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Kyle Anderson staying with Unicorn Darts

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Kyle with Unicorn Player Liaison Manager Matt Rankin

It's been some year for Kyle Anderson and it's just got even better with the news that the Aussie has signed a new long-term deal with Team Unicorn. 

The new contract will take his time with Unicorn to at least seven years. It's been a meteoric rise for the boy from Down Under who gambled everything on a darts career and won!

Kyle Anderson is destined for the world's top 16 in the next 12 months and Unicorn will be with him every step of the way as the Australian ace targets the big prizes in the sport.

"It has been the perfect partnership," he said. “When I first came over to the UK to play on the tour, I went to Unicorn to buy some darts and ended up walking out with a contract! It has been a great relationship and long may it continue. They are the top darts company in the world for a reason!"

It's already been a breakthrough year for Anderson with two big PDC titles. In the space of just a week in August, he won his first PDC tournament - a Players Championship in Barnsley when he beat Kevin Painter 6-2 in the final after earlier hitting a 9 darter!

Then just a few days later, Kyle claimed the prestigious Auckland Darts Masters crown after beating Corey Cadby 11-10 in a thrilling all Aussie Final. 

"My target is the top 10. For now, the realistic goal is that top 16. I am full of confidence and belief for the rest of the year. It's going to be a fun ride."

Anderson is also counting down to the World Championship after missing last year's Ally Pally blockbuster because of those visa problems, but all those issues are well and truly behind him. 

Unicorn Managing Director Edward Lowy is delighted the popular Australian has extended his stay.

"Kyle is a fantastic player who has shown the world of darts what he is capable of by winning big tournaments, defeating the very best along the way. We are proud to have been associated with Kyle since 2014, so to continue our relationship is very pleasing."

Anderson has revealed the secret of his recent success.....little or no practice!

"When I changed my regime and started to practice more and more, my game actually suffered. So I went back to Plan A and I do an hour or so at the venue and it works for me, so long may it continue!"

The next few years certainly look like the years of success for Kyle Anderson.


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Sporting Life

Peter Wright (PDC Europe)

Snakebite’s latest triumph means he’s now edged ahead of Michael van Gerwen for the number of individual events won this season although the Dutchman did also lift the World Cup of Darts trophy alongside Raymond van Barneveld.

The UK Open champion, who had brushed aside Robbie Green 6-1 in his opening match on Saturday, battled past Stephen Bunting 6-3 during Sunday afternoon's third round session before crushing Dave Chisnall 6-1 in the quarter-finals despite averaging 96.

He then trailed third seed Mensur Suljovic 3-1 before winning five legs on the trot to storm into the final, where he averaged over 103 and hit six of his nine attempts at doubles to clinch his fourth European Tour crown of the campaign and the top prize of £25,000.

Van Gerwen’s title defence at the Ostermann Arena was ended during the third round when he was stunned 6-2 by Rob Cross in a superb match which saw both players average over 102.

Cross, who has won two Players Championship events this year, was hoping to kick on and claim his maiden European Tour title but he was unable to reproduce the same standard during a 6-2 defeat to the eventual runner-up in the quarter-finals.

King then overcame this season's Gibraltar Darts Trophy champion Michael Smith 6-4 as he became the first unseeded player to reach a European Tour final for almost 18 months. 

But his hopes of landing his first PDC event since winning the 2014 European Darts Grand Prix were thwarted by a sublime performance from the world number three.

Wright took out 136 to break throw in the first leg with a 12-darter before doing so again in the third with a 13-darter to go 2-1 up before winning three more on the trot. 

King did pull one back with a 13-darter but Wright finished the match off in style with a 101 checkout.

He told the PDC's official website: "Mervyn had beaten everyone in the other half and I had to play my best in the final, and luckily enough I played my best game of the weekend.

"The crowd got me hyped up and really focused and my adrenaline was crazy, and the 136 in the first leg was a great start.

"Mervyn has worked really hard to come back to where he is now and he's had loads of semi-finals and finals in the floor tournaments this year, and he's coming back.

