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Welcome to the homepage of Jacques Nieuwlaat, commentator on all darts events broadcasted on Dutch television and international mastercaller. On this site you’ll find the most comprehensive set of results for both PDC, BDO and WDF tournaments.

Besides results you’ll also find loads of additional information on nine-darters, loads of extra stats and of course the most complete information on the voices of darts; the referees and masters of ceremony who feature on the worlds stages.

Enjoy taking a look at the website. Any comments and feedback would be most welcome.

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Birthday today...
  • Gerry Convery
    Canada Gerry Convery
    61 new age
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    England Wayne Dunn
    35 new age
Tomorrow
  • England Joe Murnan (33)
  • England Michael Harrison (32)
  • Japan Masumi Chino (29)
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  • United States Dave DePriest (43 in 2 days)
  • England Dawn Standley (49 in 2 days)
  • Switzerland Sabine Beutler (45 in 2 days)
  • England Dave Ladley (41 in 2 days)
  • England Colin Monk (49 in 2 days)
  • Australia Gordon Mathers (35 in 2 days)
  • Netherlands Ron van den Berg (51 in 2 days)
  • England Paul Anthony (51 in 2 days)
  • England Mark Stephenson (40 in 2 days)
  • Wales Rhian Griffiths (36 in 3 days)
  • Germany Arno Merk (24 in 3 days)
  • England Dave Honey-Jnr (28 in 3 days)
  • England Frankie Ansell (29 in 3 days)
  • England Richard Ashdown (38 in 3 days)
  • England Rachel Brooks (53 in 3 days)
  • Northern Ireland John Porter (35 in 3 days)
  • England Lee Kenny (40 in 4 days)
  • England Mark Lawrence (52 in 4 days)
  • Canada Shaun Narain (24 in 4 days)
  • England Simon Cassidy (47 in 5 days)
  • Scotland Peter McDonald (49 in 6 days)
  • England Graham Kurle (37 in 6 days)
  • England Mick Manning (54 in 7 days)
  • Wales Huw Ware (23 in 7 days)
  • Germany Mike Herold (7 in 7 days)
  • Wales Marshall James (46 in 7 days)
  • Wales Jonny Clayton (42 in 7 days)

Tournament calendar

Next TV Tournament

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From: Sunday 2 October 2016
Till: Saturday 8 October 2016
Professional Darts Corporation

World Grand Prix 2016

CityWest Hotel, Dublin

The World Grand Prix 2016 will be played from 2 till 8 October in the familiar Citywest Hotel in Dublin. The top 16 of the Order of Merit, plus the best 14 players from the Players Championship Order of Merit along with the two best Irish players complete the field of 32. Traditionally all legs in Ireland must not only be finished with a double, but each leg should be started with a double too. Phil Taylor won this tournament eleven times. Michael van Gerwen from the Netherlands was the strongest in 2012 and 2014. Robert Thornton will be defending his title this year.

Upcoming matches
    • 02/10
    • Australia Kyle Anderson
    • Spain Cristo Reyes
    • 02/10
    • England Ian White
    • Belgium Kim Huybrechts
    • 02/10
    • England James Wade
    • England Terry Jenkins
    • 02/10
    • Wales Gerwyn Price
    • Netherlands Benito van de Pas
    • 02/10
    • England Adrian Lewis
    • Netherlands Jelle Klaasen
More information
Prize money
  1. £100,000
  2. £45,000
  3. £23,500
  4. Total: £400,000
Reigning champion:
Reigning champion of World Grand Prix 2015
Scotland Robert Thornton

Last TV Tournament

From: Saturday 24 September 2016
Till: Sunday 25 September 2016
Professional Darts Corporation

Champions League of Darts 2016

Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

In the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff the first edition of the Champions League of Darts was held on 24 and 25 September. Phil Taylor claims the inaugural edition by beating Michael van Gerwen 11-5 in the final. In the group stage Taylor also beats Michael van Gerwen this time 10-4. In the same group Robert Thornton and Peter Wright get knocked out. In the other group Gary Anderson wins all his games and therefore will advance to the semi-finals. James Wade joins him at the expense of Adrian Lewis and Michael Smith. Both semi-finals are one-sided. Van Gerwen beats Anderson 11-5 and Taylor beats James Wade 11-3. In the final Phil Taylor is also...

