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Welcome - Official Website of PDC Professional Daryl Gurney

Daryl’s experienced management team MDA Promotions and

MItchell Promotions have put their darts webmaster on the case,

JS Webs 180, and this website is the proud home of the Northern

Irish darts sensation, Daryl ‘Superchin’ Gurney.

Daryl impressed darts fans with his fantastic performances at his

first PDC World championships, and then immediately won his

PDC Tour Card at the tough qualifying school on day 2. At his first

PDC event, the UK Masters Euro Tour qualifying event in Crawley,

he qualified for the £100,000 tournament at Minehead – winning

through to the last 24 of a 100+ field of PDC professionals.

Now an established talent on the PDC tour, Daryl won his first Pro

Tour event in April 2017, and followed it up with an appearance in

the World Series. His stock was on the rise and in October 2017,

Superchin won his first TV major the World Grand Prix and has now

been selected for the 2018 Premier League.

MVG piles on the misery for Superchin

Daryl is still looking for his first win in the Unibet Premier League as he was defeated by world number one Michael van Gerwen at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin.

A record-breaking crowd of 12,000 fans witnessed the two-time World Champion race into a 6-1 lead before Superchin put a second leg on the board, before the Dutchman wrapped up the game 7-2 with an average of 104.

It leaves Daryl in ninth place in the table, with just two points so far, after the opening four weeks.


Daryl ‘Superchin’ Gurney is becoming the star his darts talent demanded, and to celebrate his new nickname, his management team have designed a new superhero darts shirt for him.

You can buy them (signed by Daryl himself) via his Merchandise page – in Red, Blue, Green, Pink and Silver, in Small to 7XL sizes.

Daryl falls to the Highlander

Daryl continued to impress the darting public with a superb display in the first round of the William Hill World Championship at the Alexandra Palace, London.

He was in great form to take out Ronny Huybrechts 3-1 and now moves into the tournament last 32.

Unfortunately, his 2018 campaign came to an end in the last 32, as he was John Henderson avenged his semi final defeat against Superchin in the World Grand Prix, with Daryl losing out 2-4.


Daryl was rewarded for his superb form in 2017 with an invitation to the PDC Premier League in 2018, alongside three other debutants.

Superchin impressed throughout the year, climbing as high as world number four after winning the World Grand Prix and joins three other newcomers, World Champion Rob Cross, Mensur Suljovic and Gerwyn Price in the weekly event starting Thursday 1st February in Dublin.

Daryl Priced out on Masters debut

Daryl's debut in the Masters at the Arena MK didn't go to plan, as he lost out on day two against fellow 2018 Premier League debutant, Gerwyn Price.

Superchin did lead 6-5 over Welshman Price, also playing his first Masters event, but the man known as 'The Iceman' rallied to win the next three legs, and go on to take the win.


It’s ‘magic darts’ for leading pizza company Four Star Pizza who today announced a new sponsorship deal with professional darts player Daryl ‘Superchin’ Gurney. Daryl, who is currently ranked number five in the world, will take to the stage wearing his Four Star Pizza sponsored playing shirt for the first time at Thursday night’s opening round of the 2018 Unibet Premier League Darts season at the 3Arena in Dublin. The 31-year-old thrower from Londonderry is set to make his debut in the competition in a meeting on the oche with five-time World Darts Champion, Raymond van Barneveld.

For further information on Four Star Pizza, visit www.fourstarpizza.co.uk

Dublin draw for Daryl on debut

Daryl came away from his first experience of the Unibet Premier League with a 6-6 draw at the 3Arena in Dublin.

Superchin started brightest in his clash against Raymond van Barneveld, going into a 2-0 lead before the Dutchman broke back twice to lead 2-3. The next four legs all went for Daryl, including one leg of six perfect darts, and he found himself in a 6-3 lead.

Only needing one leg for victory, it was Barney who dug in, despite missed match darts by Daryl, and rallied to level the match and halve the spoils.

Good start for Gurney in UK Open Qualifiers

Daryl made a good start to the 2018 UK Open Qualifiers this weekend at the Robin Park Tennis Centre in Wigan.

Day one saw him reach the quarter final, where he lost out to eventual winner, and world number one, Michael van Gerwen.

Superchin almost repeated the feat in the second event, but lost out in the last 16 in a final leg decider, 5-6 to Ian White.

Day three was less eventful for Daryl however, as he lost out in his first match, 4-6 to Jeffrey de Zwaan.

First Premier League defeat for Superchin

Daryl found himself on the wrong end of a result for the first time in the Unibet Premier League, after losing out 4-7 to Michael Smith at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff.

Smith started the brighter, breaking the throw as Superchin trailed 0-3. But not being the type to lie down, the Northern Irishman broke back to level the match at 3-3.

At 4-4, however, Bully Boy once again surged to three consecutive legs to take the match and leave Daryl with just one point from his opening two matches.

Daryl in top bracket at Minehead

Daryl will enter the Coral UK Open at the third round stage after he finished 8th in the UK Open Qualification Order of Merit.

Superchin considated last weekends performances reaching the last 64 and last 32 in the first two events at the Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan.

The final qualifier though, Daryl showed the form that took him into the top four of the PDC Order of Merit in 2017 as he reached the final, seeing off Peter Wright and Danny Noppert amongst others before he lost to reigning World Master Krzyzstof Ratajski 4-6.

Daryl still looking for first Premier League win

Daryl was unlucky not to secure his first victory in the Unibet Premier League as his opponent staged a valiant comeback at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle.

After taking the game by the scruff of the neck early doors, Superchin lead 3-0 and then 5-1 before Gerwyn Price fought back, taking the next three legs to leave the match in the balance at 5-4.

Daryl then edged back in front to guarantee the draw, but that was all he ended up coming away with as the next two legs both went the way of the Welshman, and the match ended 6-6.

Up and down weekend in Barnsley

Daryl had an up and down weekend in the first weekend of Players Championship events.

Returning to the Metrodome, Barnsley, the scene of his first Pro Tour win last year, Superchin was narrowly edged out in the first round 5-6 by Rowby John Rodriguez on day one.

Roles were reversed in round one of the second event, as Daryl edged out Alan Tabern in a last leg decider. He then defeated Mick McGowan 6-2 before he was beaten 0-6 by Simon Stevenson in the last 32.