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Canada Entries and results thread

Post by Ginge » Thu Aug 26, 2010 1:09 pm

http://www.pdc.tv/page/NewsdeskDetail/0 ... 76,00.html

Canada was held a couple of weeks earlier in 2009 than it is this year. So will last years event be included in the rolling one year seedings totals or not?

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Post by hang the dj » Thu Aug 26, 2010 1:24 pm

Looks like Colin Lloyd is the highest ranked player attending, didn't notice any of the current top 7 in the list

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Post by ericbristowlegend » Thu Aug 26, 2010 1:46 pm

it'll be tough to pick a winner this weekend

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Re: Canada Entries

Post by masticman » Thu Aug 26, 2010 2:29 pm

[justin][/justin]

bradders

who will be the 32 seeds for this

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Re: Canada Entries

Post by armchairfan » Thu Aug 26, 2010 3:18 pm

masticman wrote:[justin][/justin]

bradders

who will be the 32 seeds for this


1 £30,300 NEWTON, Wesley
2 £23,700 LLOYD, Colin
3 £23,400 HAMILTON, Andy
4 £22,600 WALSH, Mark (£2,200 countback)
5 £22,600 BEATON, Steve (£800 countback)
6 £22,500 CAVEN, Jamie
7 £21,700 OVENS, Denis
8 £18,300 OSBORNE, Colin
9 £14,900 TABERN, Alan
10 £14,500 DUDBRIDGE, Mark
11 £13,700 BATES, Barrie
12 £12,600 PAINTER, Kevin
13 £12,300 BROWN,Steve
14 £12,250 NICHOLSON, Paul
15 £11,200 PRIESTLEY, Dennis
16 £9,800 KLAASEN, Jelle
17 £9,700 WEBSTER, Mark
18 £9,300 THORNTON, Robert
19 £9,100 ECCLES, Tony
20 £8,700 GERWEN, Michael van
21 £7,700 HINE, Steve
22 £6,700 PIPE, Justin
23 £6,300 HEYDON, Nigel
24 £5,600 SHEPHERD, Kirk
25 £5,100 McDINE, Kevin
26 £4,900 PART, John
27 £4,800 CLARK, Matt (£1,700 countback)
28 £4,800 EVANS, Steve (£800 countback)
29 £4,800 MAISH, Steve (£700 countback)
30 £4,700 HYLTON, Mark
31 £4,400 FULLWELL, Nick
32 £4,300 JOHNSON, Darren


33 £4,200 SCHOLTEN, Roland
34 £4,100 JENKINS, Andy

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Post by Ginge » Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:00 pm

masticman wrote:[justin][/justin]

bradders

who will be the 32 seeds for this


Done for you above byArmchairfan.

I would have done it but I was unclear whether Canada 2009 would count in the rolling one year as it was held earlier in August than this year.

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Post by Ginge » Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:18 pm

Here are the boards though Steve:

1 NEWTON, Wesley
32 JOHNSON, Darren

16 KLAASEN, Jelle
17 WEBSTER, Mark

8 OSBORNE, Colin
25 McDINE, Kevin

9 TABERN, Alan
24 SHEPHERD, Kirk


5 BEATON, Steve
28 EVANS, Steve

12 PAINTER, Kevin
21 HINE, Steve

4 WALSH, Mark
29 MAISH, Steve

13 BROWN,Steve
20 GERWEN, Michael van


2 LLOYD, Colin
31 FULLWELL, Nick

15 PRIESTLEY, Dennis
18 THORNTON, Robert

7 OVENS, Denis
26 PART, John

10 DUDBRIDGE, Mark
23 HEYDON, Nigel


6 CAVEN, Jamie
27 CLARK, Matt

11 BATES, Barrie
22 PIPE, Justin

3 HAMILTON, Andy
30 HYLTON, Mark

14 NICHOLSON, Paul
19 ECCLES, Tony


Your on Board 7 with some fella called Mark Walsh. Heard he is quite nifty on the floor, like.

