LAKESIDE 2014 MATCH SCHEDULE The schedule of play for the 2014 Lakeside has been announced by the BDO, and Trina Gulliver will kick the event off on Saturday 4th January. I need to find out the exact TV coverage details – as I’m not sure that is clear yet. I hope quite a lot will …
Winmau 40th World Masters Finals Day The Masters gets some live TV time on Sunday, with Eurosport showing the semi-finals onwards. Some big names still in the tournament, with many fans favourite Stephen Bunting still looking good for the title. Possibly the game of the 1/4 finals will be Waites vs Robbie Green.. although the …
Lakeside 2014 Draw The Lakeside draw was made just a few minutes ago in front of the Winmau World Masters crowd, and is below. Previous winner and household name Martin Adams will play a prelim game against David Cameron (not the prime minister ). Mens Draw Preliminary Round Shamitsu Hiriaki v Christian Kist Harley Kemp …
Remember 1/4 finals streamed on Winmau TV from 3.30, then semi-finals on Eurosport (full schedule here) Stephen Bunting-ENG v Remco van Eijden I have been impressed with Remco. He has a great attitude on stage, good body language, he exudes confidence and why not when you are playing as well as him. He hit a 99 …
Winmau 40th World Masters Last 16 Results Results from the darts in Hull – streamed live on Winmau TV. Ladies Semi Finals Deta Hedman 4-1 Fallon Sherrock Rachel Brooks 4-2 Aileen De Graaf Winmau World Masters 2013 Men’s last 8 Mens Last 16 Wesley Harms 0-3 Stephen Bunting Remco Van Eijden 3-2 Glen Durrant Dennis …
Winmau World Masters Last 32 Results There was controversy in Hull at the Masters, as the game between Ryan Searle and Richie George saw the game won by Searle with a d10 that was clearly not in. This isn’t the first time this has happened recenty, with Phil Taylor winning a leg with a d12 …
WIll Scotty be too hotty again? He’s doing well in the Grand Slam of darts at the time of writing
The schedule of play for the 2014 Lakeside has been announced by the BDO, and Trina Gulliver will kick the event off on Saturday 4th January. I need to find out the exact TV coverage details – as I’m not sure that is clear yet. I hope quite a lot will be available on the BBC red button if it’s not on the main channel.
TRINA GULLIVER v TAMARA SCHUUR
SCOTT WAITES v ALAN NORRIS
DAVID CAMERON v MARTIN ADAMS
WESLEY HARMS v PAUL JENNINGS
MADARS RAZMA v JOHN MICHAEL
HARLEY KEMP v MICHAEL MEENEY
JEFFREY DE GRAAF v MARTIN ATKINS
RACHEL BROOKS v ANN LOUISE PETERS
SHIMIZU HIROAKI v CHRISTIAN KIST
ANASTASIA DOBROMYSLOVA v KARIN KRAPPEN
ROBBIE GREEN v RICHIE GEORGE
GARY ROBSON v RON MEULENKAMP
MIKE DAY v SAM HEAD
JIM WIDMAYER v GARRY THOMPSON
FALLON SHERROCK v RILANA ERADES
REMCO VAN EIJDEN v RICK HOFSTRA
DARRYL FITTON v TONY ECCLES
KAREL SEDLACEK v PAUL HOGAN
JAN DEKKER v BENITO VAN DE PAS
JULIE GORE v RACHNA DAVID
JEROEN GEERDINK v DAVE PRINS
GEERT DE VOS (BEL) v RAZMA (LAT) / MICHAEL (GRE)
ROSS MONTGOMERY (SCO) v KEMP (AUS) / MEENEY (IRL)
TONY O’SHEA (ENG) v CAMERON (CAN) / ADAMS (ENG)
SCOTT MITCHELL (ENG) v SEDLACEK (CZE) / HOGAN (ENG)
STEPHEN BUNTING (ENG) v WIDMAYER (USA) / THOMPSON (ENG)
DETA HEDMAN v LORRAINE FARLAM
JIM WILLIAMS (WAL) v GEERDINK (NED) or PRINS (ENG)
GLEN DURRANT v MIKE DAY or HEAD (ENG)
JAMES WILSON (ENG) v HIROAKI (JPN) or KIST (NED)
Round 2 Match #1 – TOP HALF
Round 2 Match #2 – TOP HALF
Round 2 Match #3 – TOP HALF
IRINA ARMSTRONG (GER) v SHARON PRINS (NED)
Round 2 Match #4 – TOP HALF
Round 2 Match #5 – BOTTOM HALF
Round 2 Match #6 – BOTTOM HALF
AILEEN DE GRAAF (NED) v LISA ASHTON (ENG)
Round 2 Match #7 – BOTTOM HALF
Round 2 Match #8 – BOTTOM HALF
Women’s QF Match #1
Men’s QF Match #1 – TOP HALF
Men’s QF Match #2 – TOP HALF
Women’s QF Match #2
Women’s QF Match #3
Men’s QF Match #3 – BOTTOM HALF
Men’s QF Match #4 – BOTTOM HALF
Women’s QF Match #4
1230 Women’s SF Match #1
Followed by Women’s SF Match #2
Not before 1430 Men’s SF Match #1
Followed by Women’s Final (Best of 5 sets)
Followed by Men’s SF Match #2
The Masters gets some live TV time on Sunday, with Eurosport showing the semi-finals onwards. Some big names still in the tournament, with many fans favourite Stephen Bunting still looking good for the title. Possibly the game of the 1/4 finals will be Waites vs Robbie Green.. although the Dekker vs Wilson game is also a corker.
