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Article: Winmau Masters returns to Brid Spa

Winmau Masters returns to Brid Spa

THE oldest established major in darts, the Winmau World Masters, is coming back to Bridlington Spa next month to celebrate its 35th anniversary.

The competition, once again the richest two-day tournament on terrestrial TV, will be broadcast live by BBC TV Sport over the weekend of Saturday, December 6 and Sunday, December 7.

The refurbished £20m venue will host over 300 top players from 35 countries with record-breaking prize money of £61,000 on offer.

It is the only major championship in world darts with four separate finals - Men, Women, Boys and Girls, and attracts thousands to Bridlington each year.

Story by: Cranswick Today


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