Template - Date: 2017 Memberships & Q-School

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Template - Date: Verberk beats Moston in JDC Final

The culmination of the year’s tournaments on the PDC-affiliated Junior Darts Corporation circuit had seen the six tour events and the inaugural Junior European Championship – which was won by Moston – followed by a Grand Final.

Dutch teenager Verberk, 17, had won through the Grand Final’s early rounds in Essex earlier in December to secure his place in the final, and started confidently with a 180 in his opening throw before taking out 105 to win the first leg.

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He also punished missed doubles from Stoke’s Moston, also 17, to win the second leg against the throw and took the third before hitting another 180 as he secured a whitewash win. Verberk was presented with a trophy and a £1,000 cheque for the triumph, as he succeeds Josh Richardson as the second JDC UK Tour champion.

“It’s a great feeling,” said Verberk, a trainee mechanic. “The first experience on the stage was good, I felt pretty comfortable. “I’m still pretty new and still discovering everything, I’m still 17 and have so many years to go. Michael van Gerwen was one of the first players I saw and I just want to be as good as him.”

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Junior Darts Corporation chairman Steve Brown added: “It’s been a great year. We had six events leading up to this and I think the right two players were in the final and the final was a great experience for both of them.

“This year has seen the inaugural European Championship – Jim was the winner of that – and we’re branching out and attracting players such as Maikel, which for us is fantastic.” For further information about the Junior Darts Corporation, visit www.juniordarts.com or follow @JDCDarts on Twitter.

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A weekend of darts at the Crowne Plaza Resort in Essex began as Jarred Cole won Event Six of the Modus UK Junior Darts Tour. With Jim Moston & Maikel Verberk winning through to play at the Alexandra Palace to contest the final and Brown, Paxton and Gurr winning PDPA Scholarships.

The “Super Saturday” then saw the year’s six event winners joined by qualifiers from the JDC Order of Merit and JDC Academy Order of Merit play in the early stages of the Grand Final. The semi-finals saw Stoke’s Moston – who won September’s Junior European Championship – defeat Tyler Radlett to secure his place in the final, with Dutch teenager Verberk overcoming Adam Howard.

Moston and Verberk will now play the final on stage at Alexandra Palace on Saturday December 17 for the right to succeed Josh Richardson as JDC Champion.

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Sunday saw the weekend conclude with the inaugural JDC Q School, with Adam Paxton, Alex Gurr and John Brown winning a PDPA Scholarship to compete on the 2017 PDC Unicorn Development Tour.

Brown, the son of established PDC star and JDC chairman Steve Brown, has already shown his talents in 2016 by reaching the quarter-finals of the PDC Unicorn World Youth Championship.

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Also over the weekend, stage 6 of the Modus UK Tour Jarred Cole was the victor.

Modus UK tour 6 Winner Jarred Cole:

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For further information about the JDC, visit www.juniordarts.com or follow @JuniorDarts on Twitter.

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