Let’s Play Darts for Comic Relief

A Barry-based young darts referee is looking forward to some Comic Relief when he calls the shots on the national televised charity broadcast marathon. 21-year-old Huw Ware will call the shots for the camera when Lets Play Darts for Comic Relief airs on the BBC on Friday, March 13. Cardiff University student Huw Ware once again stepped[…]

Huw Ware Officiates BDO’s Newest Tournament

A Barry darts referee notched up a tournament first last week when he officiated at the final of the Inaugural BDO (British Darts Organisation) Daily Mirror World Trophy. Huw Ware, who was the youngest referee ever to officiate a World Championship final in 2013, oversaw the BDO’s newest major tournament. The contest, in the Blackpool Tower Ballroom,[…]

James Copeland Interviews Huw Ware

When I tell someone I love darts, the standard response is either “dance? As in ballroom?” or “Wonnnn Huuuuundred and Eeeeiiighteeee!” Somewhere in the darting timeline, referees came to personify the essence of darts – fun, enthusiastic and eccentric. There are people that have never watched darts who are still able to mimic the gravelly[…]

Huw Wins Cardiff Media Award

One of the darts world’s youngest referees has just returned home to Barry after overseeing the Men’s final at the 40th Winmau World Masters in Hull. Former All Saints Church in Wales primary and Westbourne pupil Huw Ware, who is currently studying at Cardiff University, has been congratulated on his success by Vale MP Alun[…]

Darts Be Thy Name Interview

Huw is a record breaker in his own right, being the youngest ever referee at the age of 18. Huw is a proud Welshman from Glamorgan. 1. So Huw, how did you find out about being a caller/referee? When I started playing darts I found the numbers all clicked together in my head quite quickly[…]