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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 continues form in Jena

Daryl continued his solid form at the HappyBet German Darts Masters at the Sparkassen-Arena in Jena, Germany.

Luck of the draw didn't favour Superchin as he drew fellow qualifer, two-time former World Champion Adrian Lewis in round one, but he wasn't phased and took the match in a last leg decider 6-5.

Day two wasn't so kind for Daryl, as he lost out 4-6 to Jelle Klaasen.

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Daryl at the 2016 World Grand Prix

A fantastic year continues for Superchin, as he powers through the field in Dublin, the “double in” format doesn’t worry Daryl!

First Round: Daryl Gurney 2-1 Mensur Suljovic

Second Round: Daryl Gurney 3-0 Steve West

Quarter Finals: Dave Chisnall 3-1 Daryl Gurney

Daryl reached only his second major ranking quarter-final as he swept past Steve West in straight sets to set up a tie with Dave Chisnall.  West had caused a sensation by knocking out 11-time World Grand Prix champion Phil Taylor on Monday night, but was unable to repeat the heroics as Gurney – who is still recovering from a broken bone in his throwing hand – edged all three sets in a deciding leg.

“I’m happy with the win but I know I’ll probably have to improve a lot to beat Dave Chisnall,” said Gurney. “My scoring was fine tonight but I’m trying my best with every single dart I throw. I’ve only been back playing since last Tuesday so I’m surprising myself with everything I’m doing. I’m trying not to rush myself and I’m trying to concentrate as much as I can on every throw.”

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Buy Daryl's signed darts shirts

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 and Blue versions, in Small to XXL sizes.

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Daryl has his best World Championship so far in 2017

Daryl's produced his best performance yet at the 2017 William Hill World Championship at the Alexandra Palace, London.


After an impressive 3-1 first round victory over Dutchman Jermaine Wattimena, Daryl then came through two thrilling encounters against Robert Thornton, and Mark Webster, coming through them both in final set deciders 4-3.


Daryl's then lost out 1-5 in his first World Championship quarter final against world number one, and eventual World Championship winner, Michael van Gerwen.


This personal best performance for 'Superchin' sees him climb to number 21 in the PDC Order of Merit, and continues his dramatic rise up through the rankings since winning his PDC Tour Card back in 2013.

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Daryl starts UK Open qualification

It was an up and down weekend for Daryl as he tackled the first three UK Open Qualifiers in Wigan.

On day one, he lost second round to Jonathan Worsley 4-6 and the same occurred on day two, this time losing 4-6 to Ryan de Vreede,

On day three, he faired a lot better, first beating Jack Todd 6-2 and then Adrian Gray by the same scoreline to pick up the neccessary money to hopefully qualify him for the UK Open Finals in Minehead.

Now all that is left is to kick on and try to book his place in the top 32 qualifiers to see him book his place in round three at the overall finals.

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Daryl makes top seedings for Minehead

Daryl secured his place at the UK Open Finals, narrowly missing out on a spot in the top 32 of the Order of Merit, but within the top 64, which means he enters the final stages in round two.

It was on Sunday where 'Superchin' had his best run of the six events, reaching the last 16 at the Robin Park Arena in Wigan.

The UK Open Finals will be held at Bultins in Minhead from March 3rd - 5th and will be shown live on ITV4 so make sure to tune in to follow Daryl's progress.

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Daryl off to a flier in Players Championships

Daryl made a great start to the Players Championship season this weekend, at the Metrodome in Barnsley.

On day one, he reached the last 16 before losing out to the in-form Simon Whitlock, recording victories over Diogo Portela, Wayne Jones and Ryan Meikle on the way.

Despite a great run on Saturday, 'Superchin' wasn't finished and he did even better on day two, reaching the semi finals before running into Peter Wright. Scott Taylor, Richard North, Devon Peteresen, Ronny Huybrechts and Robert Owen were all defeated as Daryl secured his best tournament run since October.

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Daryl reaches UK Open semi finals

Daryl enjoyed a superb weekend at the UK Open in Minehead, reaching the semi finals of a televised major for the second time.

Starting on Friday in round two on the main stage, 'Superchin' defeated Ryan Palmer 6-3 before taking out Riley's qualifier, and UK Open ever-present, Alex Roy.

Saturday saw Daryl win 10-3 in a repeat of his victory at the World Championship over Mark Webster, and then see off Dutchman Vincent van der Voort 10-5.

The final day saw Daryl pull off a dramatic 10-9 win over Simon Whitlock, throwing an average over 100 in doing so. Unfortunately, the semi finals was the end of the road for 'Superchin' as he lost out 5-11 to Peter Wright, but it was a great weekend for the Northern Irishman, and it was undoubtedly the first of many for him in 2017.

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Price not right for Daryl

Daryl enjoyed another successful weekend on the Pro Tour at the Barnsley Metrodome.

Despite missing out on qualification for the HappyBet German Darts Championship on Friday, the Saturday saw him reach the quarter finals, defeating Robert Owen 6-2 and Mick Todd 6-3 before taking out two-time former World Champion Gary Anderson 6-4 and then followed that with a victory over Mensur Suljovic 6-2. His run for the day ended in the last eight, losing 4-6 to Gerwyn Price.

On Sunday, 'Superchin' faired well again, defeating Richie Edhouse 6-2 and Yordi Meeuwisse 6-1 before Gerwyn Price inflicted a double punishment to him, by the same 4-6 scoreline.

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Daryl qualifies for German Masters

Daryl celebrated on Friday night as he qualifed for the HappyBet German Masters, defeating Lee Bryant and James Richardson to reach the event in Jena.

Saturday, saw him only progress as far as round two in Players Championship 5, defeating Mark Barilli 6-2 but losing out to Peter Jacques 3-6.

Sunday saw a slight improvement, reaching round three after wins over Antonia Alcinas 6-2 and Jamie Lewis 6-2 before suffering defeat against Raymond van Barneveld 4-6.

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Daryl just short of Barnsley Double

Daryl was just one leg away from securing a double victory at the Barnsley Metrodome for Players Championships 7 & 8. The feat was even more impressive when considering Saturday was his first Pro Tour victory.

Despite losing out early in theh qualifier for the HappyBet German Darts Open to Paul Nicholson, Superchin hit back securing the tournamen win on Saturday, defeating Kim Huybrechts 6-3 in the final after victories over Simon Whitlock and Gerwyn Price among others.

Sunday saw him make another final where he narrowly lost out 5-6 to Joe Cullen after seeing off Dave Chisnall and James Wade on the way.