England Open triumph moves Geert de Vos up to sixth in BDO rolling rankings

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

RACE TO THE MATCHPLAY: James Wilson among five players set to make debuts at Blackpool next month

By Alex Moss
20 JUNE 2017 • 8:30PM

James Wilson, Cristo Reyes, Steve West, Christian Kist and Rob Cross are all in line to make their debuts at the BetVictor World Matchplay next month.

With four events to go before the cut off for this year’s event, the quintet are all well placed to qualify through the Pro Tour Order of Merit.

The leading 16 players on the Pro Tour Order of Merit, who are outside of the top 16 of the main PDC Order of Merit, following Players Championship 16 on July 9 will be guaranteed places in this year’s World Matchplay.

Spain’s Reyes, who pushed world number one Michael van Gerwen close in the William Hill World Darts Championship last December, has yet to grace the Winter Gardens stage since joining the PDC circuit in 2015.

But the Spaniard, currently ranked 30th on the PDC Order of Merit, is set to be the fifth of 16 qualifiers from the Pro Tour Order of Merit.

In-form Cross has enjoyed a remarkable start to life on the main PDC circuit this year and has already won two Players Championship titles in 2017.

Already on the brink of breaking into the PDC’s top 50, world number 51 Cross is set to make his World Matchplay debut as the sixth qualifier from the Pro Tour Order of Merit.

West is likely to be another Blackpool debutant this year, with the world number 39 having enjoyed runs to finals, semi-finals and quarter-finals on the Pro Tour during the last 12 months.

The 42-year-old made a memorable debut in the World Grand Prix last year, knocking out 16-time world champion Phil Taylor in the first round, and he will be hoping to make his mark in Blackpool next month.

Former BDO number one Wilson is also on the cusp of a place at the Winter Gardens, and is currently set to be the 11th player to qualify through the Pro Tour Order of Merit.

Wilson finished 2016 strongly, making a final as well as several other semi-finals and quarter-finals on the Players Championship circuit to qualify for the World Grand Prix and World Championship.

And now he appears to be on course to make his debut at another PDC major this summer, with a recent semi-final on the Pro Tour further enhancing his chances of qualifying for the World Matchplay.

Former BDO world champion Kist is the fifth player who looks set to be playing in the World Matchplay for the first time this year.

The Dutchman reached the final of Players Championship 17 at the back end of last season and has since continued to pick up prize money in the floor events.

PDC Order of Merit (Only top 16 qualify) (as of June 18, 2017)

Pos  Player Prize Money
1 Michael van Gerwen £1,720,250
2 Gary Anderson £759,000
3 Peter Wright £666,000
4 Adrian Lewis £389,500
5 James Wade £370,000
6 Dave Chisnall £362,000
7 Mensur Suljovic £342,500
8 Phil Taylor £324,250
9 Jelle Klaasen £322,500
10 Raymond van Barneveld £319,500
11 Michael Smith £299,500
12 Kim Huybrechts £289,500
13 Ian White £288,750
14 Robert Thornton £277,750
15 Benito van de Pas £264,000
16 Simon Whitlock £249,250
17 Daryl Gurney £236,500
18 Gerwyn Price £236,250
19 Alan Norris £233,750
20 Mervyn King £175,500

PDC Pro Tour Order of Merit (Excluding players already in the top 16 of the PDC Order of Merit) (Only top 16 qualify) (as of June 18, 2017)

Pos  Player Prize Money
1 Alan Norris £74,000
2 Daryl Gurney £72,750
3 Gerwyn Price £59,000
4 Joe Cullen £57,250
5 Cristo Reyes £55,000
6 Rob Cross £54,750
7 Stephen Bunting £50,000
8 Mervyn King £47,500
9 Steve Beaton £47,000
10 Steve West £41,750
11 James Wilson £41,250
12 Kyle Anderson £38,250
13 Christian Kist £33,500
14 Darren Webster £33,250
15 Ronny Huybrechts £31,500
16 John Henderson £30,750
17 Justin Pipe £30,000
18 Chris Dobey £29,750
19 Jonny Clayton £29,500
20 Robbie Green £29,000

WORLD SERIES RANKINGS: Gary Anderson leads the way after retaining title in Dubai

By Alex Moss
26 MAY 2017 • 8:04AM

Gary Anderson has taken an early lead at the top of the World Series of Darts rankings, following his win in Dubai yesterday.

