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34th Isle of Man International Festival of Darts

Updated on 15th February


IOM Classic    IOM Masters      IOM Open  Pairs    Mixed Youth Singles    Mixed Fours   
Mens 106 118 210 83 6 4
Ladies 32 34 44 19


14th February



The England Youth Grand Prix Finals to be played at March GER Club, Cambridgeshire have been brought forward a week, the new date is Sunday 20th October.

The change was made  to avoid a clash with the now scheduled Winmau World Masters on the original date of October 27th.







6th February


The England teams selected for the 2019 British Internationals, to be played in Scotland from the 5th to 7th April are :


Youth Teams

  Senior Teams
Beau Greaves (Yorkshire) Leighton Bennett (Yorkshire)   Casey Gallagher (Sussex)    Martin Adams (Cambridgeshire)   Mick Haynes (Cheshire)
Shannon Reeves (Bristol)     Keelan Kay (Glamorgan) Trina Gulliver (Lincolnshire)    Martin Atkins (Lancashire) Nigel Heydon (Warwickshire)   
  Mitchell McCarthy (Bristol) Deta Hedman (Oxfordshire) Martin Atkins (Yorkshire) Paul Hogan (Berkshire)
Brad Phillips (Hertfordshire) Maria O'Brien (Devon) Daniel Day (Essex) Paul Milford (Devon)
  Fallon Sherrock (Buckinghamshire)   Kev Dowling (Warwickshire) Scott Mitchell (Dorset)
Lorraine Winstanley (Yorkshire) Dennis Harbour (Cambridgeshire)    Wez Newton (Lancashire)

Congratulations to all those selected and we wish them the best of luck at the British Internationals.


4th February


70 youth players turned out over two venues to play in the England GP yesterday. In the North at Glasshoughton Club 37 entered the event with the overall winner being Luke Littler from Lancashire's taking out Cambridgeshire's Connor Arberry. Losing semi finalists were Paddy Hendly-Waite and Nathan Care. Beau Greaves won the Girls playoffs beating Natasha Kennedy in the final, losing semi finalists were Mia Mackenzie and Lauren Stokoe. Thanks goes to Louise Stockings and her team for running the event.


Glasshoughton, Yorkshire Winners Bitterne Park, Hampshire Winners
Beau Greaves Luke Littler Holly Meadwell Lewis Gurney

Meanwhile at the Southern play offs at Bitterne Park Social Club, there were 33 youth entries with Lewis Gurney beating Keelan Kay In the final with the losing semi finalists being  Tavis Dudeney and Jason Collins. Holly Meadwell won the Girls playoffs beating her sister Hannah, losing semi finalists were Eloise Milburn & Ellie Larsson-Brown. Thanks goes to Bradley Kirk/Lorrie King for running the event.

Well done to all the youth players attending the GP and good luck at your next event. The tables will published once all the results have been verified.

The next youth GP event will be the Youth Singles at the Isle of Man Festival.


31st January


Just a reminder that this Sunday 3rd February sees the first events in the 2019 Season Youth Grand Prix Season with events taking place at Yorkshire (Glasshoughton WMC - Louise Stockings) and Hampshire (Bitterne Park Social Club - Bradley Kirk) with the Yorkshire event being part of the Northern Regional Table and Hampshire event being part of the Southern Regional Table.


Players can enter ANY event they wish as long as they were Under 18 on 1st January 2019 - the only other rule that counts is Non members can only enter ONE event before becoming a England Youth  Member, if you wish to join as a member you will receive a discounted entry fee for every event and it can be done on the following link (if you intend to join please do so online instead of at one of the events if possible!), click on the link below.

The entry fee for all the events are Members : 5 and Non Members :10.

Please note the opening stages are Round Robin so you will be guaranteed more than one game!

If you have any questions about the events or the Youth system don't hesitate to contact me by e.mail at  bkirkenglanddarts@gmail.com or any of the England Officials - if you have a query regarding the Yorkshire Event/Venue etc please contact Louise and she will be happy to help and will be running that event.

Good luck to all players competing!

16th January






The prestigious England Darts Open weekend will take place at the newly built 15,000,000 White Horse complex. The event commences with the  Ladies Pentathlon on Thursday 13th June, an invitational event. Friday 14th June is the England National Singles, followed on  Saturday 15th June the Cat A+ Mens and Ladies England Open. A full schedule will be released soon but entries for the weekend are now live (see below). The youth will be run as the GP event on the Saturday.

If you haven't booked your van then please do so by contacting Bunn Leisure on 01243 606080 quoting 'DARTS'. Remember entry into the darts venue is via wristbands only and there will be a charge for those who book private vans or are day visitors Friday 5, Saturday 10, Sunday 10 or 20 for a full weekend pass.




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18th January 2019

It gives  me great pleasure in announcing that the Directors of the England Darts Organisation offer to Deta Hedman to become it's first Ambassador of Youth Darts, this very important position within the Organisation, has been Graciously accepted by Deta.

Deta currently our International Ladies Captain, is a worldwide icon of the sport of darts, competing and promoting the ladies game on every continent throughout the world for over 25 years.

Thanks to Deta's involvement in our inaugural series of events of the England Youth Darts Grand Prix and it's  widely acclaimed success, has resulted in the  expansion of the schedule for 2019, with England now bringing Grand Prix Darts throughout all the regions of our Country.

The Grand Prix Series, along with Youth Inter-Counties, England Youth Opens, are at the heart of our system, which can lead to representing England Youth at British Internationals and the World Darts Federation Europe and World Cups.

England couldn't have a better or more fitting role model for either young  boys or girls wishing to develop a career in the sport, via England Darts.

 Deta Hedman with the 2018 Grand Prix finalists    


On behalf of The England Darts Organisation Limited

Tommy Thompson - Chairman