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Marsh and Sherrock seal Lakeside ‘Golden Tickets’ at 46th British Open

Organised by Tri-Nations Darts for the very first time, the 46th British Open took place in Bridlington this past weekend and provided the latest chance for two players to secure their ‘Golden Ticket’ for the 2022 WDF World Championships. When all was said and done, it was Scott Marsh and Fallon Sherrock who seized the opportunity to qualify directly for Lakeside. Earlier on, Scotland internationals Jim McEwan and Lorraine Hyde both won their maiden ranking titles in the Silver-graded British Classic. Andrew Sinclair recaps the action.
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2022 Lakeside World Championship Tickets

The World Darts Federation are delighted to confirm that all tickets for the Lakeside WDF World Championships will be available to purchase from Friday 22nd October at 11am. Whether you're looking to rebook your favourite seat, or to tick the Lakeside experience from your bucket list, now is your chance to join us at “the Home of World Darts” from Saturday 1st to Sunday 9th January 2022.
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WDF World Open and World Championship Qualifiers

The weekend of December 4-5 is not to be missed! On Saturday, the ‘Gold’ ranked WDF World Open will take place, with a prize fund of over €18,000 and where the men’s and women’s champions will get the golden ticket straight to Lakeside! On Sunday, 4 men and 2 women can also earn their place upon the Lakeside stage through the qualifying tournament for the WDF World Championships.
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Tricole and Zijlstra claim Lakeside ‘Golden tickets’ at 2021 Denmark Open

While we weren’t able to run the WDF World Cup in Denmark as planned this year, Esbjerg’s brilliant Blue Water Dokken venue still played host to the Gold-graded Denmark Open and Silver-graded Denmark Masters this past weekend. Saturday’s Open saw two more players, Thibault Tricole and Anca Zijlstra, book their places at Lakeside for the inaugural WDF World Championships in January 2022, while Sunday’s Masters produced a second title of the year for Deta Hedman and a first event win since 2019 for Dutch ace Richard Veenstra. Andrew Sinclair recaps the action.
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