CDC stars eye Cazoo World Championship qualification in Ontario

Danny Baggish (PDC)

The final Championship Darts Corporation treble-header of 2022 takes place this weekend, as North America’s leading stars battle it out for Cazoo World Darts Championship qualification.

The CDC ProTour season concludes with Events 10-12 in Waterdown, Ontario on September 10-11, as some of the biggest names in North America bid to seal their spots at Alexandra Palace.

There are two place on offer in the sport’s flagship event, with the top-ranked American and top-ranked Canadian from the 2022 Points Standings following Event 12 assured of World Championship qualification.

Event Three winner Danny Baggish tops the current standings on 84 points, having also featured in three further finals.

The American number one boasts a 15-point lead over his nearest challenger Leonard Gates, who defeated Baggish to claim North American Championship glory in June.

Meanwhile, David Cameron leads the list of Canadian hopefuls on 76 points, having scooped a hat-trick of titles in 2022.

Cameron is ten points above Jacob Taylor - a winner at Event Four & Event Seven - with John Norman Jr and ProTour finalist Matt Campbell further adrift.

Larry Butler - the inaugural World Matchplay Champion in 1994 - triumphed at Event Nine last month, and the 65-year-old will also be among the high-profile names in action.

Coverage of Events 10-12 will be streamed through PDCTV for all subscribers, and PDCTV Subscription options include a $1.99 Day Pass, which also covers this weekend's Interwetten German Darts Open.