The best of non-professional darts compete at the iconic Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green for the inaugural WDF-branded World Darts Championships. The final day of Lakeside week sees all four finals take place.
The girls' final has England's Eleanor Cairns meet Germany's Wibke Riemann. Following that is the boys' final with Netherlands' Bradly Roes playing England's Charlie Large, who defeated Leighton Bennett yesterday. The all-English women's final has Doncaster's Beau Graves, who obliterated Lorraine Winstanley in straight sets, face Barnard Castle's Kirsty Hutchinson who was taken all the way by Rhian O'Sullivan. Closing the night is the first ever representation of Northern Ireland and France in a World final as #5 seed Neil Duff, who eased to victory over Richard Veenstra, meets #2 seed Thibault Tricole who needed a deciding set to see off Cameron Menzies.
The tournaments will be broadcast live on Quest and Eurosport in the UK, on Eurosport and Discovery+ throughout Europe and on the WDF’s YouTube channel for international audiences outside of Europe.
Match formats will be listed alongside the respective fixture. Women's matches greentexted like old OP use to do.
The final session starts at 5:00pm BST.
>Eleanor Cairns v Wibke Riemann (Girls' Final, best of 3 sets [first to 2]) Bradly Roes v Charlie Large (Boys' Final, best of 5 sets [first to 3]) >Beau Greaves (5) v Kirsty Hutchinson (6) (Women's Final, best of 7 sets [first to 4]) Neil Duff (5) v Thibault Tricole (2) (Men's Final, best of 11 sets [first to 5])
Cairns' throw is weird. Holds the dart slightly sideways.
World Seniors' Masters draw been confirmed:
>Prelim Paul Lim vs John Part Kevin Painter vs David Cameron Roland Scholten vs Wayne Jones Terry Jenkins vs Richie Howson
>1st Round Robert Thornton vs Kevin Painter/David Cameron Deta Hedman vs Colin Monk Phil Taylor vs Paul Lim/John Part John Lowe vs Les Wallace Martin Adams vs Roland Scholten/Wayne Jones Lisa Ashton vs Tony O'Shea Trina Gulliver vs Terry Jenkins/Richie Howson Bob Anderson vs Keith Deller
They might be a bit trashy, but kind of in a wholesome way and I bet they're all a happy bunch.