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Judgement Night – 2019 Premier League of Darts preview

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Judgement Night is upon us as the landscape of the 2019 Unibet Premier League of darts changes forever after tonight’s action. All eyes will be on Dutch legend Raymond van Barneveld once more in Rotterdam, and as it’ll be his final Premier League appearance of his career after being relegated last night. Here is how […]

2019 Rileys UK Open Qualifier – Chris Lacey

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Chris Lacey won at Rileys Sheffield for the 2nd year in a row to book his place at Butlins Minehead for the 2nd time. The Beast from the East thwarted Lacey this time last year, and prevented him from attending the event. Lacey has reached the latter stages of big BDO events before now, reaching […]

2019 Rileys UK Open Qualifier – Dan Day

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BDO favourite Dan Day secured a return to Butlins Minehead for the first time since 2016 after battling through at Rileys Norwich. Day ended the hopes of perennial Rileys Qualifier favourite Paul Hogan in the semi-finals before dispatching Nigel Moore 4-1 in the final The two-time Lakeside attendee won the Swedish Open in August, and […]

2019 Rileys UK Open Qualifier – Barry Lynn

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Barry Lynn, the Rileys star of 2016, booked his place once again at Butlins Minehead after three years away. Lynn, who only just missed out against Rob Collins at Rileys Victoria last year edged out Kevin Painter (who himself had reached the final of a Rileys event for the 2nd time in a row). Last […]

2019 Rileys UK Open Qualifier – Rob Collins

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The dogged persistence of Rob Collins finally came to fruition on Sunday at Rileys Victoria, with the Bognor Regis based darts player finally securing his UK Open place at Butlins Minehead after several previous valiant attempts at our clubs. He came through a record field of 220 players. Collins, who missed out on a Tour […]

2019 Rileys UK Open Qualifier – Brian Raman

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Belgian youngster Brian Raman, booked his debut at the UK Open for the very first time after coming through at Liverpool. Raman, is a regular on the Challenge and Youth Tours and reached the last 32 of the World Youth Championships in November. Last year he picked up two wins against Luke Humphries, as well […]

2019 Rileys UK Open Qualifier – Callan Rydz

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Youngster Callan Rydz secured his place at the UK Open for the first time after a tough test at Rileys Wolverhampton Rydz is highly touted as one to watch in the future, with the 20 year-old only just missing out on a Tour Card in January. He reached the World Youth semi-finals in November. He […]

Rileys Victoria UK Open Qualifier Results and Report, 17th Feb 2019

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The dogged persistence of Rob Collins finally came to fruition on Sunday at Rileys Victoria, with the Bognor Regis based darts player finally securing his UK Open place at Butlins Minehead after several previous valiant attempts at our clubs. He came through a record field of 220 players. Collins, who missed out on a Tour […]

2019 Rileys UK Open Qualifier – Andy Jenkins

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Andy Jenkins qualified for his 15th UK Open, battling through at South Benfleet in another tough field, such has been the way in the Rileys Qualifying events this year! Jenkins survived in a last leg decider against another PDC stalwart Kevin Painter. The field also included Paul Hogan, Rob Collins, Jason Marriott, Barry Lynn, Dan […]

2019 Rileys UK Open Qualifier – Kevin Thoburn

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Kevin Thoburn booked his place at Butlins Minehead after battling through a stacked field at Nottingham. He won triumphed against current Challenge Tour leader Ritchie Edhouse in the final. The field also included former pro Jamie Caven, former tour card holder Aden Kirk and talented youngsters Chris Pick and Thomas Lovely and former members of #TeamRileys […]