2019 Melbourne Darts Masters – Info

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2019 Melbourne Darts Masters – Info

 

 

2019 Melbourne Darts Masters
Damon Heta – Winner 2019 Brisbane Darts Masters Image PDC/The Darts Place

 

The 2019 Melbourne Darts Masters begins this Friday at Rodlacver arena Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. This is on the back of Australia’s First home soil win in the World Series of Darts by Western Australia Damon Heta.

The second event on the Oceania leg is at Melbourne’s  Arena on the 16th and 17th August with tickets available from Ticketek

If matches were anything like Brisbane we should be in with another treat, there are three new Representative players in Melbourne this week they are Mick Lacey, Robbie King and Tim Pussey, let hope one of these guys has a run at the title like Damon.

 

The Brisbane masters Stage

 

PDC Representatives: 

 

World Number 2 and Current Matchplay Champion Rob Cross

 

Michael van Gerwen, Rob Cross, Gary Anderson, Daryl Gurney, Peter Wright, James Wade, Simon Whitlock, Raymond van Barneveld

Oceanic Representatives: 

 

Haupia Puha in action against Raymond van Barneveld

 

Kyle Anderson, Corey Cadby, Damon Heta, James Bailey, Haupai Puha, Robbie King, Tim Pusey, Mick Lacey

 

All the action can be seen of Foxsport on Foxtel or via PDC – TV

 

The Format for the event is as follows

 

Format

World Series of Darts Events

First Round Best of 11 legs

Quarter-Finals Best of 15 legs

Semi-Finals Best of 15 legs

Final Best of 15 legs

Prize Funds

World Series of Darts International Events

 

Prize MoneyRanking Points

Winner

£20,000

12

Runner-Up

£10,000

8

Semi-Finalists

£5,000

5

Quarter-Finalists 

£2,500

3

First Round Losers

£1,250

1

Total x5£60,000
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