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DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby The Jolly Man » Sat Feb 17, 2018 9:48 pm

New season started this weekend

16th Feb ALH Blue Cattle Dog Hotel, NSW Harrows Pro Tour Event #1 View Poster
17th Feb ALH Blue Cattle Dog Hotel, NSW Harrows Pro Tour Event #2
18th Feb ALH Blue Cattle Dog Hotel, NSW Harrows Pro Tour Event #3

23rd March Seaford Hotel Seaford Victoria Harrows Pro Tour Event #4 View Poster
24th March Seaford Hotel Seaford Victoria Harrows Pro Tour Event #5
25th March Seaford Hotel Seaford Victoria Harrows Pro Tour Event #6

13th April Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club Harrows Pro Tour Event #7 View Poster
14th April Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club Harrows Pro Tour Event #8
15th April Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club Harrows Pro Tour Event #9

18th May ALH Brook Hotel Brisbane Harrows Pro Tour Event #10 View Poster
19th May ALH Brook Hotel Brisbane Harrows Pro Tour Event #11
20th May ALH Brook Hotel Brisbane Harrows Pro Tour Event #12

June World Cup Frankfurt Germany
15th June Hobart Australian Italian Club Harrows Pro Tour Event #13 View Poster
16th June Hobart Australian Italian Club Harrows Pro Tour Event #14
17th June Hobart Australian Italian Club Harrows Pro Tour Event #15

WSoD Qualifers
2nd - 8th July Invercargill Workingmans Club NZ Qualifiers Auckland/Brisbane/Melbourne Darts Masters
22nd-25th July Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club Qualifiers Auckland/Brisbane/Melbourne Darts Masters

World Series Of Darts Fox Sports Major
3rd Aug PDC World Series City To be Confirmed
4th Aug PDC World Series City To be Confirmed
5th Aug PDC World Series City To be Confirmed

World Series Of Darts Fox Sports Major
10th Aug PDC World Series City To be Confirmed
11th Aug PDC World Series City To be Confirmed
12th Aug PDC World Series City To be Confirmed

World Series Of Darts Fox Sports Major
17th Aug PDC World Series City To be Confirmed
18th Aug PDC World Series City To be Confirmed
19th Aug PDC World Series City To be Confirmed

7th Sept Brook Hotel Brisbane Harrows Pro Tour Event #16 View Poster
8th Sept Brook Hotel Brisbane Harrows Pro Tour Event #17
9th Sept Brook Hotel Brisbane Harrows Pro Tour Event #18

Australasian Championships
23rd Oct Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club 7pm Stewart /Frampton Australia v NZ Test Match
24th Oct Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club Australasian Champs Teams Day 1 Men/Women/Youth CLOSED
25th Oct Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club DPA Australasian Doubles Championships Men Women Youth CLOSED
26th Oct Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club Australasian Champs Teams Day 2 Men/Women/Youth CLOSED
27th Oct Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club DPA Australian Singles Championship Men/Women/Youth/JDC Open
28th Oct Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club DPA Australian Matchplay Singles Mens/Women/Youth/JDC Open
29th Oct Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club Australasian Champs Teams Day 3 Mens/Womens/Youth Closed
30th Oct Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club DPA Oceanic Masters Mens/Women/Youth Open*Qualification Criteria
30th Oct Warilla Bowls and Recreation Club Presentation Night

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby The Jolly Man » Sat Feb 17, 2018 9:51 pm

Friday night is a qualifier for the WSOD. Players score points at each Friday event in an attempt to qualify for a WSOD place.


