2014 PDC Qualifying School Day Four

January 18 2014

THE final day of the PDC's 2014 Qualifying School saw Steve West, Nigel Heydon, Joe Murnan and Jason Hogg all win automatic PDC Tour Cards, while further stars including Holland's Christian Kist and Austrian pair Zoran Lerchbacher and Rowby-John Rodriguez will also join the PDC circuit this year.

The 2014 Qualifying School has seen 360 players competing for places on the PDC's ProTour and Challenge Tour circuits across four days of action in Wigan.

With four players per day winning an automatic Tour Card, West, Heydon, Murnan and Hogg completed the series of 16 players to secure their spot on the ProTour outright.

They will be joined by 24 players from the Q School Order of Merit, which is based on ranking points won by other players across the four days, with the standings headed by experienced Brian Woods but also containing several new faces.

However, Saturday's four automatic Tour Card winners all had at least one year's experience on the PDC circuit, with both Steve West and Nigel Heydon overcoming medical issues to win back their professional status.

A five-time Lakeside Championship qualifier, West had won a Tour Card alongside brother Tony at Qualifying School two years ago but had major hip surgery in October 2012 before returning to the circuit last February.

"I had to have a hip replacement and a bone graft and it's not been easy for me, but I'm getting back there now," he added. "I've had to change my action a bit as I stand more straight-on now.

"It's nothing too dramatic but it's a different feeling at the oche - fortunately it's a good feeling!"


West had been facing the prospect of dropping down to play on the PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour after he had been defeated in the first round on the previous three days in Wigan.

However, the 38-year-old from Waltham Abbey regained the form which had taken him to the last 16 of the 2013 UK Open as he swept through the field on Saturday to regain his Tour Card.

He defeated Sandy Stephen, Jack Hill, Mike Norton in his opening three games before edging out Robert Turner 5-4 in the last 32, before defeating Vernon Sheppard 5-2 to set up a decider with Holland's Mareno Michels, which he won 5-3.

"I was really down in the dumps on Friday but the feeling couldn't be any more different now - I'm so happy," said West, whose Dutch-based brother Tony also lost his Tour Card at the end of 2013 but is set to compete in European Tour events this year.

"I was under a lot of pressure having left it to the final day, but I've got through it and it's so hard coming to Qualifying School because there are so many players who you don't know who can play great darts and you're never sure what to expect.

"The quality's so high now, so I'm very proud and I can look forward to this year now."


Leamington Spa's Heydon, meanwhile, has had to adapt his throwing style after his previous position, which saw him leaning heavily forward, had led to back problems.

The 43-year-old has also had to get used to throwing with glasses in the past 18 months as his form dipped, but he showed signs of the form which has seen him qualify for two World Championships, the Grand Slam of Darts and five UK Opens in securing his Tour Card.

He opened the day with a whitewash of Roy Lowe, and defeated Dave Honey, Alan Derrett, Brett Claydon and Ryan Palmer for the loss of only five legs in four games, before another 5-0 win, against Sleaford's Scottish-born Stuart Anderson, sealed his progression.

"It was very different being in Q School and it's been very hard work for the past four days," admitted Heydon, who is nicknamed "The Undertaker".

"I played so well on the first day but lost to Kist, and I thought that was going to be my day, and I had a couple of tough draws on the next two days, but today I did the job.

"It means so much to me because I didn't want to drop down to playing on the Challenge Tour, but I've proven that I can still do it.

"I'll keep persevering and I can start afresh now. It's taken me a year to get used to the glasses and to throwing differently, but I'll keep working on my game and I'm getting there."


Bolton's Joe Murnan also secured his third year as a Tour Card professional as he defeated Austria's Zoran Lerchbacher 5-1 in their decider.

The 30-year-old, who has reached the last 32 one in his two previous UK Open appearances, also defeated Scott Johnson, Shane Edwards, Tony Richardson, Glenn Spearing and Hong Kong's Scott MacKenzie on Saturday, and said: "I'm delighted.

"I've been fairly consistent across the four days but there was still pressure coming into the fourth day because I didn't have enough points for a Tour Card.

"The last couple of years have toughened me up and I'm not worried about playing any player now, whereas it was a bit overwhelming at first, so hopefully I can have a good year.

"I'm more settled and looking to have a big year - but I'm going to celebrate first by going to my son's eighth birthday party!"


Aberdeen's Jason Hogg continued his success at Wigan's Robin Park Tennis Centre as he won through to claim an automatic Tour Card - having qualified for last June's UK Open by reaching the quarter-finals and semi-finals of qualifying events at the venue last year.

Hogg had competed in 2013 as a PDPA Associate Member after missing out on a Tour Card at Q School, but went all the way this time.

