The 23rd episode of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recaps yet another Euro Tour title for Michael van Gerwen, as this time he holds off Michael Smith in an epic final in Vienna. The team also discuss another semi-final for Cristo Reyes, more success from the Nordic & Baltic qualifiers on the European Tour, and some new rules changes and new events on the PDC calendar. The team are joined first by Michael Smith, who discusses his resurgent form in 2017 and his aim to reach the top 4 in the world over the next 18 months. Then, Chris Dobey drops in to discuss his Ally Pally debut and his hopes of making a debut next month at the Matchplay and reaching the top 32 in the world. Finally, the team look back on England's triumph in the Six Nations and Kyle McKinstrey's stand-out performance in Wales.
After a one-week break, the 22nd episode of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recaps a Euro Tour win from Michael van Gerwen, Pro Tour titles for Steve Beaton and Gary Anderson, and England Open and England National titles for Scott Mitchell, Geert de Vos, Lorraine Winstanley, and Deta Hedman. The team also discuss a resurgent Robert Thornton, another successful weekend for Daryl Gurney, and the hot start to 2017 for former podcast guests Richard North and Darren Johnson. The team are joined by Nick Kenny, fresh off a semi-final at the BDO World Trophy and ahead of his participation for Wales in the Six Nations. Additionally, we are pleased to have interviews from the Hampshire Open, courtesy of Matthew Kiernan.
The 21st episode of the Weekly Dartscast, featuring Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt. Listen as the team recaps Team Netherlands' triumph in the World Cup of Darts, as well as good performances from the Huybrechts brothers, Mensur Suljovic, and Max Hopp. The team discuss another poor showing from Adrian Lewis and their hopes for a World Cup that moves around from staging-to-staging. We are also joined by former World Championship finalist Andy Hamilton, who discusses his current form and his goals to get back to the elite top 16 in the world.