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The JDC are delighted to announce the return of the PDPA scholarships for 2022. 

Under the watchful eye of Junior Darts Corporation (JDC) founder and chairman, Steve Brown, Winmau Team 360 has been taking shape for several months.

This weekend would see the long awaited return of the JDC tour circuit for 2021.
On Saturday the JDC 's Foundation Tour would start proceedings with two open events for young players designed to allow youngsters to experience competition and aim for the 4 tour cards available for the Advanced Tour in 2021. The spoils were taken by dutch ace PIM van Bijnen and JDC Virtual Junior World Champion Cayden Smith OF England.
Both players competed in both finals on the day and shared a win between them.
Smith in the first event sealed his win with a 5-3 score line and a 71.7 ave and van Bijnen with a similar 5-3 win and an 80.8 ave in the second final.
Sunday would see the start of the Advanced Tour with 32 of the best junior players battling it out for an impressive £10,000 prize fund and what a start to this event.
Former multiple tour winner Leighton Bennett ran out the winner in event one with an impressive display throughout the day dropping only 3 legs before the final. The final would be against JDC Super 16 finalist Luke Littler and was arguably the best match of the weekend if not in JDC tour history. Both players averaged over 92 with Bennett edging out littler 6-4 with a 96.1 ave in just over 14 minutes of play.
The second event would see Welshman Connor Hopkins win his first JDC event beating JDC tour regular and academy student Englands Henry Coates. The semi final was the highlight of the second event with Hopkins edging out Leighton Bennett in a deciding leg 5-4 after Bennett averaged 108 during the first 7 legs of the match. Hopkins dispatched Coates 6-1 in the final with supreme confidence.
The next JDC Tour weekend will be on July 3&4.
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Cayden Smith becomes the inaugural JDC Virtual Junior World Darts Champion 2021

In its first staging the international event held in Gibraltar would see 9 different nationalities compete for the first JDC Virtual World Junior Darts Championship.


Created during the first lockdown period of the covid 19 outbreak, JDC Virtual captivated the onlione darts world and was the qualifying criteria for this weeks event in Gibraltar.

Worcester Darts Academy student Cayden Smith would run out as the champion and pocketed a cool £1500 in prize money and a bespoke JDC Virtual Medal for life. Smith is the first winner of the week with the following days competiton seeing an adult virtual world championship , a virtual team event, MAD darts open and a phoenixdarts soft tip competition. 


JDC Q - School this weekend will ignite the JDC Tours for 2021


The first JDC in person darts tournament since March 2020 will be staged this weekend in the shape of the new JDC Q-School tournament. Orginally planned for January the tournament will be staged over two days this weekend and is the pre curser to the years events.

JDC Q-School will offer the opportunity for any player of qualifying age to attempt to gain a tour card to participate in the JDC Advanced Tour 2021. The Advanced Tour is an exclusive opportunity for the best 32 players to battle it out over 12 events and a huge prize fund of £10,000. Not only that, all 32 players will gain a place in the JDC Junior World Darts Championship finals later in the year, ultimately finding a world champion at the Alexandra Palace London in December. 


11 tour cards are available this year from Q-School and for those that don't claim a place in the Advanced Tour this year, players will be able to compete on the JDC's Foundation Tour 2021 where at the end of the tour the top 4 placed players in the tour order of merit will recieve a tour card for 2022 saving them attending next years Q-School. In addition to that the top 4 players will also be invited to play in the JDC World Championship finals later this year. 


The Foundation tours and Advanced tours will be held on the same weekends throughout the summer and all will be staged at the Oaklands Darts center in Cinderford Gloucestershire. Until the final step of releasing restrictions in June the players will play behind closed doors. Matches can be viewed on DartConnect and selected matches will be live streamed to the JDC'S Youtube Channel. 


For further information on the JDC Tournaments visit the Tour section on the JDC website.

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To play JDC Q-School you must be Under 18yrs of age up to the 23rd of December 2021 for the JDC World Finals.

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The DPNZ Harrows Junior Darts Team to represent New Zealand has been formed for the JDC's World Darts Championship 2019.

The JDC in 2020 was unable to run the very successful Super16 tournament due to the pandemic that saw Keane Barry scoop the title in Milton Keynes last February.


This years event wll show case the girls game in an attempt to boost participation of young female players at junior level. 16 regions around the UK will hold a Boys and Girls event over the same time frame in 2021 to create 16 boys and 16 girls to attend a finals event later in 2021. 


The eventual winners of each event 1x boy & 1 x girl will meet on the Masters stage in Milton Keynes in a highly anticipated showcase final. The PDC have confirmed they are excited to have this event played out during the 2022 masters event. A huge experience for two lucky players begins locally and supported by the MAD Super Regional Directors to put the qualifying events on. 


For further information on Super 16 events and JDC events in 2021 please visit this website and JDC social pages.



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JDC Ambassador Richard Ashdown will join the JDC for 3 days of competition in Gibraltar.


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NB- Further ruling 2/6/21 all competitors must complete at least 51% of the Advanced Tour to validate their place in the Junior World Darts Championship. The rolling order of merit and availability to the prize fund is unaffected by this rule. 


NB - Further rulling 19/6/21 if the advanced tour is not at full compliment players who receive a bye will aquire 4 legs. 




WINNER - £400

R/UP - £200

S/F - £100

Q/F - £25



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JDC Challenge Pro Player Scores

1 Kyle Anderson 2047
2 Max Hopp 1905
3 Terry Jenkins 1809
4 Josh Payne 1536
5 Steve Beaton 1479
6 Steve Brown 1411
7 Paul Nicholson 1335
8 Chris Mason 1311
9 Bobby George 1307
10 Mark Hylton 1231
11 Mark Webster 1178
12 Chris Dobey 1105
13 Wayne Mardle 1093
14 Aron Monk 912


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