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Monthly Archives: May 2019

  1. Brilliant White does it again!

    Brilliant White does it again!

    Ian White claimed arguably the biggest win of his career as he beat home favourite Michael Van Gerwen to take the Dutch Darts Masters title.

    It’s back-to-back European Tour wins for the Team Unicorn star and this victory moves him into the top 10 in the world rankings.

    White defied the odds and a partisan home crowd to win a thrilling final 8-7 in Zwolle.

    “It is an incredible feeling to win a big final and beat the best player in the world to achieve that,” he said. “It’s something I’ve always wanted to do. Of course the crowd were right behind Michael, but this will be a massive boost for me ahead of the World Matchplay. I will succeed on

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  2. Suns and Riders Win Play-off Finals At The O2

    Suns and Riders Win Play-off Finals At The O2

    The BBL and WBBL’s show-stopping marquee event at London’s O2 Arena took place over the weekend, with the very best male and female basketball players fighting it out to take home the BBL Play-offs title.

    In the BBL final, the perennial favourites Leicester Riders took on the reigning BBL Trophy winners, the London City Royals. It was familiar territory for the defending-champion Riders who reached their sixth final in eight years.

    BBL Play-off FinalThe Riders came flying out of the gates to take an early eight-point lead at the end of the first quarter but the Royals fought hard in the second quarter to keep the gap the same, with both sides picking up 21 points in the quarter.

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  3. The Wonder of Ward!

    The Wonder of Ward!
    What a day, what a moment, what a win!
    Team Unicorn youngster Harry Ward has claimed a magical maiden senior PDC title as he won a thrilling final against Max Hopp to win Players Championship 16 in Barnsley.
    Just four months after winning a Tour Card at Q School, Ward held his nerve to show once again why he is going to be a big hit in the world of darts.
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  4. Wade chasing Premier League glory

    Wade chasing Premier League glory
    James Wade is through to the Premier League play-offs at the O2 Arena.
    The Team Unicorn star actually knew he had made the semi-finals before his clash with Rob Cross in Leeds. Mensur Suljovic’s defeat to Michael Van Gerwen guaranteed Wade’s spot in those play-offs.
    In the end though, he did it in style as he beat Cross 8-6 to guarantee a 3rd place finish. Wade’s victory also denied Cross top spot in the league. That honour went to defending
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  5. Unicorn continues to invest in the future as Rydz signs on

    Unicorn continues to invest in the future as Rydz signs on
    He is one of the top young talents in the sport and Callan Rydz is now a member of Team Unicorn.
    The 20-year-old Geordie has been earning rave reviews this year and has just claimed a first PDC title.
    “It has been like a whirlwind for me” he said. “To sign with the biggest name in darts is incredible and with their support, I really think I can achieve great things.”
    Rydz is good friends with fellow Unicorn stars Chris Dobey and Adam Hunt and
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  6. Finally it’s all White on a European night!

    Finally it’s all White on a European night!
    It was a case of third time lucky for Team Unicorn ace Ian White who has won the European Darts Grand Prix.
    After losing back-to-back Euro Tour Finals to Michael van Gerwen, White finally got over the line on a dramatic night in Germany.
    He survived a match dart to beat Peter Wright 8-7 to claim a second European tour title in Sindelfingen.
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  7. White goes close again in Graz!

    White goes close again in Graz!

    Team Unicorn star Ian White continued his excellent run of form as he was by edged out by World no.1 Michael Van Gerwen 8-7 in the Austrian Darts Open final in Graz on Sunday night.

    White took an early 3-1 lead as he followed up two 14-darters with a 138 checkout, only for Van Gerwen to win three in a row and move 4-3 up.

    The pair then traded the next four legs before a 13-dart break of throw from Van Gerwen saw him open up a 7-5 lead and move to the brink of victory.

    Legs of 14 and 15 darts from White saw him take the contest all the way, but Van Gerwen - with the advantage of throw - produced a brilliant 13-darter to secure yet another triumph.

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  8. Lowe's Greatest Day

    Lowe's Greatest Day

    EXCLUSIVE: Unicorn World Champion Ambassador John Lowe gives a fascinating behind the scenes insight, as he visited Buckingham Palace to receive his MBE

    Going to Buckingham Palace to receive my MBE was and will be one of the most memorable days of my life, I have long time been an admirer and supporter of the Royal Family, I used to imagine going through those gates into the Palace with hundreds of people looking through the railings, never did I realise one day I would drive through into the quadrangle in 301 UP. 

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  9. De Zwaan races to Players Championship triumph

    De Zwaan races to Players Championship triumph
    The brilliant Jeffrey de Zwaan looked imperious as he won Players Championship 14 on Wednesday.
    It is a second senior PDC title for the Unicorn star as he fired in a succession of 100+ averages and thrashed Stephen Bunting 8-2 in the final at Barnsley.
    The young Dutch star is now up to No.36 in the world rankings and his stock continues to rise. He also hit three of the top 10 averages over the two Pro Tour days in South Yorkshire.
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