A record Friday field of 84 played the ALH Blue Cattle Dog Harrows World Series of Darts Qualifier 1. With a spot in the PDC limelight on offer through the whole series there was plenty of competitive matches Raymond Smith came out on top eventually, having defeated Tim Pusey 6-4 in the final.
Earlier in the night at the round of 32 stage Tahuna Irwin continued his good form in the Prodarts series with a 6-4 win over Mike Bonser. Loz Ryder showed that he still has it by comfortably getting past Dave Chrenock six nil. It was the same scoreline for Mick Lacey, who has recently returned from NZ and is playing the DPA circuit full time this year, over Jake Howie. The Shire’s Dave Marland defeated John Riley 6-2 whilst Perth’s Tim Pusey defeated local Kevin Luland 6-2. Brendan Porter defeated Brisbane Pro Darts Series representative Lewis Kirk 6 - 5 as another player from that event, Raymond Smith defeated Dennis Sario 6-0. Raymond O’Donnell continued to make waves at the oche as he defeated Alan Hunter 6-0. Youngster Tremaine Gallagher defeated Dave Hanel 6-4 whilst top four players from last season, GG Mathers, Rhys Mathewson and Lucas Cameron, all won through (over Graeme Lowe 6 – 5, Matthew Leahy 6 – 2 and Mark Colbongan 6 – 5 respectively.) Justin Thompson, back from his efforts at Lakeside, defeated Ryan Lynch 6-2, whilst Annan McDevitt closed that quarter of the draw with a 6-3 win over Steve Powell. Another highlight match of this round saw James Bailey, back from trying his hand at Q school in England, beat Mark Taafe 6 – 4. Scott Johnson defeated Paul Hill 6-3 in the other match for this round.
In the round of 16 two of the four players who had won 6-0 lost out, as both Loz Ryder and Mick Lacey were tumbled out, by Tahuna Irwin and Scott Johnson respectively. The closest match of the round saw Dave Marland get edged out by young WA superstar Tim Pusey 6-5. There were more comprehensive wins for Raymond Smith and Justin Thompson (both 6-1 over Brendan Porter and Annan McDevitt respectively.) James Bailey won 6-2 over Raymond O’Donnell in one of the big match ups of the round. Tremaine Gallagher continued his momentum with a ferociously fought win over Rhys Mathewson 6-4. The big clash of the round saw GG Mathers take out Lucas Cameron 6-3.
The quarters demonstrated the quality of the field with a field of exciting youth and experienced players left. Tim Pusey represented the young brigade by defeating fellow youngster Tremaine Gallagher 6-0 whilst Scott Johnson slowed the walk of the youngsters through the tournament by defeating Tahuna Irwin 6-4. Justin Thompson defeated GG Mathers 6-4 and Raymond Smith beat James Bailey 6-3 in two big head to heads. Pusey then got revenge for the youngsters as he laid Scott Johnson low 6-2 in the first semi final. In the second semi final Raymond Smith defeated another Australian team mate (as he had in the previous round) this time in Justin Thompson, 6 – 3.
The final was therefore set between Raymond Smith and Tim Pusey.
A 140 start from Smith was not matched by his opponent as Smith hit another 100 on his second visit. He then improved on it on his next visit with 118. With 142 needed Smith threw 60 to leave 82 which he collected on his next visit.
Having held throw Smith opened up with a maximum in the next leg and it was he who first chased a check out, of 115. He only got 43 and his opponent chased 65 which he collected in two darts.
A poorer opening visit from Smith was punished by Pusey with a 140 start in leg three but it was Smith who had first go at a check out. Requiring 78, Smith got the leg with last dart in hand.
A 60 opening from Pusey was then punished by Smith in the next leg with a century opening visit. Neither player could make the most of their next visit but a 134 from Pusey then put him in the box seat although his next visit of 28 threw the leg wide open once more. Pusey had 108 for a check out but missed the double for the leg. Smith then missed a double for a check out of his own but Pusey gave him a shot at ten, which he took, after the WA player left five chasing 20. Smith was now up a break and leading 3-1.
With a break in his pocket Smith opened up with 98 only to be out thrown by Pusey with 140. A consistent 100 at his next visit was bettered by a 139 from his opponent. 140 from Smith kept the pressure on but Pusey matched it exactly on his next visit. Requiring 82 Pusey only scored 62. With 98 needed Smith scored 74. This time requiring twenty Pusey did it with his second dart to immediately grab the break back. 3-2
A 41 start was corrected with a 140 on Pusey’s next visit. His opponent continued to be more consistent on his visits. A maximum put Pusey well ahead and requiring 114 on his next visit he left 14 which he was able to get with his last dart in hand. 3-3
The next leg needed Smith to stop the momentum of his opponent and he got to a check out first, requiring 160. He left 60 but was unable to get it on his next visit. His opponent needed the same and did it with his second dart to go a break up at 4-3.
Trying to tie things up Pusey opened with a poor 40 but Smith could not make the most of it, scoring 85 of his own. A visit of 26 second time around was again not punished by his opponent. A 60 visit from Pusey was followed up by 100 from his opponent. Pusey could not convert 116 but was well enough in front to chase the 56 next visit, which he did with two darts. 4-4
The match was back on throw and Smith opened with 97 and then 100. Another 140 helped Smith take a good lead. Smith collected 24 for the leg. 5-4
On throw Pusey required 89 for the next leg but only collected 39. Smith then required 100 for the leg himself and secured it for a 6-4 win.
Smith was ecstatic with the win “It is great to secure the first event of the season. Tim is a quality opponent and challenged me through the middle but I was pleased to be able to turn the match around back in my favour. It came as a great relief to throw that final 100.”