Having opened Saturday's play with a 5-4 win over Stephen Gallimore, he then defeated John Crossley and John Goldie before being pushed all the way by Gibraltar's Dyson Parody.

He then overcame Michael Barnard 5-3 in the last 16 before a 5-2 win over Mick Todd secured an automatic Tour Card.

"It's a very happy place for me and I'm glad Q School was in Wigan!" he said. "I've had success here before and winning a Tour Card is what I came here to do this time, so I'm really happy to have achieved it.

"It got a bit stressful as the days went on, but I showed that I can handle it and I kept focused and kept my head.

"I love to play the top players and it's great that I'll get the chance to do that week-in, week-out now. I want to get more and more experience and I'm really excited about the year."


Hogg's achievement means that he joins another Aberdeen-based ace, John Henderson, on the PDC ProTour, while Lanarkshire's Gary Stone won a Tour Card 24 hours earlier.

And with three Scottish players - Peter Wright, Robert Thornton and Gary Anderson, competing in Premier League Darts, Hogg added: "It's a great time for Scottish darts at the moment.

"The sport's getting bigger in Scotland and a lot more players are giving it a shot now, so I'll be in good company on the circuit."


Cumbrian-born Woods, now based in Aberdeen, had reached the last eight in the first two days and topped the final Q School Order of Merit as he won back his PDC Tour Card.

Austria's Lerchbacher, who made his World Championship debut last month, finished tied in second place with Mick Todd, Pete Dyos and the Isle of Wight's Keegan Brown.

Oxfordshire pair Stuart White and Ian Moss - who also qualified for the World Championship last month - were further Tour Card winners from the Q School Order of Merit, with Somerset's Steve Grubb, former Lakeside Champion Christian Kist and Austrian teenager Rowby-John Rodriguez also picking up 14 points.

Other Tour Card winners from the rankings were Derbyshire's Scottish-born Jim Walker, Scunthorpe's Dave Ladley, Holland's Mareno Michels, Scottish pair Mark Barilli and Jamie Bain, Romford's Michael Barnard, County Durham's David Dodds, Coventry's Steve Hine, York's Terry Temple, Sleaford duo Ross Twell and Stuart Anderson, Gillingham's Conan Whitehead, Swindon's Mark Cox and Irish ace William O'Connor.

Cheshire's Stuart Bousfield and Holland's Joey ten Berge missed out on a Tour Card through a count-back of points won throughout the event, but will be the first PDPA Associate Members in line to top up the field for 128-player Players Championships during 2014.

Players who missed out a PDC Tour Card now assume PDPA Associate Member status, meaning that they will compete in the PDC's new 16-event PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour, which offers £10,000 prize money per tournament.

Associate Members will also be able to enter the six UK Open Qualifiers, the qualifying events for all eight European Tour events during the year and the PDPA World Championship Qualifiers, as well as topping up the field for Players Championship events should all Tour Card Holders not enter.

2014 PDC Qualifying School
Day Four - January 18 2014
Preliminary Round
(Last 512)
Steve Douglas 5-1 Simon Cassidy
Matthew Edgar 5-2 Gaz Cousins
Paul Osmotherley 5-4 Mark Jones (W Mids)
Stuart Anderson 5-0 Steve Randall
Alex Roy 5-1 Barrie Bates
Brian Lewis 5-2 Jeremy Morgan
Hermie van Orsouw 5-0 Lee Grimshaw
Davyd Venken 5-0 Darren Burksfield
Keith Rooney 5-2 Par Riihonen
Colin Rice 5-3 Jon Jukes
Stephen Hardy 5-1 Darren Mawer
Alan Tabern 5-1 Mathew Dicken
Tim Martin 5-1 Chris Mason
Dave Honey 5-4 Lee Holden
Eric van Meel 5-1 Laurie Selby
Eduardo Sales Lopez 5-3 Jake Patchett
Danny Pinhorne 5-4 Sion Thomas
Alan Tabern Jnr 5-2 Kevin Lane
Mike Norton 5-1 Andy Relf
Simon Burt 5-3 Paul Anthony
Michael Bushby 5-0 Jason Murphy
Jamie Atkins 5-0 Terry Roach
Matthew Dennant 5-3 Leo Hendriks
John Brammeld 5-0 Raymond Balbach
Mark Flawn 5-3 Frankie Ansell
Nathan Richards 5-0 Lawrence Dixon
Richard Ludlow 5-1 Darren Williams
Mareno Michels 5-4 Dan Dean
Phil Henshaw 5-2 Richard Baillie
Mark Hylton 5-2 Ross Twell
William O'Connor 5-4 Jason Lovett
Danny De Haas 5-2 Alex Low
Karl Merchant 5-0 Paul Hodkin
Shane Edwards 5-1 Peter Manley
Ben Gaiter 5-4 Jeffrey Bekema
Prakash Jiwa 5-4 Stuart Gilmour
Mark Lawrence 5-4 Christian Kist
Rowby-John Rodriguez 5-4 Ian McFarlane
Lee Frost 5-1 Marcel Hirzel
Rees Hall 5-4 Michael Beal
Lee Palfreyman 5-1 Dan Read
Richard Denis 5-4 Matt Clark
Jamie Robinson 5-1 Daniel Day
Paul Rowley 5-1 Michael Stevens
Dave Harper 5-2 Adam Thomas
Danny Summers 5-0 Kevin Bambrick
Andrew Johnson 5-0 Arron Wike
Paul Redfern 5-3 Philip Wathan
John Goldie 5-0 Alan Reilly
Jay Foreman 5-3 Joe Heywood
Pete Dyos 5-0 Lee Cushworth
Scott Hudson 5-4 Luke Woodhouse
Steve Grubb 5-3 Paul Barham
Barry Lynn 5-0 Rob Commerford
Martin Bowley 5-1 Steve Cupitt
Scott Coleman 5-1 Anthony Wort
John Burgess 5-1 Paul Harsant

