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WORLD NUMBER ONE Michael van Gerwen revealed his pain following his third round exit from the World Darts Championship at the hands of Dutch rival Raymond van Barneveld but believes it will make him stronger.

The pre-tournament favourite, who was odds on to lift the Sid Waddell Trophy for the second time ahead of his clash with ‘Barney’, crashed out with a 4-3 defeat despite an average of almost 106 – the highest ever losing average in a World Championship match. more

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCZWA’s Michael van Gerwen has enjoyed a memorable fortnight after clinching two major titles – The World Grand Prix and European Championship. more

Vincent van der Voort produced a string of fine performances to take victory at the Austrian Darts Open in Salzburg, defeating Jamie Caven with a brilliant comeback in Sunday’s final.

van der Voort, whose glory charge began in Thursday’s qualifying event, fought back from being 5-2 behind in the decider to win 6-5 and claim the £20,000 winner’s cheque and his first PDC ranking title since 2011. more

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDC2012 PDC Unicorn World Youth Champion James Hubbard claimed victory on the Youth Tour on Saturday. more

Rowby-John Rodriguez ZWA talent Rowby-John Rodriguez will compete in the final of the World Youth Championship at London’s O2 Arena next month, where he will face Keegan Brown.

Rodriguez booked his place in the prestigious final, which will take place on May 22 – alongside the Premier League Play-Offs – by coming through the last 64 in Reading on Saturday. more

Michael van Gerwen stormed to victory in the sixth and final UK Open qualifier of 2014, as the field for the televised finals took shape in Wigan – with all five ZWA players marching on to Minehead.

van Gerwen defeated Michael Smith 6-0 in Sunday’s final to clinch the £10,000 first prize and his second title since becoming World Champion and world number one on New Year’s Day. more

World Champion and world number one Michael van Gerwen turned on the style to win the Dutch Darts Masters on Sunday.

The 24-year-old sensation won four matches to clinch the European Tour title in his native Netherlands, averaging over 100 in every one of them.

van Gerwen defeated Mervyn King 6-4 in a brilliant final in Veldhoven to scoop the £20,000 first prize, delighting his army of adoring fans in the jubilant home crowd. more

Michael van Gerwen secured a sensational victory on the opening night of the 2014 Premier League as he completed an incredible whitewash win over Phil Taylor.

The new World Champion and world number one stamped his authority as he began his Premier League title defence with a 7-0 thrashing of the man who had previously held all three of those titles. more

Michael van Gerwen, the World Darts Champion, has revealed his joy at extending his partnership with the UK’s leading electronic cigarette brand, E-Lites, ahead of his next title charge.

The Dutch sensation, who became the new world number one with victory in London on New Year’s Day, was backed by E-Lites in his finest hour and the agreement has been extended for the whole of 2014. more

Image courtesy of Lawrence Lustig/PDCMichael van Gerwen made his first professional appearance as World Darts Champion in the German Darts Championship last weekend, where ZWA stable mate Paul Nicholson was also in action. more