The Weekly Dartscast with Chris Mason, Dave Parletti, Nathan Derry, Nitin Kumar, Chas Barstow, Dave Askew, Lakeside Review, UK Q-School Picks and more

We’re back with episode 87 of the Weekly Dartscast!

Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are joined by SIX guests on the show and have plenty to discuss, as the BDO World Championship came to an end and UK Q-School takes place this week!

The team recap Glen Durrant’s third world title success at Lakeside and discuss if he has made the right decision going to Q-School.

The team pick out the players they were most impressed and disappointed with in the men’s draw and are then joined by Dave Parletti, who reflects on his Lakeside debut.

We then move on to discuss the ladies event and Japan’s Mikuru Suzuki winning the title, what it means for ladies darts and darts in Japan, plus whether the format and prize money should be increased.

We’re also joined by former Lakeside semi-finalist and now television pundit and commentator Chris Mason, who was working on the Eurosport broadcast at Lakeside last week. Chris reviews the tournament and gives us his picks for UK Q-School.

The team look ahead to Q-School and pick out players who they think will get tour cards and how they think the ladies will get on.

Matthew Kiernan, the Darting Nerd, returns to bring us interviews with four Q-School hopefuls this week: Nitin Kumar, Chas Barstow, Dave Askew and Nathan Derry.

Listen to the show via the player above which will appear when the show goes live on Thursday.

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