BDO World Trophy Day Five Afternoon Session Match Reports and Results

Ross Montgomery (6) 7 vs 6 Kyle McKinstry (14)

 

A close match to start our final day at the Preston Guildhall sees Ross Montgomery come from 6-4 behind to take the match 6-7, breaking the McKinstry throw twice in the processes. A brilliant 106 checkout in the tenth leg put McKinstry in the driving seat, but Montgomery dug deep to claim his spot in the semi-finals this evening.

Roz Bulmer 0 vs 5  Fallon Sherrock (7)

 

Fallon Sherrock progresses into the final in style with a 5-0 win over Norfolk’s Roz Bulmer, registering a 91.65 in the process. Sherrock quickly broke the Bulmer throw and held the second leg in 13 darts. Bulmer couldn’t quite get in front due to heavy scoring from Sherrock, and a 14 dart-leg sealed her the win.

Peter Machin 1 vs 7 Michael Unterbuchner

 

Michael Unterbuchner was relentless in his defeat of reigning WDT Champion Peter Machin. Machin missed doubles in the third and fourth legs, which allowed Unterbuchner to stretch into a 4-0 lead. An 11 dart fifth leg from Machin wasn’t enough to stop the German, and he took the final three legs to win 7-1, with a 96.64 average and an 88% checkout percentage.

Lorraine Winstanley (1) 5 vs 4 Anastasia Dobromyslova (5)

 

Our last semi-final in ladies’ tournament sees Lorraine Winstanley edge out the 2014 Champion, Anastasia Dobromyslova. Despite averaging almost 7 points more per visit and a 14 dart eighth leg to draw level, Dobromyslova couldn’t get in front in the final leg and Winstanley won her place in the final 5-4.

Jim Williams (4) 7 vs 3 Scott Baker

 Jim Williams takes a comfortable 7-3 victory over ‘The Mod’ Scott Baker. A superior 64% checkout rate saw Williams take out finishes of 116, 102 and 84 on the bull to take the match. He will face the winner of Darius Labanauskas and Glen Durrant.

Darius Labanauskas 5 vs 7 Glen Durrant (1)

 A fitting end to Saturday’s afternoon session saw Darius Labanauskas push Glen Durrant to his limits! Duzza broke Labanauskas in the third leg and held onto the advantage until, with his back against the wall, Labanauskas broke Durrant in the eleventh leg to save the match. Labanauskas, with the darts, missed doubles to level the score at 6-6, and Durrant stepped in to win 7-5.