Supa Mc wins the Matty Dodds Memorial

Kevin McDine was back to winning ways yesterday as he defeated good friend, Alan Davie in the final.

A great turn out at the Blucher Club with 57 men and 12 ladies, all supporting St Oswalds Hospice with £1 entry going towards the charity.

Results –


Last 16 –

Andy Parks bt Tony Tinnion
Colin Hargrave bt Les Reid
Billy Robson bt Nick Stephenson
Alan Davie bt Tex Houghton
Brian McClaig bt Ray Marshall
Neil Linford bt John Spry
David Gradwell bt Logan Lomas

Quarters –

Andy Parks bt Colin Hargrave
Kev McDine bt Billy Robson
Alan Davie bt Brian McClaig
David Gradwell bt Neil Linford

Semis –

Kev McDine bt Andy Parks
Alan Davie bt David Gradwell

Final –

Kevin McDine 6-5 Alan Davie


Semis –

Angie Best bt Linda Smith
Colleen Hunt bt Casey Stephenson

Final _

Colleen Hunt bt Angie Best

Four Man Team Knockout II


The second Four Man Team Knockout will take place on Saturday 7th December 2019 at Ouston Social Club, Chester-le-Street, DH2 1HR.

£2,000 PRIZE FUND!

Entry fee is £50 per team.

Entry only confirmed once payment has been made. Either Bank Transfer or Paypal is accepted.

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Results from the Weekend

There were two big competitions held this Weekend in the North East, with the 7th Saltburn Open taking place on Saturday and one of the longest running competitions in the area, The T.J Atkinson Memorial now into its 20th year on Sunday.

The T.J Atkinson Memorial has seen some fantastic winners over the years with likes of the late Phill Nixon and David Dodds along with ex England International, Doug McCarthy.

Results –

7th Saltburn Open
126 Entries

Men’s –

Graham Usher by Mike Atkinson
Lewis Pride by Carl Hamilton

Graham Usher bt Lewis Pride

Ladies –

Claire Stamper bt AnnMarie Potts


20th T.J Atkinson Memorial Open, Stanhope
66 Entries


Adam Hunt bt Tim Embling
Keith Wright bt Kev McDine
David Gradwell bt Andy Goodfellow
Eddie Mordica bt Scott Hunt

Adam Hunt bt Keith Wright
David Gradwell bt Eddie Mordica

Adam Hunt 5-2 David Gradwell

The Jug wins the Harry Judson Memorial Open

Paul ‘The Jug’ Williams was victorious in Hartlepool, beating Barry Davies in the final to claim the £1000 First Prize.

Men’s Winner –
Paul Williams

Men’s Runner Up –
Barry Davies

Men’s Semis
Barry Davies bt Butch Knighton
Paul Williams bt Tex Houghton

Men’s Quarters –

Butch Knighton bt Colin Hargrave
Paul Williams bt Rob Grundy
Tex Haughton bt Harry Robinson
Barry Davies bt Keith Cresser

Ladies –

Double Entry

Linda Ithurralde

Runner up
Claire Stamper

Carla Boyes
Laura Patton

Updates from the last 6 Weeks

Please find below the results and updates from North East Darts from the last 6 weeks. If there are any updates I have missed out, please get in touch via Facebook – ‘Scott North East Darts’ or drop me an email on

Lawrence Bell Memorial 4 Week Competition Finals

The annual 4 week competition held at Easington Colliery Club is arguably one of the best weekly competitions in the area, with the best talent from all 4 counties taking part.
On Finals Night, Ryan Joyce beat Carl Hamilton in the Mens Final and Linda Ithurralde beat Claire Stamper in the Ladies Final.

Mens Champion – Ryan Joyce

Ladies Champion – Linda Ithurralde

Champion of Champions Qualifiers

Sponsored by Molson Coors, Modus and Red Dragon Darts, the tournament mirrors the best of three legs 501 format of the iconic News of the World competition. Each heat winner automatically qualifies for the 256 player grand finale.

Previous winners including Jonny Clayton and Gezzy Price have gone on to enjoy huge success on the big stage after glory in this iconic event.