The Scot averaged close to 111 as he defeated Michael van Gerwen 11-7 in the final of the Dubai Duty Free Darts Masters, retaining the title he won 12 months ago.

The two Dubai finalists are positioned one and two in the rankings, while runs to the semi-finals for Peter Wright and World Series debutant Gerwyn Price see them occupy joint-third in the rankings.

Phil Taylor, Raymond van Barneveld, James Wade and Dave Chisnall all bowed out at the quarter-final stage in Dubai and share fifth spot in the rankings.

PDC World Series of Darts Rankings (as of May 26, 2017)

Pos  Player Points
1 Gary Anderson 12
2 Michael van Gerwen 8
3 Gerwyn Price 5
= Peter Wright 5
5 Dave Chisnall 3
= Phil Taylor 3
= Raymond van Barneveld 3
= James Wade 3

RACE TO THE MATCHPLAY: Jonny Clayton moves into provisional Blackpool spot after two runs to quarter-finals

By Alex Moss
22 MAY 2017 • 10:36PM

Jonny Clayton put himself in a provisional spot for the World Matchplay after a successful few days on the PDC Pro Tour at the weekend

The Welshman, who made his debut in the PDC World Championship last December, is in contention to secure a place in July’s World Matchplay for the first time.

Clayton enjoyed runs to the quarter-finals of both the Players Championship events held in Milton Keynes at the weekend, with his results pushing him into a provisional qualifying spot for the major tournament.

The qualifying criteria for the World Matchplay is set at the top 16 on the PDC Order of Merit and then the next 16 highest ranked players on the Pro Tour Order of Merit.

With just three European Tour events and four Players Championship events before the cut off, there is still plenty of time for the chasing pack to hoist themselves into a qualifying spot for the Blackpool tournament.

Darren Webster currently occupies the 16th and final spot up for grabs via the Pro Tour Order of Merit, but the Norwich thrower is only ahead of Chris Dobey on count back.

Robbie Green, Justin Pipe and John Henderson are all within £2,000 of Webster with seven events to go, while Terry Jenkins, a two-time finalist at the World Matchplay, looks set to miss out on a visit to the Winter Gardens for the first time since 2005.

The 53-year-old has not took part in any PDC ranking event since the UK Open in March, but is still only £3,250 adrift of Webster.

PDC Order of Merit (Only top 16 qualify) (as of May 21, 2017)

Pos  Player Prize Money
1 Michael van Gerwen £1,722,250
2 Gary Anderson £743,000
3 Peter Wright £674,250
4 Adrian Lewis £391,500
5 Dave Chisnall £372,250
6 James Wade £370,500
7 Mensur Suljovic £333,500
8 Jelle Klaasen £330,500
9 Phil Taylor £327,250
10 Michael Smith £321,250
11 Raymond van Barneveld £319,500
12 Kim Huybrechts £295,250
13 Ian White £291,250
14 Benito van de Pas £275,500
15 Robert Thornton £274,750
16 Simon Whitlock £255,250
17 Gerwyn Price £236,250
18 Alan Norris £233,000
19 Daryl Gurney £231,500
20 Mervyn King £178,500

PDC Pro Tour Order of Merit (Excluding players already in the top 16 of the PDC Order of Merit) (Only top 16 qualify) (as of May 21, 2017)

Pos  Player Prize Money
1 Alan Norris £72,500
2 Daryl Gurney £64,500
3 Gerwyn Price £58,500
4 Joe Cullen £52,750
5 Stephen Bunting £49,000
6 Rob Cross £48,750
7 Cristo Reyes £48,500
8 Mervyn King £44,500
9 Steve West £43,250
10 James Wilson £39,250
11 Steve Beaton £39,000
12 Kyle Anderson £38,750
13 Christian Kist £33,000
14 Ronny Huybrechts £31,000
15 Jonny Clayton £30,000
16 Darren Webster £29,250
= Chris Dobey £29,250
18 Robbie Green £28,500
19 Justin Pipe £27,500
20 John Henderson £27,250

Challenge Tour Order of Merit leader Wayne Jones on course to win back PDC tour card

By Alex Moss
16 MAY 2017 • 11:58AM

Former major finalist Wayne Jones remains on course to win back his tour card onto the main PDC circuit next season.

