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Article: Crawley darts star qualifies for World Championships

Crawley darts star qualifies for World Championships

CRAWLEY Super League player Tony Ayres has made it through to the PDC World Championships at Alexandra Palace having beaten Jim Withers 5-2 in the final qualifying round at the Telford International Centre.

Ayres started the day with a 5-2 victory against Surrey^s Aaron Turner before going on to beat Tony Blundell and fellow Crawley Super League player Martin Burchell with 5-0 wins and then knocked out No.1 seed Mick McGowan 5-4.

The 2008 Three Bridges Masters will be played this Sunday, December 14, and features 16 of the best players from the south-east of the country along with the 2008 BDO World Championships runner-up Simon Whitlock.

More than 700 pounds in prize money is on offer with the winner of the knockout competition will receive £250, the runner-up £125, semi-finalists £60, quarter-finalists £30 and first round losers £15.

Play begins at 1pm. A 1001 one leg open knockout competition precedes the main event with entries closing at 10.30am for an 11am start.


Story By: Crawley Observer

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