Winners and Qualifiers from the last week

Over the last week there has been several competitions taking place around the North East.

Last Saturday, Total Resin Ranking Solutions Ranking Event 8 took place at Billingham Social Club. Tony Wood was victorious, claiming the win over 59 other men.

En Route to the title he defeated Ray Marshall in the quarter finals before despatching Jacob Cooksey in the semis. In the final he stepped up another gear and defeated Kevin McDine 5-0 taking out a huge 160 along with a bull finish to secure the win.

Men’s winner. Tony Wood £300
R/up Kevin McDine £160
Semis Jacob Cooksey/Carl Hamilton £60
Quarters Joe Usher/Ray Marshall/Keith Keith Gowland/Paul Knighton
60 entries/£60 towards final night.
£700 paid out

Ladies winner: Linda Ithurralde £90
R/up Kelly Haverson £50
Semis Chris Watson/ Laura Patton £15
14 entries/£14towards final night
£170 paid out

Youth winner: Logan Lomas £40
R/up dalton Storr £20
Semis Curtis Gardiner/ Joe Weldon £10
10 entries £10 towards finals night
£80 paid out.


On Sunday ‘The Kelly’ in Hebburn held their annual Darts Tournament with Kevin McDine taking the title.

Winner Kevin McDine
Runner up Gary Miller

Semi’s

Paul Williams
Andy Parks.

Quarter Finalists

Kev Hughes
Chad Wright
Davey Hatch
Keith Cresser

Highest finish

Kevin McDine 141

Leg in least darts

Paul Williams 10 darts

Youth Winner Jack Male
Runner up Chad wright

Semi’s
Andrew Dodds
Joe Weldon

Highest finish

Logan Lomas 116.


Annfield Plain Demi 8 Week Competition –

Week 3 Qualifier – Keith Wright


Railway Spennymoor 8 Week Competition –

Week 8 Qualifier – Lee Morton


Seahorse Whitley Bay 8 Week Competition –

Week 3 Qualifiers – Ian Dawson & Chris Mathews

McClurg Scaffolding Ltd Darts Open 2019 – Entries now open! **FULL**

UPDATE – ENTRIES NOW FULL – 5 DAYS AFTER RELEASE.

 

We will be taking a reserve list. Please message Scott NorthEastDarts on Facebook or email info@northeastdarts.com

 

After the success of last year’s 128 man competition, we are back again this September for the second ‘McClurg Scaffolding Ltd Darts Open’.

We were witnessed with a fantastic final in 2018 with PDC player Ryan Murray defeating our very own Chris Dobey on stage, 5-3. The day featured great darts throughout on all 8 boards, with the likes of Ryan Joyce, Callan Rydz and Kevin McDine in action.

Again, the event will be sponsored by McClurg Scaffolding Ltd with the owner James McClurg once again supporting North-East darts and allowing us to put on these big events with the the winner taking home a whopping £1000! The payout on the day will be down to the last 16, so reaching your board final will guarantee you money. As well as the large prize fund we are offering £30 each to the furthest u17 youth and furthest lady on the day.

*Event Info on the poster below*

View the Players Brief HERE

Payment Details – To confirm your entry it is PRE ENTRY ONLY priced at £15. We accept either BANK TRANSFER OR PAYPAL.

Message Scott NorthEastDarts on Facebook or email INFO@NORTHEASTDARTS.com to enter.

North East Trio in Copenhagen

After a couple of weeks break due to the PDC World Cup of Darts, we are back in the swing of things with the 8th PDC European Tour event of the year in Copenhagen, Denmark.

With Michael Van Gerwen missing from this weekend’s action, Ian White will be seeded number one.

We have three North East players taking part this weekend in Chris Dobey, Glen Durrant and Ryan Joyce.

‘Hollywood’ qualified for the event defeating Tony Newell 6-1 and James Richardson 6-2. The Boro man, ‘Duzza’ qualified beating Harry Ward 6-4 and Robert Owen 6-3. Lastly, ‘Relentless’ defeated Ted Evetts 6-4 and Stu Wilson 6-2 to book his place.

The draw will be done later on today and the action will kick off tomorrow afternoon. You can watch it live on PDC.TV and selected betting websites.

Good luck lads.

Betting for Grand Slam Pairs II

This Saturday Sky Lounge, Washington hosts ‘Grand Slam Pairs II’ ran by North East Darts Promotions. 48 pairs battle it out in 8 groups, with the top 2 qualifying for the knockout stages.

Each pair will have 5 games in the group stage, so plenty of action to take place.

For the competition, well respected Steven Shotton, known as ‘RAFA BET’  will be running betting for the competition. He has ran betting for the ‘North East Pool Money Matches’ for many years.  You can put on a bet with Steven via Facebook Messenger to this profile HERE or search ‘Steven Shotton’ on facebook. Alternatively, WhatsApp Steven on – 07736036885.

