Rydz wins PDC Development Tour 8

From PDC Site –

“Event Eight saw Rydz win his first PDC title, which he began in perfect style, conceding just one leg in his opening five matches en route to the quarter-finals where he edged out Kevin Doets 5-4.

The rising Newcastle star then defeated Mike de Decker 5-3, before a sensational 106.6 average saw him get the better of World Championship quarter-finalist Luke Humphries 5-2 in the final game of the day.”

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

Dobey & Duzza In Munich

The German Darts Grand Prix kicks off today in Munich, with both Chris Dobey and Glen Durrant in action.

The North East pair both enter round one this evening and will be playing in front of a packed out crowd on Easter Weekend.

You can watch the action live on PDC.TV

Round 1 – 
 
Chris Dobey v Michael Rasztovits
Approx 7.45pm
Glen Durrant v Jamie Hughes
Approx 9.15pm
More info HERE.

Grand Slam Pairs II


GRAND SLAM PAIRS II
Sky Lounge, Washington
Saturday 1st June 2019

Back again for the second Grand Slam Pairs competition!

2018 Champions –
Harry Robinson & Davey Gradwell
Runners Up –
Ryan Joyce & Kev McDine

A fantastic day of darts, with plenty of games for everyone! Split into 8 groups of 6, each pair will have 5 games in the group stages with the top 2 qualifying for the last 16.
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48 Pairs
8 Groups
5 Games in Group Stages

Top 2 qualify for last 16 from each group.

[ Prize Money – £1650 ]

£400 Winners
£200 Runners Up
£125 Semi Finalists
£100 Quarter Finalists
£50 Last 16

[ Entry Details ]

£25 per team. Pre Enter Only.
Must have paid to secure your place!

Enter by Emailing info@northeastdarts.com or Message Scott NorthEastDarts on Facebook.

Payment by Bank Transfer or PayPal Only.

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Drinks Deals on the day.
Live Sport across all TVs
Great party atmosphere throughout the day.

Sky Lounge, Washington, Tyne & Wear, NE38 7EJ

Jack Male victorious in Chesterfield

Write up courtesy of ‘Bit of Bully Darts’.

Yesterday, Jack Male travelled to Chesterfield for the England Darts Youth event. Jack had already tasted success in these events, where he won one event out of the three he played last year, in Gateshead.

In his group stage, Jack won 2 of his 3 group games (3-0 against Eleanor Cairs and a 3-0 against Tavis Dudeney), narrowly losing to Henry Coates 3-2 after missing darts to win from 2-0 down. However, other results meant he still finished top of his group.

The last 32 saw Jack take on Holly Meadwell, who he despatched 3-0 with some high scoring and solid finishing. The same score lines followed in the last 16 and quarter finals, against Reece Pauling and Dalton Storr, respectively. Jack fired in finishes of 156 and 157 on the way.

In the semi finals, Jack faced Luke ‘The Nuke’ Littler, seeking revenge after Luke recently beat him at a JDC tour event. Jack moved past Luke 4-1 and moved into the final.

In the final, Jack faced JDC European Champion Brad Phillips, in a repeat of Jack’s final win last year. It was nip and tuck all the way through with both players at a very high standard, but just like he did last year, Jack emerged victorious with a 5-3 win. In his first England event of 2019, Jack masked the best start he could do in the hunt to make the finals at the end of the year, which he finished runner up in 2018.

Robinson & Gradwell Sky Lounge Robin Pairs Champs

Following on from their fantastic ‘Grand Slam Pairs’ victory in 2018, Harry Robinson & David Gradwell went all the way in the Pairs comp at Sky Lounge on Saturday.

The day consisted of 24 pairs split into 4 groups of 6. Each pair had 5 group games, with the top 2 qualifying for the knockout stages.

In the groups, Robinson & Gradwell won all 5 games only dropping 3 legs en route to the knockouts. They faced Runners up in Group C, McDine & Lawson in the quarters and defeated them 4-1.

Already proving to be the strongest pair on the day, they carried on their form into the semi finals, despatching Matthews & Craig Anderson before facing their group runners up In the final.

It proved to be a much tighter affair than the group game, however, they dug deep and defeated Shanks and Rydz to take the title and the £400 first prize.

ALL RESULTS CAN BE FOUND HERE

 

Lastly, a big shout out to Matthew Hodgson who kept the competition running as smoothly as possible and supported me throughout the day.

Scott

Supa Mc wins at Sky Lounge

Another great competition was held at Sky Lounge in Washington on Saturday 30th March. With only 4 days notice, the competition attracted 51 players with some of the best talent in the region taking part.

Kev McDine was too strong on the day, as he despatched Craig Anderson in the quarters before beating Ryan Joyce 5-1 in the Semi Finals.

The final saw him up against Tony Wood. The tie went the distance, with McDine edging out Wood in the decider to take the win.

 

Last 8 Results –

Richie Archbold bt Yogi Young
Tony Wood bt Geoff Murray
Kev McDine bt Craig Anderson
Ryan Joyce bt Graham Dennison

Semis –

Tony Wood 5-2 Richie Archbold
Kev McDine 5-1 Ryan Joyce

Final –

KEV MCDINE 5-4 Tony Wood

Prins in Hildesheim

Dave ‘The Badger’ Prins will take centre stage tomorrow afternoon in PDC European Tour 2 in Hildesheim, Germany. Prins will face Simon Stevenson first game on, which will be 12pm GMT.

The winner will face Jonny Clayton Saturday afternoon.

Watch the action live on PDC.TV. A great subscription service allowing you to watch all the Euro Tours, Pro Tours and many more comps throughout the year.