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    Irelands Jason Barry into PDC World Championships

    Well done to Jason Barry who is throught to the PDC World Darts Championships.
    Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship PDPA Qualifiers
    JAMIE CAVEN, Kirk Shepherd, Jason Barry and Steve Evans will make their debuts in the Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship next month after coming through the PDPA Qualifiers in Wolverhampton on Friday night.

    The quartet were among 160 players competing for the eight PDPA Qualifier places in the tournament at the Aldersley Leisure Village.

    Caven will make his first appearance in a televised tournament at Alexandra Palace next month following a 5-2 victory against 2006 qualifier Dave Honey in his decisive match.

    The 31-year-old former World Youth Champion from Leicester also overcame John Scott, Jason Crawley and Danny Pinhorne.

    Welshman Evans has been a regular on the PDC circuit since qualifying for the 2003 UK Open, but a win over Darren Webster - a quarter-finalist in last year's World Championship - earned him his first appearance in front of the TV cameras away from Bolton.

    Shepherd, a 21-year-old former World Youth Masters winner, defeated veteran John MaGowan 5-4 in a close contest to book his first World Championship place.

    Irishman Barry followed up his qualification for the SkyBet World Grand Prix in October by defeating experienced Jamie Harvey 5-3 in his final match.

    Maish has slipped out of the world's top 32 since losing in round one of last year's World Championship to South African Wynand Havenga, but justified his number one seeding with some quality wins.

    He was pushed all the way in his deciding game, taking out 104 for victory in a deciding leg against Mark Frost, after earlier defeating Geoff Wylie, Dale Pinch and Robbie Green.

    Dutchman Jan van der Rassel defeated York's John Quantock 5-2 to earn himself a return to the World Championship, while Colin Monk is another player to book his place in yet another major championship with his 5-4 win over Paul Knighton.

    Former World Champions John Lowe, Eric Bristow, Richie Burnett and Keith Deller failed in their bids to reach Alexandra Palace.

    Gary Welding, the number three seed on the night, is facing a drop down the Order of Merit, having reached the quarter-finals of the World Championship two years ago but suffering a first game loss to Jon Archer in Wolverhampton.

    The draw for the Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship will be made on Monday 26 November at 3.30pm, live on Sky Sports News.

    Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship
    PDPA Qualifiers - Results


    Qualifiers

    Steve Maish
    Jan van der Rassel
    Colin Monk
    Steve Evans
    Jamie Caven
    Steve Hine
    Kirk Shepherd
    Jason Barry


    Round Five
    Steve Maish 5-4 Mark Frost
    Jan van der Rassel 5-2 John Quantock
    Colin Monk 5-4 Paul Knighton
    Steve Evans 5-4 Darren Webster
    Jamie Caven 5-2 Dave Honey
    Steve Hine 5-0 Alan Caves
    Kirk Shepherd 5-4 John MaGowan
    Jason Barry 5-3 Jamie Harvey
    Winners Qualify For Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship
    Losers £1,000



    Round Four
    Steve Maish 5-3 Robbie Green
    Mark Frost 5-0 John Ferrell
    John Quantock 5-4 Chris Allen
    Jan van der Rassel 5-3 Steve Smith
    Colin Monk 5-3 Nick Fulwell
    Paul Knighton 5-3 Andrew Howarth
    Darren Webster 5-2 Eddie Lovely
    Steve Evans 5-1 Shayne Burgess
    Jamie Caven 5-1 Danny Pinhorne
    Dave Honey 5-1 Jimmy Mann
    Steve Hine 5-4 Colin McGarry
    Alan Caves 5-0 Dave Ladley
    John MaGowan 5-4 Darren Williams
    Kirk Shepherd 5-2 Mark Stephenson
    Jamie Harvey 5-1 Dave Jowett
    Jason Barry 5-1 Simon Craven
    Losers £500

