The JDC lockdown quiz is designed for the children to have some fun, research and win some great prizes.

JDC halt all activity in light of the current situation. 

A first win for Nathan Potter and a return to winning ways for Leighton Bennett complete T5&6 on the JDC tour.

The JDC announces how it will be dealing with the outbreak of Corona Virus.

The JDC hold training days for people to get involved wth the junior game and are taking the course stateside.










The health and safety of our children, staff and volunteers is our main priority at all our events.

Currently, there are no plans to cancel, postpone or otherwise change the running of our events and we are in regular contact with our venues, all of which are operating as normal.

We are closely monitoring the situation and will follow advice from Public Health England, the World Health Organisation and both local and national government.


We would like to draw the attention of anyone who attends any of our events to the following general advice

    • Frequently clean your hands in soap and water, or with an alcohol-based hand rub. 
    • If you cough or sneeze, please cover your mouth and nose with a flexed elbow or tissue – throw the tissue away immediately and wash your hands;
    • Avoid contact with anyone who has a fever or cough;
    • Avoid unnecessary contact with ‘high touch’ areas such as handrails, lift buttons, door handles, surfaces etc;
    • If you experience difficulty breathing, have a high temperature or cough, please stay at home and contact a medical advisor by phone;
    • We recommend a thumbs up approach to oche etiquette during this outbreak. It will be deemed good oche etiquette to give a thumbs up to players and officials during and at the end of your matches. 

Please follow this advice and further information via the links below of the World Health Organisation and the NHS during this outbreak of the coronavirus.

JDC Chairman Steve Brown lands a landmark contract with Gibraltar and brings with it, two new Junior tournaments.

Nathan Care is only the second player to take all the spoils on a JDC Tour.

The Junior Darts Corporations Accreditation days will start the first half of 2020 in Lampeter Wales.

JDC World Champion Keane Barry scooped his third JDC trophy on Sunday in Milton Keynes with the Rileys Super 16 title.

JDC World Champion Keane Barry pursues a third JDC title in Milton Keynes this Sunday in the Rileys Super 16 Final.

JDC tour events 1&2 kicked off the junior calendar in some style making huge headlines in Solihull last weekend.

In a dramatic final day at the PDC's Q School in Wigan , it turns out that the JDC Chairman's roll of the dice has paid off. 

JDC Chairman Steve Brown makes the semi finals in Wigan on day one of the PDC'S qualifying school.

JDC World Champion Keane Barry will look to take his third JDC title on February 2nd in Milton Keynes.

Keane Barry becomes the Scott Farms International Junior World Darts Champion at Alexandra Palace.

The JDC and Her Majesties Government of Gibraltar met this week to discuss the future of Junior darts events in the British overseas territory.

The 2019 Greenzone Development tour played out its last event of the year at the West Midlands Darts Academy.

This week we visited Tewkesbury Junior Darts Academy and joined in on the Wednesday night session.

Ahead of the 2020 calendar launch of JDC activity next year, JDC Chairman Steve Brown sets the scene for what is to come.









JDC Ireland Academy coach Keith O'Neill has been appointed as head of JDC operations in Ireland. 


Keith O'Neill pictured above (right) with JDC Chairman Steve Brown has been appointed to assist in the growth of junior and youth darts across Ireland. With such a pool of great talent coming through and the increase in academy interest in Ireland, Keith will be the lead to JDC Operations Director Darren Barson in growing the academy and tournament network of the JDC in Ireland. 2020 will see the collection of academies in Ireland grow to 5 with the introduction of the first Academy to hit Northern Ireland. 

Currently academies can be found in Athlone, Tallaght and Co Carlow who are all actively affiliated to the JDC. 


JDC Director Darren Barson commented " the appointment for Keith was only a matter of time, Keith has assisted us way before this appointment over the last few years on many occassions. Keith has been a huge ambassador to the JDC and we appreciate all he does. Keith has provided a solid academy base now in Ireland and has assisted the JDC on accreditation days, as well as providing teams for the JDC World Cup in previous years. What Keith has proved is that if you are willing to dedicate some time to a passion, the rewards will come through. 

We are delighted to be working more closely with Keith".


The JDC now has plans to affiliate further academies in Ireland, reach out to the education departments in Ireland and secure tournaments and development pathways for more children in 2020 and beyond. For further detail on JDC activity in Ireland please keep an eye on the JDC's Social media and Website. 


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