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Jacques Nieuwlaat 2016

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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Tournament calendar

Ongoing event

From: Thursday 2 February 2017
Till: Thursday 18 May 2017
Professional Darts Corporation

Premier League 2017

Various cities Various cities

The Premier League 2017 begins on February 2nd in Newcastle. Again, ten players will participate in this edition. This means that after nine weeks, when all ten players have played against each other once, two players will be dropped. In the remaining six weeks, all players must complete seven matches against the remaining opponents. The playoffs are in London on May 18th. Michael van Gerwen is the defending champion. The World’s top four are automatically qualified for the 2017 Premier League, these are Michael van Gerwen, Gary Anderson, Peter Wright and Adrian Lewis. In addition, the British broadcaster Sky Sports has two wildcards, which ...

Upcoming matches
    • 30/03
    • Scotland Peter Wright
    • Belgium Kim Huybrechts
    • 30/03
    • England Phil Taylor
    • Netherlands Jelle Klaasen
    • 30/03
    • Scotland Gary Anderson
    • England Adrian Lewis
    • 30/03
    • Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld
    • England James Wade
    • 30/03
    • Netherlands Michael van Gerwen
    • England Dave Chisnall
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Prize money
  1. £250,000
  2. £120,000
  3. £80,000
  4. Total: £825,000
Reigning champion:
Reigning champion of Premier League 2016
Photographer: Lawrende Lustig/PDC
Netherlands Michael van Gerwen

Last TV Tournament

From: Friday 3 March 2017
Till: Sunday 5 March 2017
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Professional Darts Corporation

UK Open 2017

Butlins Minehead, Minehead

The UK Open 20176 was held in Minehead for the fourth time. The tournament was played from March 3rd till 5th. Via the six UK Open qualifiers 96 players qualified for the main event. The remaining 32 participants came as usual from several regional qualifying tournaments. Defending champion Michael van Gerwen had to pull out through injury. He had qualified, but in the run-up to the tournament was struck with a back injury. In addition to the cancellation of Michael van Gerwen, Phil Taylor wasn’t there for the first time and that proved to be the recipe for a very open edition of the UK Open. When Gary Anderson, James Wade and Adrian Lewis a...

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Prize money:
  1. £70,000
  2. £35,000
  3. £17,500
  4. Total: £350,000
Reigning champion:
Reigning champion of UK Open 2017
Photographer: TipTopPics/Chris Sargeant
Scotland Peter Wright

PDC Order of Merit

  • Updated on 13/03/2017 09:03 Prize money
    • 1
    • Netherlands Michael van Gerwen Netherlands van Gerwen
    • £1,728,000
    • 2
    • Scotland Gary Anderson Scotland Anderson
    • £744,750
    • 3
    • Scotland Peter Wright Scotland Wright
    • £583,500
    • 4
    • England Adrian Lewis England Lewis
    • £407,750
    • 5
    • England James Wade England Wade
    • £381,500
    • 6
    • England Dave Chisnall England Chisnall
    • £358,250
    • 7
    • England Phil Taylor England Taylor
    • £338,000
    • 8
    • Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld Netherlands van Barneveld
    • £314,000
    • 9
    • Netherlands Jelle Klaasen Netherlands Klaasen
    • £310,000
    • 10
    • Austria Mensur Suljovic Austria Suljovic
    • £309,250

BDO Ranking

  • Updated on 20/03/2017 12:03 Points
    • 1
    • England Glen Durrant England Durrant
    • 420
    • 2
    • England Jamie Hughes England Hughes
    • 341
    • 3
    • England Mark McGeeney England McGeeney
    • 328
    • 4
    • England Scott Mitchell England Mitchell
    • 314
    • 5
    • Wales Dean Reynolds Wales Reynolds
    • 299
    • 6
    • Netherlands Danny Noppert Netherlands Noppert
    • 276
    • 7
    • Netherlands Wesley Harms Netherlands Harms
    • 267
    • 8
    • England Darryl Fitton England Fitton
    • 263
    • 9
    • England Scott Waites England Waites
    • 257
    • 10
    • Lithuania Darius Labanauskas Lithuania Labanauskas
    • 257
  • Updated on 20/03/2017 12:03 Points
    • 1
    • England Deta Hedman England Hedman
    • 461
    • 2
    • England Lisa Ashton England Ashton
    • 413
    • 3
    • Netherlands Aileen de Graaf Netherlands de Graaf
    • 389
    • 4
    • Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova Russia Dobromyslova
    • 365
    • 5
    • Australia Corrine Hammond Australia Hammond
    • 347
    • 6
    • England Lorraine Winstanley England Winstanley
    • 339
    • 7
    • England Trina Gulliver-MBE England Gulliver-MBE
    • 326
    • 8
    • England Fallon Sherrock England Sherrock
    • 292
    • 9
    • Netherlands Sharon Prins Netherlands Prins
    • 291
    • 10
    • Wales Rhian Griffiths Wales Griffiths
    • 245

WDF Ranking

  • Updated on 27/02/2017 10:02 Points
    • 1
    • Lithuania Darius Labanauskas Lithuania Labanauskas
    • 900
    • 2
    • England Glen Durrant England Durrant
    • 731
    • 3
    • England Jamie Hughes England Hughes
    • 705
    • 4
    • Netherlands Danny Noppert Netherlands Noppert
    • 650
    • 5
    • Netherlands Willem Mandigers Netherlands Mandigers
    • 650
    • 6
    • Belgium Geert de Vos Belgium de Vos
    • 612
    • 7
    • England Darryl Fitton England Fitton
    • 579
    • 8
    • Netherlands Wesley Harms Netherlands Harms
    • 575
    • 9
    • England James Hurrell England Hurrell
    • 571
    • 10
    • Netherlands Jeffrey Sparidaans Netherlands Sparidaans
    • 537
  • Updated on 27/02/2017 10:02 Points
    • 1
    • Netherlands Aileen de Graaf Netherlands de Graaf
    • 2002
    • 2
    • England Deta Hedman England Hedman
    • 1962
    • 3
    • Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova Russia Dobromyslova
    • 1200
    • 4
    • England Lisa Ashton England Ashton
    • 946
    • 5
    • Netherlands Sharon Prins Netherlands Prins
    • 914
    • 6
    • Australia Corrine Hammond Australia Hammond
    • 846
    • 7
    • England Lorraine Winstanley England Winstanley
    • 582
    • 8
    • England Paula Jacklin England Jacklin
    • 549
    • 9
    • England Trina Gulliver-MBE England Gulliver-MBE
    • 520
    • 10
    • England Fallon Sherrock England Sherrock
    • 510