2019 BDO World Darts Championship

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BDO World Darts Championship
Tournament information
Dates5–13 January 2019
VenueLakeside Country Club
LocationFrimley Green, Surrey
CountryEngland, United Kingdom
Organisation(s)BDO
FormatSets
Prize fund£329,000
High checkout160 England Scott Waites (x2)
160 Netherlands Willem Mandigers
160 Poland Krzysztof Kciuk
160 (men)
156 Netherlands Sharon Prins 156(women)
Champion(s)
England Glen Durrant (Men)
Japan Mikuru Suzuki (Women)
England Leighton Bennett (Youth)
«2018 2020»

The 2019 BDO World Professional Darts Championship was the 42nd World Championship organised by the British Darts Organisation, and the 34th and final staging at the Lakeside Country Club at Frimley Green.

Glen Durrant was the two-time defending men's champion after beating Mark McGeeney, 7–6 in the previous year's final.

Durrant successfully defended his title to become the first three times consecutive BDO Men's World Champion since Eric Bristow in 1986, and the first male player in history to win his first three world championship finals.

Lisa Ashton was the two-time defending women's champion, after winning her fourth world title, with a 3–1 win over Anastasia Dobromyslova in 2018, but was defeated in the first round by Mikuru Suzuki.

Suzuki went on to become the fifth BDO Women's World Champion, after defeating Lorraine Winstanley 3–0 in the final. In doing so, she hit the highest ever average in a Women’s World Championship Final.

Three-time champion Martin Adams missed out on the event for the first time since his debut appearance in 1994.

13 year old Leighton Bennett of England won the BDO Youth World Darts Championship beating Nathan Girvan of Scotland. He finished with a 121 finish.

Prize Money[edit]

Men's[1]

Position (num. of players) Prize money
Winner (1) £100,000
Runner-up (1) £35,000
Semi-finalist (2) £15,000
Quarter-finalist (4) £6,500
Second Round Losers (8) £4,500
First Round Losers (16) £3,250
Preliminary Round Losers (8) £2,000
Highest Checkout £5,000
Total £300,000

Women's

Position (num. of players) Prize money
Winner (1) £12,000
Runner-up (1) £5,000
Semi-finalist (2) £2,000
Quarter-finalist (4) £1,000
First Round Losers (8) £500
Total £29,000

Men's[edit]

Format and qualifiers[edit]

Draw Bracket[edit]

The draw was conducted on 22 November 2018.[3]

Preliminary Round[edit]

All matches are the first to 3 sets.[4][5]

Av. Player Score Player Av.
86.27 (Q) Jim Widmayer United States 2–3 England Nigel Heydon (Q) 88.60
88.09 (Q) Paul Hogan England 3–1 England Wes Newton 78.28
81.60 (Q) Mal Cuming Australia 0–3 Australia Justin Thompson 91.17
77.17 (Q) Brian Løkken Denmark 1–3 Poland Krzysztof Kciuk (Q) 79.37
82.43 (Q) Roger Janssen Belgium 3–0 Netherlands Wouter Vaes 78.68
81.00 (Q) Mark McGrath New Zealand 3–0 England Adam Smith-Neale (WC) 66.54
86.13 (Q) David Cameron Canada 3–0 England Andy Hamilton (Q) 83.53
82.47 (Q) Oliver Ferenc Serbia 3–1 Scotland Ryan Hogarth (Q) 81.17

Last 32[edit]

First Round (best of 5 sets)
5–8 January
Second Round (best of 7 sets)
9–10 January
Quarter-Finals (best of 9 sets)
11 January
Semi-Finals (best of 11 sets)
12 January
Final (best of 13 sets)
13 January
               