First Round (Last 256)
Steve Hine 5-1 Gary Eastwood
Mark Barilli 5-1 Michael Waterworth
Mark Forman 5-2 Bradley Williams
Steve Douglas 5-4 Matthew Edgar
Liam Fox 5-0 Steve McNally
Paul Carter 5-3 Robert Fuller
John Ferrell 5-1 Steven Mead
Stuart Anderson 5-3 Paul Osmotherley
Ad Verhoeks 5-3 Lee Moffat
Sam Hamilton 5-1 Craig Pope
Adrian Gray 5-3 Richie Howson
Alex Roy 5-2 Brian Lewis
Trevor Burkhill 5-3 Adam Smith-Neale
Jim Walker 5-1 Paul Smith
Jamie Landon 5-1 Lance Hackett
Davyd Venken 5-1 Hermie van Orsouw
Ben Davies 5-3 Steve Rumble
Ryan Palmer 5-4 Joe Bata
Darren Whittingham 5-0 Peter Gallacher
Colin Rice 5-4 Keith Rooney
Kurt Parry 5-1 Peter Nightingale
Ian Dargan 5-0 Joshua Tunnicliffe
John Scott 5-1 Malcolm Smallshaw
Alan Tabern 5-4 Stephen Hardy
Alan Derrett 5-1 Keegan Brown
Reece Robinson 5-0 Michael Uxa
Nigel Heydon 5-0 Roy Lowe
Dave Honey 5-3 Tim Martin
Dylan Duo 5-2 Craig Mansell
Sean Ryan 5-3 Curtis Hammond
Simon Pratt 5-4 Michael Harrison
Brett Claydon 5-3 Eric van Meel
Dave Ladley 5-0 Wayne Atwood
Robert Turner 5-1 Jeff Batham
Brian Woods 5-0 Gavin Baker
Eduardo Sales Lopez 5-3 Danny Pinhorne
Steve West 5-2 Sandy Stephen
Jack Hill 5-0 Michael Wilson
James Bevan 5-4 Andy Pearson
Mike Norton 5-2 Alan Tabern Jnr
David Murphy 5-0 Kristen Bircher
Brandon Walsh 5-4 Tony Tasker
Joe Lacey 5-0 Daniel Astbury
Simon Burt 5-3 Michael Bushby
Vernon Sheppard 5-1 Mick Bushby
Stuart Holden 5-1 Kevin Thomas
Oliver Stell 5-0 Peter Lock
Matthew Dennant 5-3 Jamie Atkins
Terry Temple 5-1 Andy Hutchings
Shaun Griffiths 5-3 Ian Lever
Andy Pearce 5-3 Kentaro Suzuki
Mark Flawn 5-0 John Brammeld
Mark Stephenson 5-2 Maurice Whelan
Conan Whitehead 5-1 Andrew Halls
Darren Weaver 5-0 Mike Nott
Richard Ludlow 5-2 Nathan Richards
Martin Homer 5-0 Greg Dickinson
Jack Tweddell 5-2 Lee Martin
Richard van Zijtveld 5-3 Martin Perring
Mareno Michels 5-3 Paul Lennon
Wilfried Hoberg 5-2 Steve Perkins
Ewan Hyslop 5-0 Nick Paenen
Leon De Geus 5-2 Nigel Birch
Phil Henshaw 5-2 Tony Baker
John Newland 5-4 Tony Cole
Ron Meulenkamp 5-0 Dave Weston
Scott MacKenzie 5-0 Damien Sherwood
William O'Connor 5-4 Mark Hylton
David Dodds 5-0 Mark Wilson
John Trembeth 5-4 Michael Rasztovits
Carlos Rodriguez 5-0 Peter Roebuck
Danny De Haas 5-4 Karl Merchant
Tony Richardson 5-3 Jonathan Worsley 
Colin Fowler 5-2 Philip Milburn
Joe Murnan 5-0 Scott Johnson
Shane Edwards 5-0 Ben Gaiter
Glenn Spearing 5-2 Ben Songhurst
Peter Walford 5-0 Jamie Guilfoyle
Wayne Dunn 5-3 Karsten Kornath
Mark Lawrence 5-1 Prakash Jiwa
Shaun Littler 5-2 Nicholas Bloor
Manuel Croskery 5-3 Dave Kelly
Zoran Lerchbacher 5-1 Carl Sparrow
Rowby-John Rodriguez 5-1 Lee Frost
Paul Palmer 5-2 Graham Kurle
Ian Moss 5-3 Steve Haggerty
Jaron Esteve 5-1 Glyn Thomas
Lee Palfreyman 5-1 Rees Hall
Steve Maish 5-3 Lewis McGurn
Darron Brown 5-0 Michael Burgoine
Mark Cox 5-0 Nathan Derry
Jamie Bain 5-1 Richard Denis
Kevin Voornhout 5-0 Vincent Tipple
Wayne Thomas 5-2 Jason Wilson
Andrew Howarth 5-3 Harry Lane
Dave Place 5-2 Jamie Robinson
Michael Barnard 5-2 Barry Tyler
Max Hopp 5-4 Stuart White
Wayne Pepper 5-4 Krit Middleton
Paul Rowley 5-0 Dave Harper
Mark Frost 5-0 Curtis Bagley
Mike Gorst 5-0 Daren Barber
Tony Stone 5-4 Jamie Gemmell
Danny Summers 5-0 Andrew Johnson
Jason Hogg 5-4 Stephen Gallimore
John Crossley 5-4 Martin Carvill
Lee Whitworth 5-4 Shaun Narain
John Goldie 5-1 Paul Redfern
Garry Spedding 5-2 Michael Blake
Dyson Parody 5-0 Ryan Herrington
Doug Thompson 5-4 Keith J Stephen
Pete Dyos 5-3 Jay Foreman
Aden Kirk 5-0 Colin Feeley
Ryan Harrington 5-3 Steven Lippett
Dimitri van den Bergh 5-0 Stuart Stubbs
Steve Grubb 5-1 Scott Hudson
Dick van Dijk 5-0 Sam Hill
Steve Evans 5-1 Geoff Heath
Nathan Aspinall 5-1 Ashley Holgate
Barry Lynn 5-4 Martin Bowley
Mick Todd 5-0 Joshua Priestley
Trevor Williams 5-3 Andy Bless
Geoff Whitworth 5-0 Lee Hunter
Scott Coleman 5-2 Robbie Parker
Rocco Maes 5-0 Mark Breakspear
Ricky Sudale 5-3 Jay Walford
Stuart Bousfield 5-2 Adrian Daniels
John Burgess 5-4 Bernd Roith

