Darts fans are in for an exciting start to the year as Kirkcaldy celebrates sporting legend Jocky Wilson.
Every year fans flock to Alexandra Palace in their droves to watch the PDC World Darts Championship. Fancy dress is popular among the raucous crowd, which also usually includes plenty of famous faces. Here, Press Association Sport looks at the best outfits and the biggest names in attendance at this year’s tournament.
Michael Van Gerwen set up a potential PDC World Championship semi-final blockbuster with Gary Anderson by beating Ryan Joyce 5-1.
James Wade has apologised for controversial post-match comments that he “wanted to really hurt” Japanese opponent Seigo Asada and blamed his actions on a “hypomania episode”.
There is never a dull moment either side of the oche at the PDC World Championship at Alexandra Palace – a sixteen day arrow festival in front of a 10,000 sell out crowd with the winner lifting the Sid Waddell Trophy.
Angus arrows wonderkid Nathan set for Lakeside date after qualifying for second world youth darts final
Angus darts wonderkid Nathan Girvan will return to the famous Lakeside stage in January to contest a world final.
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Scots star Gary Anderson is among a number of big names taking part in a Dundee darts competition which will raise money for the Tayside Mountain Rescue Team.
Former Scotland international footballer Kevin Kyle has admitted playing darts in front of 200 people in Monifieth on Saturday night was more nerve-jangling than running out in front of 50,000 fans for Rangers.
Six Angus darts stars will represent Scotland in an Auld Enemy clash that will give the county’s darting talent further live TV exposure.