Another great weekend in Inverness as Jamie reached both the singles and triples finals. Hendo reached the semis of the singles.


Jamie had a great weekend at the Granite City Open by reaching the final where he eventually was defeated by Andy Boulton.

Hendo reached the Semi-Finals and Jason the Qtrs.


Hendo will play Holder Phil Taylor in the first round of this years World Match play in Blackpool.


Jason picked up the Ellon Open title with a 5 - 1 win over Chris Mackie in the final. He beat Jamie Bain 5 - 4 in the semis.


Hendo had a great weekend in Germany reaching the final of the Masters. He was narrowly defeated by World No 1 van Gerwin 6 - 5.

Henderson's run to the final was his best-ever on the PDC circuit, having reached his only previous semi-final in a Players Championship in Germany in 2011.

A quarter-finalist in last year's German Darts Masters - had battled through the UK Qualifier just to win his spot in Munich, and overcame Cristo Reyes and Michael Smith to reach Monday's finals day.

He won through to the last eight with a brilliant whitewash of Andrew Gilding before averaging 107 in a 6-1 quarter-final defeat of Brendan Dolan before then seeing off Adrian Lewis 6-4 in the semis.


Congratulations to Matt on winning the Elgin Open.


Goldie has qualified for the Garioch Master 2015 by winning the local event which took place last Saturday. He came through a strong field of talent which included a win in the final over fellow Masada man Knowlser, who also takes his place in the tournament at the end of February. They will be competing along side Gary Anderson, Michael Smith, Paul Nicholson, Peter Wright, John Henderson and Stephen Bunting for the title.


Goldie has qualified to play for the Team Protégé Title on the Alexandra Palace stage during the World Championships.  He will play against the England qualifier Jason Marriott.


Jason has qualified for the 2015 PDC World Championships by winning the qualifiers at the Ricoh Arena last week.  He won through from a field of 128 entries to secure his place alongside Hendo in the first round at the Alexandra Palace.  The Championships kicks off on 18th Dec and is played across 20 sessions in 14 days, finishing with the Qtr finals (1st & 2nd), Semi finals (3rd) and final on the 4th Jan.

Monday December 22
7.10pm Jamie Caven (19) v Jason Hogg
8.15pm Nolan Arendse v Alex Hon (P)
9.00pm Michael Smith (22) v Mensur Suljovic     
10.00pm Raymond van Barneveld (14) v Rowby-John Rodriguez
11.00pm Brendan Dolan (11) v Nolan Arendse/Alex Hon 

Tuesday December 23
7.10pm Vincent van der Voort (23) v John Henderson
8.15pm Jermaine Wattimena v Robert Marijanovic (P)
9.00pm Mervyn King (10) v Max Hopp
10.00pm Adrian Lewis (3) v David Pallett
11.00pm Stephen Bunting (27) v Jermaine Wattimena/Robert Marijanovic

Prize Fund
Winner £250,000
Runner-Up £120,000
Semi-Finalists £60,000
Quarter-Finalists £35,000
Third Round Losers £18,000
Second Round Losers £12,000
First Round Losers £8,000
Preliminary Round Losers £3,500
Total £1,250,000
In addition, a £10,000 bonus is on offer for a nine-dart finish. Should more than one nine-dart finish be hit during the tournament, the bonus would be shared on a pro-rata basis.

Full Draw
2015 William Hill World Darts Championship
Schedule of Play