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Post by Bram_1900 » Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:28 pm

Klaasen - Webster is a fair battle to take a WMPspot

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Post by armchairfan » Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:37 pm

Bradders wrote:
masticman wrote:[justin][/justin]

bradders

who will be the 32 seeds for this


Done for you above byArmchairfan.

I would have done it but I was unclear whether Canada 2009 would count in the rolling one year as it was held earlier in August than this year.


I stuck with the rules and deducted Canada and Atlanta from last year.

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Post by Ginge » Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:38 pm

armchairfan wrote:
Bradders wrote:
masticman wrote:[justin][/justin]

bradders

who will be the 32 seeds for this


Done for you above byArmchairfan.

I would have done it but I was unclear whether Canada 2009 would count in the rolling one year as it was held earlier in August than this year.


I stuck with the rules and deducted Canada and Atlanta from last year.


Righty-ho.

Would be to the detriment of Priestley then who had £5000 from Canada!

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Post by DamianInDublin » Thu Aug 26, 2010 4:42 pm

Definitely a big chance for a couple of players to rise out of nowhere (or relative nowhere) and grab a WGP spot.

Disappointed that none of the Irish contingent got to go, although there's definitely a few ex-pats in the field - Gerry Convery, Sean Smyth and the very lovely-sounding Sarah O'Connell. ;)
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Re: Canada Entries

Post by masticman » Thu Aug 26, 2010 6:02 pm

thx guys :DDDD: :DDDD:

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Post by and the Iron Fist » Thu Aug 26, 2010 6:03 pm

DamianInDublin wrote:Definitely a big chance for a couple of players to rise out of nowhere (or relative nowhere) and grab a WGP spot.

Disappointed that none of the Irish contingent got to go


They don't even go as far as England to play events so don't see why they would have been going to Canada.

Besides, why bother? They get a freebie at the Grand Prix anyway.
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Post by checkout » Thu Aug 26, 2010 8:57 pm

So what time does this start UK time ??

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Post by armchairfan » Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:21 pm

checkout wrote:So what time does this start UK time ??


It's a 5pm start on both days (12pm local time).

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Post by ericbristowlegend » Thu Aug 26, 2010 10:46 pm

really looking forward to these now cant wait to have the pro tour back :D
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Post by DamianInDublin » Fri Aug 27, 2010 12:12 pm

and the Iron Fist wrote:
DamianInDublin wrote:Definitely a big chance for a couple of players to rise out of nowhere (or relative nowhere) and grab a WGP spot.

Disappointed that none of the Irish contingent got to go


They don't even go as far as England to play events so don't see why they would have been going to Canada.

Besides, why bother? They get a freebie at the Grand Prix anyway.


There are 6 Irish regulars for the English Players events - Mick McGowan, Brendan Dolan, William O'Connor, John Magowan, Jim McKevitt and Aodhagan O'Neill - attendance is at considerable extra travel expense. So whoever wins the 4 places this year will certainly have earned them.
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Post by and the Iron Fist » Fri Aug 27, 2010 5:03 pm

DamianInDublin wrote:
There are 6 Irish regulars for the English Players events - Mick McGowan, Brendan Dolan, William O'Connor, John Magowan, Jim McKevitt and Aodhagan O'Neill - attendance is at considerable extra travel expense. So whoever wins the 4 places this year will certainly have earned them.


Take the word 'certainly' out and add 'in my opinion' and you will have a reasonable post.

Mind you, I wouldn't call any of the above 'regulars', except for Brendan Dolan and Jim Mckevitt, and the odds against the latter being able to qualify would be long if there were 32 Irish players in the Grand Prix.

But you didn't answer my question: what would be the point of any of those players flying out to Canada when they get a spot in the Grand Prix for nothing? Then again, if they fly halfway around the world from Ireland to Britain then why not Canada? :lol:
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Re: Canada Entries

Post by checkout » Fri Aug 27, 2010 5:37 pm

Kirk Shepherd missed his flight, so that will change the board seedings for tomorrow?

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Re: Canada Entries

Post by Bag Carrier » Fri Aug 27, 2010 5:53 pm

checkout wrote:Kirk Shepherd missed his flight, so that will change the board seedings for tomorrow?


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