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Trina Gulliver and John Walton showed once again just why they are the number.1 players in Both the WDF World and the BDO International Rankings.
Both John and Tina took the honours in the prestigious British Classic titles with a run of great games towards the end of the event to eventually take the titles of Champions, yet again.
However the Sensation of the tournament and also of the year so far is undoubtedly Hampshires 18 year old James Wade who fought his way through a tough field to meet Walton in the final and after some terrific games it took the reigning World Champion to put a stop to this youngsters run, but only after Wade had given him one or two frights did Walton emerge the winner by 2 sets to nil.
A brilliant effort on Wades part and without doubt the man of the match.

Losing semi finalists were :
Mike Veitch (Scot) and Ronnie Baxter (Eng)
Losing Quarter finalists were :
Shaun Greatbach, Wayne Mardle and Buster Ford (Eng) and Gary Anderson (Scot)

Trina came up against an old adversary in the shape of Belgiums Vicky Pruim and despite some excellant play from the Belgium girl it was not to be as Trina once again fought off all opposition to well and truly establish her position as the number 1 world ladies player.

Losing semi finalist were :
Karen Smith and Sonia Duffy (Eng)
Losing Quarter Finalists were :
Sally Smith and Nadine Bentley (Eng) Karen Krappen (Neth) Carina Ekberg (Swe)



In a competition almost totally dominated by Kiwi's it was no surprise really that the titles of Champions of New Zealand would probably go to a local.

Alan Thompson who currently holds his position in the New Zealand International line was indeed always going to be one of the favourites and he did indeed through some fine play justify this.
Thompson took to the final against fellow Kiwi Cody Harris and with a few good finishing shots combined with high scores and steady play ran out the winner, leaving Harris having to settle for second place.

Losing semi finalists :
Rob Grant and Alan Bolton
Losing Quarter finalists :
John Hereora -- Cyndrick Joyce -- Herbie Nathan -- Barry Whittaker
All New Zealand

In the Ladies event the final was between, again two local girls, Marion Morgan and Noeline Gear with Morgan getting the better of her team mate to run out the winner and lift the title of Ladies Champion.

Losing semi finalists :
Polly Thompson -- Chris Sheerin
Losing Quarter finalists :
Jannette Jonathan -- Mereana Takarua -- Jill Carson -- Selena Clemas
All New Zealand


Andy Jenkins compounded Peter Manley's final-winning woes, denying One Dart his second title in a month to become the Swiss Open champion for 2001.

Jenkins triumphed over Manley, 3 sets to 1, to follow in the footsteps of Ray Barneveld, Martin Adams, Rod Harrington, and Ronnie Baxter as Swiss Open victor.
Semi Final's Andy Jenkins beat Colin Monk 2-1 /// Peter Manley beat Nervyn King 2-0
Quarter Final's Colin Monk beat Martin Adams 2-1 /// Andy Jenkins beat Kevin Painter 2-1 /// Peter Manley beat Tony O'Shea 2-1 /// Mervyn King beat ob Taylor 2-0

In the ladies competition, Dutch-woman Francis Hoenselaar saw off the challenge of compatriot Mieke de Boer to clinch her third Swiss Open crown. Hoenslaar saw of last year's winner Crissy Howat 2-1 in the semi before taking the final match 2-0.
Semi Final's Mieke de Boer beat Kristina Korpi 2-0 /// Francis Hoenselaar beat Crissy Howat 2-1

In the non-PDC ranked pairs, Martin Adams and Mervyn King beat Erik Clarys and Tanguy Borra in the final. While Crissy Howat and Tricia Wright got the better of Trina Gulliver and singles champ Francis Hoenslaar in the ladies pairs.
The competition was given some added excitement when Belgium's Dirk Rosseel hit the nine-darter. He managed the feat during his last sixteen match against Kevin Painter, but subsequently went on to lose the contest. However, he walked away with Fr1500 Swiss.



Yet another scotish victory, hot on the heels of Bob Taylor's Finnish glory as Scotland's Gary Anderson took on the challenge of reigning Embassy Champ and last year's winner, John 'Boy' Walsh, to run out the winner and take this year's Welsh Open crown.

Anderson beat Walton 2 sets to 0 in a best of 3 encounter, having beaten compatriot Mike Vietch 2-1 in the semi-final and Darryl Fitton in the quarters.

Sweden's Carina Ekberg grabbed the ladies title the hard way. The new Welsh Open ladies champion knocked out Chrsitine Readhead and last year's winner Crissy Howat, before seeing of Debrorah Royal 3-2 in the semis and Sandra Greatbatch 3-0 in the final.

Mens Winner : Gary Anderson Scotland £1200
Runner Up : John Walton England £600
Losing Semi's : Mike Vietch Scotland £250 --- Shaun Greatbatch England £250
Quarters : Norman Flectcher England £100 -- Mike Gregory England £100 -- Darryl Fitton England £100 -- Dave Smith England £100

Ladies Winner : Carina Ekberg Sweden £600
Runner Up : Sandra Greatbatch Wales £300
Losing Semi's : Debra Royal England £150 -- Mandy Solomons England £150 --
Quarters : Crisy Howat England £75 -- Trina Gulliver England £75 -- Sharon Heafey England £75 -- Apylee Jones England £75


Mens Results down to quarter Finals :
Winner : Martin Adams Eng
Runner Up : Peter Manley Eng
Semi's Mick Brooks Eng -- Ronnie Baxter Eng
Quarters : Stefano Gaspari Bel -- Andy Jenkins Eng -- Marko Pusa Fin -- Gary Robson Eng

Ladies Results down to quarter Finals :
Winner Francis Hoenselaar Neth
Runner Up Tricia Wright Eng
Semi's : Trina Gulliver Eng -- Heike Ernst Ger
Quarters : Val Maytum Neth -- Bianka Streuch Ger -- Diana Secreve Neth -- Vicky Pruim Bel


Phil Taylor put his recent court case worries behind him with a win over Peter Manley in the final of the Quebec Open 2001 While Crissy Howatt successfully defended her crown.

