Players Championship 25: Crawley, 4th September 2010

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Re: Players Championship 25: Crawley, 4th September 2010

Post by crazydarter » Sat Sep 04, 2010 11:45 pm

GRAYISALEGEND wrote:No doubt a lucky win given the easy opponent in the last game

I talk a load of rubbish and nobody on this forum gives a stuff what I think - Im like Millwall, I dont care! I will keep posting until I am banned

as your sig. says..... you do talk a load of rubbish....... and nobody gives a fek.... :DDD: :DDD:

WELL DONE ADE LEWIS :DDDD: :P :P

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Re: Players Championship 25: Crawley, 4th September 2010

Post by Ginge » Sat Sep 04, 2010 11:49 pm

nikkiboy wrote:Jees we've got some have a go heroes on here, for their information farmer was awesome today, he never missed a double til the last leg.

The game against anderson and lewis were two of the best games I have ever seen. But for farmers missed double the lewis game would have been 5-5 but I reckon in those two games farmer hit 10 - 14 x 180's

Gary didn't have a chance in the deciding leg with farmer kicking off with something like 180 - 140 and he had no complaints when he lost


Who are these "have a go heroes"? I can only see the one in this thread in regards to critisising Farmer.

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Re: Players Championship 25: Crawley, 4th September 2010

Post by ChrisW » Sun Sep 05, 2010 12:43 am

Nikki might have enjoyed the buffet too much . Well Done Mr Farmer and Lewis

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Re: Players Championship 25: Crawley, 4th September 2010

Post by nikkiboy » Sun Sep 05, 2010 12:58 am

polarbear70 wrote:Nikki might have enjoyed the buffet too much . Well Done Mr Farmer and Lewis

It was great!

No what I mean is there are posts on here saying lewis had an easy final and anderson used his shoulder as an eexcuse, its easy to say that but if you has seen the games then you would have drawn a totally different conclusion.

Good night - still going for me chissy and lee :D unlike krispy grubby nookie and ozzie the lightweights who went home early!
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Re: Players Championship 25: Crawley, 4th September 2010

Post by Booji Boy » Sun Sep 05, 2010 7:12 am

Cracking day at my first pro tour event. Massive thanks to Grubby and Par Rihonnen for sorting out the access for me. Two nicer guys you could not meet.

The standard of darts was great throughout the day. Lewis, Farmer, Webster, Grubby and a young kid called Jamie Atkins all played great. It was also good to see Gary Anderson back to something like his best following the shoulder problems.

Our sponsored player Justin Pipe lost 6-5 to Paul Nicholson although he was 5-2 up and really should have won, needless to say JP was gutted, but all credit to Paul as he showed real guts to fight back. I honestly think that big runs are in the offing for both JP and Grubby.

It was great to finally meet up with my fellow admin from here, however, they are much shorter and uglier in real life, scary bunch!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks again to Grubby and Par and I cannae wait to attend my next event.

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Re: Players Championship 25: Crawley, 4th September 2010

Post by ST87 » Sun Sep 05, 2010 12:45 pm

Slightly disrespectful to call Farmer an 'easy opponent' given the calibre of opposition he defeated yesterday, as well as the fact that he's made the latter stages of the Masters a couple of times (as an unseeded player). That £3K ought to give him an outside chance of making the Ally Pally, will it not?
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Re: Players Championship 25: Crawley, 4th September 2010

Post by armchairfan » Sun Sep 05, 2010 1:01 pm

ST87 wrote:Slightly disrespectful to call Farmer an 'easy opponent' given the calibre of opposition he defeated yesterday, as well as the fact that he's made the latter stages of the Masters a couple of times (as an unseeded player). That £3K ought to give him an outside chance of making the Ally Pally, will it not?


1 Steve Brown 10,200
2 Tony Eccles 7,100
3 Nigel Heydon 6,900
4 Steve Hine 6,200
5 Chris Thompson 6,000
6 Justin Pipe 5,600
7 Peter Wright 5,500
8 Mark Hylton 5,500
9 Steve Maish 5,150
10 Brendan Dolan 4,900
11 Steve Evans 4,900
12 Steve Farmer 4,600
13 Kevin McDine 4,400
14 Richie Burnett 4,400
15 Joe Cullen 4,000
16 Tony Randell 3,900
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17 Matt Clark 3,800
18 Gary Mawson 3,600
19 Nick Fullwell 3,500
20 Dennis Smith 3,400
21 Alex Roy 3,300
22 Kirk Shepherd 3,300
23 Roland Scholten 3,000
24 Mark Frost 3,000

As it stands he is in a qualifying spot. £6,000 should be enough to get you to Ally Pally.

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Re: Players Championship 25: Crawley, 4th September 2010

Post by GtotheF » Sun Sep 05, 2010 1:13 pm

ST87 wrote:Slightly disrespectful to call Farmer an 'easy opponent' given the calibre of opposition he defeated yesterday, as well as the fact that he's made the latter stages of the Masters a couple of times (as an unseeded player). That £3K ought to give him an outside chance of making the Ally Pally, will it not?


I was saying to Dean (Hotspur) yesterday, that having watched Farmer in Crawley back in March I'm really surprised he hasn't done more damage on the tour.

The guy is a really good player.
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Re: Players Championship 25: Crawley, 4th September 2010

Post by Gringo » Sun Sep 05, 2010 2:06 pm

GRAYISALEGEND wrote:No doubt a lucky win given the easy opponent in the last game

Is there a reward for "stupidest post of the month"
Well done lad :DDDD: :roll:

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