Don’t miss out on what will be a fantastic weekend of darts, a final reminder that over the weekend of the 14th and 15th July, with a bigger prize fund totalling a fantastic £11,600  the Winmau Darts Centre in the Wolverhampton Indoor Community Sports Arena, Racecourse Road, Dunstall, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV6 0QU will once again be staging their Winmau BDO Wolverhampton Classic and the Winmau BDO Wolverhampton Open.

Both knockouts will carry BDO category ‘B’ ranking points with the winner being entered into the 2018 Winmau World Masters and the 2019 Lakeside Play Offs

Cost of entry is £25 each day with prize money being paid out in both competitions down to the last 64 players. To enter players should visit

As a run up to this outstanding weekend of darts there will be a warm up knockout at the arena on Friday 13th July for which players can enter on the day.


At the time of going to print and after playing 17 fixtures Jordan Ward leads the Winmau Centre Thursday Night Champions League with a total of 79 points, three more than second placed Sam Aitkens who has played one game more than Ward.

With seven points available from each game Adam Quinton in third place is ten points behind Ward but with three games in hand while reigning champion and winner of the title for the past four seasons Mick Baker is currently placed sixth on 54 points with a massive seven games in hand which could net him 49 more points to give him a total of 103.


Again as reports go to print the lead of the Winmau Centre Monday Night League changes as former leaders Misfits lose pole position after going down 25-23 to fourth in the table Bloody Good Shot Sir!, this being Misfits only second defeat in fourteen games. On 495 points Misfits are now 19 short of new leaders Above Average who had the league’s biggest possible win 48-0 in week fourteen against Make Mine A Double. The Untouchables remain in third place, a 33-15 win over Keep It In The Family giving them 494 points, just one short of Misfits but 20 behind the leaders.