Tahuna Irwin 6-4 Mike Bonser
Loz Ryder 6-0 Dave Chernock
Dave Marland 6 – 2 John Riley
Tim Pusey 6 – 2 Kevin Luland
Scott Johnson 6-3 Paul Hill
Mick Lacey 6-0 Jake Howie
Brendan Porter 6-5 Lewis Kirk
Ray Smith 6-0 Dennis Sario
Tremaine Gallagher 6-4 Dave Hanel
Rhys Mathewson 6-2 Matthew Leahy
Lucas Cameron 6 – 5 Mark Colbongan
GG Mathers 6 – 5 Graeme Lowe
Justin Thompson 6-2 Ryan Lynch
Annan McDevitt 6-3 Steve Powell
James Bailey 6 – 4 Mark Taafe
Raymond O’Donnell 6 – 0 Alan Hunter

Tahuna Irwin 6 -3 Loz Ryder
Tim Pusey 6 - 5 Dave Marland
Scott Johnson 6 – 5 Mick Lacey
Raymond Smith 6 - 1 Brendan Porter
Tremaine Gallagher 6 - 4 Rhys Mathewson
GG Mathers 6 - 3 Lucas Cameron
Justin Thompson 6 – 1 Annan McDevitt
James Bailey 6 – 2 Ray O’Donnell

Tim Pusey 6-0 Tremaine Gallagher
Scott Johnson 6-4 Tahuna Irwin
Justin Thompson 6 – 4 GG Mathers
Raymond Smith 6 – 3 James Bailey

Tim Pusey 6 -2 Scott Johnson
Raymond Smith 6 – 3 Justin Thompson

Raymond Smith 6 – 4 Tim Pusey

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby The Jolly Man » Sat Feb 17, 2018 9:52 pm

A field of 92 players took the first step towards the PDC World Championships as the second event of the DPA Pro Tour got underway at the Blue Cattle Dog in St Marys on Saturday. With the launch of new teams such as Team ACC Demolishers, Team Devil and Team Danger over the weekend there was plenty of excitement as they went head to head against established teams in Team Rebel and Team Maximum and the multitude of independent players on the circuit. At the end of the day it came down to two Queenslanders, independent James Bailey and Team Rebel’s Steve Macarthur. In the end it was James Bailey who came out victorious on a day that demonstrated the fact that darts in Australia is on the rise in terms of both exposure and depth of talent.

With 16 boards going it was hard to get out of the group stage with only the top two progressing. Tim Pusey (runners up in the previous night’s final) and Ryan Lynch progressed early in the afternoon. Justin Thompson and Dave Charnock qualified from their group whilst Loz Ryder and Kerry Allen progressed through an extremely difficult group. Lucas Cameron missed out after a three way play off moved Ryder and Allen through.
Mark Colbangan and GG Mathers both progressed first from their groups with Marshall Allen and Ian Dargan runners up respectively. Local Jerry Weyman topped his group with Ash Britt runners up whilst another local, Kevin Luland progressed as runners up after a play off in his group with Steve Powell finishing ahead of him. Bill Aitken, on his return to the series after a long layoff, and Adrian McDevitt got through their very difficult section, seeing off the likes of young Kiwi starlet Tahuna Irwin.

Pat Molloy won through in first place as the calibre of that group in a three way play off which included Manny Kato, Mick Lacey and Rhys Mathewson, which saw the latter progress. Big names Raymond Smith and Tic Bridge progressed through their group as expected whilst Ray O’Donnell continued his good form by winning his strong group. A three way play off in that group saw Beau McCann see off Kalani Hillman and Alex Evans. John Riley went through his group undefeated with Andrew Eagers second, having only lost to Riley. Craig Prizeman, Paul Lease, and Steve Macarthur had a three way play off for the top two positions in their group with Macarthur (1st) and Prizeman (2nd) progressing. Scott Johnson (top) and John Watkins progressed through. In the last groups NSW’s Mike Bonser and Team Danger’s Dave Williams and James Bailey and Tyler Fitch made it through to the draw for the round of 32.