There are qualifying venues all over Britain and the 2 venues in the North East who hosted the regional qualifiers, were ‘Felling Cricket Club’ and ‘The Grey Horse, Darlington’.

Darren Patton beat Ray Marshall in Felling to qualify for the Grand Finals on 24th August in Cardiff.

Dean Norman beat Paul Hampton in Darlington to qualify.

Good luck lads!

Frankie Toward Memorial


David Gradwell defeats Ryan Joyce in the final.

Winner – D Gradwell
R/up – R Joyce
Semi Finals – T Haughton G Lomas
Quarters – C Hamilton P Nesbitt
S Walton B Robson
Last 16 – F Skillen A Parks D Wilson H Todman
D Shields D Mock T Wood R Marshall

Winner – F Lawson
R/up – C Stephenson
Semi Finals – D Young J Marchant

Seahorse Whitley Bay 8 Week Competition Finals


Tony Wood takes the Seahorse Whitley Bay glory defeating Ian Gleeson in the final, 6-2. Results below –


Last 8

Andrew Cochrane 3 Mark Hudson 1
Kenny Phillipson 1 David Porritt 3
Gary wilson 3 John Kippen 2
James Thomas 2 Gary Wallace 3

Losers £10

Semi finals:

Andrew Cochrane 3 David porritt 1
Gary wilson 3 Gary wallace 0
Losers £25


Gary wilson 3 (25.05) Andrew Cochrane 0 (22.85)

R/up £50
Winner £100

Main Finals

Alan Davie 4 Connor Jones 0
Paul bell 4 Ben Clark 3
Tony Wood BYE
Gary Miller 4 Michael Wood 3
Davy stokell 0 Chris Mathews 4
Kevin McDine 4 Mark Stevo 0
Ian Gleeson 4 Shaun Lee Brown 2
Geordie edger 4 Paul Hodge 3

Losers £50

Last 8

Alan Davie 3 Paul bell 4
Tony Wood 4 Gary Miller 3 (167 and 12dl to win from tony)
Chris Mathews 3 Kevin Mcdine 4
Ian gleeson 4 Geordie edger 1

Losers £80


Paul Bell 1 Tony Wood 5
Kevin McDine 3 Ian Gleeson 5

Losers £110


Tony Wood 6 (24.76) Ian Gleeson 2 (23.96)

R/up £200
Winner £400

Annfield Plain 8 Week Competition Finals

Ryan Joyce beats Phil Borthwick in the final.

£1640 Prize Pot
Results below –

1st Round

Gary Miller 4-0 Graham Gilbert
Tony Wood 4-0 Ray Hankin
Ray Marshall 4-0 David Brown
Ryan Joyce 4-1 Matty Darroch
Keith Wright 4-1 Andrew Testo
Dave Prins 4-1 Scott Collingwood
Phil Borthwick 4-1 Stephen Mallams
Adam Hunt 4-0 Chris Dominey

Last 8

Gary Miller 1-4 Tony Wood
Ray Marshall 2-4 Ryan Joyce
Keith Wright 3-4 Dave Prins
Phil Borthwick 4-3 Adam Hunt


Tony Wood 4-5 Ryan Joyce
Dave Prins 3-5 Phil Borthwick


Ryan Joyce 5-3 Phil Borthwick

Phill Nixon Memorial, Ferryhill

Mens – Ray Marshall beat Cameron Anderson
Ladies – Beau Greaves beat AnnMarie Potts
Youth – Beau Greaves beat Lewis Mayes

Bishop Snooker Club Darts Open II

Tony Wood retains his title defeating Alan Bell in the final

Last 8 –

Martin Farmer 4-2 Robert Douthwaite
Tony Wood 4-0 Gary Miller
Andrew Kelly 2-4 Alan Bell
Matthew Hodgson 4-0 John Teal

