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Destination – Prague. Cargo – two Englishman, two Northern Irishman all set to meet up with a Czech upon arrival.

MDA had three representatives for this year’s Czech Darts Open – a title which is currently held by one of it’s players – Jamie Hughes.

You can question why Hughes isn’t in Prague as defending champion until the cows come home. Yozza claimed the title when it was last staged there three years ago. The harsh truth is that he didn’t qualify.

Instead, Ricky Evans, Daryl Gurney and Karel Sedlacek were all seeking Euro glory in Bohemia, attempting to add their name below the Tiptonians.

There was however one Northern Irishman wearing the company logo scheduled to appear on stage – that was Daryl Gurney.

Superchin can probably count himself as the unluckiest man in Prague. Frustratingly, a colossal 103.83 average wasn’t enough to qualify for the final day of action as Chizzy pipped him at the post in a thrilling last leg decider.

To be fair to the St Helens man, he had an average just shy of 103 but it’s rare anyone hits the figures Gurney did and go out. Absolutely zero consolation though.

Superchin leaves Prague a better swimmer.