Cole’s delight as he wins JDC UK Tour 2 in Derby

A delighted Jarred Cole picks up his prize from the JDC chairman Steve Brown in Derby.


Jarred Cole was delighted on Saturday afternoon in Derby as he won the JDC’s second UK tour event of 2017 as the talented youngster defeated Travis Dudeney 5-1 in a terrific performance from the youngster in what was a great tournament from the JDC at the Cueball Club in Derby, ITV sport were in attendance as they were recording for the Darts Show on ITV4.  Cole played some superb darts on his way to clinching the UK Tour 2 title as he enjoyed wins against Jack Ratcliffe (3-0), Liam Earwicker (3-0), Luke Durham (3-1) and Brad Phillips 4-1 in the semi finals as he dropped just three legs all day. As well as scooping the £150 first prize, Cole has become a JDC All-star which means he will face Michael van Gerwen at a Modus Darts event and he has been granted a place in the play-offs for the JDC World Championships. He joins James Beeton who won UK Tour 1 in Dorchester.

Cole has also been playing on the PDC Development Tour and has been making terrific progress so far, the third event on the JDC UK tour is coming up on June 10th at Rileys in Worcester and it should be another great event as what is a really successful year so far for the JDC.


JDC hits Worcester for UK Tour event 3 in June.


JDC UK Tour 2
Cueball Club, Derby


Harry Robinson 3-2 Christian Taylor
Alfie Jacques 3-2 Jack Warner
Luke Durham 3-1 Ryan Jordan


Harry Robinson 3-0 Bradley Draper
Leighton Bennett 3-0 Rhys Jones
Robbie Boryszczuk 3-0 George O’Neill
James Beeton 3-0 Kiaran Buckle
Lewis Gurney 3-1 Bradley Brooks
Jakob Kelly 3-0 Isobel Gash
Tavis Dudeney 3-2 Freddie Francis
Alfie Jacques 3-0 William Ratcliffe
Tom Brosnan 3-1 Cameron Gill
Alex Gurr 3-2 Tyler Radlett
Ryan Spedding 3-0 Owen Quinn
Brad Phillips 3-1 Jake Goodwin
Liam Earwicker 3-1 Davy-Jay Knowles
Jarred Cole 3-0 Jack Ratcliffe
Henry Coates 3-2 Caine Rushton
Luke Durham 3-0 Ashton Brown


Leighton Bennett 3-1 Harry Robinson
James Beeton 3-0 Robbie Boryszczuk
Jakob Kelly 3-2 Lewis Gurney
Tavis Dudeney 3-2 Alfie Jacques
Alex Gurr 3-1 Tom Brosnan
Brad Phillips 3-0 Ryan Spedding
Jarred Cole 3-0 Liam Earwicker
Luke Durham 3-1 Henry Coates


James Beeton 3-2 Leighton Bennett
Tavis Dudeney 3-0 Jakob Kelly
Brad Phillips 3-1 Alex Gurr
Jarred Cole 3-1 Luke Durham


Tavis Dudeney 4-2 James Beeton
Jarred Cole 4-1 Brad Phillips


Jarred Cole 5-1 Tavis Dudeney

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