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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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  • Denmark Jan Larsen (63)
  • England Jack Hill (27)
  • South Africa Les Francis (61)
  • Wales David Smith-Hayes (50)
  • Ireland Republic Francis Carragher (28)
  • England Peter Gallacher (35)
Other...
  • England Peter Roebuck (46 in 2 days)
  • England Robert Lightfoot (42 in 2 days)
  • England John Bowles (50 in 2 days)
  • England Ben Davies-ENG (37 in 3 days)
  • Sweden Peter Sajwani (40 in 3 days)
  • England Derek Williams-LIV (34 in 3 days)
  • England Peter Evison (53 in 3 days)
  • Scotland Alan McNiven (41 in 3 days)
  • England Chris Thompson (46 in 3 days)
  • England Martyn Turner (48 in 3 days)
  • England Keith Carter (54 in 3 days)
  • England Jamie Ellam (46 in 3 days)
  • England James Clifton (40 in 4 days)
  • England Ian McFarlane (47 in 4 days)
  • Poland Krzysztof Strozyk (37 in 4 days)
  • Scotland Jason Hogg (35 in 4 days)
  • England Ricky Williams (28 in 5 days)
  • England Steve Kingdon (56 in 5 days)
  • England Scott Dale (23 in 5 days)
  • Scotland Rab Smith (69 in 5 days)
  • England Andy Pearce (35 in 5 days)
  • South Africa Graham Filby (47 in 5 days)
  • England Danny Kay (32 in 5 days)
  • Isle of Man Paul Palmer (44 in 6 days)
  • England Wayne Thomas (43 in 6 days)
  • England Scott Johnson (25 in 6 days)
  • England Mark Hylton (51 in 6 days)
  • Austria Zoran Lerchbacher (45 in 6 days)
  • Netherlands Albertino Essers (48 in 6 days)
  • Netherlands Sven Groen (22 in 6 days)
  • England Mick Gorst (49 in 6 days)
  • England Chris Dobey (27 in 7 days)

Tournament calendar

Ongoing event

From: Wednesday 24 May 2017
Till: Thursday 25 May 2017
Professional Darts Corporation

Dubai Darts Masters 2017

Dubai Tennis Stadium, Dubai

In 2013 the PDC launched the World Series. In that year, the PDC sends eight top players to Dubai and Sydney to spread the sport more global. In the years that follow the cycle steadily expanded and in 2015 the World Series Finals appear on the calendar. In 2017 six World Series events are on the calendar plus the World Series of Darts Finals: 24-25 May - Dubai Darts Masters6-7 July - Shanghai Darts Masters 14-15 July - U.S. Darts Masters11-13 August - Auckland Darts Masters18-20 August - Melbourne Darts Masters25-27 August - Perth Darts Masters4-5 November - World Series of Darts Finals The line-up per tournament is different

Upcoming matches
    • 19:50
    • Scotland Gary Anderson
    • England Phil Taylor
    • 20:40
    • Netherlands Michael van Gerwen
    • Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld
    • 25/05
    • Wales Gerwyn Price
    • 25/05
    • Scotland Peter Wright
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Prize money
  1. £20,000
  2. £10,000
  3. £5,000
  4. Total: £60,000
Reigning champion:
Reigning champion of Dubai Darts Masters 2016
Photographer: Dubai Duty Free
Scotland Gary Anderson

Last TV Tournament

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

Premier League 2017

Various cities Various cities

The 2017 Premier League starts on February 2 in Newcastle. Michael van Gerwen, like the four previous years, finishes the regular competition top of the table. During the playoffs the titleholder wavers, but in the end the Dutchman wins his third Premier League title. 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 are given to Phil Taylor and Raymond van Barneveld. The last four spots are PDC wildcards. This year these four spots go to James Wade, Dave Chisnall, Jel...

