Lisa Ashton retained her World Masters crown as she defeated Anastasia Dobromyslova in a nail-biting encounter that went all the way to a deciding leg.
The opening two legs would go with throw before the Russian found a pivotal break, taking out 90 on double 15. Four more holds of throw would follow as the averages remained in the mid eighties. With Dobromyslova just one away from victory, Ashton hit the turbo.
Four ton plus scores followed by a 36 checkout got the game back on throw and handed ‘The Lancashire Rose’ a chance to throw for the match. She obliged, throwing a superb 14-darter to be crowned a three-time World Master, and retain the title for a first time in her career.
By Josh Green (@JoshGreenMedia)
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