    Round Three
    Steve Maish 5-1 Dale Pinch
    Robbie Green 5-0 John Lowe
    John Ferrell 5-2 Michael Barnard
    Mark Frost 5-3 Paul Williams
    Chris Allen 5-3 Lee Palfreyman
    John Quantock 5-3 Sean Dowling
    Steve Smith 5-3 Ricky Williams
    Jan van der Rassel 5-4 Steve Cusick
    Colin Monk 5-3 Kelvin Painter
    Nick Fulwell 5-0 Garry Clamp
    Paul Knighton 5-0 Norman Fletcher
    Andrew Howarth 5-3 Kevin Dowling
    Darren Webster 5-2 Darrell Thorpe
    Eddie Lovely 5-1 Isen Veljic
    Shayne Burgess 5-3 Wayne Atwood
    Steve Evans 5-1 Darren Moulsley
    Danny Pinhorne 5-4 Dennis Smith
    Jamie Caven 5-2 Jason Crawley
    Jimmy Mann 5-2 Shane Passey
    Dave Honey 5-2 Sean Palfrey
    Steve Hine 5-2 James Keogh
    Colin McGarry 5-2 Eric Bristow
    Alan Caves 5-3 Peter Evison
    Dave Ladley 5-4 Ian Critchett
    John MaGowan 5-4 Kevin McDine
    Darren Williams 5-4 Dave Smith
    Kirk Shepherd 5-2 Andy Callaby
    Mark Stephenson 5-1 Stuart Holden
    Jamie Harvey 5-3 Jon Archer
    Dave Jowett 5-4 Yves Cottenge
    Simon Craven 5-4 Lee Holden
    Jason Barry 5-3 Ray Farrell

    Round Two
    Steve Maish 5-0 Geoff Wylie
    Dale Pinch 5-2 Nigel Peden
    John Lowe 5-0 Jimmy O'Regan
    Robbie Green 5-2 Graeme Stoddart
    Michael Barnard 5-3 Rico Vonck
    John Ferrell 5-3 Kieran Lennon
    Paul Williams 5-3 Darren Latham
    Mark Frost 5-4 Garry Spedding
    Chris Allen 5-1 John Kuczynski
    Lee Palfreyman 5-4 Ian Lever
    John Quantock Bye (Erwin Extercatte)
    Sean Dowling 5-3 Gary Noonan
    Steve Smith 5-0 Brian Cathcart
    Ricky Williams 5-0 Kevin Hill
    Steve Cusick 5-1 Mark Robinson
    Jan van der Rassel 5-1 Robbie Parker
    Colin Monk 5-2 Ian Jopling
    Kelvin Painter 5-2 Kees Slokkers
    Garry Clamp 5-3 Andrew Coulter
    Nick Fulwell 5-3 Mick Savvery
    Norman Fletcher 5-4 Richie Burnett
    Paul Knighton 5-2 Matt Chapman
    Andrew Howarth 5-3 Keith Deller
    Kevin Dowling 5-0 Paul Harrison
    Darren Webster 5-4 Garrett Gray
    Darrell Thorpe 5-3 Tommy Wilson
    Isen Veljic 5-1 Jamie Robinson
    Eddie Lovely 5-3 Jonathan Overton
    Wayne Atwood 5-1 Martin Burchell
    Shayne Burgess 5-1 Scott Marsh
    Darren Moulsley 5-4 Bob Crawley
    Steve Evans 5-1 Owen Caffrey
    Dennis Smith 5-2 Gary Blades
    Danny Pinhorne 5-0 Kevin Reade
    Jamie Caven 5-2 John Scott
    Jason Crawley 5-4 Matt Sheehan
    Jimmy Mann 5-4 Rick Andrews
    Shane Passey 5-2 Brian Jones
    Sean Palfrey 5-3 Colin Ritchie
    Dave Honey 5-2 Lee White
    Steve Hine 5-1 Darren Johnson
    James Keogh 5-2 Henry O'Neill
    Eric Bristow 5-1 Chris Sargeant
    Colin McGarry 5-0 Darren Sutton
    Alan Caves 5-2 Mark Cox
    Peter Evison 5-1 Robbie Newland
    Ian Critchett 5-2 Andy Pearson
    Dave Ladley 5-3 Robert Watson-Lang
    John MaGowan 5-1 Steve Grubb
    Kevin McDine 5-1 James Barton
    Dave Smith 5-1 Peter Aleman
    Darren Williams 5-3 Mark Lawrence
    Andy Callaby 5-1 Frazer Hill
    Kirk Shepherd 5-3 Ian Branks
    Stuart Holden 5-1 Dale Newton
    Mark Stephenson 5-1 Kevin Harris
    Jon Archer 5-1 Gary Welding
    Jamie Harvey 5-2 Aaron Turner
    Yves Cottenge 5-3 Mark Carter
    Dave Jowett 5-1 Brian Whybrow
    Lee Holden 5-1 Alan Green
    Simon Craven 5-4 Taro Yachi
    Jason Barry 5-0 Simon Whatley
    Ray Farrell 5-1 Alan Reilly


