Belcoo darts player, Brendan Dolan made the trip to Germany to take part in the PDC Super Series Three over four days and claimed some impressive victories, however, failed to win any of the competitions.

Dolan began on Saturday, April 24, by reaching the quarter-finals in Niedernhausen, Germany winning his first three games comfortably.

Michael Rasztovits 6-3 in the last 128 and this was followed by victories over Boris Kolstov (6-2) and Geert de Vos (6-4).

In the last 16, he would face Unibet Premier League Darts 2021 league leader Nathan Aspinall and Dolan was in dominating form knocking out the English thrower 6-3 with an average of 102.

However, Dolan was to fall in the quarter-finals on the first day of the competition when Jose de Sousa beat him 6-2.

Spaniard De Sousa went on to claim the spoils of the first Super Series.

On Sunday, Dolan made it to the last 32 where he was beaten by Dutch legend Raymond van Barneveld 6-5.

The History Maker saw off Martin Thomas (6-4) and Eddie Lovely (6-1) before falling to van Barneveld.

Monday was to be the most successful day for Dolan as he made it to the semi-final.

On his way to the last four, Dolan threw some impressive darts to defeat Zora Lerchbacher (6-4) and Nick Kenny (6-4). In both games, Dolan threw an average of 104 and 100 respectively.

He then defeated Martin Lukeman (6-5) Mensur Suljovic (6-5) and Rob Cross (6-50 to set up a semi-final with Martin Kleermaker.

And it was to be the Dutch thrower who would reach the final defeating Dolan 7-5.

The final day of the series was to be the shortest day for Dolan who after defeating Rene Eidams 6-4 lost out to Ted Evetts 6-5 in the last 64.