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Koha Kokiri defeated Tic Bridge 6-2 to take out Day one of the Harrows World Series Qualifier
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Preliminary Round

Barry Gardner 6-1 Brad Hamill
Aaron Petty 6-4 Lucas Cameron
Harvey Mayall 6-0 John Kiley
Damon Heta 6-0 Peter Allen
Anton Soc 6-4 Dean Gibbs
Jakin Dickson 6-1 Bob Glass
GG Mathers 6-5 Rhys Mathewson
Loz Ryder 1-6 Beau Anderson
Dan Kelly 6-5 Kalani Hillman
Justin Thompson 6-1 Clive Curly
Corey Cadby 6-0 Leanne Watkins

Last 16

Barry Gardner 6-2 Norm Anderson
Aaron Petty 6-2 Mark Rollings
Koha Kokiri 6-2 Harvey Mayall
Damon Heta 6-4 Anton Soc
Tic Bridge 6-2 Jakim Dickson
Beau Anderson 6-2 GG Mathers
Dan Kelly 6-2 Graham Hunt
Justin Thompson 0-6 Corey Cadby

Quarter Finals
Barry Gardner 6-4 Aaron Petty
Koha Kokiri 6-4 Damon Heta
Tic Bridge 6-5 Beau Anderson
Dan Kelly 4-6 Corey Cadby

Barry Gardner 3-6 Koha Kokiri
Corey Cadby 3-6 Tic Bridge

Koha Kokiri 6-2 Tic Bridge


The Harrows Australian Pro Tour concludes today at the Warilla Bowls and recreation Club
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Harrows Australian Pro Tour Event 7

The Harrows Australian Pro tour continues this weekend at the Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club
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Harrows World Series TV Qualifer 4

The Harrows World Series Qualifers continues Friday at the Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club Warilla NSW
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Melbourne Darts Masters Announced

THE Professional Darts Corporation's World Series of Darts is to visit Melbourne for the first time this year, with the Hisense Arena to stage the Melbourne Darts Masters from August 18-20.

The World Series of Darts, introduced in 2013, sees the sport's biggest names competing in six worldwide tournaments each year ahead of a season-ending World Series of Darts Finals.

The concept's continued growth will see Melbourne stage a World Series of Darts tournament for the first time in August as part of an Oceanic treble-header, televised live on Fox Sports.

The Melbourne Darts Masters will see eight leading PDC players joined by eight Oceanic Representatives, with play on the opening night on Friday August 18 featuring the first round matches.

Saturday's play features the four quarter-finals, with Sunday's decisive Finals Day seeing the semi-finals and final as the inaugural champion is crowned.

"It's hugely exciting for us to be able to take the World Series of Darts to Melbourne," said PDC Chairman Barry Hearn.

"The World Series of Darts has gone from strength to strength in recent years and this year we'll be returning to Las Vegas as well as visiting Dubai, China, New Zealand and Australia.

"Darts in Australia has really grown in recent years, with the established stars Simon Whitlock and Kyle Anderson now joined on the big stage by Corey Cadby, whose emergence last year and success in winning the World Youth Championship has been a massive boost for the sport.

"Melbourne is a city with incredible sporting heritage and this is a great opportunity for fans in Victoria there to see top-class darts in their own backyard."

The legendary 16-time World Champion Phil "The Power" Taylor was unbeaten as a four-time winner of the Sydney Darts Masters from 2013-2016, and also landed the 'Holy Grail' of a nine-dart finish Down Under two years ago.

Taylor also won the Perth Darts Masters for the first two years before being succeeded as champion in 2016 by Michael van Gerwen, the world number one.

The line-up of competitors for the Melbourne Darts Masters will be confirmed in due course.

Tickets for the Melbourne Darts Masters will go on sale on Monday March 20 at 3pm via Ticketek at or via 132 849.

2017 Melbourne Darts Masters
Hisense Arena, Melbourne
Friday August 18 (7pm)
8x First Round
Table Tickets $ 97.45
Tiered Tickets $77.10

Saturday August 19 (7pm)
4x Quarter-Finals
Table Tickets $103.55
Tiered Tickets $82.15

Sunday August 20 (7pm)
Table Tickets $108.65
Tiered Tickets $87.25

Season Tickets (Table Seat for all sessions) $240.45

Wonderful Whitlock Wins Again!

SIMON WHITLOCK won his third PDC ranking title of 2017 as he defeated surprise package Darren Johnson 6-3 in the final of Sunday's Players Championship Four in Barnsley, where Joe Cullen landed a nine-dart finish.

