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Gerwyn
Price’s decision to give up rugby to become a professional darts player
is paying dividends as the 30-year-old clinched the Worthington’s 2015
Darts Champion of Champions title and a check for £5,000 at the
weekend.

Price,
who played for Cross Keys, Neath and Glasgow during his rugby career,
won eight matches to emerge from the pack of 256 pub and club champions
from across the UK in front of a partisan audience at grand final held
at St David’s Hall, Cardiff. Ranked 30 in the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC), his aim is to get promoted into the world’s top 16 players next year.Gerwyn Price's decision to give up rugby to become a professional darts player is paying dividends as the 30-year-old clinched the Worthington's 2015 Darts Champion of Champions title and a check for £5,000 at the weekend.
Price, who played for Cross Keys, Neath and Glasgow during his rugby career, won eight matches to emerge from the pack of 256 pub and club champions from across the UK in front of a partisan audience at grand final held at St David's Hall, Cardiff.
Ranked 30 in the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC), his aim is to get promoted into the world's top 16 players next year.
Price, who lives in Markham, Caerphilly, was delighted to win the Champion of Champions contest, which is organised by Bridgend-based darts specialists Red Dragon Darts and Ebbw Vale-based pay-to-play entertainment equipment supplier Coinspinner with sponsorship from Molson Coors.
The competition was run on a best of three legs, 501 shoot-out format - the same as the former 'News of The World' competition - giving pub players a chance to beat the professionals before they had warmed up. Prize money totalling nearly £18,000 attracted players from as far away as Scotland and London.
"Unbelievable," was Price's initial response after beating fellow PDC top 100 player Ian Moss from Morden, Surrey 2-0 in the final. "To be honest,...
Might be the one or other wondered that I don't seem to be in
Dublin for the World Grand Prix this year. But the World Grand Prix is not the
only major tournament which is played at the moment! And to be sure I am in the
field though not in Dublin - but for the first time in Hull, where the Winmau
World Masters started yesterday.
The tournament - better the tournaments - already started on Tuesday with the
first phase of the new BDO Youth World Championship. A lot of the best youth
players from around the world were here anyway to take part in the World
Masters. In the final of the World Championship Harry Ward from England will
play against Dutch Colin Roelofs. On Wednesday the play-offs for the BDO World
Championship took place and from the field of participants Canadian Maria
Mason, Sarah Brent from England, Daniel Larsson from Sweden, Englishman Rhys
Hayden, Canadian Jeff Smith and Belgian Cedric Waegemans qualified - all for
the first time in Lakside.

On Thursday then the World Masters really started and my first impression when
I stood in the venue was: What enormous amount of dart players! In the Airco
Arena in Hull more then 60 dartboards were set up in four rows at which was
played simultaneously. There was one row for the youth, one for the ladies and
two for the men as those are usually most numerously. All players had to
qualify for the tournament. Different from the World Cup there are no national
teams - all players are there as individual players, which makes it not so easy
to identify them as most don't wear a national shirt - well some nations wore
it, the Canadians for example. But most players wear their own shirts often not
even with there really name but with a nickname or no name at all. Thus it took
me quite some time to sort out that the"Flame" was the German player
Daniel Zygla.

In the
unbelievable bustle it is almost impossible to have some kind of overview. But
I have to say the...
DARTSLIVE INTERNATIONAL Ltd. (HQ: Hong Kong, CEO: Steve S. K. Ngu), a subsidiary of DARTSLIVE Co., Ltd. (hereinafter called DARTSLIVE) announced in October 2012, a new partnership with Professional Darts Corporation (hereinafter called PDC), the professional body of darts in the UK.

This is the first official partnership that PDC, the prestigious steel tip darts organization ever formed with a soft tip darts company.DARTSLIVE introduced the world's first electronic darts network system (DARTSLIVE Service) in the year 2003. DARTSLIVE INTERNATIONAL Ltd. was established in 2012 as the hub of DARTSLIVE's international business.
Currently, DARTSLIVE Service is being provided in 9 countries in
Asia, America and Europe. 10,000 DARTSLIVE machines are now installed in
approximately 3,400 locations such as darts bars throughout the world.
(as of November 2012)

In addition to the expansion of the darts
service, DARTSLIVE has demonstrated its commitment to promoting the
sport of darts by hosting the global scale soft tip darts tournament
"THE WORLD". This tournament also serves as a place of communication
amongst the players around the world.

PDC was founded in 1992 in
the UK where the game of darts originated. PDC has produced star players
one after another by staging a wide range of world championship
tournaments.

In particular, one of the televised tournaments,
"Ladbrokes World Darts Championship" which is held annually in England
(London) has achieved global fame as "the greatest darts tournament in
the entire world" for its grand scale and outstanding quality.

The
synergy of this partnership will see the top players compete at the
world stage beyond the boundary of steel tip and soft tip darts.

DARTSLIVE2
machines will be set up in the exhibition booth during the "Ladbrokes
World Darts Championship" so that people who are not familiar with the
soft tip darts will be able to play on them and experience the
excitement of...