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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 2017
Photographer: Lawrence Lustig/PDC
Netherlands Michael van Gerwen

PDC Order of Merit

  • Updated on 22/05/2017 08:05 Prize money
    • 1
    • Netherlands Michael van Gerwen Netherlands van Gerwen
    • £1,722,250
    • 2
    • Scotland Gary Anderson Scotland Anderson
    • £743,000
    • 3
    • Scotland Peter Wright Scotland Wright
    • £674,250
    • 4
    • England Adrian Lewis England Lewis
    • £391,500
    • 5
    • England Dave Chisnall England Chisnall
    • £372,250
    • 6
    • England James Wade England Wade
    • £370,500
    • 7
    • Austria Mensur Suljovic Austria Suljovic
    • £333,500
    • 8
    • Netherlands Jelle Klaasen Netherlands Klaasen
    • £330,500
    • 9
    • England Phil Taylor England Taylor
    • £327,250
    • 10
    • England Michael Smith England Smith
    • £321,250

BDO Ranking

  • Updated on 22/05/2017 10:05 Points
    • 1
    • England Glen Durrant England Durrant
    • 422
    • 2
    • England Mark McGeeney England McGeeney
    • 353
    • 3
    • England Jamie Hughes England Hughes
    • 341
    • 4
    • England Scott Mitchell England Mitchell
    • 312
    • 5
    • Wales Dean Reynolds Wales Reynolds
    • 293
    • 6
    • Netherlands Danny Noppert Netherlands Noppert
    • 269
    • 7
    • Scotland Ross Montgomery Scotland Montgomery
    • 269
    • 8
    • England Darryl Fitton England Fitton
    • 258
    • 9
    • Netherlands Wesley Harms Netherlands Harms
    • 257
    • 10
    • England Scott Waites England Waites
    • 253
  • Updated on 22/05/2017 10:05 Points
    • 1
    • England Deta Hedman England Hedman
    • 447
    • 2
    • England Lisa Ashton England Ashton
    • 427
    • 3
    • Netherlands Aileen de Graaf Netherlands de Graaf
    • 372
    • 4
    • Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova Russia Dobromyslova
    • 365
    • 5
    • England Lorraine Winstanley England Winstanley
    • 357
    • 6
    • Australia Corrine Hammond Australia Hammond
    • 347
    • 7
    • England Trina Gulliver-MBE England Gulliver-MBE
    • 343
    • 8
    • England Fallon Sherrock England Sherrock
    • 312
    • 9
    • Netherlands Sharon Boxem-Prins Netherlands Boxem-Prins
    • 296
    • 10
    • Wales Rhian Griffiths Wales Griffiths
    • 254

WDF Ranking

  • Updated on 22/05/2017 10:05 Points
    • 1
    • England Glen Durrant England Durrant
    • 751
    • 2
    • Scotland Ross Montgomery Scotland Montgomery
    • 703
    • 3
    • Netherlands Willem Mandigers Netherlands Mandigers
    • 689
    • 4
    • Belgium Andy Baetens Belgium Baetens
    • 681
    • 5
    • England Scott Mitchell England Mitchell
    • 640
    • 6
    • England Jamie Hughes England Hughes
    • 597
    • 7
    • Belgium Geert de Vos Belgium de Vos
    • 592
    • 8
    • Lithuania Darius Labanauskas Lithuania Labanauskas
    • 547
    • 9
    • England Mark McGeeney England McGeeney
    • 512
    • 10
    • England James Hurrell England Hurrell
    • 500
  • Updated on 22/05/2017 10:05 Points
    • 1
    • England Deta Hedman England Hedman
    • 1951
    • 2
    • Netherlands Aileen de Graaf Netherlands de Graaf
    • 1912
    • 3
    • Netherlands Sharon Boxem-Prins Netherlands Boxem-Prins
    • 1108
    • 4
    • Australia Corrine Hammond Australia Hammond
    • 1070
    • 5
    • England Lisa Ashton England Ashton
    • 806
    • 6
    • Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova Russia Dobromyslova
    • 788
    • 7
    • England Fallon Sherrock England Sherrock
    • 670
    • 8
    • England Trina Gulliver-MBE England Gulliver-MBE
    • 601
    • 9
    • England Lorraine Winstanley England Winstanley
    • 580
    • 10
    • New Zealand Tina Osborne New Zealand Osborne
    • 477