    Round One
    Nigel Peden 5-1 Martin Whatmough
    Graeme Stoddart 5-4 Shaun McDonald
    John Ferrell 5-2 David Platt
    Garry Spedding 5-3 Chris Daglish
    Ian Lever 5-2 Andy Relf
    Gary Noonan 5-2 Daniel Sare
    Ricky Williams 5-4 Paul Whitworth
    Robbie Parker 5-4 Tony Randell
    Kelvin Painter 5-2 Matt Jackson
    Mick Savvery 5-3 Chris Thompson
    Paul Knighton 5-2 Jimmy Dunlop
    Kevin Dowling 5-0 Ben Burton
    Darrell Thorpe 5-2 Mark Jodrill
    Jonathan Overton 5-3 Greg White
    Scott Marsh 5-3 Richard McLaughlin
    Steve Evans 5-2 Paul Dillon
    Danny Pinhorne 5-2 Neil Wild
    Matt Sheehan 5-2 Chris Beeston
    Shane Passey 5-3 Harry Anderson
    Dave Honey 5-4 Chris Hook
    Henry O'Neill 5-2 Steve Cupitt
    Colin McGarry 5-3 Gary Barnett
    Robbie Newland 5-1 Tony Ayres
    Dave Ladley 5-1 Ian Eames
    Kevin McDine 5-2 Alan Reynolds
    Darren Williams 5-1 Kieran Leal
    Kirk Shepherd 5-4 Martyn Turner
    Kevin Harris 5-1 Cliff Lazarenko
    Jamie Harvey 5-2 Jim Leighton
    Dave Jowett 5-2 Mark Holden
    Taro Yachi 5-4 Mark Tiller
    Ray Farrell 5-1 PJ Moylan
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    The two Irish lads play each other in the first round.
    Ladbrokes.com PDC World Darts Championship
    Preliminary Round Draw
    Akihiro Nakagawa (Japan) v Anthony Forde (Barbados)
    Rizal Barellano (Philippines) v Miloslav Navtratil (Czech Republic)
    Alan Bolton (New Zealand) v Erwin Extercatte (Holland)
    Ashfaque Sayed (India) v Shi Yongsheng (China)

    First Round Draw
    Mick McGowan (29) v Jason Barry
    Phil Taylor (1) v Michael van Gerwen
    Adrian Gray (32) v Mark Walsh
    Andy Jenkins (16) v Barellano/Navratil
    Alan Tabern (17) v Per Laursen
    Roland Scholten (8) v Matt Clark
    Mervyn King (25) v German Qualifier 2
    Wayne Mardle (9) v Ray Carver
    Wes Newton (24) v Jamie Caven
    Peter Manley (5) v Toon Greebe
    Alan Warriner-Little (28) v Sayed/Yongsheng
    Colin Lloyd (12) v Jan van der Rassel
    Denis Ovens (21) v Colin Monk
    Terry Jenkins (4) v Kirk Shepherd
    Barrie Bates (13) v Gerry Convery
    Colin Osborne (20) v Bolton/Extercatte
    Raymond van Barneveld (2) v Nakagawa/Forde
    Bob Anderson (31) v Jason Clark
    Kevin Painter (15) v Gary Mawson
    Chris Mason (18) v Steve Brown
    Adrian Lewis (7) v Dave Askew
    Vincent van der Voort (26) v Jelle Klaasen
    Dennis Priestley (10) v Steve Maish
    Wayne Jones (23) v Tony Eccles
    Andy Hamilton (6) v Leroy Kwaidjk
    Alex Roy (27) v Warren Parry
    John Part (11) v Charles Losper
    Andy Smith (22) v German Qualifier 1
    James Wade (3) v Steve MacArthur
    Steve Beaton (30) v Steve Evans
    Ronnie Baxter (14) v Dan Olson
    Mark Dudbridge (19) v Steve Hine
    “Jockey Wilson . . . What an athlete.” - Sid Waddell
    www.donegaldarts.com

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    That would just happen wouldn't it

    Taylor v Van Gerwen, what a first round game there.

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    Taylor is coming back into form, he should easily dispose of Vane Gerwen if he plays like he did in the Grand Slam of darts.

