Stevenson fails in his bid for two European places

THE long summer lay-off took its toll on Plymouth marksman Simon Stevenson as he failed to qualify for either the Dutch Darts Championship or the International Darts Open at the Barnsley Metrodome tonight. In the opening qualifier for a place in the Dutch Darts Championship, which will be held this coming weekend in Maastricht, Stevenson lost 6-4 to Eddie Dootson, despite holding a 3-1 advantage. The Liverpudlian took the first leg in 21 only for The Mirrorman to level in 18, when checking out from 129, before moving 3-1 ahead when taking the next two in 16 and 15. Dootson won the next in 15 when checking out at the first time of asking from 120 and followed it up with a 13-darter, aided by

Snowy in line-up for WDDA Winmau World Masters

PLYMOUTH’S top disabled darts player, Snowy Dyson, is one of six wildcards and the only one from England, to be included in the line-up to contest the 2018 WDDA Winmau World Masters. Dyson, who is ranked as the country’s No.1 wheelchair player and has recently been selected to represent England in the inaugural WDDA Winmau World Cup of Darts in Belgium, in February 2019 is delighted. He told me: “I am over the moon, I didn’t think there would be any more highs for me after being picked for my country, but to play in the Winmau World Masters, is right up there with my international call up”. The list of qualifiers includes Kevin Turner who will return to defend his title in Bridlington Spa an

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