"I learned from my mistakes and transferred that into wins, and it's paying off. I want to win everything and it's a great way to set myself up for the World Series events coming up in Shanghai and Las Vegas." 

King, who collects £10,000, said: "I've done really well and I'm very proud of what I've done after having to qualify for this event. I've failed at the last hurdle but what a hurdle to fail at. 

"I've known Peter for 20 years and he played some fantastic darts all day. I couldn't answer that tonight and he was a worthy winner." 

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PHOTO: The Daley darts team from Rockhampton makes history. (ABC Capricornia: Inga Stünzner)

A small group of central Queenslanders will make history this weekend as the first Aboriginal darts team to take part in an international competition.

The Daley darts team from Rockhampton will play in the Taranaki International Darts Open in New Zealand, and manager Heath Daley is pretty chuffed.

"We're the first Aboriginal darts team to be invited to compete overseas," Mr Daley said.

The team, also known as Munda Gatta, played the Dart Players Association circuit last year where they gained international attention and the invitation.

"Win, lose or draw, as long as we perform to the best of our ability on and off the board, that's the main focus," Mr Daley said.

Munda Gatta struggled to find sponsorship for this trip, so resorted to their own fundraising.

"So to everyone who bought tickets, we just want to represent them … and if anyone has a win, bonus."

Improving literary and numeracy skills

Although the Daley Darts Team has been together for only two and a half years, Mr Daley is no stranger to the professional scene.

He managed Western Australian and international player, Kyle Anderson, who is now based in England and plays in the Professional Darts Corporation competition.

Mr Daley is passionate about getting Aboriginal youth involved, particularly as a way to improve literacy and numeracy.

"We want to support Aboriginal players to play the main stage, give them opportunity, and unfortunately we don't get much of that sort of opportunity," Mr Daley said.

"It's good for social skills, brilliant for literacy and numeracy, and there are the people you meet and the friendships you make.

"With young people, it gets them off the street."

A sport for all ages

Kyla Ahmann, at 19 years old, is the youngest member of Munda Gatta, but she is a veteran — playing competitively for seven years.

"I really grew up in darts," Ms Ahmann said.

"My dad was playing from when I was really little and I just watched him play. It's been in my life forever, my aunties, my uncles.

"It really is a mental game and you have to be strong in that department."

She said she was very excited about the international competition and even more about being the first Aboriginal team to compete at such a level.

"It's kind of unbelievable," she said.

Making history was not lost on team mate Phillip Grant either, who started playing darts as a teenager in the north Queensland town of Tully.

"It's awesome. It's something I don't want to miss," he said.

This is his first international competition, and his first trip overseas, and he hoped his family and friends would be inspired by this.

"I'm just going to go over and play to the best of my ability, take the good with the bad and if I lose, I'll just come back and work on it again and hopefully next year will do a bit better," Mr Grant said.

Like Mr Grant, colleague Daniel Forrest also started playing darts at 15, but he had a break until two years ago.

This will be his first time presenting Daley Darts.

"It's the social atmosphere and the competitiveness behind it — I'm a pretty competitive person at heart — and it gets you thinking and your maths is up there," Mr Forrest said.

"I love the sport."

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"This tournament will be the perfect way to end the year's global tour of events," says PDC Chairman Barry Hearn

By Sky Sports Darts

Last Updated: 24/06/17 12:51pm

Max Hopp is already set to make his World Series of Darts debut

A seventh international World Series of Darts event has been added to the PDC circuit with the introduction of the German Darts Masters in Dusseldorf on October 20-21.

The two-day event will be held at the Castello Arena in Dusseldorf, as 16 players compete in the year's final international World Series of Darts tournament.

As with the PDC's other international World Series of Darts events, eight top PDC players will be joined by eight local stars in the first round of the tournament.

The top two ranked German players from the PDC Order of Merit at Monday August 7 will qualify by right, alongside six German qualifiers.

The German Darts Masters' first round on Friday October 20 will see the PDC stars take on the German hopefuls, before play concludes on Saturday October 21 with the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final.

