Keelan denied his maiden PDC Development Tour title

KEELAN Kay was back in darts action at the Barnsley Metrodome yesterday, competing in six events over three days, and on the opening day of competition, was just one victory away from achieving his maiden Development Tour title. He began well in his opening match of Development Tour Five when defeating the Republic of Ireland’s Ben McCaffery 4-2, aided by three legs in 15 before coming up against an in-form Lewis Williams. Kay took the opening leg in 18, and a checkout of 151 enabled the Lord of the Board to go 2-0 up with another 18-darter. The next two were shared for Keelan to lead at 3-1, only for the Welshman to take three on the bounce in 15, 12 and 15 and edge out Kay 4-3. Although di

Keelan hoping for success in the World Youth play-offs

KEELAN Kay will be back in darts action this weekend at the Barnsley Metrodome, competing in six events over three days, and success will lead to a tilt at the World Youth Championship qualifiers on Monday. PDC Development Tours five and six will take place on Friday with four more being staged over the following two days, and all six events will carry prizemoney of £10,000. On Monday, the top 96 players in the PDC Development Order of Merit plus a series of international qualifiers will vie for a place in the PDC Unicorn World Youth Championship final which remains planned for Sunday, November 29, to take place between the semi-finals and final of the Players Championship finals at Minehead

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