Robbie Green from England and Darius Labanauskas from Lituania will be the first on the oche to kick off the 2015 Lakeside men's championships. The women's championship will get underway with Trina Gulliver of England facing Anneke Kuijten of the Netherlands. All on Saturday 3rd January.
The second day of a dart filled week in Hull concluded on Thursday 9 October when the 6 qualifying places for the Lakeside Professional World Darts Championship were filled. In the men's competition, Sweden's Daniel Larsson is joined by debutants Jeff Smith (Canada), 20 year old Essex man Rhys Hayden and Belgium's Cedric Waegemans.
Entries are now open for the inaugural BDO World Youth Championship 2015. In the latest step in youth development in the BDO, the World Youth Championship has a total prize fund of £10,000 up for grabs, with the Final to be played at Lakeside during the 2015 Lakeside World Professional Darts Championship. The tournament has an unlimited entry level, and all players
The British Darts Organisation (BDO) are delighted to announce the staging of the inaugural BDO Youth World Championships. Following a knock out tournament the final will be played at the undisputed home of World Darts the Lakeside Country Club on 8th January 2015.
A prize fund of more than £20,000 is at stake in the BDo's Gold Cup Men's and Women's singles and pairs in what is expected to be an exciting and nailbiting tournament on Sat 5 July at the Lakeside Country Club.
Reigning women's champion Trina Gulliver opens the 2014 championship defending her title against Tamara Schuur of The Netherlands while Scott Waite and Alan Norris open the men's championships on 4 January 2014.