2010 World Masters (darts)

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Winmau World Masters
Tournament information
Dates October 29–31
Venue Hull City Hall
Location East Riding of Yorkshire
Country England
Organisation(s) BDO
Format Sets
Prize fund £66,500
Winners share £25,000 (men's)
«2009 2011»

The 2010 Winmau World Masters was the fourth major tournament on the BDO/WDF calendar for 2010. It took place from October 29–31 in the Hull City Hall, which hosted the event for the first time, taking over from the Bridlington Spa Royal Hall.[1] It was broadcast by the BBC. Martin Adams, who was the defending champion and top seed, successfully defended the tournament by beating Stuart Kellett 7–3 in the final.

Seeds[edit]

Men's Draw[edit]

[3]

  Last 24
Best of 5 sets
Losers £0
    Last 16
Best of 5 sets
Losers £1,000
    Quarter Finals
Best of 5 sets
Losers £1,500
    Semi Finals
Best of 11 sets
Losers £3,000
    Final
Best of 13 sets
Winner £25,000
Runner up £10,000
                                               
        1 England Martin Adams 91.53 3  
  England John Walton 2     Netherlands Jan Dekker 86.94 2    
  Netherlands Jan Dekker 3         1 England Martin Adams 91.25 3  
    8 England Scott Waites 91.32 1    
        8 England Scott Waites 84.48 3    
  Netherlands Jerry Hendriks 3     Netherlands Jerry Hendriks 78.18 0  
  England Darryl Fitton 1       1 England Martin Adams 95.01 6  
    Republic of Ireland Martin McCloskey 86.91 3    
        5 England Tony O'Shea 90.18 2  
  England Paul Jennings 1     Republic of Ireland Martin McCloskey 89.45 3    
  Republic of Ireland Martin McCloskey 3         Republic of Ireland Martin McCloskey 85.44 3  
    4 England Dean Winstanley 83.52 0  
        4 England Dean Winstanley 90.66 3    
  Philippines Ronald L. Briones 1     Scotland Stewart Rattray 85.21 1  
  Scotland Stewart Rattray 3       1 England Martin Adams 98.34 7
    2 England Stuart Kellett 91.00 3
        2 England Stuart Kellett 83.79 3  
  England Tony West 3     England Tony West 83.73 1    
  England Gary Robson 2         2 England Stuart Kellett 88.23 3  
    England Ted Hankey 84.05 2    
        7 Scotland Ross Montgomery 88.17 2    
  Wales Jamie Lewis 2     England Ted Hankey 92.10 3  
  England Ted Hankey 3       2 England Stuart Kellett 89.34 6  
    Wales Martin Phillips 91.04 5  
        6 England Garry Thompson 71.70 0  
  Wales Martin Phillips 3     Wales Martin Phillips 76.72 3    
  England Brian Woods 2         Wales Martin Phillips 97.82 3  
    England Ian Jones 91.71 1  
        3 England Steve West 91.86 2    
  England Alan Norris 2     England Ian Jones 91.71 3  
  England Ian Jones 3  

Ladies Draw[edit]

[4][5]

First Round
Best of 7 legs
Quarter-finals
Best of 7 legs
Semi-finals
Best of 7 legs
Final
Best of 7 legs
                       
1 England Deta Hedman 2
England Apylee Jones 4
England Apylee Jones 2
8 Netherlands Karin Krapper 4
8 Netherlands Karrin Krappen 4
Australia Carol Forwood 0
8 Netherlands Karin Krapper 74.19 3
5 Wales Julie Gore 68.73 4
5 Wales Julie Gore 4
United States Brenda Roush 2
5 Wales Julie Gore 4
4 England Karen Lawman 3
Wales Rhian Edwards 3
4 England Karen Lawmen 4
5 Wales Julie Gore 70.41 4
Netherlands Francis Hoenselaar 74.46 1
3 Russia Irina Armstrong 3
Northern Ireland Denise Cassidy 4
Northern Ireland Denise Cassidy 2
Netherlands Francis Hoenselaar 4
  Netherlands Francis Hoenselaar 4
Scotland Olive Byamukama 0
Netherlands Francis Hoenselaar 78.27 4
England Lisa Ashton 77.79 3
  Netherlands Tamara Schuur 4
England Nicola Furse 0
Netherlands Tamara Schuur 2
England Lisa Ashton 4
England Lisa Ashton 4
2 England Trina Gulliver 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ BBC Sport – Darts – Winmau World Masters tournament moves to Hull City Hall. BBC News (2010-05-12). Retrieved on 2010-11-30.
  2. ^ BBC Sport – Darts – Martin Adams eyes Winmau World Masters hat-trick. BBC News (2010-09-09). Retrieved on 2010-11-30.
  3. ^ "Men's prize fund". Darts Database. Retrieved 9 January 2015. 
  4. ^ "Ladies results". Darts Database. Retrieved 9 January 2015. 
  5. ^ "Womens averages". Master Caller. Retrieved 10 January 2015.