Webster joins world number one Michael van Gerwen and Australian ace Simon Whitlock in continuing as ‘Team Leyland’ for the coming year. (more…)
Webster, who famously defeated Taylor at Alexandra Palace in 2011, triumphed by three sets to one against Dutch youngster Meulenkamp.
Former 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…)
World Champion and world number one Michael van Gerwen will be the star attraction at the Leyland Paints Darts Dazzler, which takes place at the Batley Frontier on Wednesday December 3 at 7.30pm. (more…)
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…)