Winmau winners 2013, Deta Hedman and Stephen Bunting
UPDATE: I’m hearing the ladies final will now be shown live on Eurosport, and has been moved to a 9pm slot before the men’s final.. I hope that’s true!
UPDATE: Well done Stephen Bunting, who wins the entire tournament without dropping a set! You may not like to hear this, but PDC bound next year?
The Lakeside draw was made just a few minutes ago in front of the Winmau World Masters crowd, and is below. Previous winner and household name Martin Adams will play a prelim game against David Cameron (not the prime minister ).
Shamitsu Hiriaki v Christian Kist
Harley Kemp v Michael Meaney
Madars Razma v John Michael
David Cameron v Martin Adams
Karel Sedlacek v Paul Hogan
Jeroen Geerdink v David Prins
New Zealand Qualifier v Winmau World Master or Sam Head
Jim Woodmeyer v Garry Thompson
First Round Draw
1. Stephen Bunting v Jim Woodmeyer or Garry Thompson
16. Jim Williams v Jeroen Geerdink or David Prins
8. Remco van Eijden v Rik Hofstra
9. Jeffrey de Graaf v Martin Atkins
4. Darryl Fitton v Tony Eccles
13. Wesley Harms v Paul Jennings
5. Robbie Green v Richie George
12. Gary Robson v Ron Meulenkamp
2. James Wilson v Shamitsu Hiriaki or Christian Kist
15. Scott Mitchel v Karel Sedlacek or Paul Hogan
7. Scott Waites v Alan Norris
10. Glen Durrant v New Zealand Qualifier or Winmau Master or Sam Head
11. Geert de Vos v Madars Razma v John Michael
6. Jan Dekker v Benito van der Pas
14. Ross Montgomery v Harly Kemp or Michael Meaney
3. Tony O’Shea v David Cameron or Martin Adams
No.8 Seed: Irina Armstrong (Ger) v Sharon Prins (Neth)
No.1 Seed: Deta Hedman (Eng) v Lorraine Farlam (Eng)
No.4 Seed: Julia Gore (Wal) v Rachna David (Nor)
No.5 Seed: Rachel Brooks (Eng) v Ann Louise Peters-(Den)
No.6 Seed: Fallon Sherrock (Eng) v Rilana Erades-(Neth)
No.3 Seed: Anastasia Dobromyslova (Rus) v Karin Krappen-(Neth)
No.2 Seed: Trina Gullivar (Eng) v Tamara Schuur (Neth)
No.7 Seed: Aileen de Graaf (Neth) v Lisa Ashton (Eng)
I have been impressed with Remco. He has a great attitude on stage, good body language, he exudes confidence and why not when you are playing as well as him. He hit a 99 average against Meulenkamp in the last 32 game and overcame Glen Durrant in a bruising last leg shoot out.
Bunting though is the reigning Winmau World Master and didn’t break sweat whilst beating Sparky to nil last night with a near 95 average.
I think the game will be closer than the 1/4 odds offered on a win for The Bullet. Remco is a best price of 100/30
We say: The Bullet to qualify but save your pound for a game with better odds
Danny Noppert-NED v Darryl Fitton-ENG
I have this as “game of the night” material. The new young Dutch star, 22 year old Danny Noppert against the wily and experienced Darryl Fitton. If you think Remco looks confident wait until you witness Danny come bouncing on to the stage! Someone remarked to me that Fitton looked back to his best last night, I agree. He came through a tough last leg shoot out against Robbo. He fired in seven 180’s in the process. But, he can have a “bad day at the office.”
