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In just his second CDC event, Florida’s Danny Baggish etched his name into the history books as he claimed his first title in the tenth and final ranking event on the 2019 Magic Darts Championship Darts Circuit.
The PDC North American Darts Championship winner, who turned heads by recording three 110+ match averages in Saturday’s play only to fall short to Danny Lauby in the Last-16, stormed through the field in Philadelphia and dropped only eight legs en route to darting glory.
‘Big Daddy’ Darin Young’s dominance on the 2019 Magic Darts Championship Darts Circuit continued apace yesterday in Philadelphia as he claimed his third title of the year on five finals appearances. More importantly for Young, his seventh title in the five-year history of CDC saw him book his place at the 2020 William Hill World Darts Championship at the Alexandra Palace, London.
The entire 2019 campaign has been one of intense focus for Young after being edged out by Chuck Puleo for the U.S. World Championship spot in the final Tour event last year. The Pennsylvanian was determined not to leave that door open again and his quarterfinal win over Joe Huffman guaranteed him a tenth PDC World Darts Championship appearance.