The 2010 European Championship runner-up dropped off the PDC tour at the end of last season, but has made an impressive start to life on the PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour in 2017.

After the third of five weekends on this year’s tour, Jones sits at the top of the Challenge Tour Order of Merit and is well placed to earn a two-year tour card onto the main PDC circuit in 2018.

The top two players on the Order of the Merit at the completion of the 20th event will earn automatic two-year tour cards, with Jones and Aaron Dyer currently occupying those coveted places after 12 of 20 events.

Luke Humphries, one of four different winners on the third weekend of the tour, is in hot pursuit of Jones and Dyer in third place.

Peter Jacques (joint 6th), Robert Rickwood (joint 6th) and Nathan Aspinall (9th) were the other event winners in Milton Keynes at the weekend, and they are all in strong positions heading into the penultimate weekend of the tour next month.

Challenge Tour Order of Merit (after 12 of 20 events) (as of May 16, 2017)

Pos  Player Prize Money
1 Wayne Jones £6,400
2 Aaron Dyer £4,950
3 Luke Humphries £3,500
4 Lee Evans £3,350
5 Mark Frost £3,300
6 Peter Jacques £3,200
= Robert Rickwood £3,200
8 Mark Dudbridge £2,950
9 Nathan Aspinall £2,850
10 Paul Milford £2,650
11 Ryan Harrington £2,600
12 Alan Tabern £2,500
13 Kevin Dowling £2,450
= Jason Wilson £2,450
15 Martin Lukeman £1,700
16 Andy Smith £1,650
17 Jason Lovett £1,600
18 Dan Read £1,550
19 Peter Hudson £1,400
= Mark Wilson £1,400
21 Peter Mitchell £1,250
22 Jay Foreman £1,200
= Charlie Jackson £1,200
= Kevin McDine £1,200
25 Barrie Bates £1,150
26 Brett Claydon £1,100
= Ian Jones £1,100
= Radoslaw Szaganski £1,100
29 James Hubbard £1,050
= Warrick Scheffer £1,050
31 Craig Gilchrist £1,000
= Stuart Kellett £1,000

See the full Challenge Tour Order of Merit here (external website)

Run to quarter-finals in Gibraltar propels James Wilson into provisional qualification for European Championship

By Alex Moss
15 MAY 2017 • 5:30PM

James Wilson moved into the qualification places for October’s Unibet European Championship following his run to the quarter-finals in Gibraltar this past weekend.

“The Jammy Dodger” reached the last eight on his debut in the televised tournament in Hasselt last year, beating home favourite Kim Huybrechts and Mervyn King, before losing out to James Wade in the quarter-finals.

Wilson’s bid to return to the tournament for a second year running got off to a bad start after he failed to qualify for the first three European Tour events this year.

A first round defeat to Jan Dekker in the European Darts Grand Prix a few weeks ago was the 45-year-old’s first taste of the European Tour in 2017.

But this past weekend Wilson enjoyed a fine run to the quarter-finals of the Gibraltar Darts Trophy, picking up wins over Dylan Duo, Huybrechts and Ian White, before being beaten 6-3 by Daryl Gurney in the last eight.

The Gibraltar Darts Trophy, the fifth of 12 events on the European Tour this season, was won by Michael Smith, who defeated Mensur Suljovic 6-4 in the final yesterday.

The victory propelled Smith into third place in the European Tour Order of Merit, while Suljovic has moved up one spot from sixth to fifth.

Beaten semi-finalist Peter Wright, a winner of three of the five European Tour events held so far in 2017, extended his lead at the top after nearest challenger Michael van Gerwen elected not to enter the tournament.