The bookies are splitting them but only just! Fitton is 8/13 and Danny 5/4.
We say: Too tight to call but if pushed, Danny Noppert can win this darts match!
Scott Waites V Robbie Green
James preparing for his game V Ryan Searle !
Kong was impressive last night. He was clinical on his doubles and this was the best I have seen him play for a while. One joy of actually being at a tournament is picking up nuggets of information. One knowledgeable BDO darts “fan” is convinced Scotty 2 Hotty won’t win The Masters. On the evidence of what I have seen though Scotty is doing enough and playing well. He beat an out of sorts Ross Montgomery yesterday and Green should be much more of a test.
Waites is a best price 8/15 and Green 7/4
We Say: Scotty is still going through the gears and will go through.
Jan Dekker v James Wilson
Jan Dekker has also surprised me this week, in a good way. He beat Tony Eccles and Geert de Vos three nil last night. James Wilson though looks on another level to me. He has despatched Adams and Searle with his no nonsense style and will do the same to Dekker!
Wilson 4/9 Dekker 15/8
We Say: Our bet of the day, James Wilson to qualify!
Wesley Harms 0-3 Stephen Bunting Remco Van Eijden 3-2 Glen Durrant
Dennis Nilsson 0-3 Danny Noppert Darryl Fitton 3-2 Gary Robson
Ross Montgomery 0-3 Scott Waites
Andy Chalmers 0-3 Robbie Green Jan Dekker 3-2 Geert De Vos Jamie Wilson 3-1 Ryan Searle
There was controversy in Hull at the Masters, as the game between Ryan Searle and Richie George saw the game won by Searle with a d10 that was clearly not in. This isn’t the first time this has happened recenty, with Phil Taylor winning a leg with a d12 which clearly missed the Target. That wasn’t a match shot though, and with Bobby George clearly leading a twitter outrage about the d10 that wasn’t, this isn’t going to go away quietly. There’s been no official response from the BDO, but even stalwart Wolfie has been quick to voice his thoughts on the matter, saying no game should be won this way.
The video of the incident is below – and the comms commentating on the game clearly says “good marker” before the shot is called game shot, and it’s clear that it should not have stood.
The last 16 continues today in Hull – you can watch live from 6:45pm today on Winmau TV here. The competition will be live on TV (Eurosport) on Sunday, showing the semi-finals onwards).
Stephen Bunting 3-0 John Michael
Wesley Harms 3-0 David Neads
Remco van Eijden 3-1 Ron Meulenkamp
Glen Durrant 3-1 Daniel Larsson
Darryl Fitton 3-0 Nigel Lamb
Gary Robson 3-1 Benito van de Pas
Danny Noppert 3-0 Jeffrey de Graaf
Dennis Nilsson 3-2 Martin Atkins
James Wilson 3-1 Martin Adams
Ryan Searle 3-1 Richie George
Geert de Vos 3-0 Madars Razma
Jan Dekker 3-2 Tony Eccles
Scott Waites 3-1 Phil Blackwell
Ross Montgomery 3-1 Mark Layton
Andy Chalmers 3-1 Tony O’Shea
Robbie Green 3-1 Rick Hofstra
There are darts players of all standards going along to THE FUN EVENT of 2013, think of it as a holiday and multiple darts competition in one, and there will be a huge social side to the Jersey festival as there was in 2012.
You do not have to be a superstar to come and join in the fun..
You get to mix with some of the top stars of the games – most of whom thoroughly enjoy the company of their fans, and opponents!
You gain invaluable experience at playing in many different types of competitions – against a vast range of different levels of expertise..
You do not have to play in every competition – only those that you wish to play in.
So – if you can get the time off – come and join us – the hotel provides a great breakfast (included) – and at the equivalent of £40 per night – it is a great break too!! Full details can be found on the Jersey Festivals website highlighted below.
The Festival, with not one but two BDO ranking events takes place at the Royal Hotel, (minutes away from Jerseys famous Tax Free High Street) from 13th to 17th November and carries well over £20,000 of guaranteed prize money.