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    Ladbrokes.com PDC World Darts Championship
    Schedule of Play
    Monday 17th December 2007 (4 x First Round)

    7pm: Alan Tabern v Per Laursen
    8pm: Adrian Gray v Mark Walsh
    9pm: Wayne Mardle v Ray Carver
    10pm: Colin Lloyd v Jan van der Rassel

    Tuesday 18th December 2007 (4 x First Round)
    7pm: Roland Scholten v Matt Clark
    8pm: Peter Manley v Toon Greebe
    9pm: Phil Taylor v Michael van Gerwen
    10pm: Mervyn King v German Qualifier 2

    Wednesday 19th December 2007 (2 x Preliminary Round + 8 x First Round)
    12.30pm: Akihiro Nakagawa v Anthony Forde (P)
    1.00pm: Rizal Barellano v Miloslav Navratil (P)
    1.30pm: Wes Newton v Jamie Caven
    2.30pm: Denis Ovens v Colin Monk
    3.30pm: Mick McGowan v Jason Barry
    4.30pm: Barrie Bates v Gerry Convery
    7pm: Bob Anderson v Jason Clark
    8pm: Terry Jenkins v Kirk Shepherd
    9pm: Chris Mason v Steve Brown
    10pm: Kevin Painter v Gary Mawson

    Thursday 20th December 2007 (2 x Preliminary Round + 8 x First Round)
    12.30pm: Ashfaque Sayed v Shi Yongsheng (P)
    1.00pm: Alan Bolton v Erwin Extercatte (P)
    1.30pm: Andy Jenkins v Barellano/Navratil
    2.30pm: Wayne Jones v Tony Eccles
    3.30pm: Andy Hamilton v Leroy Kwadijk
    4.30pm: Alex Roy v Warren Parry
    7pm: Dennis Priestley v Steve Maish
    8pm: Adrian Lewis v Dave Askew
    9pm: Raymond van Barneveld v Nakagawa/Forde
    10pm: Vincent van der Voort v Jelle Klaasen

    Friday 21st December 2007 (8 x First Round)

    1pm: Alan Warriner-Little v Sayed/Yongsheng
    2pm: Colin Osborne v Bolton/Extercatte
    3pm: Andy Smith v German Qualifier 1
    4pm: Steve Beaton v Steve Evans
    7pm: Ronnie Baxter v Dan Olson
    8pm: James Wade v Steve MacArthur
    9pm: John Part v Charles Losper
    10pm: Mark Dudbridge v Steve Hine

    Saturday 22nd December 2007 (6 x Second Round)
    1pm: A Jenkins/Barellano/Navratil v Tabern/Laursen
    2.20pm: Lloyd/van der Rassel v Ovens/Monk
    3.40pm: Manley/Greebe v Warriner-Little/Sayed/Yongsheng
    7pm: Scholten/M Clark v King/German Qualifier 2
    8.20pm: Taylor/van Gerwen v Gray/Walsh
    9.40pm: Mardle/Carver v Newton/Caven


    Wednesday 26th December 2007 (6 x Second Round)
    4pm: Bates/Convery v Osborne/Bolton/Extercatte
    5.20pm: Painter/Mawson v Mason/Brown
    6.40pm: T Jenkins/Shepherd v McGowan/Barry
    8pm: Lewis/Askew v van der Voort/Klaasen
    9.20pm: Part/Losper v Smith/German Qualifier 1
    10.40pm: Wade/MacArthur v Beaton/Evans

    Thursday 27th December 2007 (4 x Second Round + 2 x Third Round)
    1pm: Priestley/Maish v Jones/Eccles
    2.20pm: Hamilton/Kwadijk v Roy/Parry
    3.40pm: Baxter/Olson v Dudbridge/Hine
    7pm: van Barneveld/Nakagawa/Forde v Anderson/J Clark
    8.20pm: Taylor/van Gerwen/Gray/Walsh v A Jenkins/Barellano/Navratil/Tabern/Laursen
    9.40pm: Scholten/M Clark/King/German Q2 v Mardle/Carver/Newton/Caven

    Friday 28th December 2007 (6 x Third Round)
    1pm: T Jenkins/Shepherd/McGowan/Barry v Bates/Convery/Osborne/Bolton/Extercatte
    2.20pm: Lewis/Askew/van der Voort/Klaasen v Priestley/Maish/Jones/Eccles
    3.40pm: Wade/MacArthur/Beaton/Evans v Baxter/Olson/Dudbridge/Hine
    7pm: Manley/Greebe/Warriner-Little/Sayed/Yongsheng v Lloyd/van der Rassel/Ovens/Monk
    8.20pm: van Barneveld/Nakagawa/Forde/Anderson/J Clark v Painter/Mawson/Mason/Brown
    9.40pm: Hamilton/Kwadijk/Roy/Parry v Part/Losper/Smith/German Q1

