2014 BDO World Trophy

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Daily Mirror BDO World Trophy
Tournament information
Dates 5–9 February 2014
Venue Blackpool Tower
Location Blackpool
Country England, United Kingdom
Organisation(s) BDO
Format Legs
Finals:
best of 25 (men's)
best of 13 (women's)
Prize fund £80,000 (men), £14,400 (women)
Winners share £30,000 (men), £6,000 (women)
High checkout 170 Netherlands Jeffrey de Graaf
Champion(s)
England James Wilson (men)
Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova (women)
2015»

The 2014 Daily Mirror BDO World Trophy is the new major darts tournament run by the British Darts Organisation, hosted between 4–9 February 2014 at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool. This event organized by the BDO Events - the new commercial arm of the British Darts Organisation[1]

The Event marks the first BDO major event since the split in darts to not feature the BDO World Champion as Stephen Bunting left once he won the Lakeside Championships in 2014.[2]

Prize Fund[edit]

  • Winner £30,000 (men), £6,000 (women)
  • Runner Up £12,000 (men), £2,400 (women)
  • Joint 3rd 2 x £5,000 (men), 2 x £1,000 (women)
  • Joint 5th 4 x £2,500 (men), 4 x £500 (women)
  • Joint 9th 8 x £1,250 (men), 8 x £250 (women)
  • Joint 17th 16 x £500 (men)
  • Totals £80,000 (men), £14,400 (women)
  • Highest check out £1,000
  • 9 Dart Finish pot £20,000
  • Sum total prize fund £115,400

Qualifiers[edit]

Men[edit]

Top 16 in Invitational rankings (seeds)
  1. England Stephen Bunting
  2. England James Wilson
  3. England Robbie Green
  4. Netherlands Jan Dekker
  5. Netherlands Remco van Eijden
  6. England Darryl Fitton
  7. Netherlands Jeffrey de Graaf
  8. England Tony O'Shea
  9. England Gary Robson
  10. England Glen Durrant
  11. England Scott Mitchell
  12. Scotland Ross Montgomery
  13. England Martin Adams
  14. England Paul Jennings
  15. Netherlands Rick Hofstra
  16. Wales Jim Williams
WDF regional qualifiers
  1. Japan Katsuya Aiba
  2. Australia Harley Kemp
  3. Latvia Madars Razma
  4. Canada David Cameron
  5. Czech Republic Karel Sedláček
  6. New Zealand Mike Day
  7. United States Jim Widmayer
  8. Netherlands Jeroen Geerdink
17th in invitational rankings
  1. Netherlands Wesley Harms
Qualifiers
  1. England Michael Haynes
  2. England Dave Prins
  3. England Robert Rickwood
  4. England Lee Williams
Wildcards
  1. England Scott Waites (2013 World Champion)
  2. England Andy Fordham
  3. England Richie George
Alternate
  1. England Alan Norris

Geert De Vos was ranked in the top 16 but asked not to be included in the draw. Alan Norris was given a wildcard to take Stephen Bunting's place after Bunting decided to switch to the PDC.

Draw[edit]

Men[edit]

First Round (best of 11 legs)
6–7 Feb
Last 16 (best of 13 legs)
8 Feb
Quarter-Finals (best of 19 legs)
9 Feb
Semi-Finals (best of 21 legs)
9 Feb
Final (best of 25 legs)
9 Feb
                             