The round of 32 saw Pat Molloy beat Kerry Allen 4-1 whilst John Riley clean swept Ash Britt. Loz Ryder set up with a round of 16 clash with Riley by defeating Ash Britt 4-0. Mark Colbangen defeated John Watkins by the same score line whilst James Bailey beat Craig Prizeman in five legs. Rhys Mathewson defeated Justin Thompson in a battle of the titans 4-2. GG Mathers also made it through by defeating Kevin Luland whilst Mike Bonser made it through against Marshall Allen (4 – 3.)

In the later matches of that round Tim Pusey won against Ryan Lynch (4 – 3), Steve Powell defeated Adrian McDevitt (4 – 2), Bill Aitken whitewashed Andrew Eagers, and Ray O’Donnell defeated Eagers team mate Dave Williams 4 – 1. Tyler Fitch took out Jerry Weyman 4-3 whilst Steve Macarthur eliminated Beau McCann 4-0. Scott Johnson continued his good form of the previous night with a tight 4-3 victory and in the final match of the round Raymond Smith beat Ian Dargan 4-0.

The round of 16 saw victories recorded for John Riley (6-1 over Ryder), Mike Bonser (6-3 over Mathewson), Tim Pusey (6-0 over Johnson), GG Mathers (6-4 over Colbangen), Steve Macarthur (6-5 over Smith), Tyler Fitch (6-2 over O’Donnell), James Bailey (6-3 over Molloy), and Steve Powell (6-5 over Aitken) Many of these would be considered upsets on paper but demonstrated the depth of quality player that will be a part of the tour this year.

The quarter finals looked like they would be tight affairs however two proved to be not so. Steve Macarthur defeated Tyler Fitch in his quarter comfortably with his opponent only able to win one leg of seven. Steve Powell overcame Tim Pusey by the same score line. In a closer match John Riley defeated Mike Bonser 6-4, the same score line as James Bailey defeated last year’s Pro Tour winner GG Mathers to set the four semi-finalists in places.

The Bailey v Riley semi-final looked one sided with a 6-0 score line but Riley had some chances throughout the match. With Bailey 3-0 up the Tasmanian missed tops for the leg that could have got him back into the match. With Riley on 73 in the fifth leg he could not convert over two visits and his opponent pounced once more. Even in the final leg Riley was on 68 and just missed a double for a check out only to watch as Bailey converted 60 with his next two darts to secure his position in the final.

The other semi-final saw Steve Macarthur move comfortably into a 5-1 lead. Some of the legs had been close but Macarthur had prevailed in all but one as he lined up to complete the match 6-1. However Steve Powell had other ideas and took out the next leg comfortably. With Macca on 56 Powell was able to check out 76 on his next visit and he threw his opponent under even more pressure when Macarthur missed tops for the match and Powell converted 68. He still needed to break against Macarthur’s throw though and the Team Rebel man moved to 82 to put pressure on his opponent. However Powell was good enough to get the 86 required on his next visit and lock the match up.

The final leg looked Powell’s throughout the leg as he moved to a comfortable lead. However he struggled to convert the 48 required and with both players throwing nervous darts at the end it was finally Macarthur who held his nerve enough to secure the leg and the match and move into the final against James Bailey.

So after a day filled with youngsters trying to upset the established stars it was two veterans that squared off in the second Pro Tour final of the year. James Bailey won the all-important bull for the first throw and he started strongly with a 140 followed up by 81. A 26 start from Macca was followed up with a more respectable 100 and the two moved closer together after visits of 81 and 140 respectively. Bailey got to the first conversion of the night but looking for 119 he had to leave 60. With Macarthur on 183 (he then moved to 142) Bailey missed two fat numbers and had to leave tops. Chasing the 142 Macarthur converted for a brilliant early steal.

In the second leg Macca had to consolidate but could only open with 60 but was left relatively unpunished by his opponent. The next time he was not so lucky as Bailey collected 120. With Bailey on 119 once more Macarthur moved from 185 to 145. Bailey could only collect 42 as Macarthur was unsuccessful at checking out the big number this time. Chasing 77 Bailey hit 19, 18 and 20 and once again Macca pounced in a leg he had been behind in.

