The MM sports team are back with the first episode of Congestion of Sport for 2021. Jack, Milly, Oscar and
The BDO World Championships, aired on the BBC for over 30 years, was led by the greats from Eric Bristow and Phil Taylor to current talents such as Michael van Gerwen and Gary Anderson. However, the original ‘world championships’ has had quite the fall from grace with sparse crowds and lack of sponsors hanging over the competition this year.
‘I believe I’ve got the talent’: Stockport’s Nathan Aspinall chats to MM about his dual top dog darts ambition
From 500/1 shot to 25/1, Stockport darts sensation Nathan Aspinall gets his World Championship campaign underway this evening as he takes on Danny Baggish under the lights of Alexandra Palace.
Whether it’s ice skating, gorging yourself on chocolate or sipping a pint and watching the boxing, there’s something for everyone this December in Manchester. So here’s our advent guide (spoiler alert – we may have spilled over into January, there’s THAT much going on…)
A YouGov poll has found that golf is the most boring sport to watch according to a sample of more than 1,500 Brits.
Five-time darts world champion Eric Bristow has hailed Michael van Gerwen as a great ambassador for the game as the Darts Premier League playoffs approach.
Ricky Hatton may be good at throwing punches but how is he at throwing darts? Well, we’re about to find out as the Hitman takes on darts pro Alan Warriner and all in the name of charity.
‘Make or break’: Phil Taylor says Premier League darts play-off bid on knife-edge after Manchester draw
Taylor, 16-time world champion, held to a frustrating draw by Gary Anderson at Manchester’s Phones 4u Arena last night
Lewis lost his world title before Christmas
Hamilton beat his Stoke man 7-3
Sky Sports stalwart proud to have been part of ‘fantastic project’