Paul Lim leads the way in the annual rankings at the halfway stage of this year’s Soft Darts World Championship – The World.
The 63-year-old, who starred for Singapore in the recent World Cup of Darts, sits at the top of the pile with 114 points after the first three stages.
Lim has been in good form so far in this year’s Soft Darts World Championship, with a semi-final appearance in stage one followed by victory in stage two last month.
The veteran then made it to the quarter-finals of stage three in Taiwan this past weekend, before he was beaten by eventual winner Prussian Arceno.
Arceno’s maiden stage title success has seen him enter the rankings at 29th place, with stage three runner-up Kenichi Ajiki moving up to 16th.
Yesterday’s beaten semi-finalists Harith Lim and Cyril Blot are now ranked second and seventh respectively.
Soft Darts World Championship – The World Annual Ranking (as of 31/07/2017)
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