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.
The Philippine Masters and the Philippine International Open of 2010 was held two days in a row with players from Malaysia, Sabah, England, Brunei, Dubai and Sweden. The Philippine Masters was won by 3-time Philippine Open (2006, 2007 & 2008) Champion, 2009 French and Korean Opens and 2010 Malaysian Open Singles
Scotland’s Ross Montgomery made a sensational recovery to land the Zuiderduin Masters title in Egmon aan Zee today. He went into the interval 4-0 down in sets but staged a tremendous fight back to clinch the title by 5 sets to 4. England’s Trina Gulliver also came from behind when
Franco Bertini has won the Italian Open mens singles title in Pieve di Cento. He beat fellow Italian Luca Catallo 5 – 2 in the final. The ladies title went to Laura Ariani when she defeated Giadi Ciofi 4 – 2. Last 8 Men Last 8 Women 1 FRANCO BERTINI
England’s Scotty Mitchell took the Singles title at the CenterParcs Masters which was played in Lommel, Belgium today. Scotty had a 3-0 sets win over surprise package Vern Sheppard who plays his County darts for Middlesex. In the Semi-Finals Scotty took out Tony West (who had just beaten brother Steve)
England`s Roy Brown defeated Andy Keen, also from England, to win this years Malta Open. In the ladies event it was also an all english affair with Kerry Simmonds beating Lakeside qualifier Wendy Reinstadtler to take the title. Last 8 Men: 1. Roy Brown England 2. Andy Keen England 3.
It was home wins all the way in the Lithuanian Open at the weekend with Arunas Ciplys winning the mens singles and Erika Bagdonaviciene taking the ladies title. Last 8 Men: 1 Arunas Ciplys (Lithuania) 2 Stig Jarle Knudsen (Norway) 3 Madars Razma (Latvia) 3 Dainius Ivanavicius (Lithuania) 5 Darius
Polands Krzysztof Ratajski won the mens singles title in the Latvian Open and Swedens Maud Jansson took the ladies title. Krzysztof beat Peter Sajwani from Sweden 3 sets to nil and Maud beat Polands Karolina Podgorska by 2 sets to nil.