By Alex Moss
23 JUNE 2017 • 8:20AM

Geert de Vos has moved up to joint sixth in the BDO Men’s Rolling Rankings following his victory at the England Open last weekend.

The Belgian picked up 49 ranking points for his victory in Selsey, which helped him climb up from ninth to sixth, level with Wesley Harms in the latest standings.

Scott Mitchell was the other men’s winner from Selsey, beating Paul Hogan in the final of the England National Championships.

The former Lakeside champion remains in fourth spot, but is in hot pursuit of Jamie Hughes in third, with the gap between the two now standing at 29 points.

BDO number one Glen Durrant suffered a disappointing weekend in Selsey, with the reigning Lakeside champion bowing out early in both competitions.

Durrant went in to the weekend as the defending England Open champion and, coupled with second-ranked Mark McGeeney’s run to the England Open final this year, he has seen his lead at the top cut to just 24 points.

Lower down the rankings, Northern Ireland’s Kyle McKinstry has broken into the top 16 after his run to the quarter-finals of the England Open, while England National Championship runner-up Hogan has climbed up from 80th to 54th.

BDO Men’s Rolling Rankings (as of June 20, 2017)

Pos  Player Pts
1 Glen Durrant 398
2 Mark McGeeney 374
3 Jamie Hughes 321
4 Scott Mitchell 292
5 Ross Montgomery 282
6 Geert de Vos 278
= Wesley Harms 278
8 Dean Reynolds 266
9 Danny Noppert 251
10 Richard Veenstra 247
11 Martin Phillips 239
12 Darius Labanauskas 238
13 Nick Kenny 230
14 Martin Adams 225
= Scott Waites 225
16 Darryl Fitton 223
= Kyle McKinstry 223
18 Jim Willams 219
19 Willem Mandigers 215
20 James Hurrell 207
21 Scott Baker 205
22 Cameron Menzies 193
23 Andy Baetens 191
24 Andy Fordham 184
25 Conan Whitehead 182
26 Gary Robson 172
27 Wouter Vaes 171
28 Daniel Day 168
29 Brian Dawson 158
= Wayne Warren 158
31 Jeff Smith 157
32 Richie Edwards 149

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