We’re back with episode 108 of the Weekly Dartscast! Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are joined by special guest Francis Carragher on this week’s show!
We start the podcast by reviewing the PDC World Cup, and discuss who winning the tournament was the most important for: Gary Anderson or Peter Wright? We also talk about the Ireland team’s run to the final and wonder whether Steve Lennon and Willie O’Connor can kick on and make a late run for the World Matchplay.
Next, our World Cup talk moves on to what our co-hosts will remember most from the tournament, and also who their World Cup MVP was. Plus, the team discuss whether the World Cup would mean more if it was not held every year.
Then, we are joined by special guest Francis Carragher, who enjoyed runs to the semi-finals and quarter-finals on the BDO circuit in Switzerland at the weekend. Francis calls in to also talk about his career to date, the Irish darts scene and his goals for the rest of 2019.
Finally, we finish up with a look ahead to the return of the European Tour in Denmark this weekend. With no Michael van Gerwen in the field, who does our team think are the favourites to lift the title, which of the players from the World Cup are most in need of a run, and who of the qualifiers should the seeds most be worried about.
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