Betting is OPEN NOW and you can place a bet up until 12.15pm on Saturday afternoon. Please only contact Steven Shotton for the bets.

Odds to win (Bets only taken for those to win the competition)-

Adam Hunt & Ryan Joyce  1/2  4/6 11/10

Chris Dobey & Gordon Dobey 4/1 5/2  7/4

Davey Gradwell & Harry Robinson 5/1

Dave Prins & Terry Temple 5/1

Carl Wilkinson & Darren Johnson 5/1

Shaun Matthews & Allan Edwards 9/1

Tony Wood & Phil Borthwick 9/1

Kev McDine & Jack Male 9/1

Carl Hamilton & Micky Stocks 12/1

Eddie Mordica & Sean Jowers 14/1

Gary Miller & Keith Wright 16/1

Butch & Chris Kitch 16/1

David Borthwick & Billy Robson 20/1

James Forster & Yogi Young 20/1

Arthur Dobey & John Young 20/1

Alan Davie & Chris Harvey 22/1

Simon Tate & Phil Tanney 22/1

Doug Thoburn & Kev Thoburn 22/1

Jacob Cooksey & Andy Kelly 25/1

Paul Berriman & John Teal 25/1

Chris Dominey & Ian Hambleton 25/1

Tex Houghton & Andy Goodfellow 25/1

John Kippen & Chris Vaughan 25/1

Scott Collingwood & Scott Hunt 33/1

Dan Mock & Callum Stokell 33/1

Ray Foreman & Matty Darroch 33/1

James McClurg & Jamie Thompson 33/1

Gav Kennedy & Shaun Brown 40/1

Chris Wood & Simon Ward 40/1

Tony Procter & Adam Jenkinson 40/1

John Watson & Adam Atkinson 40/1

Andy Gradwell & Michael Gradwell 40/1

Andrew Cochrane & John Purcell 40/1

Matthew Hodgson & Paul Webster 40/1

Keith Cresser & Craige Nixon 40/1

Davey Wilson & Gary Broadhead 40/1

Gerry Hall & Linda Ithurralde 40/1

Richie Archbold & Neil Walton 40/1

Dayle Blackett & Ryan Anderson 40/1

Ollie Male & Ray Marshall 50/1

Ali Patton & Stephen Mallams 50/1

Richie Cutler & Charlie Stocks 66/1

Fred Hamilton & Tom Joplin 66/1

Joe Weldon & Chad Wright 66/1

Tom Cosgrove & Graham Dennison 66/1

Jay Herbert & Davey Lamb 66/1

Steve Byers & Alex Fulthorp 66/1

Debbie Waugh & Natasha Kennedy 66/1

Tommy & David Dodds Memorial Darts Open this Saturday

This Saturday ‘The Legion’ in Craghead, Stanley will host the annual ‘Tommy & David Dodds Memorial Darts Open’.

Last year we welcomed just shy of 90 players in the main competition competing for the memorial winners trophy. Kev McDine won last year’s competition, with youngster Jack Male receiving the furthest youth prize. Welsh International, AnnMarie Potts claimed the Ladies title.

Once again the competition is sponsored by Bit of Bully Darts.

Main Competition – £600 Added (£50 Furthest Youth)
Ladies Competition – £150 Added (Subject to a minimum of 8 entries)

Doors Open at 11am – Reg 12.30pm – 1pm Start.

Address – Denewood Ct, Stanley DH9 6AN

Grand Slam Pairs II – Entry List

The second Grand Slam Pairs competition will take place on 1st June 2019 at Sky Lounge, Washington.

This year with a huge 48 pairs battling out for the £1650 prize fund on offer.

A Facebook Live draw will take place in the next week to determine the group stages.

There will be 8 Groups of 6, with each pair getting 5 games in the group stages. The top 2 from the groups qualify for the knockout stages and into the money.

North East players on Tour

There was quite a bit of action outside of the North East this weekend, with many players taking part in the PDC Challenge Tour, Welsh Open and even further afield in Germany for the PDC European Darts Grand Prix.

Kicking off the action on Friday was Chris Dobey, Glen Durrant and Dave Prins, who all qualified for the European Darts Grand Prix in Sindelfingen, Germany.

Prins was narrowly defeated 6-4 by Vincent Van Der Voort in the first game of the evening session. Following straight after was ‘Hollywood’ Chris Dobey, who whitewashed Madars Razma 6-0 in fine fashion recording a 103 average.
The last game of the session was 3x Lakeside Champion, Glen Durrant vs Ryan Searle. Duzza was in complete control of the game but Ryan Searle took out finishes of 110, 119 and 112 to take the win 6-4.
On Saturday, Dobey faced Premier League player, Daryl Gurney in Round 2 and stormed to a 5-2 lead. However, missing many match darts, the North Irishman came back and nicked the win 6-5. Overall, good darts played by all North East lads and positive for Chris moving forward with his new setup.