Gurney, who was the other beaten semi-finalist at the weekend, has leaped six places in the Order of Merit from 20th to 14th, and is now within £4,000 of the top eight.

European Tour Order of Merit (after five of 12 events) (as of May 15, 2017)

Pos  Player Prize Money
1 Peter Wright £85,000
2 Michael van Gerwen £49,000
3 Michael Smith £29,000
4 Jelle Klaasen £28,000
5 Mensur Suljovic £24,000
6 Benito van de Pas £21,000
7 Gerwyn Price £16,000
8 Dave Chisnall £15,000
9 Stephen Bunting £13,000
= Ian White £13,000
11 Rob Cross £12,000
= Cristo Reyes £12,000
= Simon Whitlock £12,000
14 Daryl Gurney £11,000
15 Dimitri van den Bergh £10,000
= Joe Cullen £10,000
= Kim Huybrechts £10,000
18 Krzysztof Ratajski £9,000
19 Mervyn King £8,000
20 Jan Dekker £7,000
= Darren Johnson £7,000
= Christian Kist £7,000
23 Jonny Clayton £6,000
= Alan Norris £6,000
= James Richardson £6,000
= James Wade £6,000
27 Jeffrey de Graaf £5,000
= John Henderson £5,000
= Paul Nicholson £5,000
= Mark Webster £5,000
= James Wilson £5,000
32 Kyle Anderson £4,000

See the full European Tour Order of Merit here (external website)

Scott Mitchell moves up to third in BDO rankings after Denmark Open victory

By Alex Moss
5 MAY 2017 • 9:07PM

Scott Mitchell has moved up to third in the BDO Men’s Rolling Rankings after his win in the Denmark Open at the weekend.

The 2015 BDO world champion defeated Belgium’s Andy Baetens 6-1 in the final on Saturday to win his second ranking event of 2017.

Mitchell, who was in fourth before the latest update, climbs above Jamie Hughes into third in the rankings, while Ross Montgomery has moved up two spaces from eighth to sixth.

The Scot enjoyed runs to the semi-finals of both the Denmark Open and Masters at the weekend, results which have helped him continue his recent rise up the BDO rankings.

Elsewhere, Geert de Vos and Darryl Fitton have both climbed up two spaces to seventh and eighth respectively, while Darius Labanauskas has slipped from sixth to 12th.

The Lithuanian won the Denmark Open last year, and also reached the quarter-finals of the Denmark Masters 12 months ago, but his best run this time round was to the last 16 of the Masters.

This weekend’s events include the Cleveland Extravaganza, as well as the Finnish Open and Finnish Masters, while the scheduled Floreal Open and Floreal Masters were both recently cancelled.

BDO Men’s Rolling Rankings (as of May 2, 2017)

Pos  Player Pts
1  Glen Durrant 415
2  Mark McGeeney 348
3  Scott Mitchell 345
4  Jamie Hughes 335
5  Dean Reynolds 299
6  Ross Montgomery 269
7  Geert de Vos 259
8  Darryl Fitton 258
9  Danny Noppert 257
=  Wesley Harms 257
11  Scott Waites 252
12  Darius Labanauskas 245
13  Martin Phillips 244
14  Martin Adams 243
=  Nick Kenny 243
16  Richard Veenstra 228
17  Jim Williams 209
18  Brian Dawson 195
19  James Hurrell 194
=  Wayne Warren 194
21  Willem Mandigers 188
22  Wouter Vaes 186
23  Andy Fordham 185
24  Kyle McKinstry 184
25  Conan Whitehead 180
=  Gary Robson 180
27  Andy Baetens 179
28  Tony O’Shea 158
29  Scott Baker 151
30  David Cameron 144
=  Richie Edwards 144
32  Garry Thompson 143

Premier League Prediction League Standings (after week 10)

By Love The Darts Staff
11 APRIL 2017 •10:00PM

By popular demand our prediction league has returned and will run during the 2017 Premier League season.

It is free to enter and the player with the most points at the end of the competition will win a signed UK Open Riley’s Amateur Qualifiers flyer signed by one-time participant Alex Moss!