BDO stars, like Stephen Bunting, Darryl Fitton, Gary Robson, Glen Durant, Tony Eccles, Trina Gulliver and Deta Hedman and among just some that have already booked their places as the 2013/14 season kicks quickly into gear. To join them, and for full details including booking links simply visit www.jerseysportsfestivals.co.uk or if you have any queries simply telephone 07976 945327. To reserve your place you can also telephone the hotel directly on 01534 873006 and ask for Chris Franco
Lakeside 2014 tickets coming soon.. and available online!
About time the Lakeside got itself into the 21 century – it’s selling tickets through their website! About time to archaic application system was ditched.
Tickets for the 2014 Lakeside World Professional Darts Championships, which start Saturday 4th January 2014 and run until Sunday 12th January, are expected to go onsale by the first week of August 2013.
The England Masters was yet another triumph for STEPHEN BUNTING and ANASTASIA DOBROMYSLOVA.
I hear there was some more bad blood at the event… certain female players seem not to have read the rules, and thought Anastasia was not eligible for the England Masters – although she was well within the rules to enter and take part (she plays for an English county and HOLDS AN ENGLISH PASSPORT). Some people within the ladies game need to take a step back and think what’s best for their game – the infighting and sometimes obvious racism could tear the game apart.
This comment from EDO head Tommy Thompson sums it up…
“Seriously I am sick to the back teeth of some of the players and their antics, things will be sorted out, there will be a code of conduct, which will apply. I am not putting up with crap we get off an odd or sod of a player, just because these few feel that the event/venue/prize money etc, etc are not as they wish it to be, it doesn’t give them the right to vent their frustrations out, on the officials, who worked tirelessly. They never see what you have to go through to put an event on, to raise the prize money secure venues, build and maintain equipment, and all done , by volunteers who have to take their annual holidays from work, to do this. These officials don’t have a chance of winning a few grand, its the players who do that. All I can say is either keep your opinions to yourselves, or put them in front of the Board of Directors in a proper and dignified way, don’t like it! don’t come anymore!.”
2013 England Masters Champions:
Men’s Singles STEPHEN BUNTING; Ladies Singles ANASTASIA DOBROMYSLOVA; Youth Singles CHARLIE BURNS.
Men’s Pairs: ROSS MONTGOMERY & ROBBIE GREEN; Ladies Pairs: CLAIRE BALL & AMANDA MALLETT
MEN’S ENGLAND NATIONAL SINGLES: GARRY THOMPSON
LADIES ENGLAND NATIONAL SINGLES: TRINA GULLIVER
YOUTH ENGLAND NATIONAL SINGLES: JOSH McCARTHY
England Masters Champions : Stephen Bunting (Mens), Anastasia Dobromyslova (Ladies) & Charlie Burns (Youth)
2013 Target Jersey Darts Festival; Open for Entries NOW!
Last year’s Jersey Darts festival was a big hit with those who went – but some top BDO players stayed away, some not realising that Howard Miller, the organiser, was deadly serious about this tournament and the huge prize money (and ranking points) on offer.
But after last year’s event was such a success, I know more big names will be going along to try and win some of that big prize money. There’s multiple events, for both men and women; singles, doubles, and even a ‘NO HOPERS AND CABBAGES’ event for those who never normally make it past the first round.
As many of the biggest names in Darts will confirm, in years gone by the Jersey Festival of darts was one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the calendar with the list of winners reading like a genuine who’s who of darts with Phil Taylor, ‘I’m a celebrity get me out of here star’ Eric Bristow, Jockey Wilson, Keith Deller, Big Cliff Lazerenko all among the players boasting victories in the Channel Islands.
James Wilson, Mens Target Jersey Classic Winner 2012, with organiser Howard Miller
After a gap of some fifteen years and organised jointly under the auspices of the Jersey and English Darts Organisations, and co-sponsored by manufacturers Target Darts and the world’s leading on line darts retailers Darts Corner the Festival made a hugely successful return to the darts diary in November last year, a return to the event circuit in which players from all over Europe gathered at the superb Merton Hotel to compete for over £23,000 of prize money.
Whilst actual entries were lower than anticipated for this return, it was down not to the venue which was superb, nor the great prize money on offer which totalled more than £24,000 and nor the fact that it held two ranking events as its unique selling point.
Unfortunately numbers suffered as a direct consequence of major event in Belgium retrospectively changing its dates, a frustrating move but one in which the organisers of Jersey had no control over.
Thankfully though, however frustrating it was for the organisers it most certainly didn’t detract from the enjoyment of those who did attend who had, for four days a super time, leaving as they did, with widespread promises to return for this year.
