Project darts youth championship qualifier
Jordan Matthews from Cleveland looked amazing as he swept aside all before him and also hit a 9 dart finish in his game against Ryan Sullivan in the last 16 before winning comfy to make the las8 and record a 4-0 victory to book his place in the final.Lewis Cracknell from Kent at 15yo knocked out 3 county A players before going through 4-1 while recording a 90 average.Jordan Lister from Rotherham never looked fazed by the big competition as he breezed through to the final beating Yorkshire classic champion Cameron Hinchliffe along the way.Tom Sawford rattled off 9 consecutive sub 15 dart legs to make the last 8 before going through 4-3 againsts hulls tommy lishman to book the last spot.
Jordan Lister and Tom Sawford
Lewis Cracknell and 9dart hero Jordan Mathews
Super Johnson continued his terrific form as he became the Leeds Open champion at the stylish and posh venue beating off a high level field which included some of the noths top players.He would see off Greg Beard the former Olympic shot putter,Yorkshire star Terry Temple and SDM champion Bob Pinder before getting the better of Pete Jacques 5-1 in the final
Ref Pat Meeson,Pete Jacques and Darren Johnson
Deano makes his way to the Project United finals
dean Stewart looked a class apart as he won through to the Project united finals this week and was joined by Wes Smith and two youngsters Max Roberts from Nottinghsm and Josh Thompson from Rotherham as all four men look forward now to life on the PDC circuit.
wes Smith,Max Roberts,Josh Thompson and dean Stewart