Semis –

Martin Farmer 1-4 Tony Wood
Alan Bell 4-2 Matthew Hodgson

Final –

Tony Wood 5-2 Alan Bell

Total Resin Ranking Event 9 – Thornaby 

Total Resin Solutions Ranking Event 9 Results:
Mens Winner: Adam Hunt £300
Runner Up Tony Wood £140
Semis Barry Davies/Eddie Mordica £55
Quarters Stevie Wray/Brian Henderson/Jack Male/Michael Bylet £20
Total Paid out £630



Ladies Winner Claire Stainsby £90
Runner Up Linda Ithurralde £40
Semis Carla Boyes/Zoe Holland £20
Total Paid out £170

Youth (Proudly Sponsored by Glen Durrant)
Winner Jack Male £40
Runner UP George Ripley £20
Semis Joe Weldon/Dalton Storr £10
Total Paid out £80

Jack Male earns an invite to England Boys Matchplay!

The Tyne & Wear youngster has gone strength to strength in the last year, winning many youth tournaments around the country. With his fine form, he has earned a place at the England Boys Matchplay next month.

Report from his Facebook page from the day he qualified on August 11th –

“Jack was in Blackburn today for another England Youth Grand Prix event, looking to add his third Grand Prix title of 2019 and 4th in all.

The group stage handed Jack ties against Charlie Manby and Matthew Emmett. Jack’s doubling deserted him in his match with Manby, and despite having chances in every leg he was beaten 3-0. It left his next game as a must win to progress, and fortunately he was able to win 3-1, despite playing quite below par in the group. Nevertheless he made it into the last 16.

However, the knockouts was where Jack found his best form. He defeated Eleanor Cairns in the last 16, who would later become the Girls champion on the day. The quarter finals saw Jack get a rematch with Manby, and a high class encounter went all the way to the last leg. Jack held his nerve, fighting from behind twice in the match to win 4-3, and enter the money stages.

The semi final saw Jack take on Charlie Voorhees, who plays on the JDC circuit too. Jack produced a sublime display, winning his first 3 legs in 15, 14 and 16 darts. Jack whizzed through it 4-0 to face Luke Littler in the final.

This was the fourth time the two had met on the Grand Prix circuit this year, Jack winning on all 3 occasions. The match was high standard throughout, but missed opportunities from Jack saw him trail 2-0. He recovered and with the aid of a 13 darter he saw himself 3-2 in front. That leg saw Luke reply with an 11 darter including 2 180s. The next two were shared, setting up a last leg. Some darts on the wires of the trebles saw Jack fall behind, but when he was hot on Luke’s tail waiting to strike, Luke won with a last dart D1.”

More results from the Maestro….


From the BDO site….

‘Sunday’s action at the BDO Youth Festival of Darts saw the British Teenage, 18-25 Mixed Singles and Under 18’s Challenge Tour Two saw three different players step up and claim victory.

In the British Teenage, it was Newcastle-based Jack Male, who faced ‘The Wizard’, Nathan Potter.

Potter reached the quarter-finals without dropping a leg, before meeting reigning Youth World Champion Leighton Bennett, where he emerged 3-1 winner to move into the semi-finals.

Potter’s semi-final match was against Oxfordshire’s Lennon Cradock, winning 4-0 to reach his first final of the weekend.

Male had an equally dominant route to the final, beating George David Lynch 3-1 in the last 16 and securing a 3-0 win over Joseph Reid in the last eight.

A closer match in the semi-finals against U18 CT1 winner Connor Pickett, which Male won 4-2 saw him move into the final.

With both players on top form, the match went the distance, each leg going with throw. At 3-3, Male held onto his advantage to take the 2019 British Teenage Open 4-3 over Potter.’

More from the Youngsters…..

Lauren Stokoe Finishes Top of the EDO Youth Northern Table

Durham youngster Lauren Stokoe has finished top of the girls section in the EDO Youth Grand Prix table therefore qualifying for the grand finals in Cambridgeshire in October!


Due to their recent success, Lauren and Natasha Kennedy have only gone and earned themselves an invitation from England Darts, 2 of only 8, to compete in the girls matchplay at Selsey on Saturday 7th september.
Also this will be shown on the EDO streaming channel.

