Author: cmurphy

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCMark Webster won through to the last 16 of the Grand Slam of Darts after winning two of his three group games in Wolverhampton. (more…)

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCMark Webster sealed qualification for three televised major tournaments after a successful weekend in Coventry.

The Welsh star’s charge began on Friday when he booked his place at both the Grand Slam of Darts and the World Series of Darts finals before securing his Players Championship finals spot on Sunday. (more…)

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCMark Webster is determined to take the positives from an excellent run at the World Grand Prix, despite being disappointed following his semi-final exit at the hands of Michael van Gerwen. (more…)

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCMark Webster sealed a dramatic deciding leg victory against Jelle Klaasen on Thursday to book his place in the last four of the World Grand Prix in Dublin. (more…)

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCMark Webster made Adrian Lewis the latest big-name casualty in this year’s World Grand Prix with a straight sets victory over the double World Champion in Dublin on Tuesday. (more…)

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCMark Webster held his nerve to stop a Stephen Bunting fightback and book his place in the second round of the World Grand Prix with an impressive victory in Dublin on Sunday. (more…)

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCFormer world champion Mark Webster is eyeing a successful 2015 after Leyland Paints extended its successful partnership with the Welshman over the next 12 months.

Webster joins world number one Michael van Gerwen and Australian ace Simon Whitlock in continuing as ‘Team Leyland’ for the coming year. (more…)

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCMark Webster was unable to produce a shock win against World Championship favourite Phil Taylor when the pair met on Sunday evening at London’s Alexandra Palace. (more…)

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCMark Webster set up a World Championship clash with Phil Taylor after disposing of Ron Meulenkamp in the first round on Sunday afternoon.

Webster, who famously defeated Taylor at Alexandra Palace in 2011, triumphed by three sets to one against Dutch youngster Meulenkamp.

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Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCFormer world champion Mark Webster insists he would relish the challenge of a festive showdown against darts legend Phil Taylor – but the Welsh thrower is refusing to contemplate the prospect too much.

Denbigh-based Webster is on a PDC World Championship collision course with 16-times winner Taylor at Alexandra Palace if both players win their opening match.

But the 2008 BDO world champion insists he is not looking beyond his first round meeting with Dutchman Ron Meulenkamp, which takes place in the afternoon session on Sunday, December 21. (more…)