Atl England Alan Norris 87.09 6
WC England Andy Fordham 79.16 2
Alt England Alan Norris 84.54 7
16 Wales Jim Williams 78.45 3
16 Wales Jim Williams 93.02 6
WC England Scott Waites 92.14 5
Alt England Alan Norris 5
9 England Gary Robson 10
8 England Tony O'Shea 82.51 4
Q United States Jim Widmayer 82.03 6
Q United States Jim Widmayer 1
9 England Gary Robson 7
9 England Gary Robson 84.76 6
Q Netherlands Jeroen Geerdink 76.29 1
9 England Gary Robson 10
12 Scotland Ross Montgomery 11
5 Netherlands Remco van Eijden 84.38 6
Netherlands Wesley Harms 82.44 5
5 Netherlands Remco van Eijden 86.74 4
12 Scotland Ross Montgomery 88.42 7
12 Scotland Ross Montgomery 92.58 6
Q New Zealand Mike Day 80.26 1
12 Scotland Ross Montgomery 10
13 England Martin Adams 8
4 Netherlands Jan Dekker 92.60 6
Q England Lee Williams 84.82 5
4 Netherlands Jan Dekker 4
13 England Martin Adams 7
13 England Martin Adams 73.04 6
Q England Robert Rickwood 2
12 Scotland Ross Montgomery 90.95 11
2 England James Wilson 90.20 13
2 England James Wilson 6
WC England Richie George 3
2 England James Wilson 7
15 Netherlands Rick Hofstra 6
15 Netherlands Rick Hofstra 6
Q Latvia Madars Razma 3
2 England James Wilson 10
7 Netherlands Jeffrey de Graaf 8
7 Netherlands Jeffrey de Graaf 6
Q England Michael Haynes 4
7 Netherlands Jeffrey de Graaf 88.47 7
Q England Dave Prins 87.84 6
10 England Glen Durrant 5
Q England Dave Prins 6
2 England James Wilson 11
14 England Paul Jennings 2
6 England Darryl Fitton 6
Q Australia Harley Kemp 5
6 England Darryl Fitton 91.65 2
11 England Scott Mitchell 90.99 7
11 England Scott Mitchell 6
Q Canada David Cameron 0
11 England Scott Mitchell 8
14 England Paul Jennings 10
3 England Robbie Green 91.61 1
Q Czech Republic Karel Sedláček 93.81 6
Q Czech Republic Karel Sedláček 90.12 2
14 England Paul Jennings 91.87 7
14 England Paul Jennings 80.10 6
Q Japan Katsuya Aiba 83.01 5

Qualifiers[edit]

Women[edit]

Top 8
  1. England Deta Hedman
  2. England Trina Gulliver
  3. England Fallon Sherrock
  4. England Rachel Brooks
  5. Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova
  6. Netherlands Aileen de Graaf
  7. Wales Julie Gore
  8. Germany Irina Armstrong
Invitational rankings
  1. England Lorraine Farlam
  2. Netherlands Sharon Prins
Wildcards
  1. England Lisa Ashton
  2. England Paula Jacklin
Qualifiers
  1. England Dee Bateman
  2. Norway Rachna David
  3. England Casey Gallagher
  4. England Sue Gulliver

Women[edit]

First Round (best of 7 legs)
6-7 Feb
Quarter-Finals (best of 9 legs)
8 Feb
Semi-Finals (best of 11 legs)
9 Feb
Final (best of 13 legs)
9 Feb
                       
1 England Deta Hedman 70.74 4
Q England Casey Gallagher 62.10 0
1 England Hedman 72.81 3
8 Germany Armstrong 76.50 5
8 Germany Irina Armstrong 79.89 4
Q England Sue Gulliver 70.29 1
8 Germany Armstrong 74.37 3
5 Russia Dobromyslova 81.21 6
4 England Rachel Brooks 63.60 3
Netherlands Sharon Prins 64.50 4
Netherlands Prins 77.88 4
5 Russia Dobromyslova 86.10 5
5 Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova 76.56 4
England Lorraine Farlam 72.09 3
5 Russia Dobromyslova 9
WC England Ashton 7
2 England Trina Gulliver 62.40 2
Q England Dee Bateman 63.78 4
Q England Bateman 62.43 1
WC England Ashton 76.02 5
7 Wales Julie Gore 72.51 0
WC England Lisa Ashton 74.22 4
WC England Ashton 82.74 6
3 England Sherrock 68.94 1
3 England Fallon Sherrock 75.60 4
WC England Paula Jacklin 73.86 2
3 England Sherrock 80.40 5
6 Netherlands de Graaf 79.14 4
6 Netherlands Aileen de Graaf 72.51 4
Q Norway Rachna David 63.63 2

Television coverage[edit]

Eurosport showed the event.[3]

References[edit]