2005 Premier League Darts

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2005 Premier League Darts
Winner
England Phil Taylor
Runner-up
England Colin Lloyd
Score
16–4
Date
January 20, 2005 – May 31, 2005
Edition
1st
Number of players
7
Venues
11
Premier League Darts
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The 2005 888.com Premier League was the first season of a darts tournament organised by the Professional Darts Corporation.

Phil Taylor, Colin Lloyd, Peter Manley, John Part, Roland Scholten, Wayne Mardle and wildcard entrant Mark Dudbridge were the seven players who competed in a round-robin tournament which had a total prize fund of £140,000 – with £50,000 going to the eventual winner.

Format[edit]

The Premier League started in Stoke on January 20, 2005 before moving around the country. The league system the players play each other twice over 12 legs, with two points for a win and one for a draw. All 12 legs were played regardless of whether a result had already been achieved. Phil Taylor achieved two 11–1 wins, although the last few legs were irrelevant to the match result.

Results[edit]

League Stage[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

G-Mex, Manchester

Score
May 30 – Semi-Finals
Phil Taylor England 13–11 Netherlands Roland Scholten
Colin Lloyd England 13–7 England Peter Manley
May 31 – Final
Phil Taylor England 16–4 England Colin Lloyd

Table and streaks[edit]

Table[edit]

Pos Name Pld W D L LF LA +/- LWAT Pts
1 England Phil Taylor 12 11 1 0 103 41 +62 46 23
2 England Colin Lloyd 12 6 4 2 77 67 +10 28 16
3 England Peter Manley 12 5 2 5 65 79 −14 22 12
4 Netherlands Roland Scholten 12 3 3 6 62 82 −20 17 9
5 England Mark Dudbridge 12 3 2 7 68 76 −8 23 8
6 Canada John Part 12 3 2 7 67 77 −10 19 8
7 England Wayne Mardle 12 3 2 7 62 82 −20 22 8

NB: LWAT = Legs Won Against Throw. Players separated by +/- leg difference if tied.

Streaks[edit]

Player Week Play-Offs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 SF F
England Taylor, PhilPhil Taylor W D W W W W W W W W W W W W
England Colin Lloyd D W D W D D W W W L L W W L
England Peter Manley L W D L L D W L L W W W L
Netherlands Roland Scholten D W L D L W D L L W L L L
England Mark Dudbridge W L D L L L D W L L W L
Canada John Part D L W W D L L L L L L W
England Wayne Mardle L L L L W D D L W W L L

NB: W = Won D = Drawn L = Lost

Player statistics[edit]

The statistics shown are for the league stage only. Playoffs are not included.

Phil Taylor[edit]

  • Longest unbeaten run: 12
  • Most consecutive wins: 10
  • Most consecutive draws: 1
  • Most consecutive losses: 0
  • Longest without a win: 1
  • Biggest victory: 11-1 (v. Wayne Mardle and v. Peter Manley)
  • Biggest defeat: Player Undefeated

Colin Lloyd[edit]

  • Longest unbeaten run: 9
  • Most consecutive wins: 3
  • Most consecutive draws: 2
  • Most consecutive losses: 2
  • Longest without a win: 2
  • Biggest victory: 9-3 (v. John Part)
  • Biggest defeat: 2-10 (v. Phil Taylor)

Peter Manley[edit]

  • Longest unbeaten run: 3
  • Most consecutive wins: 3
  • Most consecutive draws: 1
  • Most consecutive losses: 2
  • Longest without a win: 4
  • Biggest victory: 8-4 (v. Peter Manley)
  • Biggest defeat: 1-11 (v. Phil Taylor)

Roland Scholten[edit]

  • Longest unbeaten run: 2
  • Most consecutive wins: 1
  • Most consecutive draws: 1
  • Most consecutive losses: 2
  • Longest without a win: 6
  • Biggest victory: 7-5 (v. Mark Dudbridge (twice) and v. John Part)
  • Biggest defeat: 2-10 (v. Phil Taylor)

Mark Dudbridge[edit]

  • Longest unbeaten run: 2
  • Most consecutive wins: 1
  • Most consecutive draws: 1
  • Most consecutive losses: 4
  • Longest without a win: 6
  • Biggest victory: 8-4 (v. Peter Manley and (v. Wayne Mardle)
  • Biggest defeat: 3-9 (v. Phil Taylor)

John Part[edit]

  • Longest unbeaten run: 3
  • Most consecutive wins: 2
  • Most consecutive draws: 1
  • Most consecutive losses: 6
  • Longest without a win: 7
  • Biggest victory: 9-3 (v. Wayne Mardle)
  • Biggest defeat: 3-9 (v. Colin Lloyd)

Wayne Mardle[edit]

  • Longest unbeaten run: 3
  • Most consecutive wins: 2
  • Most consecutive draws: 2
  • Most consecutive losses: 4
  • Longest without a win: 4
  • Biggest victory: 8-4 (v. Roland Scholten and v. John Part)
  • Biggest defeat: 1-11 (v. Phil Taylor)

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