Three points are awarded for correcting the right result and scoreline, while one point is awarded for guessing the correct result.

After Judgement Night (Week Nine), each player will have the opportunity to play a joker card during one of the weeks between 10 and 15.

Any points won during that week will be doubled with the use of the joker, but it can only be played for one week so use it wisely. If a player wants to play their joker they must specify BEFORE the evening’s play has begun. Any players with a (J) next to their name have already used their joker.

Latest Standings (after week 10)
54 – Matt’s Glory Days (@beronicamixer89)
53 – Sarah Collins. (@team_themachine) (J)
51 – Robin van Aalst (@Rva03)
48 – Rafal Beder (@RafaBeder)
47 – Jack Curtis (@jackcurtis90)
45 – James Robinson (@JRTerrier24)
44 – Darts Fan (@AmazingDart); shane wilkinson (@HarrierShane); Mike Yates #48 (@CaptMikeYates)
43 – Tom Parker (@TheColonelTP)
41 – Jabba (@jabba1892); jamie muir (@nutsack007)
40 – Andrew Devonshire (@A_Devonshire180);
39 – Richard Edwards (@ricky_edwards80)
38 – Stan (@StanTheGull)
36 – Del (@DE180Y) (J); Johnny Maher (@johnnymaher76); – (@Phenohyte180)
35 – Josh’s Dartistry (@JoshsDartistry)
32 – Domenic Belisle (@DBelisle22); Babedi Darts Tips (@dartsbybabedi); Artur Michalak (@ArturMichalak88)
30 – Matt (@mattloxston)
27 – Finlay Ferguson (@FXTWO)
26 – Warren Allsworth (@warrenallsworth); Ryan garraton (@RyanG180)
25 – Christopher Kempf (@ochepedia); Joanne Malone (@joannemalone22)
23 – Jay Bennett (@jb738559)
19 – James Denson (@OfficialDenno97); Sabine Kohler (@Koehler_Oedelum)
17 – Kev McAlpine (@Kev_McAlpine); Carl Redden (@ReddenCarl)
16 – Price Perception (@PricePerceivers)
14 – missa marshall (@jafoolee)
13 – TheWack (@TheWack180)
12 – ben1987 (@ben1987)
11 – john cpm (@cpm_john_); Scott Pirie (@Spirie501); Matt (@ycfc_matty); Carl Fletcher (@CarlyFletch)
9 – Ed (@Eddiethegoat); DazBee (@DarrenBarnard1); JP (@PPirate14500)
8 – TheRealArba (@RealArba); Luke Etheridge (@LukeEtheridge95)
6 – TheDarts Tipster (@pdcbdotips); simon (@sibbersonics); Russell Adams (@RussellJAdams7)
5 – Norbert Sinkiewicz (@NSinkiewicz); Matthew Maguire (@BobTheMelon); bryan cusack (@cusack_bryan); Mick Shabba Rooksby (@MickRooksby); liam mcclane (@liam_mcclane)
4 – ⒿⒸⓡⓔⓔ⑤⓪① ‏(@JohnnyCree); Paul Hackett (@Hackett_MUFC); Jochen Rabe (@jochenrabe); Danny McNamara (@DannyMcNamara16)
3 – Lockup Dave (@LockupTipster); Matt (@matthawk3); Darts Writer (@sportswriter94); Cush_8 (@Cush_8); Nick (@NickKaldenbach); The King (@Kieran168bb180); Jed MacPhee (@JedmacPhee)
2 – Mick Donegan (@donegan_mick); Hayden Johnson (@hjvilla95); Carl Foxton (@CarlFoxy91); TRADING TOPPS (@Kick_Topps_1999)
1 – Paul Briggs (@starman180); Dartsfan (@dartsfan7)

Raymond van Barneveld can reach 200 Premier League points with three-point haul in Dublin tonight

By Alex Moss
6 APRIL 2017 • 8:15AM

Raymond van Barneveld can become only the second player in history to reach 200 points in the Premier League when he plays twice in Dublin tonight.

The 2014 Premier League champion is currently on 197 points in the All-Time Points table for the tournament, and can reach the milestone by picking up three points from his games against Phil Taylor and James Wade this evening.