Whitlock followed up his ProTour double of two Coral UK Open Qualifier wins in February by taking home the £10,000 first prize to complete the weekend's tournaments at the Barnsley Metrodome.

The Australian's return to form began with a pair of Players Championship wins in the latter part of 2016, and he continued his winning streak in style.

Early wins over Scott Darbyshire, Devon Petersen and Andy Jenkins moved Whitlock into the last 16, where he overcame last Sunday's UK Open finalist Gerwyn Price 6-4.

He then defeated world number two Gary Anderson 6-5 - after surviving a missed match dart from the two-time World Champion - before seeing off Kim Huybrechts 6-3 in the semi-finals.

As he had in the last four, Whitlock raced into a 3-0 against Johnson in the final, and after double three put the Yorkshireman on the board it was the Australian who took the next two for a 5-1 cushion.

Two missed match darts in leg seven allowed Johnson to keep his hopes alive, before he took out 100 to pull back to 5-3, but Whitlock's scoring power was too strong in leg nine as the Australian set up double two for victory.

Johnson's performance was his best-ever on the PDC circuit, with the Mexborough man last having reached a ProTour semi-final six years ago.

After opening his day with wins over Betway Premier League stars Dave Chisnall and Raymond van Barneveld, Johnson then defeated Dutch duo Jimmy Hendriks and Benito van de Pas and Coventry's Steve Hine to move into the last four.

There, he held his nerve against World Champion Michael van Gerwen, who hit back from 5-3 down to force a decider only to see Johnson hit a 180 in a 13-darter to secure his spot in the final.

Although he failed to defeat Whitlock, Johnson's day - which included wins over four players from the world's top 16 - saw the Mexborough thrower earn £6,000 in prize money.

Huybrechts followed up his nine-dart finish on Saturday with a run to the semi-finals on Sunday, with Van Gerwen also progressing to the last four to claim £3,000 in prize money.

Anderson's bid to win a second Players Championship of the year ended in the last eight alongside Ian White, Van de Pas and Dirk van Duijvenbode.

Dutch youngster Van Duijvenbode progressed to his first quarter-final on the ProTour since July 2015, defeating Ryan Searle, Jamie Bain, Cristo Reyes and Christian Kist before being edged out by Huybrechts.

Joe Cullen landed his first competitive nine-dart finish as he hit the 11th perfect leg of the year during his second round win over Jim Brown, scoring two 180s before finishing 141 with treble 20, treble 15 and double 18.

Saturday's Players Championship Three winner Rob Cross lost out in the last 32 to White, while Premier League duo James Wade and Jelle Klaasen were joined by Austrian ace Mensur Suljovic amongst the losers at the last 16 stage.

The next Players Championship weekend will take place on April 1-2 at Arena MK in Milton Keynes, while the year's opening European Tour event will be the HappyBet German Darts Championship from March 24-26 in Hildesheim.

PDCTV-HD Subscribers can watch Players Championship events live online with action from two streams simultaneously via .


Day 2 of the Harrows DPA Pro Tour Continues at the NDDA shortly...
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Harrows Australian Pro Tour Event 5

Day one of the Harrows Australian Pro Tour Event will commence shortly
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WSoD Qualifying Tour hits SA

Round 3 World Series of Darts Qualifying Tour hits Northern Districts Darts Association in South Australia today.
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A total of 37 players in attendance at NDDA this evening.

Chris Vasey vs Laurie Loch
Ian Dargan vs Justin Thompson

Board 2
John Weber vs Daniel Sim
Corey Cadby vs Chris Jarvis

Board 3
Dean Gibbs vs Dylan Mitchell
Lucas Cameron vs Aaron Perry

Board 4
Graham Hall vs Dean May
Randell Skelton vs Graham Hall/Dean May
Jed Nethercot vs Daniel Lil

Board 5
Amanda Stone vs Amanda Loch
Dion Patterson vs Amanda Stone/ Amanda Loch
Tim Edwards vs Matt Leahy

Board 6
Colin Edwards vs Angela Cornell
Rhys Mathewson vs Colin Edwards/Angela Cornell
Andy Pinder vs Robbie King

Board 7
Aaron Delvendeip vs Tony Pettit
Mark Johns vs Aaron Delvendiep/Tony Pettit
Michael Conlan vs Kayleigh Johnson

Board 8
Scott Kennedy vs Ray O'Donnell
Anton Soc vs Scott Kennedy/Ray O'Donnell
Tic Bridge vs Melina Van Den Kieboom