Keith Sullivan

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Keith Sullivan
Personal information
Born Australia
Organisation (see split in darts)
BDO 1991-1993
BDO majors - best performances
World Ch'ship Last 16: 1991, 1992
World Masters Last 16: 1992
Other tournament wins
Tournament Years
Australian Grand Masters 1991
Updated on 5 April 2008.

Keith Sullivan is a retired Australian darts player.

He played in three BDO World Darts Championships. In 1991, he defeated future world champion Raymond van Barneveld in the first round, but lost to Alan Warriner in round two. In 1992 he defeated Peter Evison 3-1 in the first round but was defeated by Rod Harrington 3-2 in the second round. In 1993, he lost in the first round to Bobby George. He also played in the Winmau World Masters twice, in 1991 where he lost in the first round to Dave Kelly, and in 1992 where he beat Peter Locke to progress into the second round where he was beaten by Kevin Spiolek. He won the 1991 Australian Grand Masters and reached the semi final of the 1991 British Open.

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