Back here in England, the PDC Challenge Tour 5-8 was taking place in Wigan with a boat load of North East players in attendance. The stand out performer of the weekend, was youngster, Callan Rydz from Bedlington who threw some sublime darts and hit some ridiculous averages in the process.
The first tournament of the weekend was PDC Challenge Tour 5 and Rydz kicked off in some style, recording averages of 93, 95 and 110 in his opening encounters. In the latter stages of the tournament, he defeated Swedish Tour player, Dennis Nilsson in the quarter finals with a 97 average to setup an all North East tie against Andy ‘Charlie’ Chalmers.
Chalmers himself was in top form, who dropped only 5 legs in his first 5 matches of PDC Challenge Tour 5, with his whitewashing of Barry Lynn the highlight. In the quarter finals, he defeated Northern Irishman and BDO World Championship quarter finalist, Kyle McKinstry 5-2 to set up the match vs Rydz.
Chalmers took the first leg against Rydz in 17 darts before Rydz stormed to a 3-1 lead with 3x 14 darters. Chalmers fought back in 16 darts but Callan was too strong and took the win with a 12 and 18 darter, respectively.
Callan faced Scottishman, Darren Beveridge in the final, who is managed by Tommy Gilmour (Dunvegan Enterprises). It proved to be a fantastic game and unlucky for Callan, as he  left 32 after 9 in the 7th leg and didn’t get another shot. The Scot took the win 5-4 in the end but a great run for the youngster and valuable money added to his rankings.

A roundup of the weekend for Callan included a Final, a Quarter Final, last 16 and last 32. He picked up money in every tournament this weekend and now sits 10th in the Challenge Tour Order of Merit.

Andy Chalmers had a great weekend as well, with Challenge Tour 5 his best run. He also cashed in 2 other tournaments that included a last 64 and in the last tournament of the weekend, a last 32 place. In Challenge Tour 8, the final tournament of the weekend, Chalmers had a very hard run to the last 32. He faced seasoned challenge Tour player, Lee Budgen in round one and defeated him 5-4. Next, he faced Welsh World Champion, Richie Burnett and despatched him 5-1. Carrying on his fine form, Kolstov was in his way, the Russian World Championship Qualifier and again he put in a great performance and another deciding leg win.
In the last 32, he arguably played his best darts of the weekend but was pipped to the post by Scott Taylor in a 5-4 thriller.

Chalmers added some valuable money to his rankings and now sits 24th in the rankings enabling him to enter the PDC European Qualifiers next month.

Dave Prins was another North East player who performed this weekend, notably in the final tournament of the weekend, Challenger Tour 8. He made the semi finals tonight and knocked out some great players en route, such as Nick Fullwell and Jimmy Hendriks. In the Quarter Finals, Prins was up against Paul Rowley, who’s a top player on his day. The tie was 4-4 with Rowley sitting on 25 for the match. ‘The Badger’  took out a huge 156 for a 12 darter to win and put himself into the semi finals. However, that was as far as he ran in the competition, but again, valuable money added to his rankings.

Prins secures himself in 9th position in Order of Merit, one place above Callan Rydz.

Also, not forgetting other players who performed this weekend……

Dave Stokell cashing in Challenge Tour 6 getting defeated by eventual Winner, Cameron Menzies 5-3 in the last 32. He also cashed in Challenge Tour 7 bowing out in the last 64.

Carl Hamilton & Craig Anderson also made the last 64 in Challenge Tour 7.

 

Concluding the weekends competitions, here is a quick roundup of the Welsh Open/Classic Results –

Mixed Pairs

Allan Edwards & Clare Stewart go out in last 16.
Eddie Mordica & Rhian Griffiths lose in board final.
Shaun Mathews & Zoe Holland lose in board final.

Mens Welsh Open

Gary Robson – Quarter Finals
Jacob Cooksey – Last 32

Ladies Welsh Open

Linda Ithurralde – Last 16 (narrowly defeated 4-3 by World Champion Mikuri Suzuki)

Mens Classic

Gary Robson – Last 16

North East Trio in Sindelfingen

This evening we see three North East players take to the stage in the PDC European Darts Grand Prix in Sindelfingen, Germany.

First up is Dave ‘The Badger’ Prins who takes on the speedy dutchman, Vincent Van Der Voort. Following straight after will be ‘Hollywood’, Chris Dobey, who faces the Latvian, Madars Razma.

Glen ‘Duzza’ Durrant will be the last game on this evening, facing fellow Englishman, Ryan Searle.

You can watch all games live on PDC.TV and selected betting sites.

PDC European Darts Grand Prix
Round 1 –

6.15pm – Dave Prins vs Vincent Van Der Voort
6.45pm (Approx) – Chris Dobey vs Madars Razma
9.45pm (Approx) – Glen Durrant vs Ryan Searle