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World Championship Review – Day 8

We will leave Chris Mason until last. Before the evening shenanigans there were some great games and minor upsets with Darren Webster, Colin Osborne and Andy Jenkins all going through to the quarter finals. Webster progressed at the expense of Wynand Havenga and looks to have come to terms with[Read More…]

World Championship Review – Day 7

Dennis Priestley completed one of the greatest comebacks while James Wade and Roland Scholten stared defeat in the face before holding their nerve to progress. Priestley was overcome with emotion after watching Per Laursen miss several doubles for the match. He was 3-1 down but rode some almighty luck to[Read More…]

World Championship Review – Day 6

Phil Taylor showed that Christmas Day practice sessions pay off with a mind boggling performance to put out the man many thought could cause a big upset. Mick McGowan averaged 101.9 and took a battering from the unstoppable machine that is Taylor. He averaged 109 and hit 50% of his[Read More…]

World Championship Review – Day 5

Peter Manley, John Part and Colin Lloyd all departed on day five in quite different ways. Manley was taken out by Havenga after a disastrous start saw him 3-0 down. He fought back well to force a deciding leg but couldn’t keep the resurgence going and Havenga held his nerve[Read More…]

World Championship Review – Day 4

Colin Osborne provided the shock of day four in ousting number 13 seed Kevin Painter in a scintillating performance. Painter, finalist in 2004, battled hard but couldn’t get his nose in front and Osborne deservedly booked his place in round two. He hit seven 180’s and looked cool on stage[Read More…]

World Championship Review – Day 3

We should be getting used to these upsets by now but I’m sure very few outside The Cave would have predicted Wayne Mardle going out to Alan Caves last night. Semi finalist for the last three years, Mardle had high hopes of going one better. Instead he will be skulking[Read More…]

World Championship Review – Day 2

Day two almost mirrored day one with the results producing shocks in the afternoon and more expected winner in the evening. More seeds have fallen by the wayside and parts of the draw have opened right up. There will be many players waking up this morning to realise they are[Read More…]

World Championship Review – Day 1

Day One got off to a great start with a cracking match and the first shock – Adrian Gray beating Ronnie Baxter 3-2. Has this game set the tone for the rest of the tournament? Was it actually that big a shock? Well on this afternoon’s evidence the seeds are[Read More…]

World Championship 2007 – Preview

Where has 2006 gone? It doesn’t seem like yesterday since I was watching Adrian Lewis storm off the Purfleet stage in protest at Peter Manley’s gamesmanship. It worked for ‘One Dart’ who went on to the final only to be annihilated 7-0 by Phil Taylor in a little sweet revenge[Read More…]

World Championship 2007 – Schedule of Play

Ladbrokes.com World Darts Championship – Schedule of Play Tickets, priced at £15, are still available for the first round, and can be bought from the Circus Tavern Box Office on 01708 864001 or 01708 867271. FIRST ROUND – Monday 18th December 2006 1pm – Ronnie Baxter v Adrian Gray 2pm[Read More…]


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