    Saturday 29th December 2007 (Quarter-Finals)
    1pm: Manley/Greebe/Warriner-Little/Sayed/Yongsheng/Lloyd/van der Rassel/Ovens/Monk v T Jenkins/Shepherd/McGowan/Barry/Bates/Convery/Osborne/Bolton/Extercatte
    3pm: Hamilton/Kwadijk/Roy/Parry/Part/Losper/Smith/German Q1 v Wade/MacArthur/Beaton/Evans/Baxter/Olson/Dudbridge/Hine
    7pm: Taylor/van Gerwen/Gray/Walsh/A Jenkins/Barellano/Navratil/Tabern/Laursen v Scholten/M Clark/King/German Q2/Mardle/Carver/Newton/Caven
    9pm: van Barneveld/Nakagawa/Forde/Anderson/J Clark/Painter/Mawson/Mason/Brown v Lewis/Askew/van der Voort/Klaasen/Priestley/Maish/Jones/Eccles

    Sunday 30th December 2007 (Semi-Finals)
    7pm
    9pm

    Tuesday 1st January 2008 (Final)

    7.30pm
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    taylor van gerwen is the pick of the ties. van der voort klaasen will be good too!

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    First Round - Monday 17th
    Alan Tabern 3-1 Per Laursen
    Adrian Gray 2-3 Mark Walsh
    Wayne Mardle 3-2 Ray Carver
    Colin Lloyd 2-3 Jan van der Rassel
    Reports Here
    “Jockey Wilson . . . What an athlete.” - Sid Waddell
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    No great special games, the first game was decent enough some bits of quality.

    Gray and Walsh was slightly better but still not that exiting despite Gray coming from 2-0 down.

    Mardle and Carver was the best of the night, both players played very well at times and Mardle deserved it in the end.

    The last game was really poor from Lloyd, he is really struggling for the past year, much better player than he is showing. His scoring most of the time was awful, his finishing the first 4 Sets was great, around 80%, but he had to hit them or else he would of lost those legs. V D Rassel deserved it at the end.

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    Taylor just scraped into the next round. Van gerwen missed game shot and lost 3-2

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    Tuesday 18 December
    First Round
    Roland Scholten 3-2 Matt Clark
    Peter Manley 3-2 Toon Greebe
    Phil Taylor 3-2 Michael van Gerwen
    Mervyn King 3-2 Michael Rosenauer
    Reports Here

    Van Gerwen blew it alright last night, Taylor can only get better from now on.
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    Van Gerwen should have disposed of Taylor, the eejit. Now that he's survived that scare you can see him getting much much better.

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    just wondering but was mervyn king not asked before if he was going to hoin the PDC and he got really p1ssed oiff and he said he would rather retire than join the PDC? Or is that just my imagination making up stories yet again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rovers fan View Post
    just wondering but was mervyn king not asked before if he was going to hoin the PDC and he got really p1ssed oiff and he said he would rather retire than join the PDC? Or is that just my imagination making up stories yet again?
    Dont worry you are not going senile yet. He threathned to walk out of the BDO worlds last year because he was asked if he was joining the pdc. He promptly joined the pdc within days of the bdo finishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dublinharp View Post
    Tuesday 18 December
    First Round
    Roland Scholten 3-2 Matt Clark
    Peter Manley 3-2 Toon Greebe
    Phil Taylor 3-2 Michael van Gerwen
    Mervyn King 3-2 Michael Rosenauer
    Reports Here

    Van Gerwen blew it alright last night, Taylor can only get better from now on.
    Scholten/Clark was a good game, enjoyed it. Greebe was impressive v Manley but he was just ousted by Manley. Taylor and V G, a poor game compared to what them 2 could really do. Anyones game and Taylor took it. King was impressive at times but his opponent battled to stay in the game.

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    MaGowen/Barry was a very even game despite the 3-0 scoreline to Mick, Barry actually had the better average at 87 v 85, not top quality stuff yet again.

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    anybody know where you can watch the darts online for free?

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    http://www.myp2p.eu/broadcast.php?ma...97&part=sports

    I enjoyed the V D Voort/Klassen game last night, really good, 18 180's between them aswell, great stuff.

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    Smile

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBoss View Post
    http://www.myp2p.eu/broadcast.php?ma...97&part=sports

    I enjoyed the V D Voort/Klassen game last night, really good, 18 180's between them aswell, great stuff.
    Thanks a million

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    i'd back terry jenkins
    LESS OF THE BULL NOW!

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    Thats good, you know he got knocked out.

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