BoyleSports Extend Sponsorship of the World Grand Prix in New Three-Year Deal

BoyleSports have handed a big boost to the Professional Darts Corporation by signing a new 3-year title sponsorship extension to the BoyleSports World Grand Prix of darts major from 2022.

Current World Number Seven in the PDC darts rankings Jonny Clayton will defend his crown when the BoyleSports World Grand Prix returns next October in Dublin.

‘The Ferret’ was an outstanding winner of the 2021 title, beating World Number One and defending champion Gerwyn Price 5-1 in the breath taking final at the Morningside Arena in Leicester.

The BoyleSports World Grand Prix is scheduled to return to the Citywest Hotel in Dublin in 2022, with the top 16 of the Order of Merit players, plus the best 16 players from the Players Championship Order of Merit making up a field of 32.

“BoyleSports are delighted to continue our strong commitment to the PDC and world darts

…by extending our sponsorship of one of the biggest & best events on the PDC world calendar,” said Mark Kemp, Chief Executive of BoyleSports.

“The BoyleSports World Grand Prix will be back in October 2022 and we are already looking forward to seeing the world’s best players pitted against each other in the unique Grand Prix format. It will be great to see our 2021 BoyleSports Grand champion Jonny Clayton try to defend his title at the Citywest Hotel in Dublin in front of an Irish crowd.”

PDC Chief Executive Matt Porter said: “BoyleSports have been a valued sponsor of the PDC for many years across a number of tournaments and the World Grand Prix is a perfect fit for them, so we’re delighted that they will continue as title sponsors until at least 2024.

“The BoyleSports World Grand Prix is synonymous with Dublin and we’re all looking forward to taking the event back there in 2022 for one of the highlights of the PDC calendar.”

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Pictured: Adam Perfect (Head of Commercial, PDC), Jonny Clayton (BoyleSports World Grand Prix Champion 2021), Gerwyn Price (BoyleSports World Grand Prix Champion 2020), Leon Blanche (Head of Communications for BoyleSports).