A promise, an endorsement from the attendees that will no doubt have them flocking to the small island from all over Europe come November.
The Festival, largely unique for the fact that it held, for both men and ladies not one but two BDO ranking events witnessed some magnificent matches over the four days and more some truly exceptional dart averages a lot of which were thankfully streamed live throughout the world as and when they happened.
Cleveland’s Glen Durrant, darts very own ‘Mr nice guy’ proved himself to be not only a worthy of such an accolade but far more significantly for his career an oh so popular winner of the Darts Corner men’s classic event when in front of a large, very voicepherous but none the less certainly very educated crowd he defeated Jamie Wilson 4-1 to pick up the £2,400 first prize.
In the semi finals Durrant had beaten Sam Head 4-1 whilst Wilson chalked up a 4-2 victory against another huge darting figure and BDO ambassador Darryl Fitton, in what was a much closer game than the score may suggest and one in which the former notched up a truly memorable 110 average.
Then almost as though it was written, Wilson who undoubtedly over the four days proved himself to be the most consistent player at the Festival gained more than adequate compensation when returning to the stage some sixty minutes later he narrowly saw off the challenge from Irelands Paul Brown in a thrilling 4-3 victory to win the Target Darts Men’s Open and in doing so adding a further £2,000 to his Festival earnings.
Nice work if you can get it!
Losing semi finalists in the Target open were Michael Whitworth who lost out to Wilson and Darryl Fitton beaten at this stage for the second time in two ranking events beaten 4-2 by Brown.
Both Fitton and particularly Wilson also narrowly missed out on the chance of a “£1000 bonus” jackpot which up for grabs to any player who won both the Target Open and Darts classic, much no doubt to the financial relief of the organisers who had guaranteed added windfall!
2012 Ladies pairs winners Deta Hedman and Anastasia
The two ranking events carried a total combined prize fund of £11,400.00 with losers even in the last 16 picking up £100.00 each.
Rightly or wrongly the organisers felt strongly that prize money distribution should be evenly shared which appeared to please the vast majority of players in attendance, a stance that will be repeated come November.
In the Darts Corner Ladies Classic which whilst small, compared with the numbers in some events, was still none the less, as competitive as any tournament held anywhere, featuring as it did, half a dozen of the best players in the world, and it ultimately proved to be very much a case of the new guard triumphing over the old, with young eighteen year old star Fallon Sherrock, last year’s Ladies junior Winmau champion beating ‘umpteen’ times world ladies champion and BDO legend Trina Gulliver 3-0 in the final.
In the semi finals Fallon beat Deta Hedman 3-1 and Trina went one leg better by disposing of Sarah Thornbury 3-0.
In the second ladies ranking event, The Target Darts Open, the final featured two hugely experienced and iconic warriors in the shape of Lisa Aston and Deta Hedman with Lancashire star Ashton winning the day 3-1 against this year’s world championship runner up with averages from both ladies way into the eighties.
The event also witnessed what was surely one of the finest ladies matches ever staged -thankfully live streamed as well-when in a repeat of this year’s world championship epic tussle, Hedman got a bit of revenge over Anastasia Dobromylsova when squeaking through 3-2 in a match which saw Deta and Anastasia record a staggering 93.21 and 92.83 average respectively, what a game!
Both the ladies ranking events carried £2000.00 in prize money.
The mixed doubles was won by Deta Hedman and Glen Durrant who beat Darryl Fitton and Chrissie Hailliday winning £300 and £150 respectively. The £1000 men’s doubles by Michael Waterworth and that man again Darryl Fitton and in the ladies doubles no surprise to see the quite awesome pairing of Anastasia Dobromyslova and Deta Hedman pick up the £250 first prize when beating Sue Gulliver and Fallon Sherrock.
There was also a CI Open event held on the Wednesday night with a guaranteed prize fund of £2000.00 and the winner was Holland’s Jimmy Hendriks who beat Clevelands Tony Eccles 3-1 in the final to collect the £800.00 first prize, with Glenn Durrant and Paul Brown adding another £200.00 each to their weeks earnings.
One mustn’t forget either the rather originally named No Hopers and Cabbages singles event, the last tournament of the week.
Whilst it carried a very healthy £1500.00 in prize money, to ensure as many players as possible left Jersey with cash in their hands, it was only open to those players who had not picked up any prize money in any of the ranking events and after a really hard fought few hours on the Saturday afternoon. The honour of being officially crowned the darts world’s first ‘cabbage’ not to mention official ‘No Hoper’ was bestowed upon Gary Thompson who beat Kevin Burness in the fianle.