MENS FINAL : Phil (The Power) Taylor defeated the defending champion, Manley, in quick order 3 sets to nil, preventing Manley from taking a single leg. “Taylor takes a 147 finish in my best leg,” Manley commented. “How can you beat that? I played well, he was just better.” Taylor was pleased with the outcome and hopes to defend his title next year: “It was a wonderful tournament. Of course it’s always wonderful when I win,”

Semi Finals: The Taylor Priestley match was brilliant to watch with both players shooting well. Taylor took a 2 sets to 1 lead and opened the 4th set with 137, 95, 99 leaving a 170 after just 9 darts. After twelve darts, Priestley was resting on 184. Taylor came to the line and stroked 60, 60 and instead of throwing the bull for the win, he hit the 10 to leave 40. One dart later, Taylor put away a 13 darter. When asked why he didn’t try for the 170 finish, Taylor commented, “I passed on the 170 finish because Dennis wasn’t on a finish.
I gave myself three darts at double on my next turn.” Taylor finished the match on the next leg to advance to the finals.
In the second semi final, Lazarenko having advanced by the narrowest of margins into the last 16 and a clean sweep in the last 8. 'One Dart' Manley, however, was not about to give up his title defense without serious effort. With match level at one set each, Manley was not as sharp on the doubles as his nick name implies. He was not Mr One Dart, but still was not imminent danger of losing. Manley just increased his scoring average to compensate for missed doubles and he went on the defeat Big Cliff 3 sets to 1.

Last Eight: Cliff Lazarenko continued with an impressive victory over Rod Harrington. Big Cliff must have gained some confidence from his match with Valcourt as he continued to put up big scores and take his out shot opportunities. Harrington was scoring well, but had to be perfect on his doubles because Lazarenko offered no quarter. Andy Jenkins had been playing very well throughout the tournament when he came up against an in form Dennis Priestley of old.
Manley and Baxter both play fast and the match was over in quick order with Manley the victor taking 3 sets to Baxter’s 1. “I went one set up and had darts to go two sets to nil, but I started missing doubles,” Baxter commented. Taylor had no trouble dispatching Stoddart 3 set to nil on the other side of the bracket to advance to the semi finals.

MENS SINGLES 501, 1st-Phil Taylor ($5,000); 2nd-Peter Manley ($2,500); T4-Dennis Priestley, Cliff Lazarenko ($1,000); T8-Ronnie Baxter, Rod Harrington, Graeme Stoddart, Andy Jenkins ($500); T16-Steve Brown, Gaston Gagne, Mick Manning, Alain Valcourt, Colin Lloyd, Bob Aldous, Paul Lim, Alan Warriner ($250); T32-Paul Williams, Garry Spedding, Dave Askew, Bob Anderson, John Lowe, Chris Bowring, Mike Gauthier, Reg Harding, Doug Scanlon, Rory Orvis, Robbie Widdows, Christian Chartrand, Keith Deller, Scott Cummings, Steve Raw, Gerry Convery ($200); T64-Darrel Hollis, Andy Fordham, Keith Wetton, Camil Bureau, Matt Clark, Peter Evison, Claude Soucy, Eric Bristow, Francisco Alvarez, Chad Hersman, Dan Lauby, David Bicknell, John Part, Mike Davidson, Carol Brossard, Darrin Park, Paul Bolduc, Avtar Gill, David Kandall, Alex Roy, Dennis Latimer, Al Hedman, Jean Guy Lemelin, Mike Reed, Ted Lawrence, Dave Jowatt, Otim Harris, Ross Snook, Bob Given, Eric Vallieries, Claude Seguin, Jamie Harvey ($75).

THE LADIES FINAL : Pitted the defending champion, Chrissy Howat, against Guylaine Levesque, the local favorite. Howat was all business on stage taking the best of 3 sets 2 nil while Levesque was unable to win a single leg. “It’s nice to retain the title, and hopefully carry on at Saskatoon next week and retain that one too,” commented Howat. “I had a tough group, but only lost one game, but still came out top of my group. I played Rani Gill in the semi finals and she gave me a good run for my money.”

In the quarter finals, Chrissy Howat defeated France Lavoie, Rani Gill defeated Tina Phillips, Catherine Sergerie beat Lise Filiatrault and Guylaine Levesque bested Tina DiGregorio. Howat, the defending champion, showed great form as she saw off Gill 2 sets to nil in the first semi final. Levesque had a bit harder time defeating Sergerie in her semi final, 2 sets to 1.

WOMENS SINGLES 501, 1st-Chrissy Howat ($950); 2nd-Guylaine Levesque ($475); T4-Rani Gill, Catherine Sergerie ($250); T8-France Lavoie, Tina Phillips, Lise Filiatrault, Tina DiGregorio ($125). MENS SINGLES 501 Consolation, 1st-Marc Asselin ($300); 2nd-Tony Sweeney ($200); T4-Jean Filiatrault, Russ Bray ($100); T8-Sabastian Gagnon, Jon Dilley, Gopinathan Loginathan, Mike Smith ($50); T16-Stephan Bergevin, Alain Dion, Jason Bernard, Norm Beaulieu, Pat Patterson, Rejean Chabot, Joe Balog, Peter Ryby ($25).