Bailey started with consistent 100s in the third leg A 140 from Macarthur improved his lot a little to 260 but Bailey was on 178. Another 140 left Macca able to pounce and thus Bailey tried to check out 138, scoring 92. Macarthur once more hit the big check out (120) to take a second break and a three nil lead.

With memories of the comeback of Steve Powell in his semi-final still raw Macarthur would have known he needed to keep his foot down with the throw on the next leg, however Bailey moved 41 ahead after two visits each. Bailey could only leave 180 though and it left Macarthur with a shot at 160, which he failed to convert. 40 was required by James and he did so with his second dart to get a break back and finally collect a leg.
The next leg saw James Bailey open with a maximum as the momentum swung his way. He followed up with a 140 to leave 181. A 140 of his own put Macarthur on 261 in response. A poorer visit of 43 gave Macca an outside chance but he could only score 60 so Bailey stepped up at 138. Bailey did the professional thing and left tops with Macarthur not on a finish which he got with his next dart.

Macarthur tried to slow the momentum with a 100 opening in the next leg but this was matched by his opponent. A 60 visit was then left unpunished by Bailey (45). A 100 left Bailey slight ahead and with Macarthur on 181 Bailey tried to take full advantage but could only move from 256 to 175. Macarthur moved to 125 as Bailey moved to 80. 49 from Macarthur was not enough but neither was 40 from his opponent. Macarthur missed tops for the leg and a double ten with his last dart in hand put Bailey back on level terms at 3-3.

Bailey opened the next leg with an 80 (including an unfortunate bounce out.) Macca put the pressure on immediately with 140 which was then trounced by a 180 from Bailey. 41 left Macarthur on 320 whilst 85 left Bailey on a target of 156. With Macarthur well behind in the leg Bailey secured 85 to move to 71. A 140 from Macarthur put a little pressure on (80) but Bailey was able to overcome that and secured the leg to move to his first lead of the match.

With Macarthur now behind he opened with a confident 140. A 123 from Bailey later in the leg put him back in the leg but the Team Rebel man responded with a 125. On his own throw Macarthur moved to 131 as Bailey left the big fish, 170. Macarthur missed tops for the leg but Bailey could not get his second dart in the treble twenty. Macarthur converted to move the score to 4-4 in legs.
A 60 start from his opponent gave Macarthur a chance to punish early in the leg and he took it with a 125 visit first up. However a second poorer visit saw him fall back into the grasp of James Bailey. With Macarthur enjoying a slight lead Bailey only scored 60 and a 140 from Macca moved him to 123. With Bailey on 136 Macarthur missed the bull for the leg. With 96 from Bailey Macarthur took the chance to break for a third time and regain the lead at 5-4.

A leg away Macarthur showed no nerves by opening with a 140. However James Bailey showed he would not be rolling over and opened with the same score. Both players then exchanged the same score on their next visit before another 140 moved Macarthur to 161. Again it was replicated by Bailey. Macca scored 92 with his shot at the score as a 137 from Bailey certainly piled the pressure on. Macarthur missed tops for the match and Bailey took the leg on his next visit to get his third break of the match and tie it back up after ten legs.

Bailey opened up on his own throw with 45 but his opponent was unable to really punish it by scoring 62. 87 from Bailey moved him to 369 as Macarthur scored 83 to move to 356. 13 behind and Bailey could only collect 81 as his opponent scored the maximum 180 on his next visit to the oche. Bailey responded with exactly the same to leave 108. Macarthur moved from 176 to 76 with a century. James Bailey then secured the 105 for the victory, scoring a three figure finish of his own, as Macarthur had down so often earlier in the match.

Round of 32
Loz Ryder 4 Tic Bridge 3
John Riley 4 Ash Britt 0
Mike Bonser 4 Marshall Allen 3
Rhys Mathewson 4 Justin Thompson 2
Pat Molloy 4 Kerry Allen 1
James Bailey 4 Craig Prizeman 1
GG Mathers 4 Kevin Luland 2
Mat Colbangen 4 John Watkins 0
Tim Pusey 4 Ryan Lynch 3
Scott Johnson 4 Dave Charnock 3
Steve Powell 4 Adrian McDevitt 2
Bill Aitken 4 Andrew Eagers 0
Raymond Smith 4 Ian Dargan 0
Steve Macarthur 4 Beau McCann 0
Jerry Weyman 3 Tyler Fitch 4
Ray O’Donnell 4 Dave Williams 1

