Gerry Convery

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Gerry Convery
Personal information
Full name Gerry Convery
Born (1955-09-27) September 27, 1955 (age 62)
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Home town Winnipeg, Manitoba
Darts information
Playing darts since 1989
Laterality Right-handed
Organisation (see split in darts)
BDO 2001-2003
PDC 2003-2011
BDO majors - best performances
World Masters Last 192: 2001
PDC premier events - best performances
World Ch'ship Last 32: 2005, 2006
Desert Classic Last 16: 2004
US Open/WSoD Last 32: 2007
Other tournament wins
Tournament Years
Klondike Open
Canada National Championships
Quebec Open
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007

Gerry Convery (born September 27, 1955 in Northern Ireland) is a former Canadian darts player.


Convery made his televised debut in the 2004 Las Vegas Desert Classic, beating Darren Webster in the first round before losing in the second round to Dennis Smith. Convery then played in the 2005 PDC World Darts Championship, beating Tang Jun of China in the first round and then beat Wes Newton to progress to the third round where he lost to fellow Canadian John Part. Convery also won the Canada National Championship in 2005.

He returned to Las Vegas for the 2005 Desert Classic but lost in the first round to Alex Roy. Convery then returned to the World Championship in 2006, beating Dave Askew in the first round before losing in the second round to Alan Warriner-Little. Convery then suffered first round exits in the World Championships in 2007 to Steve Beaton and in 2008 to Barrie Bates. He also suffered first round losses in the 2007 and 2008 Desert Classics, losing to Mervyn King and Jelle Klaasen.

2008 was not a good year for Convery. Apart from winning the WDF-ranked Quebec Open, he suffered early exits in the North American Darts Championship and the US Open as well as the Players Championship Las Vegas. He also lost his Klondike Open title which he had won the past four years, losing in the semi finals. He didn't earn enough money to qualify for the 2009 PDC World Darts Championship through the North American rankings.

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