The Remote Darts League continues in it’s second iteration onto the fourth day with another standout from the first phase set to take to the oche once more in Jim Williams.
Williams was the forerunner to start proceedings off in the initial Remote Darts League but lost out in the semi-finals to James Richardson but as a result received an automatic invite into the second edition.
The line-up on Thursday has pedigree with the reigning World Master, John O’Shea also involved. It is once again an international field with Stacey Pace, the final ladies player in the line-up from the USA and David Cameron from Canada rounding out the field. So far every night, it has been a clean sweep for the winner, will it be the same this time around?
In the first phase of the Remote Darts League which sees twenty evenings, all participants play against each other once. Four players are involved per night, with each player completing three matches. Matches are best of 10 legs, so a 5-5 draw is possible.
After twenty days of action, the top four in the league will advance to the playoffs, which are scheduled for Monday, June 8.
All matches can be viewed via this link . The broadcast starts daily at 9pm BST.
Remote Darts League schedule
Thursday, May 21
21:00 – Stacey Pace v David Cameron
21:30 – Jim Williams v John O’Shea
22:00 – Jim Williams v Stacey Pace
22:30 – John O’Shea v David Cameron
23:00 – John O’Shea v Stacey Pace
23:30 – David Cameron v Jim Williams
Author: Samuel Gill