Webster, from Denbigh, will be making his fourth appearance in the World Cup of Darts in Hamburg having gone to the brink of victory in his three previous outings.
Webster, who is sponsored by leading trade paint manufacturer Leyland Paints, reached the final with Barrie Bates in 2010 and has gone to the semi-final in the last two years with Richie Burnett – who he will be teaming up with again in this year’s event. (more…)
The 30-year-old from Denbigh heads to the UK Open in Minehead full of confidence after his brilliant return to form at the World Championships over Christmas, where he reached the quarter-final.
The Welshman continued that excellent run throughout the UK Open qualifiers, reaching the last 16 three times and quarter finals once to finish 19th on the order of merit after six events. (more…)
Webster, who had reached the last eight by defeating van Gerwen’s Dutch compatriot Raymond van Barneveld, fell 3-0 and 4-1 behind but fought back brilliantly before eventually losing out 5-3. (more…)
Mark Webster claimed a brilliant victory over five-time World Champion Raymond van Barneveld to move into the quarter-finals of the World Darts Championship on Friday evening.
The Welsh left-hander won the last six legs to force his way into the last eight, winning in a deciding set for the third consecutive game. (more…)
Mark Webster moved into the last 16 of the World Championship in dramatic style after winning a thrilling match against John Henderson on Sunday evening.
Former World Champion Webster took out five finishes of over 100 in a gripping encounter at London’s Alexandra Palace; with the Welshman eventually triumphing in a seventh set tie-break. (more…)
Mark Webster won through to the second round of the World Championship after coming out on top in an exciting opener against Mensur Suljovic.
The Welsh ace was made to work hard for the victory, eventually triumphing in a deciding set tie-break, with the aid of a spectacular 150 finish, after twice falling a set behind. (more…)
The former World Champion had defeated Wes Newton and Ross Smith to reach the last 16 but could not see off the 2010 winner, losing out 10-6 after Waites won the final four legs to progress. (more…)
Webster, who had already beaten Newton but lost to Simon Whitlock prior to a decisive evening on Monday, claimed a 5-3 win against Ross Smith to boost his chances of qualification in his final Group G match.
But Newton’s 5-4 win against Whitlock left them at deadlock, setting up the shoot-out which the Welshman won convincingly.
Mark Webster gave his hopes of progressing from a tough Grand Slam of Darts group a brilliant boost by defeating world number eight Wes Newton in his opening match.
The Welsh left-hander raced back from being two legs behind to seal the win, hitting a sensational 164 checkout along the way.