Round of 16
John Riley 6 Loz Ryder 1
Mike Bonser 6 Rhys Mathewson 3
James Bailey 6 Pat Molloy 3
GG Mathers 6 Mat Colbangen 4
Tim Pusey 6 Scott Johnson 0
Steve Powell 6 Bill Aitken 5
Steve Macarthur 6 Raymond Smith 5
Tyler Fitch 6 Ray O’Donnell 2

Quarter Finals
John Riley 6 Mike Bonser 4
James Bailey 6 GG Mathers 4
Steve Powell 6 Tim Pusey 1
Steve Macarthur 6 Tyler Fitch 1

Semi Finals
James Bailey 6 John Riley 0
Steve Macarthur 6 Steve Powell 5

Final
James Bailey 6 Steve Macarthur 5

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby oche balboa » Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:13 pm

Looks like a good set of events

Nice to see a lot of oceania players doing WDF/BDO & PDC
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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby Ginge » Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:27 pm

Australian players in playing events in their country and not giving a shiny shiiiite about darts politics that happened in the UK over 20 years ago shocker.
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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby oche balboa » Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:32 pm

Good for them
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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby The Jolly Man » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:19 pm

Sunday event

84 players

Round of 32
GG Mathers 4 Liam McLennon 0
Jerry Weyman 0 Loz Ryder 4
Zac Bartlett 1 John Riley 4
Bill Aitken 3 Ryan Lynch 4
Kerry Allen 4 Dave Hanel 2
Mark Colbangen 4 Lucas Cameron 0
Steve Macarthur 4 Anton Soc 0
Dave Marland 4 Ray O’Donnell 2
Raymond Smith 4 Steve Powell 0
Justin Thompson 4 Tim Pusey 1
James Bailey 4 Daniel Sim 0
Craig Prizeman 3 Rhys Mathewson 4
Simon Black 0 Dennis Sario 4
Tahuna Irwin 4 Daleo Heta 0
Mike Bonser 3 Kalani Hillman 4
Pat Molloy 4 Matt Leahy 2

Round 16

GG Mathers 6 Loz Ryder 2
John Riley 2 Ryan Lynch 6
Kerry Allen 6 Mark Colbangen 5
Steve Macarthur 6 Dave Marland 4
Raymond Smith 6 Justin Thompson 2
James Bailey 6 Rhys Mathewson 3
Dennis Sario 2 Tahuna Irwin 6
Kalani Hillman 6 Pat Molloy 2

Quarter Finals

GG Mathers 5 Ryan Lynch 6
Kerry Allen 5 Steve Macarthur 6
Raymond Smith 3 James Bailey 6
Tahuna Irwin 6 Kalani Hillman 5

Semi Finals

Ryan Lynch 2 Steve Macarthur 6
James Bailey 6 Tahuna Irwin 1

Final

Steve Macarthur 5 James Bailey 6

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby The Jolly Man » Sat Mar 24, 2018 8:00 pm

So While back in Australia Cadby is keeping his throwing arm ticking over. Certainly not taking it for granted he has made it after his UK Open performances.

Event 4 saw 70 players enter a straight knockout.

No match scores on the DPA site

Winner
Corey Cadby

Final
Gordon-Glen Mathers v Corey Cadby

Last 4
Gordon-Glen Mathers v Steve Macarthur
Corey Cadby v Tim Pusey

Last 8
Tyler Fitch v Gordon-Glen Mathers
Stuart Coburn v Steve Macarthur
Tic Bridge v Corey Cadby
Tim Pusey v Raymond O’Donnell

Last 16
Tyler Fitch v Bill Aitken
Gordon-Glen Mathers v Michael Casser
Stuart Coburn v Mick Lean
Raymond Smith v Steve Macarthur
Tic Bridge v Tori Kewish
Corey Cadby v Fred Cadby
Tim Pusey v Mal Cuming
Raymond O’Donnell v Tremaine Gallagher

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby The Jolly Man » Sat Mar 24, 2018 8:02 pm

The 2nd event in Melbourne saw 82 players enter. They started in 16 groups with top 2 from each advancing

Final
Raymond Smith 6-4 Steve Macarthur

Last 4
Raymond Smith 6-5 Corey Cadby
Lucas Cameron 5-6 Steve Macarthur

Last 8
Raymond O’Donnell 0-6 Raymond Smith
Steve Fitzpatrick 4-6 Corey Cadby
Lucas Cameron 6-5 Rhys Mathewson
Steve Macarthur 6-4 Loz Ryder

