2018 Brisbane Darts Masters

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2018 Brisbane Darts Masters
Tournament information
Dates17–19 August 2018
VenueBrisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
LocationBrisbane
Country Australia
Organisation(s)PDC
FormatLegs
Prize fund£60,000
Winners share£20,000
High checkout170 Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld
170 Netherlands Michael van Gerwen
Champion(s)
England Rob Cross
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The 2018 Brisbane Darts Masters was the inaugural staging of the tournament by the Professional Darts Corporation, as a sixth and final entry in the 2018 World Series of Darts. The tournament featured 16 players (eight PDC players facing eight regional qualifiers) and was held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre in Brisbane from 17–19 August 2018.

Rob Cross became the inaugural champion in Brisbane, after defeating Michael van Gerwen 11–6 in the final.

Qualifiers[edit]

The eight invited PDC representatives, (seeded according to the 2018 World Series of Darts Order of Merit) are:

  1. Scotland Peter Wright (Semi-finals)
  2. Netherlands Michael van Gerwen (Runner-up)
  3. Scotland Gary Anderson (Quarter-finals)
  4. England Rob Cross (Champion)
  5. England Michael Smith (First round)
  6. Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld (Semi-finals)
  7. Australia Simon Whitlock (First round)
  8. Australia Kyle Anderson (Quarter-finals)

The regional qualifiers are:[1]

Qualification Player
Wildcard Australia Corey Cadby (Quarter-finals)
2018 DPA World Series Order of Merit (First place) Australia Tim Pusey (First round)
2018 DPA World Series Order of Merit (Second place) Australia Raymond Smith (Quarter-finals)
DPNZ Qualifier New Zealand Mark Cleaver (First round)[2]
Winner of DPA Qualifier 1 Australia Damon Heta (First round)[3]
Winner of DPA Qualifier 2 Australia Gordon Mathers (First round)[4]
Winner of DPA Qualifier 3 Australia Barry Gardner (First round)[5]
Winner of DPA Qualifier 4 Australia Justin Thompson (First round)[6]

Draw[edit]

[7]

First round
(best of 11 legs)
17 August
[8]
Quarter-finals
(best of 19 legs)
18 August
[9]
Semi-finals
(best of 21 legs)
19 August
Final
(best of 21 legs)
19 August
            
1 Scotland Peter Wright 100.37 6
Australia Justin Thompson 89.90 2
1 Scotland Peter Wright 101.91 10
Australia Raymond Smith 87.71 4
  England Michael Smith 87.62 1
Australia Raymond Smith 98.35 6
1 Scotland Peter Wright 101.04 8
4 England Rob Cross 95.79 11
4 England Rob Cross 95.80 6
Australia Tim Pusey 91.47 2
4 England Rob Cross 101.02 10
Australia Corey Cadby 90.80 4
  Australia Simon Whitlock 93.61 5
Australia Corey Cadby 96.20 6
4 England Rob Cross 103.81 11
2 Netherlands Michael van Gerwen 98.41 6
2 Netherlands Michael van Gerwen 99.15 6
New Zealand Mark Cleaver 85.16 2
2 Netherlands Michael van Gerwen 98.44 10
Australia Kyle Anderson 91.60 3
  Australia Kyle Anderson 98.77 6
Australia Barry Gardner 78.48 2
2 Netherlands Michael van Gerwen 96.81 11
Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld 93.91 9
3 Scotland Gary Anderson 94.99 6
Australia Damon Heta 94.60 5
3 Scotland Gary Anderson 96.13 8
Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld 93.70 10
  Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld 90.54 6
Australia Gordon Mathers 75.35 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Harris Amondst Quartet Confirmed For Auckland". PDC. 24 June 2018.
  2. ^ Allen, Dave. "Puha & Cleaver Seal World Series Spots". PDC. Retrieved 16 July 2018.
  3. ^ Phillips, Josh. "Heta Secures Double World Series Qualification". PDC. Retrieved 22 July 2018.
  4. ^ Phillips, Josh. "Mathers and Bonser Claim World Series Spots". PDC. Retrieved 23 July 2018.
  5. ^ Phillips, Josh. "O'Donnell and Gardner Book World Series Places". PDC. Retrieved 25 July 2018.
  6. ^ Phillips, Josh. "Melbourne and Brisbane Fields Finalised". PDC. Retrieved 25 July 2018.
  7. ^ Allen, Dave. "2018 Brisbane Darts Masters Draw". PDC. Retrieved 16 August 2018.
  8. ^ Allen, Dave. "2018 Brisbane Darts Masters Day One". PDC. Retrieved 17 August 2018.
  9. ^ Allen, Dave. "2018 Brisbane Darts Masters Day Two". PDC. Retrieved 18 August 2018.