England’s Paul Jennings was seeded as #16 but at the end of the day he was #1. Paul was on fire all day long. He took all his games with a clear score. He did not give his opponents more than one leg until the final against Finland’s Sami Sanssi.
Australian No.1 Anthony Fleet defeated fellow Australian Darts Team Representative Kyle Anderson in the final of the 2nd West Coast Classic played at the Lesmurdie Club in Perth. It was anticipated to be a very close hard fought match and it was between the two top seeds. “Fleety” who took
Mens Results Womens Results Robbie Green Eng 1 Lorraine Farlam Eng Clive Barden Eng 2 Irina Armstrong Rus Peter Mitchell Eng 3 Kate Smith Sco Gary Robson Eng 3 Julie Gore Wal Willy van der Wiel Neth 5 Anne Kirk Sco Steve Douglas Eng 5 Susanna Young Sco Carl Beattie
On Saturday we saw a few surprises at the Men Singles with 1,898 darts players participating. Stefan Gerritsen beat Garry Thompson 3-0, and the Englishman wasn’t the only casualty to Dutch players. Darryl Fitton was beaten 3-1 by Wilbert Koerten and Willem van der Putten had a 3-0 victory over Jan
Results from the German Gold Cup 2011 are listed below Mens Results Womens Results Thomas Junghans Switzerland 1 Aileen de Graf Netherlands Swen Seifert Germany 2 Floortje van Zanten Netherlands Bart van de Biesebos Netherland 3 Heike Jenkins Germany Bryan de Hoog Netherland 3 Michelle Sossong Germany Elvin Gerloff Netherland 5
American”s Larry Butler and Gordon Dixon battled in the mens finals of the Las Vegas Open. Butler hit a key 148 out in the 4th leg to take a 3-1 lead. He finished off Dixon in the 5th leg to win 4-1. Bob Sinnaeve and Ed LaBarbera rounded out the
Article by Catherine Haycock Contributors Rick Smith & Mary Dezan – NDFC Curry stepped onto the finals stage facing off against Canada’s number 1 lady Cindy Pardy of Alberta. Each lady hungry for the win went to the final leg in a best of 7 match. The deciding leg saw Pardy win the bull
Martin Adams joined an exclusive club of three times winners as he won a 131-minute thriller against debutant Dean Winstanley 7-5. But the 54-year-old veteran from Peterborough, the 1/2 on favourite was made to work for his victory after seeing the third seed reverse a 2-0 deficit and twice lead
Trina Gulliver chalked up her ninth world championship in 11 years toppling Welsh international Rhian Edwards 2-0 in 23 minutes. In a repeat of last year’s final Gulliver from Somerset justified her top seeding but was made hard to work for the victory by the impressive Welsh player. Remarkably Gulliver,
The WDF World Ranking Tables for 2010 are now complete.