Bedlington Darts player Chris Dobey qualified for the PDC World Series of darts finals next month after coming through the gruelling qualifying rounds. 

The world number 38 booked his place in Glasgow after winning four matches in the World Series qualifier earlier this month, beating Alan Norris and Ron Meulenkamp on his way there.

After a slow start to the season, Dobey believes he has started to “come into form at the right time” of the year with the big tournaments looming.

“I’ve came into some good form at the right time with some of the big TV competitions coming up,” Dobey said.

“These include the World Series, Players Championship finals, Grand Slam of Darts and of course the World Championships in December.”

The World Series of Darts is the first of many big tournaments heading the end of the year in the PDC, with most notably the World Championships in December.

With it being the business end of the season for many players now, Dobey feels his “confidence” can help him finish 2017 strongly.

“I feel as though I am in good form at the minute, and believe I am heading into the World Series finals full of confidence,” Dobey said.

“The World Series most importantly though gives me another chance to showcase my skills and vital match practice.

“The qualifiers for the upcoming Grand Slam of Darts are only a few days after too which come at a great time for me.”