Germany's Max Hopp, the 20-year-old former World Youth Champion, is already set to make his World Series of Darts debut after being invited to compete in the PDC US Masters next month.

Hopp also partnered emerging youngster Martin Schindler to the quarter-finals at the World Cup of Darts in Frankfurt last month in another boost for the sport in Germany, which also hosts nine European Tour events this year.

"Darts in Germany is making massive strides, both with the impact of Max Hopp in recent years and the incredible growth of the European Tour, and it will be another big step forward for them to host a World Series of Darts event," said PDC Chairman Barry Hearn.

"This tournament will be the perfect way to end the year's global tour of events as we build up to November's World Series of Darts Finals in Scotland, and is a great addition to the calendar."

The 2017 World Series of Darts began in May with the Dubai Duty Free Darts Masters, which was won by Gary Anderson as the Scot defeated Michael van Gerwen in the final.

Further events are being held in Shanghai and Las Vegas during July before the focus moves to the Oceanic events in Auckland, Melbourne and Perth during August.

2017 German Darts Masters

Friday October 20
First Round x8

Saturday October 21

Don't forget that you can see all the action from the World Matchplay Darts in Blackpool, live on Sky Sports. The arrows run from 22-30 July.

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He beats Belgium’s Emonts to clinch Stage 2 of Soft Darts World Championship in France

SINGAPORE — Darts duo Paul Lim and Harith Lim made the headlines three weeks ago when the Singaporeans knocked out top seeds Scotland at the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) World Cup of Darts, and subsequently reached the quarter-finals for the first time.

This week, veteran player Paul added yet another achievement to his long and illustrious professional career when he won Stage 2 of the Soft Darts World Championship — The World in La Rochelle, France.

The 63-year-old emerged champion from a field of 157 competitors when he defeated Belgium’s Francis Emonts to net US$15,000 (S$20,864) in prize money.

Emonts had earlier beaten Harith in the quarter-finals.

The Lims — who are not related — had combined for a giant-killing performance in Frankfurt earlier this month at the World Cup, shocking Scotland’s world No 2 and 3 Gary Anderson and Peter Wright before beating Spain en route to a historic last-eight finish.

Paul’s latest triumph means that he has risen to the top of The World rankings, overtaking Stage 1 winner Alex Reyes of the United States, with four more stages left to go.

Started in 2011, The World is an annual tournament that comprises various stages played in different countries over the course of the year.

Players compete to be crowned individual stage champions and are also awarded ranking points based on their final positions. The player who accumulates the most points at the end of the season is crowned overall champion.

Paul was particularly pleased with his win in France because of the high level of competition. Stage 1 was played in the US, while the remaining stages will be in Taiwan, Japan, Malaysia and Hong Kong. “It was tougher in France because a lot of European players who play The World stages don’t travel to Asia as it costs too much,” he told TODAY in a phone interview.

“Many of the good players don’t have the sponsorship to go to Asia comfortably. Travelling to Asia would cost them a couple of thousand euros even before the tournament.

“So in France, we had players from England, Germany, Spain, Holland, all those based in Europe. They all came out because it’s closer for them.”

The overall champion in 2013 and last year, Paul is gunning for a hat-trick this year. A top-four overall finish also comes with a guaranteed berth in the Super Darts 2018 tournament, which gathers champions and top-ranked soft-tip darts players from around the world. It will be held in Japan and will feature 16 players.

“Super Darts is one of the biggest tournaments in the world,” said Paul, who was the 2015 champion. “This has definitely put me on course to do well in the annual rankings (to qualify).”

Soft-tip darts, with tips made from plastic, use electronic dartboards, which calculate the score automatically as opposed to traditional steel-tip darts. The PDC World Cup is a steel-tip tournament and Paul plays in both, although he is regarded as one of the best soft-tip players in the world.

