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Welcome - Official Website of PDC Professional Daryl Gurney

Daryl’s experienced management team MDA Promotions and

MItchell Promotions have put their darts webmaster on the case,

JS Webs 180, and this website is the proud home of the Northern

Irish darts sensation, Daryl ‘Superchin’ Gurney.

Daryl impressed darts fans with his fantastic performances at his

first PDC World championships, and then immediately won his

PDC Tour Card at the tough qualifying school on day 2. At his first

PDC event, the UK Masters Euro Tour qualifying event in Crawley,

he qualified for the £100,000 tournament at Minehead – winning

through to the last 24 of a 100+ field of PDC professionals.

Now an established talent on the PDC tour, Daryl has already

impressed with a number of scalps and TV tournament runs. 2015

was a real breakthrough year, and his form has continued int0

2016. Ranked 32nd in the world, with a semi-final appearance

at he televised 2015 Players Championships, Daryl is now a

recognised star of the sport of darts.

Daryl edged out in last sixteen by White

Daryl was narrowly defeated in the last sixteen of the HappyBet German Darts Grand Prix at the Maimarkhalle in Mannheim.

After a comfortable 6-1 victory over Keegan Brown in round two on Saturday, Superchin was involved in a titanic tussle with Ian 'Diamond' White the following day, but was finally defeated in a last leg decider 5-6.

Gurney turns up the heat in Wigan

Daryl was in Wigan this weekend for another two Players Championship events as the race for the World Matchplay places heats up.

Already assured of his place in Blackpool, it was a chance for Gurney to continue his fine form so far in 2017 and he did just that with a run to the semi finals of Players Championship 13 on Saturday recording victories over Josh Payne, John Michael, Terry Temple, Darren Webster and Mensur Suljovic before losing out to Gary Anderson.

Event 14 on Sunday saw him reach the quarter finals in a run which included wins over Andy Boulton, Kevin Painter, Joe Murnan and Wayne Jones before he fell in the last eight to Rob Cross 4-6.

Gurney makes the last eight in Austria

Daryl made the quarter finals at the Austrian Darts Open in Schwechat, taking him to the top of the list for the sixteen qualification spots for the World Matchplay in Blackpool at the end of July.

After a 6-2 victory over Jonny Clayton on Saturday at the Multiversum, Gurney had to face Benito van de Pas on the final day of the event. A 6-3 victory for Daryl took him into the quarter finals where he lost out 3-6 to Spain's Cristo Reyes.

Fine form continues for Gurney

Daryl continued his fine form with a run to the last 16 at the HappyBet European Darts Open in Leverkusen, Germany this weekend.

Entering the tournament on Saturday, Daryl was victorious in a superb eleven leg thriller of a match, finally defeating Jerry Hendriks 6-5.

On the final day, Daryl faced off against Michael Smith, losing 3-6 but continues to impress in the build up to the World Matchplay later this month.

For the full match reports, click here...


Daryl ‘Superchin’ Gurney is becoming the star his darts talent demanded, and to celebrate his new nickname, his management team have designed a new superhero darts shirt for him.

You can buy them (signed by Daryl himself) via his Merchandise page – in Red, Blue, Green, Pink and Silver, in Small to 7XL sizes.

Gurney on fire in Barnsley again

Daryl once again showed how much he loves playing at the Metrodome in Barnsley. Last time out he won his first PDC Pro Tour title and followed it with a runner-up spot back in April.

This time round in Players Championships 15 & 16, he was just short of achieving the same feat as he continued to show great form in the run up to the World Matchplay in Blackpool.

Saturday saw Daryl reach the final, eventually losing out 1-6 to a superb Darren Webster. and Sunday saw him make the semi finals, losing out 2-6 to Joe Cullen.

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So close in Vegas for Daryl

Daryl was in his element in Las Vegas for his World Series debut at the US Darts Masters.

Superchin showed why he is climbing the rankings so swiftly this year with some great performances in reaching the final in his first attempt at the annual invitational event series on ITV4.

Despatching Dennis Sayre in round one was just the beginning as Daryl was in superb form defeating Peter Wright and Gary Anderson before narrowly losing out in the final to Michael van Gerwen 6-8.

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Daryl makes World Matchplay semi final

Daryl's superb run of form in major competitions continued in Blackpool as he made the semi finals of the BetVictor World Matchplay.

It was a nervy first round for Superchin as he edged out Benito van de Pas 11-9 in a tie-breaker, but he pulled out one of the performances of the tournament in defeating two-time World Champion Gary Anderson in round two.

Daryl continued where he left off in the quarter finals, defeating Mensur Suljovic 16-13 before he was narrowly defeated 15-17 by Peter Wright in the last four.

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Daryl consistent in Barnsley

Daryl had a consistent weekend at the Metrodome in Barnsley, as he took part in Players Championships 17 & 18, reaching the last sixteen.

On Saturday, he started with an emphatic 6-0 win over Maik Langendorf, then consecutive 6-2 wins against Jeffrey de Zwaan and his Northern ireland World Cup team-mate Brendan Dolan, before losing out 4-6 to Stephen Bunting.

The following day started with two 6-3 victories over Richie Burnett and Mike de Decker, then a 6-1 win over Kirk Shepherd before he fell at the same hurdle, this time to Ryan Searle 2-6.

Daryl reaches quarter finals in Auckland

Daryl made it through to the quarter finals of the Auckland Darts Masters, as kicked off his trio of World Series events in New Zealand.

Superchin made light work of former DPA Order of Merit winner Rod Modra, as he saw him off 6-2 in the first round.

In the last eight, Daryl came up against James Wade and despite breaking throw to lead 4-3, the Premier League star too the next five legs and Superchin trailed 4-8. He rallied to come back to 7-8 but lost the final two legs to eventually lose out 7-10.

Daryl makes Melbourne semi

Daryl kept up his great form in the World Series, with a semi final at the Unibet Melbourne Masters at the Hisense Arena, Melbourne.

He started with a 6-0 whitewash over Australian qualifier Dave Marland before meeting up with Gary Anderson in the quarter finals.

Superchin started superbly, leading 4-1 but the two-time World Champion rallied to draw level at 6-6. The game was nip and tuck all the way until Daryl broke towards the end of the match, and saw the game out 10-8.

In the last four, Daryl came up against another top opponent in Peter 'Snakebite' Wright, and was eventually beaten 4-11 by the World number three.

A second semi for Daryl in Australia

Daryl made another big impression at the World Series, making a second successive semi final, this time at the TABtouch Perth Darts Masters.

Superchin cruised to a flawless 6-0 victory in the first round, an average of 106 and, incredibly hitting 100% on his checkouts, was too much for qualifier Koha Kokiri.

After losing out to Peter Wright in Melbourne, Daryl took his revenge with a 10-4 win in the last eight to set up a match with five-time World Champion Raymond van Barneveld.

A superb match culminated in a tense final leg, where doubles in the final leg cost Superchin, and he eventually lost out 10-11.

Daryl makes quarter final on European return

Daryl reached the last eight of the Dutch Darts Masters, played at the MECC Maastricht.

Making a return to European competition after a successfull spell in the World Series, Superchin defeated Steve West 6-2 in round two before seeing off Nathan Aspinall by the same scoreline the following day in the last 16.

In the quarter finals, Daryl went toe-to-tow with Michael van Gerwen, and after 10 consecutive holds of throw the match came down to the final leg. Despite leaving D20 after just 12 darts, the world number one MVG took out 76 to break, and win the match.