Simon Stokoe “Yet another proud parent moment, can’t believe how far she has come on in this last year, love her loads.”

Donna Kennedy “We are so proud of you, you have achieved so much over the short time you have been playing, we have seen you change from the little girl that started out into an amazing young lady who everyone loves.”

Rydz wins PDC Challenge Tour 16!

The Northumberland ace, Callan Rydz has bagged another major victory taking the PDC Challenge Tour 16 title and putting himself in great contention to secure a PDC Tour Card. Rydz is now unto 5th in the overall rankings.

Bank Holiday Competitions Roundup

After a busy Bank Holiday weekend, with several competitions on around the North East, here is the roundup of the winners and results.

Good Friday – April 19th – Northumberland Open Pairs, Whitehouse, Ashington

A great turn out with 52 pairs entered (104 players).

Winners – Adam Hunt & Ste Addison
Runners up – Dave Prins & Ryan Joyce

Full results HERE

Saturday- April 20th – Northumberland Open Singles, Whitehouse, Ashington

Local lad, Gav Kennedy produced some super darts to take the title, defeating Kev Thoburn in the final. Gav took out a huge 132 en route to winning…..Bull, Bull, D16.

Winner – Gav Kennedy
Runner up – Kev Thoburn

Full Results HERE

Bank Holiday Monday – April 22nd – Bit of Bull Open, Teams Club, Gateshead.

Another well supported and well ran competition, renamed to the ‘Bit of Bully Open’, with a field of 93 Men, 21 Ladies and 19 Youth.

Youth Champion – Jack Male

Ladies Champion – Ann Marie Potts

Mens Champion – Adam Hunt

Mens last 4 Results –

Ryan Joyce 4-0 Phil Borthwhick
Adam Hunt 4-3 Graham Ushers

Adam Hunt 5-4 Ryan Joyce

Duzza & The Hunter in Europe

This Friday see’s the first PDC European Tour Event of 2019 kick off in Leverkusen, Germany.

Glen Durrant and Adam Hunt now know when they will play on Friday in the European Darts Open.

Adam takes to the stage on Friday afternoon facing a qualifier from Western & Southern Europe which consists of players from Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, Liechtenstein, France, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Andorra, Italy, San Marino, Monaco, Malta, Greece, Cyprus and Turkey.

You can follow the qualifier on Dart Connect from 6pm GMT this evening from HERE.

Glen will make his European Tour debut tomorrow evening facing a Home Nation qualifier.

You can follow the qualifier on Dart Connect from 6pm GMT this evening from HERE.

Good luck to both Glen & Adam this weekend.

More info from the PDC Website HERE.



Brought to you by Dave Prins.

Invited players that accepted, in alphabetical order.

Tuesday 19th March 2019
Shotton Comrades Club, DH6 2QJ.
Doors – 6pm
Starts – 7.30pm

£3 Spectator Entry


Best of 9 early rounds, Best of 11 Semis, Best of 13 Final.

All info HERE 


King of the North 2019

Brought to you by Dave Prins

32 Man Invitational Darts Event
Tuesday 19th March 2019
Shotton Comrades Club, DH6 2QJ

Entry is £50 for the invited player.

Doors open at 6pm
Event begins at 7.30pm


The chance to see 3x BDO World Champion and new PDC player Glen Durrant up close against the likes of PDC World Number 35, Chris Dobey. PDC & BDO players Ryan Joyce, Adam Hunt, Dave Prins, Terry Temple, Allan Edwards and Martin Atkins have also been invited.

More players to be revealed soon!

32 players battling it out for a chunk of the £2,000 Prize Fund on offer and the title of……’KING OF THE NORTH.


Deadline for payment – Tuesday 12th February



[ SET UP ]

4 Floor Boards for Spectators to see all the action on the night.
Stage Setup for Semi Finals and Final Matches.


The format will be an F.A Cup Draw throughout with the early rounds best of 9, best of 11 for semis and best of 13 for the final.

Who will be crowned KING OF THE NORTH?


[More info msg Dave Prins or Matt Hodgson]