Based in Hong Kong as a consultant with community entertainment company Dartslive Asia, Paul’s next tournament is the PDC Shanghai Masters on July 7 and 8, where he is one of eight invited Asian players. He will then travel to Taiwan for The World Stage 3 on July 30, where he hopes to continue his winning momentum.

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from BBC Sport Darts

Phil Taylor is a 16-time world champion

The Champions League of Darts will be broadcast live on the BBC until 2019 under a new deal with the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC).

Phil Taylor beat Michael van Gerwen to secure the £100,000 first prize at theinaugural eight-player event in Cardiff in September 2016.

The 2017 Champions League of Darts returns to Cardiff on 16-17 September.

A change to the qualifying criteria will guarantee that the reigning champion returns to defend his title.

"The Champions League of Darts was a massive success last year," PDC chairman Barry Hearn said.

"This new deal is a reflection of how delighted the BBC were to have the very best players in the sport on terrestrial TV."

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By Sky Sports Darts

Last Updated: 19/06/17 1:10pm

Gary Anderson won his 20th Players Championship title in Wigan - 24 hours after losing to Steve Beaton

Gary Anderson bounced back from a final defeat to Steve Beaton on Saturday by winning his 20th Players Championship title in Wigan 24 hours later.

World number two Anderson overcame Ian White 6-1 in Sunday's showdown, having fallen 6-3 to Beaton in the weekend's opening final.

Anderson dominated White from the off, narrowly missing out on a 170 finish in the first leg before achieving a break of throw in the second with an 84 checkout.

White could only take the fourth leg against two-time world champion Anderson, with the Scot closing out victory with double tops to win his third Players Championship of 2017.

"These tournaments are hard work, so it's really good to get the win," said Anderson, as quoted on "Steve was fantastic yesterday and it was my turn today.

"I love it when the old boys stand up and show everyone what we can do. We are still doing the business and the young guys aren't quite there yet."

Earlier on Sunday, Anderson edged past Mickey Mansell 6-5 before beating Harry Robinson 6-4.

Anderson was also victorious against Kyle Anderson, Dirk van Duijvenbode, Richard North and Rob Cross en route to the final.

Don't forget that you can see all the action from the World Matchplay Darts in Blackpool, live on Sky Sports. The arrows run from 22-30 July.

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The Adelaide thrower will make his first GS of Darts appearance at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall

By Sky Sports Darts

Last Updated: 12/06/17 7:18pm

Aussie thrower Peter Machin has qualified for the Grand Slam of Darts this November

Peter Machin is to make his Grand Slam of Darts debut in 2017 after being confirmed alongside Glen Durrant and Danny Noppert as three of the eight BDO Qualifiers for November's event.

Machin won the recent BDO World Trophy in Wales to secure his first big title, having lost out to Darryl Fitton in the final 12 months earlier.

Lakeside Champion Durrant and runner-up Noppert - who both impressed on their Grand Slam of Darts debuts in 2016 - have also secured automatic places in this year's tournament.

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Darts champion Phil Taylor set to bow out

Phil Taylor will retire from the professional darts circuit after the next World Championship.

Phil Taylor will embark on a year-long tour of celebration after announcing his darts career will end after the next World Championship.

Taylor, the 16-time world champion and undisputed greatest player of all-time, announced he was quitting the sport's main tour on Friday night.

At 56 and with every achievement in the sport ticked off, 'The Power' has decided he will turn himself off after the Alexandra Palace showpiece in December and January.

"It's the last year for me, this will probably be my last Masters so at the end of the year, that's me done," he told ITV Sport at the Masters event in Milton Keynes.

"The World Championship will be my last one and I'm looking forward to it now, I'm really looking forward to it. Last one, January, that's it, no more."

Taylor - already the most popular player on the planet - can expect a raucous send-off for the rest of 2017.

Commitments in events such as the Premier League will allow darts fans all over the country to say farewell to the man more responsible than anyone for the popularity darts now has.

Once regarded as a pub sport played by beer-swillers in smoky rooms, it is now played out to live audiences of thousands and TV audiences of millions, thanks in no small part to Taylor's enduring success and popularity.

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