2010 World Cricket Championship (darts)

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World Cricket Championship
Tournament information
Dates June
Venue Tropicana Hotel
Location Paradise, Nevada
Country United States
Organisation(s) PDC
Format Best of 5 Legs
Prize fund £15,000
Winners share £4,000
Champion(s)
England Phil Taylor

The World Cricket Championship held in 2010 was the first and only darts Professional Darts Corporation tournament involving darts cricket. It took place in June and was won by Phil Taylor who defeated Mark Walsh in the final.[1][2]

Prize Money[edit]

Stage Prize Money
(Total-£15,000)
Winner £4,000
Runner Up £2,000
Semi Final £900
Quarter Final £450
Fifth Round £225
Fourth Round £125
Third Round £50

Draw[edit]

Last 64 players shown in bracket. In total there were about 140 entries.

Second Round Third round Fourth round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                   
United States Nico Depaynos 3
United States Jim Newman 1
United States Nico Depaynos 0
England Ronnie Baxter 3
England Peter Manley 0
England Ronnie Baxter 3
England Ronnie Baxter 3
Wales Barrie Bates 0
England Adrian Gray 3
Canada Stuart Brown 1
England Adrian Gray 1
Wales Barrie Bates 3
Wales Barrie Bates 3
England Steve Maish 0
England Ronnie Baxter 1
England Mark Walsh 3
United States Ray Carver 2
England James Wade 3
England James Wade 1
England Andy Hamilton 3
England Andy Hamilton 3
England Steve Grubb 0
England Andy Hamilton 2
England Mark Walsh 3
England Adrian Lewis 1
England Mark Walsh 3
England Mark Walsh 3
Netherlands Vincent van der Voort 0
England Joe Cullen 0
Netherlands Vincent van der Voort 3
England Mark Walsh 3
United States Darin Young 1
England Wes Newton 3
England Alex Roy 2
England Wes Newton 3
United States Larry Bulter 1
Scotland Peter Wright 1
United States Larry Butler 3
England Wes Newton 0
England Steve Brown 3
England Steve Brown 3
England Jamie Caven 2
England Steve Brown 3
England Tony Eccles 2
England Tony Eccles 3
United States Ryan van der Weit 0
England Steve Brown 2
United States Darin Young 3
Canada Gerry Convery 1
United States Darin Young 3
United States Darin Young 3
Canada Bob Sinnaeve 1
Republic of Ireland Aodhagan O'Neill 0
Canada Bob Sinnaeve 3
United States Darin Young 3
England Matt Clark 2
England Matt Clark 3
England Justin Pipe 1
England Matt Clark 3
England Denis Ovens 0
Danny Wood 0
England Denis Ovens 3
England Mark Walsh 2
England Phil Taylor 3
Scotland Chris Loudon 1
England Chris Thompson 3
England Chris Thompson 3
Frank Hernandez 1
Frank Hernandez 3
Canada Jeff Noble 2
England Chris Thompson 1
England Mark Dudbridge 3
Canada Ross Snook 1
England Mark Dudbridge 3
England Mark Dudbridge 3
England Ian White 0
England Darren Johnson 0
England Ian White 3
England Mark Dudbridge 3
Netherlands Co Stompé 1
England Alan Tabern 3
England Mark Hylton 0
England Alan Tabern 1
Canada Shawn Brenneman 3
Republic of Ireland Mick McGowan 0
Canada Shawn Brenneman 3
Canada Shawn Brenneman 1
Netherlands Co Stompé 3
Netherlands Co Stompé 3
United States Isen Veljic 1
Netherlands Co Stompé 3
England Colin Lloyd 0
United States Chris White 1
England Colin Lloyd 3
England Mark Dudbridge 0
England Phil Taylor 3
England Kirk Shepherd 3
Canada Dan Olsen 2
England Kirk Shepherd 0
England Phil Taylor 3
England Phil Taylor 3
England Andy Fordham 0
England Phil Taylor 3
Wales Richie Burnett 1
Rick Davis 0
Wales Richie Burnett 3
Wales Richie Burnett 3
England Kevin McDine 0
England Scott Rand 2
England Kevin McDine 3
England Phil Taylor 3
England Steve Beaton 1
United States Dieter Schutsch 3
Gregory Coburn 0
United States Dieter Schutsch 0
England Andy Jenkins 3
England Andy Jenkins 3
Australia Simon Whitlock 2
England Andy Jenkins 2
England Steve Beaton 3
England Kevin Painter 2
England Steve Beaton 3
England Steve Beaton 3
Canada Ken MacNeil 0
Canada Ken MacNeil 3
Joe Custer 0

references[edit]

  1. ^ "Taylor Is Cricket King!". livepdc.tv. 26 June 2010. Retrieved 27 January 2017. 
  2. ^ "Taylor Loves Cricket!". unicorn-darts.com. 27 June 2010. Retrieved 27 January 2017. 

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