1 England Mark McGeeney 87.73 3
Netherlands Derk Telnekes 85.14 1
1 England Mark McGeeney 86.72 0
England Conan Whitehead 96.25 4
16 Wales Martin Phillips 82.23 2
England Conan Whitehead 83.34 3
  England Conan Whitehead 92.93 3
9 England Scott Waites 95.13 5
8 Netherlands Richard Veenstra 89.68 3
Q England Nigel Heydon 93.08 2
8 Netherlands Richard Veenstra 88.36 1
9 England Scott Waites 92.82 4
9 England Scott Waites 86.55 3
Belgium Jeffrey Van Egdom 82.08 1
9 England Scott Waites 85.30 6
5 Germany Michael Unterbuchner 83.23 1
5 Germany Michael Unterbuchner 90.13 3
Australia Justin Thompson 86.72 2
5 Germany Michael Unterbuchner 91.54 4
12 Wales Wayne Warren 91.40 0
12 Wales Wayne Warren 97.71 3
Wales Mark Layton 86.91 0
5 Germany Michael Unterbuchner 88.09 5
13 Netherlands Willem Mandigers 86.42 4
4 Netherlands Wesley Harms 87.89 3
England Tony O'Shea 84.90 2
4 Netherlands Wesley Harms 92.60 2
13 Netherlands Willem Mandigers 93.00 4
13 Netherlands Willem Mandigers 82.69 3
Q England Paul Hogan 88.31 0
9 England Scott Waites 91.38 3
2 England Glen Durrant 95.19 7
2 England Glen Durrant 93.90 3
Q New Zealand Mark McGrath 82.89 0
2 England Glen Durrant 95.92 4
England Scott Baker 88.16 3
15 Scotland Ross Montgomery 79.30 0
England Scott Baker 83.17 3
2 England Glen Durrant 98.02 5
Northern Ireland Kyle McKinstry 90.96 2
7 England Gary Robson 74.34 1
Q Canada David Cameron 89.65 3
Q Canada David Cameron 83.77 3
Northern Ireland Kyle McKinstry 88.94 4
10 Netherlands Chris Landman 89.01 2
Northern Ireland Kyle McKinstry 91.16 3
2 England Glen Durrant 96.05 6
3 Wales Jim Williams 94.47 3
6 England Scott Mitchell 94.64 3
Q Serbia Oliver Ferenc 85.60 0
6 England Scott Mitchell 86.00 4
Q Poland Krzysztof Kciuk 81.78 0
11 England Dave Parletti 83.82 1
Q Poland Krzysztof Kciuk 85.93 3
6 England Scott Mitchell 92.08 3
3 Wales Jim Williams 93.27 5
3 Wales Jim Williams 92.26 3
Q Belgium Roger Janssen 85.97 2
3 Wales Jim Williams 91.82 4
Wales Dean Reynolds 73.29 0
14 England Daniel Day 80.29 1
Wales Dean Reynolds 76.59 3

Women's[edit]

Format and qualifiers[edit]

Draw[edit]

The draw was conducted on 22 November 2018.

First Round (best of 3 sets)
5–9 January
Quarter-Finals (best of 3 sets)
10 January
Semi-Finals (best of 3 sets)
11 January
Final (best of 5 sets)
12 January
1 England Lorraine Winstanley 69.25 3 2 3
England Casey Gallagher 71.46 2 3 0 1 England Lorraine Winstanley 73.04 3 3
8 England Trina Gulliver 72.51 1 3 3 8 England Trina Gulliver 72.34 1 2
Q Poland Karolina Podgórska 70.02 3 1 2 1 England Lorraine Winstanley 75.19 2 3 3
4 Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova 81.98 3 3 4 Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova 78.21 3 1 0
England Laura Turner 59.11 0 0 4 Russia Anastasia Dobromyslova 82.58 3 3
5 Netherlands Aileen de Graaf 72.11 3 3 5 Netherlands Aileen de Graaf 75.31 2 0
England Paula Jacklin 65.35 1 1 1 England Lorraine Winstanley 78.82 0 1 1
2 England Lisa Ashton 75.81 2 2 Q Japan Mikuru Suzuki 90.12 3 3 3
Q Japan Mikuru Suzuki 79.83 3 3 Q Japan Mikuru Suzuki 61.70 3 3
7 Netherlands Sharon Prins 63.76 3 3 7 Netherlands Sharon Prins 59.10 1 1
England Roz Bulmer 65.45 2 1 Q Japan Mikuru Suzuki 76.12 3 3
3 England Deta Hedman 67.52 2 2 England Maria O'Brien 69.07 2 1
England Maria O'Brien 70.81 3 3 England Maria O'Brien 86.69 3 3
6 England Fallon Sherrock 89.67 3 3 6 England Fallon Sherrock 78.84 2 2
Australia Corrine Hammond 80.94 0 1

Youth[edit]

Av. Player Score Player Av.
86.65 Leighton Bennett England 3–0 Scotland Nathan Girvan 76.56

TV Coverage[edit]

Eurosport and Quest began a three-year deal to cover the event.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Potts, Michael (2019-01-07). "BDO World Darts Championship prize money: How much will players earn in 2019 tournament?". Express.co.uk. Retrieved 2019-01-07.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "Lakeside World Professional field confirmed ahead of Thursday's draw". BDO. Retrieved 22 November 2018.
  3. ^ "The 2019 BDO Lakeside World Professional Championship Draw". BDO. Retrieved 22 November 2018.
  4. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-12-20. Retrieved 2018-11-22.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ http://www.dartsdatabase.co.uk/EventResults.aspx?EventKey=10984&showAverages=Y
  6. ^ http://www.bdodarts.com/index.php/item/3-main-news/125-three-year-eurosport-broadcasting-deal-announced