-2 and Steve Beaton 6-5 before