Before the Darts Show podcast embarks on a short break over the next month or so, Colin Lloyd and Paul Prenderville break down the World Cup of Darts and are joined by William O'Connor after a stunning run in Hamburg.
After the most memorable World Cup of Darts anyone can remember, it's time to hear from the winners and discuss the talking points from this year's extravaganza in Germany.
The format has been debated over, the emergence of new darting nations and the pride and passion in representing your country, it's all here as the team reflect on four days of drama.
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William O'Connor - Republic of Ireland's stunning run to the final caused a huge stir so after a few days to reflect, the World Cup ever-present reflects on the tournament's progress, Steve Lennon's emergence and his own thoughts on turning professional.
Colin Lloyd - Jaws has plenty to say on a tournament that captured the imagination, whether the format needs a tweak and how good it is to see a healthy-looking Gary Anderson fit and firing.
Gary Anderson & Peter Wright - we hear from Scotland's winning pair who finally break the England and Netherlands dominance of the tournament, with the promise of more to come and also wax lyrical on the emerging nations.
Prediction time - the less said the better, but we check in with the latest updates as the team miss the target in some style.
You don't have to wait long until darts is back on Sky Sports with nine days of coverage from Blackpool and the World Matchplay. It starts on Saturday July 20 and the final is on Sunday July 28.