Home Tour: Cross Progresses With No Fuss Win.

Rob Cross came out on top of Group Five of the Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs on Saturday night to reach the semi-finals.

Cross began the night with back-to-back victories over Sweden’s Daniel Larsson and Players Championship event winner Ryan Searle to take a commanding position at the top of the group.

Despite suffering defeat to Luke Woodhouse in the final game of the night, Cross won enough legs to ensure he ended the night on top.

Cross will return to Home Tour action on Thursday night for the second night of semi-final action, where he will be joined by the three group winners of the next three groups.

The Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs continue on Sunday night with Group Six, which will feature Joe Cullen, Chris Dobey, Jeff Smith and Martijn Kleermaker.

Low6 Home Tour Play-Offs
Group Five – Saturday May 30
Rob Cross 6-3 Daniel Larsson
Ryan Searle 6-4 Luke Woodhouse
Daniel Larsson 6-5 Luke Woodhouse
Rob Cross 6-4 Ryan Searle
Ryan Searle 6-4 Daniel Larsson
Luke Woodhouse 6-5 Rob Cross

Nordic & Baltic Tour Postponed – Last Four Weekends Delayed.

The remaining four planned weekends of the 2020 PDC Nordic & Baltic season have been postponed.


With restrictions in place in Denmark until the end of August, the planned weekends in Copenhagen from June 5-7 and July 25-26 cannot now take place.

In addition, the planned weekends in Sweden from August 7-9 and Latvia on October 24-25 have also been postponed, with the latter now being the same weekend as the rescheduled Nordic Darts Masters event in Copenhagen.


PDC Nordic & Baltic are working to secure new dates for the four weekends, which included ProTour events and European Tour Qualifiers.

The PDCNB’s opening ProTour weekend had taken place in Finland earlier this year, with Kim Viljanen and Daniel Larsson having shared victories in those events.

Full details of rescheduled dates will be confirmed at the PDC Nordic & Baltic website once confirmed.

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Congratulation to Daniel Larsson who added his name to the list of those who have enjoyed a perfect moment, The Swedish Federation released the following statement:

Daniel Larsson

We would like to inform you with great pleasure that our player Daniel Larsson (recorded) a 9 darter in the ongoing singles event in Swedish Championships 27/02/2016. This is the first time it happens in a Swedish Federation event.

Previously it has been done twice in a district event in Stockholm, Gunnar Glasö and Magnus Caris and by Oskar Lukasiak in Danish Open.

Picture & Text: Swedish Darts Federation