Last 16
Ray O’Donnell 5-6 Fred Cadby
Tim Pusey 2-6 Raymond Smith
Andrew Eagers 2-6 Steve Fitzpatrick
Corey Cadby 6-0 John Bunyard
Laurie Loch 0-6 Lucas Cameron
Steve Powell 2-6 Rhys Mathewson
Steve Macarthur 6-2 Michael Cassar
Loz Ryder 6-1 Dale Burton Pye

Last 32
Ray O’Donnell 4-1 Brad Thorp
Fred Cadby 4-3 Mal Cuming
Jeff Hutcheon 1-4 Tim Pusey
Raymond Smith 4-3 Steve Duke Snr
Tic Bridge 3-4 Andrew Eagers
Dave Kennett 2-4 Steve Fitzpatrick
Corey Cadby 4-2 Mick Lacey
Jamie Wolfe 0-4 John Bunyard
Laurie Loch 4-0 Jamie Brown
Luke Crockford 0-4 Lucas Cameron
Steve Powell 4-0 Mick Lean
John Watkins 0-4 Rhys Mathewson
Steve Macarthur 4-1 Tremaine Gallagher
Bill Aitken 0-4 Michael Cassar
Loz Ryder 4-0 Dave Williams
Daniel Sim 3-4 Dale Burton Pye

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby Mgt » Sat Mar 24, 2018 8:35 pm

Is Fred Cadby related to Corey?

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby Bruce Terrett » Sat Mar 24, 2018 9:21 pm

Mgt wrote:Is Fred Cadby related to Corey?

Fred is Corey's Dad, I think?

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby Mgt » Sat Mar 24, 2018 9:30 pm

Bruce Terrett wrote:
Mgt wrote:Is Fred Cadby related to Corey?

Fred is Corey's Dad, I think?


Thanks! Must have been a weird last 16 match then.

I remember the Huybrechts' brothers match at the WC a couple of years ago having an awkward vibe. I suppose a father son match could be weirder still.

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby The Jolly Man » Sat Mar 24, 2018 10:03 pm

Mgt wrote:
Bruce Terrett wrote:
Mgt wrote:Is Fred Cadby related to Corey?

Fred is Corey's Dad, I think?


Thanks! Must have been a weird last 16 match then.

I remember the Huybrechts' brothers match at the WC a couple of years ago having an awkward vibe. I suppose a father son match could be weirder still.

Just found something that references Fred Cadby as former Aussie no.2 and used to tour with Whitlock. Not sure how far back that dates.

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby The Jolly Man » Sun Mar 25, 2018 10:39 pm

Third and final event of weekend no.2 saw 70 players in attendance

Mal Cuming defeated James Bailey 6-5 to takeout the final day of the Harrows Pro Tour in Seaford Victoria

Final
Mal Cuming 6-5 James Bailey

Top 4
Tim Pusey v Mal Cuming
Raymond Smith v James Bailey

Top 8
Tim Pusey 6-2 Steve Macarthur
Mick Cassar 3-6 Mal Cuming
Corey Cadby 3-6 Raymond Smith
Lucas Cameron 2-6 James Bailey

Top 16
Adrian McDevitt 4-6 Tim Pusey
Laurie Loch 2-6 Steve Macarthur
Mick Cassar 6-2 Tremaine Gallagher
Mal Cuming 6-1 Kerry Allen
Brad Thorp 2-6 Corey Cadby
Gordon-Glen Mathers 2-6 Raymond Smith
Lucas Cameron 6-1 Leigh Giblin
James Bailey 6-3 John Bunyard

Top 32
Rhys Mathewson 2-4 Adrian McDevitt
Tim Pusey 4-1 Steve Powell
Dean Gibbs 1-4 Laurie Loch
Ryan Lynch 0-4 Steve Macarthur
Mick Cassar 4-0 Kevin McCarthy
Tremaine Gallagher 4-1 Jeff Hutcheon
Mal Cuming 4-0 Steve Fitzpatrick
Dale Burton Pye 1-4 Kerry Allen
Andrew Meiselbach 1-4 Brad Thorp
Mick Lacey 0-4 Corey Cadby
Gordon-Glen Mathers 4-0 Greg Walsh
Raymond Smith 4-1 Raymond O’Donnell
Fred Cadby 2-4 Lucas Cameron
Leigh Giblin 4-2 Jamie Brown
James Bailey 4-3 Steve Duke Snr.
John Bunyard 4-1 John Riley