Van Barneveld has been an ever present in the Premier League since joining the PDC in 2006, and has reached the play-offs in eight of his 11 seasons in the competition so far.

The Dutchman has won his last four matches in this year’s event, beating Jelle Klaasen, Gary Anderson, Michael van Gerwen and Wade in consecutive weeks and sits in third place in the current table on 12 points.

Phil Taylor has accrued the most points in Premier League history, with the six-time winner amassing 276 points so far, while van Barneveld’s 197-point haul is the second most in the tournament’s history.

Premier League All-Time Points Table
1. Phil Taylor 276pts
2. Raymond van Barneveld 197pts
3. James Wade 130pts
4. Adrian Lewis 126pts
5. Michael van Gerwen 111pts
6, Gary Anderson 93pts
7. Peter Wright 63pts
= Simon Whitlock 63pts
9. Terry Jenkins 49pts
10. Peter Manley 42pts
11. Dave Chisnall 41pts
12. Colin Lloyd 37pts
13. Robert Thornton 30pts
14. Roland Scholten 28pts
15. John Part 26pts
16. Wayne Mardle 25pts
= Andy Hamilton 25pts
= Mervyn King 25pts
19. Ronnie Baxter 21pts
20. Dennis Priestley 13pts
21. Wes Newton 11pts
= Stephen Bunting 11pts
= Kevin Painter 11pts
24. Jelle Klaasen 9pts
25. Mark Dudbridge 8pts
26. Kim Huybrechts 7pts
27. Mark Webster 5pts
28. Michael Smith 3pts
BOLD = still in this year’s Premier League

Jeff Smith continues climb up the BDO rankings with run to semi-finals in the Virginia Beach Classic

By Alex Moss
31 MARCH 2017 • 4:11PM

Canada’s Jeff Smith continued his push towards the top 32 in the BDO Men’s Rolling Rankings with a run to the semi-finals of the Virginia Beach Classic last weekend.

The former BDO World Championship finalist was the only player from the current top 40 to take part in the tournament over in North America, and picked up 12 ranking points for getting to the last four of the event.

Smith is now up to 38th place in the Men’s Rolling Rankings, and is now just 11 points adrift of Bradley Kirk and Jeffrey Sparidaans, who are tied in 31st spot.

Smith’s ranking points have mostly come from playing in tournaments in North America, with his appearances in the World Championship and World Masters the only events away from his home continent which he has picked up ranking points in.

Reigning BDO world champion Glen Durrant remains top of the pile on 420 points, a healthy 80 points clear of Jamie Hughes in second place.

Dutch Open champion Mark McGeeney, former world champion Scott Mitchell and Welsh ace Dean Reynolds complete the current top five.

BDO Men’s Rolling Rankings (as of March 28, 2017)

Pos  Player Pts
1  Glen Durrant 420
2  Jamie Hughes 340
3  Mark McGeeney 328
4  Scott Mitchell 314
5  Dean Reynolds 299
6  Danny Noppert 267
=  Wesley Harms 267
8  Darryl Fitton 263
9  Scott Waites 257
10  Darius Labanauskas 255
=  Ross Montgomery 255
12  Martin Phillips 244
13  Nick Kenny 241
14  Martin Adams 239
15  Geert de Vos 236
16  Richard Veenstra 209
17  Jim Williams 197
18  Brian Dawson 196
=  Wouter Vaes 196
20  James Hurrell 185
21  Willem Mandigers 180
22  Conan Whitehead 178
23  Andy Fordham 176
24  Kyle McKinstry 159
25  Richie Edwards 158
26  Gary Robson 157
27  Ryan Joyce 156
28  Tony O’Shea 147
29  Martin C Atkins 146
30  Scott Baker 144
31  Bradley Kirk 140
=  Jeffrey Sparidaans 140
33  Andy Baetens 139
=  Shaun Carroll 139
35  David Cameron 136
=  Martin Atkins 136
37  Cameron Menzies 130
38  Jeff Smith 129
39  Pip Blackwell 127
40  Wayne Warren 124