We’re back with episode 110 of the Weekly Dartscast! Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are joined by special guests Wayne Warren and Luke Woodhouse on this week’s show!
We start the podcast by reviewing last weekend’s Players Championship double-header where Krzysztof Ratajski and James Wade took the titles. The team discuss whether Ratajski can challenge for the World Matchplay next month, how many titles Wade can finish the season with, and also Jamie Lewis’ low average on Sunday.
Next, we are joined by special guest Luke Woodhouse, a few days after he reached his first PDC ranking quarter-final. Woody calls in to chat about that great run, his career so far, and what his goals are for the rest of 2019.
Then, talk moves to this weekend and the inaugural Czech Darts Open, the final event before the cut off for the World Matchplay. Which players currently outside the qualifying places can push themselves into a spot in Blackpool? How will Corey Cadby get on in his European Tour debut? And how will Michael van Gerwen fare on his return to the circuit?
Next, BDO world number six Wayne Warren calls in, first to chat about his excellent weekend in Selsey which saw him reach two finals. Then we speak to the Welshman about his rise up the ranks, making his Lakeside debut back in 2005, and why he decided in the last few years to play more of the circuit.
Finally, we finish up with your questions from Twitter, including what will be Krzysztof Ratajski’s best run on TV this year, and also should he be considered for a Premier League or World Series invite?
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