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby The Jolly Man » Sun Mar 25, 2018 10:42 pm

2018 Pro Tour Rankings




1 Raymond Smith 68 $3,500
1 Steve MacArthur 68 $2,500
3 James Bailey 65 $3,825
4 Tim Pusey 53 $1,475
5 Gordon Glen Mathers 44 $1,050
6 Corey Cadby 40 $1,900
7 Lucas Cameron 26 $500
7 Raymond O’Donnell 26 $350
9 Mal Cuming 25 $1,575
10 Rhys Mathewson 22 $300
11 Tahuna Irwin 20 $400
11 Loz Ryder 20 $250
13 Steve Powell 19 $425
14 John Riley 18 $400
15 Justin Thompson 17 $375
15 Tremaine Gallagher 17 $225
17 Scott Johnson 16 $350
17 Michael Casser 16 $200
17 Tyler Fitch 16 $200
20 Ryan Lynch 15 $375
21 Kerry Allen 13 $175
22 Adrian McDevitt 10 $150
22 Bill Aitken 10 $150
22 Mike Bonser 10 $150
22 Steve Fitzpatruck 10 $150
22 Tic Bridge 10 $150

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby Minty26 » Tue Mar 27, 2018 5:17 pm

Fred is Coreys da alright, also former Aussie no.2 as far as I know.

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby DavidB » Tue Mar 27, 2018 9:22 pm

Would be nice to see Raymond Smith at WSOD events, he impressed at Winmau and Lakeside the other year and has a great walk on!!!

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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby ssjsa » Wed Mar 28, 2018 10:19 pm

COREY CADBY was amongst the winners on the second weekend of the DartPlayers Australia's 2018 Pro Tour series in Victoria.

UK Open finalist Cadby is back in Australia at present having celebrated his marriage to partner Breana on March 18.

The former World Youth Champion took the opportunity to compete in the DPA weekend in Seaford, taking victory in Friday's Event Four and also reaching Saturday's semi-finals and Sunday's quarter-finals.

Cadby overcame Gordon Mathers in Friday's final, also also overcame former World Series of Darts qualifier Clinton Bridge and his father Fred during the event.

Raymond Smith was the winner of Saturday's Event Five, seeing off Cadby 6-5 in the semi-finals before overcoming Steve Macarthur 6-4 in the decider.

Mal Cuming was Sunday's Event Six winner as he defeated James Bailey in a deciding leg in the final.

The weekend was a successful one for former World Championship qualifier Macarthur, who reached one final, one semi-final and a quarter-final.

The next DPA Harrows Pro Tour weekend will be held from April 13-15 at the Warilla Bowls & Recreation Club in NSW. For more information, please visit www.dartplayersaustralia.com.

DPA Harrows Pro Tour
Seaford Hotel, Seaford, Victoria
Event Four
Friday March 23
Quarter-Finals
Gordon Mathers def Tyler Fitch
Steve Macarthur def Stuart Coburn
Corey Cadby def Tic Bridge
Tim Pusel def Raymond O'Donnell

Semi-Finals
Gordon Mathers def Steve Macarthur
Corey Cadby def Tim Pusey

Final
Corey Cadby def Gordon Mathers

Event Five
Saturday March 24
Quarter-Finals
Raymond Smith 6-0 Raymond O'Donnell
Corey Cadby 6-4 Steve Fitzpatrick
Lucas Cameron 6-5 Rhys Mathewson
Steve Macarthur 6-4 Lawrence Ryder

Semi-Finals
Raymond Smith 6-5 Corey Cadby
Steve Macarthur 6-5 Lucas Cameron

Final
Raymond Smith 6-4 Steve Macarthur

Event Six
Sunday March 25
Quarter-Finals
Tim Pusey 6-2 Steve Macarthur
Mal Cuming 6-3 Mick Cassar
Raymond Smith 6-3 Corey Cadby
James Bailey 6-2 Lucas Cameron

Semi-Finals
Mal Cuming def Tim Pusey
James Bailey def Raymond Smith

Final
Mal Cuming 6-5 James Bailey
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Re: DartPlayers Australia 2018

Postby Paddy McGinty » Thu Mar 29, 2018 8:26 am

The Australian's weapon of choice.......

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