Keelan seeks JDC Worcester victory for Ally Pally date

THE JDC Junior Darts Tour moves on to Rileys Worcester today in event two and Plymouth’s rising star will be hoping for a better day than he experienced when he contested Tour Event One, which took place in Dorchester back in February.

Keelan Kay was out of sorts on that day and went crashing out in round one but will be hoping to give a better account of himself this time around.

This year in total, there will be 8 qualifying events for junior players aged between 10 and 18 years old to book a place in the WDS Junior World Darts Championship finals in December. The actual final of this event will take place on stage at the Alexandra Palace London during the William Hill World Darts Championship.

Each winner of any of the eight events will automatically qualify for the finals, however the tour also offers an order of merit system that will give the opportunity for a further eight players to also qualify for the world finals.

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