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The DPNZ Harrows Junior Darts Team to represent New Zealand has been formed for the JDC's World Darts Championship 2019.
















The return of the JDC's Super 16 is back! 

This competition comprises of 4 main qualifiers,

1 finals event and a staged final in Milton Keynes.

The Rileys Super 16 tour will begin in Sheffield followed by 

Worcester, Liverpool and Solihull. The top 8 ranked players

in the S16 tour order of merit will make finals day in Wolverhampton 

on December 28th. The final 2 players will battle it out on stage at 

the PDC'S Masters in Milton Keynes. 


Open to all boys and girls aged over 10yrs of age and under 18yrs of age. As the final is on February 2nd 2020 you must be under 18 as of this date to compete in this tournament. 

If you are 18 before Feb 2nd 2020 you cannot play in the finals day but can play in the 4 tour events if under 18 at the time of those events. 

Dress code for JDC events is a suitable darts shirt, black trousers and black shoes.


The events will be straight knock out events and the final 8 players from the tour will be joined by the top 8 players in the JDC's Academy OOM.

Thus providing the best 16 junior players to play the finals in December. 

To match the title of the competition there is a super prize fund. At each of the 4 qualifying events the prize fund will be £300.

The playoff finals in December will see the prize fund rise to £800 ensuring all 16 players will receive a payout. The finalists will be rewarded with £1500 in the pot. £500 to the runner up and £1000 to the Super 16 champion. 

Total Prize Fund - £3500.00

Entry to the Super 16 will be available online as of Monday JUNE 3RD. Entry via www.jdcshop.net 

Registration 11am - 11:30am and the events will start at Midday with an approximate finish time of 4pm. 




JDC Ambassador Richard Ashdown will join the JDC for 3 days of competition in Gibraltar.

The players detail for the godartspro.com World Cup Team Event 2018.


It was a spirited opening day of Development Tour action from the JDC scholarship players, with two of the three players entered, reaching the last 32.
Both Jakob Kelly and Jarred Cole put in excellent displays as they reached last 32 in the opening tournament of the day.
Following two convincing victories in the opening rounds, Kelly faced Thomas Lovely for a place in the last 16, but after failing to find his scoring form in the latter stage of the match, bowed out 4-2.


February marks the beginning of the Modus UK Junior Darts tour 2018.

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 8 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 8 players to qualify for the world finals.


In addition the tour also offers the opportunity for the event winners to become part of the JDC All-star hall of fame, headed up by JDC Director Michael Van Gerwen. If a player is inducted into the all-star programme by winning an event, they will be invited to join a Modus Sports Management event and play on stage with Michael and fellow professionals.

The tour also offers a PDPA Scholarship order of merit program for players over 16 to qualify for 3 spots on the 2019 PDC Development tour. Players will be able to play on the tour for free with their scholarship.


The tour begins at the George Albert Hotel Evershot near Dorchester, a chosen venue to start the tour for the last 3 years. The next 7 events will see the tour go to Worcester, Derby, Essex, Chorlton, Exeter, Solihull and finally finishing in Wolverhampton in November ahead of the world finals.

Across the tour and the world finals an increase in the prize money for 2018 now totals a £7,000 prize pot.


JDC Chairman Steve Brown commented:

This year we have increased the opportunities for more young players to have a chance to play in the world finals and make a name for themselves in 2018. With the inclusion of the 8 players from our academy order of merit, we will have 24 places available in December. Including the all-star program working with Michael, prize money, world qualification and PDPA scholarships up for grabs it’s going to be a great tour for our junior players

RUSTY-JAKE RODRIGUEZ won the inaugural WDS Associates Junior World Championship final with a 5-4 defeat of Owen Roelofs at Alexandra Palace on Saturday. 

Austrian youngster Rodriguez - the third of four darting brothers from Vienna - came from two legs down as he picked up the title.

The climax to the Junior Darts Corporation's 2017 calendar ended in Bristol last weekend with 2 days of incredible darts. The weekend started with the European Open in search of the 2017 champion. 57 players from 8 different countries battled it out on Saturday in a best of 11 legs competition. JDC tour regulars mixed with some new faces from around Europe began in ernest to make the latter stages. The quarter final line up had no surprises as JDC tour regulars and stars of the future Jarred cole, Bradley Brooks, Alfie Jacques and Rusty Jake Rodriquez turned up the heat to move into the last 4. Herfordhire's Jarred Cole who at this point had only lost 3 legs in the tournament beat Rusty Jake 6-3 to book his place in the evenings final. Joining him to play on stage in front of over a thousand people in Bristol was blackburn's Bradley Brooks beating Alfie Jacques 6-4. The final was epic.. with just under 90 averages both players delivered some exceptional darts. In the end going with throw Brooks edged out Cole in the deciding leg 6-5 to become the JDC'S Junior European Champion for 2017.



JDC Challenge Pro Player Scores

1 Kyle Anderson 2047
2 Max Hopp 1905
3 Terry Jenkins 1809
4 Josh Payne 1536
5 Steve Beaton 1479
6 Steve Brown 1411
7 Paul Nicholson 1335
8 Chris Mason 1311
9 Bobby George 1307
10 Mark Hylton 1231
11 Mark Webster 1178
12 Chris Dobey 1105
13 Wayne Mardle 1093
14 Aron Monk 912


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