More information
Prize money:
  1. £100,000
  2. £50,000
  3. £25,000
  4. Total: £250,000
Reigning champion:
Reigning champion of Champions League of Darts 2016
Photographer: Lawrence Lustig/PDC
England Phil Taylor

PDC Order of Merit

  • Updated on 26/09/2016 10:09 Prize money
    • 1
    • Netherlands Michael van Gerwen
    • £1,331,500
    • 2
    • Scotland Gary Anderson
    • £857,500
    • 3
    • England Adrian Lewis
    • £447,750
    • 4
    • England Phil Taylor
    • £439,250
    • 5
    • Scotland Peter Wright
    • £420,750
    • 6
    • England James Wade
    • £353,250
    • 7
    • Scotland Robert Thornton
    • £304,750
    • 8
    • England Michael Smith
    • £284,750
    • 9
    • England Dave Chisnall
    • £275,750
    • 10
    • Netherlands Jelle Klaasen
    • £274,500

BDO Ranking

  • Updated on 19/09/2016 14:09 Points
    • 1
    • England Glen Durrant
    • 413
    • 2
    • England Scott Mitchell
    • 325
    • 3
    • Netherlands Danny Noppert
    • 316
    • 4
    • England Jamie Hughes
    • 307
    • 5
    • England Martin Adams
    • 303
    • 6
    • England Scott Waites
    • 293
    • 7
    • Wales Dean Reynolds
    • 282
    • 8
    • Lithuania Darius Labanauskas
    • 262
    • 9
    • Netherlands Wesley Harms
    • 260
    • 10
    • England Darryl Fitton
    • 255
  • Updated on 19/09/2016 14:09 Points
    • 1
    • England Deta Hedman
    • 459
    • 2
    • England Lisa Ashton
    • 434
    • 3
    • Netherlands Aileen de Graaf
    • 394
    • 4
    • Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova
    • 353
    • 5
    • England Lorraine Winstanley
    • 336
    • 6
    • England Trina Gulliver-MBE
    • 310
    • 7
    • England Fallon Sherrock
    • 302
    • 8
    • Australia Corrine Hammond
    • 293
    • 9
    • Netherlands Sharon Prins
    • 271
    • 10
    • Wales Rhian Griffiths
    • 242

WDF Ranking

  • Updated on 26/09/2016 10:09 Points
    • 1
    • Lithuania Darius Labanauskas
    • 948
    • 2
    • Netherlands Danny Noppert
    • 854
    • 3
    • England Jamie Hughes
    • 641
    • 4
    • England Glen Durrant
    • 626
    • 5
    • England James Hurrell
    • 591
    • 6
    • Netherlands Jeffrey Sparidaans
    • 573
    • 7
    • Netherlands Wesley Harms
    • 539
    • 8
    • Belgium Geert de Vos
    • 513
    • 9
    • England Martin Adams
    • 504
    • 10
    • Switzerland Thomas Junghans
    • 503
  • Updated on 26/09/2016 10:09 Points
    • 1
    • England Deta Hedman
    • 2020
    • 2
    • Netherlands Aileen de Graaf
    • 1930
    • 3
    • Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova
    • 1002
    • 4
    • England Lisa Ashton
    • 920
    • 5
    • Netherlands Sharon Prins
    • 600
    • 6
    • England Rachel Brooks
    • 599
    • 7
    • England Fallon Sherrock
    • 562
    • 8
    • Australia Corrine Hammond
    • 560
    • 9
    • England Lorraine Winstanley
    • 481
    • 10
    • Netherlands Anca Zijlstra
    • 443