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Article: Lakeside World Professional 2018 – Live TV Schedule

Lakeside World Professional 2018 – Live TV Schedule

Saturday 6th January sees the Lakeside 2018 kick off with a field that is leaving experts pondering who will lift the famous trophy at Frimley Green. Defending Champion Glen Durrant has been vocal with his desire to defend his title off the back of an extremely impressive campaign at the Grand Slam of Darts. Huge opening clashes such as Ross Montgomery v Scott Waites and Scott Mitchell v Darius Labanauskas ensure that there will be fireworks right from the start, whilst Lisa Ashton will battle her way through an intense Ladies field in an attempt to retain her title. So if you’re ready for the action take a view on any of the channels below – Enjoy! Day Date Starts Channel Saturday 6th 12.45pm Channel 4 Saturday 6th 6.45pm BT Sport 3 Sunday 7th 12.30pm Channel 4 Sunday 7th 6.45pm BT Sport 3 Monday 8th 12.05pm Channel 4 Monday 8th 6.45pm BT Sport 1 Tuesday 9th 12.05pm Channel 4 Tuesday 9th 6.45pm BT Sport 1 Wednesday 10th 12.05pm Channel 4 Wednesday 10th 6.45pm BT Sport 1 Thursday 11th 12.05pm Channel 4 Thursday 11th 6.45pm BT Sport 1 Friday 12th 12.05pm Channel 4 Friday 12th 6.45pm BT Sport 1 Saturday 13th 2.00pm Channel 4 Saturday 13th 6.45pm BT Sport 2 Sunday 14th 4.15pm Channel 4/BT Sport Full coverage available online for Rest of the World viewers. Match Schedule (Updated at end of Session):  
Date Match Score
Saturday 6th January
Afternoon - 1.00pm
Mark McGeeney Martin Adams 3-2
Willem Mandigers Nick Kenny 3-0
Lisa Ashton Rhian Griffiths 2-0
Pengiran Mohamed Gary Robson 0-2
Evening - 7.00pm
Justin Thompson Chris Gilliland 3-2
Deta Hedman Rachna David 2-0
Joe Chaney Danny Noppert 0-3
Scott Mitchell Darius Labanauskas 3-2
Sunday 7th January
Afternoon - 1.00pm
Glen Durrant Gary Robson 3-0
Umit Uygunsozlu Chris Harris 2-3
Corrine Hammond Fallon Sherrock 1-2
Ross Montgomery Scott Waites 1-3
Evening - 7.00pm
Dennis Nilsson Jeffrey Sparidaans 3-0
Sharon Prins Maria O'Brien 2-0
Chris Landman Derk Telnekes 0-3
Wesley Harms Wayne Warren 1-3
Monday 8th January
Afternoon - 12.30pm
David Cameron Michael Unterbuchner 2-3
Craig Caldwell Daniel Day 0-3
Richie Edwards Danny Noppert 0-3
Evening - 7.00pm
Andy Baetens Scott Baker 3-2
Trina Gulliver Vicky Pruim 2-1
Dean Reynolds Chris Harris 3-1
Darryl Fitton Justin Thompson 3-2
Tuesday 9th January
Afternoon - 12.30pm
Jim Williams Dennis Nilsson 3-2
Richard Veenstra Kyle McKinstry 3-2
Aileen De Graaf Paula Jacklin 2-0
Geert de Vos Derk Telnekes 3-1
Evening - 7.00pm
Martin Phillips Daniel Day 3-1
Anastasia Dobromyslova Anca Zijlstra 2-0
Cameron Menzies Conan Whitehead 1-3
Jamie Hughes Michael Unterbuchner 2-3
Wednesday 10th January
Afternoon - 12.30pm
Andy Baetens Scott Mitchell 4-2
Lorraine Winstanley Tricia Wright 2-0
Danny Noppert Mark McGeeney 1-4
Evening - 7.00pm
Willem Mandigers Wayne Warren 2-4
Darryl Fitton Glen Durrant 1-4
Dean Reynolds Scott Waites 2-4
Thursday 11th January
Afternoon - 12.30pm
Justin Van Tergouw Killian Heffernan 3-1
Sharon Prins Deta Hedman 0-2
Jim Williams Conan Whitehead 4-3
Trina Gulliver Aileen de Graaf 2-0
Evening - 7.00pm
Fallon Sherrock Lisa Ashton 0-2
Martin Phillips Michael Unterbuchner 2-4
Anastasia Dobromylsova Lorraine Winstanley 2-0
Richard Veenstra Geert de Vos 4-0
Friday 12th January
Afternoon - 12.30pm
Scott Waites Andy Baetens 5-4
Trina Gulliver Anastasia Dobromyslova 0-2
Glen Durrant Jim Williams 5-4
Evening - 7.00pm
Deta Hedman Lisa Ashton 0-2
Richard Veenstra Michael Unterbuchner 4-5
Mark McGeeney Wayne Warren 5-4
Saturday 13th January
Afternoon 2.30pm
Lisa Ashton Anastasia Dobromyslova
Glen Durrant Scott Waites
Evening - 7.00pm Mark McGeeney Michael Unterbuchner
Sunday 14th January
4.45pm Mens Final TBC

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