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JAMIE HUGHES pulled off one of the great “fairytales” with a last-gasp Czech Open victory to book his place in the Betfred World Matchplay. The Tipton ace needed to pull off a miracle and win in Prague to pip his mate James Wilson by just £250 in the rankings to reach Blackpool. Yet remarkably Hughes,

Wham Bam Thank You Jam

JAMES WILSON produced a fantastic run to the semi-finals of Players Championship 17 to keep his World Matchplay hopes alive. The Jammy Dodger has suffered with an eye injury for nine months which has seen his form naturally drop off dramatically. But he’s finally on the comeback and delivered a great display to beat Conan

Gurney rues “missed opportunity”

DARYL GURNEY admitted his “missed an opportunity” against Michael van Gerwen in the Unibet Premier League semi-finals. The Northern Irishman went down 10-7 to the dynamic Dutchman at the O2 and was frustrated not to hit top gear against the World No.1. It was an odd game between two of the top four players in


HARRY WARD admitted it was “unreal” after landing his first-ever PDC title at the Players Championship. The 21-year-old, who won his PDC Tour Card at UK Qualifying School in January 2019, beat Max Hopp 8-7 in a dramatic final in Barnsley. Ward continued his remarkable rise with a first title within four months of playing


DARYL GURNEY admits he “regrets his reaction” after the controversial stage bust-up with Gerwyn Price. The Northern Irishman and Price had to be separated on stage by referee George Noble at the end of a heated Unibet Premier League clash. Gurney has since apologised to the Welshman for his behaviour but now reveals “there was

Gurney ready for last push to O2

DARYL GURNEY admits it won’t be “heartbreaking” if he misses out on Unibet Premier League despite a hat-trick of wins over Michael van Gerwen. The Northern Irishman sits in fifth place in the league table going into the final two league nights, as he aims to cap his second Premier League campaign with a semi-final


JAMIE HUGHES and Jamie Bain produced outstanding displays to both make it through to the Austrian Darts Open. Bain KO’d Kyle Anderson 6-3 to book his place while on-form Yozza comfortably saw off fellow midlander Wayne Jones 6-1. Hughes then did the Euro double by also qualifying through to the European Darts Grand Prix thanks

Gurney glory and up to World No.3

DARYL GURNEY broke down in tears and admitted it was a “awesome” to move up to World No.3 after taking his first European Tour title. The Northern Irishman beat Ricky Evans in the final of the German Darts Championship on Sunday. Superchin beat three former world champs Rob Cross, Stephen Bunting and Adrian Lewis before