Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the WDF World Championship.
First, Alex and Burton start their Lakeside review with the men's event, and look back on Neil Duff's victory in Sunday's final, as well as discuss what Thibault Tricole's run to the final could do for darts in France.
Then, Neil Duff (13:49) calls in to reflect on his triumph at Lakeside, becoming the first player from Northern Ireland to win a World Championship, and his new goal to be a good world champion.
Next, Alex and Burton continue their Lakeside review with a look back at the women's event, which saw Beau Greaves make history at 18 years old as the youngest senior world champion.
Then, Beau Greaves (46:44) joins us to discuss her history-making week at Lakeside, receiving plaudits from Gerwyn Price and other professionals, and reveal what she sang at karaoke after winning the final on Sunday.
Up next, Berry van Peer (1:07:30) stops by ahead of making his long-awaited debut on the European Tour this weekend, and also looks back on his career so far, including winning a title on his first day on the Development Tour, playing with dartitis at the 2017 Grand Slam, and how he battled back to get his tour card again in 2020.
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