Following the HAL Open and Masters in the Netherlands, there are plenty of top events for Trina Gulliver to focus on in April, with the German Open and Masters (7-9th) and the Denmark Open and Masters (29-30th) on the horizon.
Before then, attention turns back to the international scene with the ever-popular British International Championships between March 24 and 26th.
Trina no longer skippers the England outfit but will be part of the team and hopes to help England win yet another title.
The English have dominated the event in recent years, with a clean sweep since the turn of the century, except for Wales spoiling the party back in 2009.
The cream of the British darts world will descend on Cedar Court Hotel in Bradford, West Yorkshire, with England going for their eighth consecutive victory in the women’s event, while the English men will be looking for nine straight triumphs.
Trina has been a massive part of the host’s success in the competition and will feature first on the Saturday of the event, when England square off with Scotland at 2pm.
Sunday sees a match-up with Wales at 1pm, with the stars due up on the oche at 1pm and, if all goes to plan, the fans will witness another win for England.
The tournament will be broadcast on Road Runner TV for the very first time, giving vital exposure to an excellent weekend’s action. Road Runner Channel: Sky 468, FreeSat 250, Freeview 91, TalkTalk 91and BT 91
Now 47, the ‘Golden Girl’ has won everything on offer in a glittering career and, like the veterans of the men’s game, Raymond van Barneveld and Phil Taylor, she is always a threat to any opponent.
The two great rivals are still going strong and a look at the latest darts betting tips will help to decide if they are worth a bet in the ongoing Premier League.
Trina’s list of achievements marks her apart from any other player in ladies’ darts, with 10 world titles to her name, six World Masters, seven England Opens and eight Welsh Opens.
It will be to Germany that she heads next month for an event where she has walked away with the trophy on four occasions.
The BULL’S German Open takes place on April 7-9th at a new venue Festplatz Castroper Straße, Max-Greve-Straße 34, 44791 Bochum, with the BULL’S Darts Masters the following day at the same venue.
Another country that has been kind to the Leamington Spa-born legend is Denmark, as Trina has won the Denmark Open five times to date, with the prospect of another this time around.
In a similar set-up to Germany, the event will see the Denmark Open on Saturday, April 29, with the Denmark Masters on the Sunday.
Both tournaments take place at the Granly Hockey Arena and are sure to make for a fun and competitive weekend of tungsten tossing.