Gassa picked up a very healthy £500.00 with Kevin half that amount. Losing semi finalists were Mark James and Nasim Maderick who both picked up £250 each
It was great few days of darts and proving the BDO’s decision and faith shown in awarding the festival CAT B status, to a man-and of course lady-players and supporters alike left for the airport shouting the praises of not just the facilities at the Merton which were truly first class, but the layout of the darts, courtesy it has to be said of the hard working EDO and their officials, particularly Vic Sexton (and what a start he was) and more the ease in which everything including the extension of matches shown by the live screening ran, with nearly everyone promising to return in 2013 when the Festival promises to be bigger and better.
Darts Corner Men’s Open
Final; Glen Durrant bt R/U Jamie Wilson 4-1; S/F Wilson bt Darryl Fitton 4-2, Durrant bt Sam Head 4-1; Q/F Fitton bt Scotty Mitchell 4-2, Wilson bt Paul Brown 4-1, Durrant bt David Wilson 4-0, Head bt Tony Martin 4-1; L16 Fitton bt Willy Van de Wiel 4-1, Mitchell bt Steve Eusebini 4-2, Brown bt Graham Platt 4-0, Wilson bt Gary Robson 4-0, Durrant bt Gary Stafford 4-1, Wilson bt Beniton van de Pas 4-1, Martin bt Simon Roberts 4-2, Head by Jono Nolan 4-2,
Winner£2400.00, R/U £1000.00, LS/F £500.00 each, LQ/F £250.00 each, L L16 £100.00 each
Darts Corner Ladies Open
Final ; Fallon Sharrock bt Trina Gulliver 3-0, S/F Sherrock bt Deta Hedman 3-1, Trina Gulliver bt Dee Bateman 3-0, Q/F Sherrock bt Zoe Jones 3-0, Hedman bt Sarah Thornbury 3-1, Trina Gulliver bt Sue Gulliver 3-0, Bateman bt Mandy Smith 3-0, L16 Sherrock bt Lisa Ashton 3-1, Jones bt Rachel Brooks 3-0, Hedman bt Margaret Sutton 3-1, Thornbury bt Julie Thompson 3-2, Sue Gulliver bt Gemma Bowen 3-1, Trina Guliver bt Donna Rainsley 3-1, Bateman bt Paula Jacklin 3-1, Smith bt Becky De Sousa 3-0
Winner £800.00, R/U £400.00, LS/F £200.00 each, LQ/F £100.00 each
TARGET DARTS Mens Classic
Final; Jamie Wilson bt Paul Brown 4-3; S/F Brown bt Darryl Fitton 4-2, Wilson bt Michael Waterworth 4-2; Q/F Fitton bt Tony Eccles 4-2, Brown bt Gary Robson 4-3, Waterworth bt Raymond Kennedy 4-1, Wilson bt Tony Martin 4-2; L16 Fitton bt Scotty Mitchell 4-2, Eccles bt Paul Harvey 4-0, Robson bt Jimmy Hendriks 4-0, Brown bt Willy Van de Wiel 4-1, Waterworth bt Benito Van de Pas 4-1, Kennedy bt Eddie Le Bailley 4-1, Martin bt Ron Meulenkamp 4-3, Wilson bt Phil Speak 4-0
Winner £2000.00, R/U £800.00, L S/F £400 each, L Q/F £200.00 each, L L16 £100.00 each
TARGET DARTS Ladies Classic
Final; Lisa Ashton bt Deta Hedman 3-1, S/F Hedman bt Maggie Sutton 3-1, Ashton bt Rachel Brooks 3-1, Q/F Ashton bt Angie Le Bailley 3-1, Brooks bt Julie Thompson 3-1, Hedman bt Anastasia Dobromyslova 3-2, Sutton bt Julie Lambie 3-1, L16Ashton bt Dee Bateman 3-0, Le Bailley bt Elaine Kearns 3-0, Thompson bt Paula Jacklin 3-1, Brooks bt Sarah Thornbury 3-2, Dobromyslova bt Jenna Avril 3-1, Hedman bt Becky De Sousa 3-0, Lambie bt Tina Carver 3-1, Sutton bt Donna Rainsley 3-1
Winner £800.00, R/U £400.00, LS/F £200.00 each, LQ/F £100.00 each