Second Round (Last 128)
Steve Hine 5-4 Mark Barilli
Mark Forman 5-0 Steve Douglas
Liam Fox 5-4 Paul Carter
Stuart Anderson 5-4 John Ferrell
Sam Hamilton 5-0 Ad Verhoeks
Alex Roy 5-3 Adrian Gray
Jim Walker 5-1 Trevor Burkhill
Jamie Landon 5-3 Davyd Venken
Ryan Palmer 5-4 Ben Davies
Colin Rice 5-3 Darren Whittingham
Kurt Parry 5-2 Ian Dargan
John Scott 5-4 Alan Tabern
Alan Derrett 5-3 Reece Robinson
Nigel Heydon 5-2 Dave Honey
Dylan Duo 5-2 Sean Ryan
Brett Claydon 5-3 Simon Pratt
Robert Turner 5-4 Dave Ladley
Brian Woods 5-0 Eduardo Sales Lopez
Steve West 5-1 Jack Hill
Mike Norton 5-4 James Bevan
Brandon Walsh 5-3 David Murphy
Joe Lacey 5-2 Simon Burt
Vernon Sheppard 5-3 Stuart Holden
Matthew Dennant 5-4 Oliver Stell
Terry Temple 5-4 Shaun Griffiths
Andy Pearce 5-2 Mark Flawn
Conan Whitehead 5-4 Mark Stephenson
Darren Weaver 5-3 Richard Ludlow
Jack Tweddell 5-2 Martin Homer
Mareno Michels 5-2 Richard van Zijtveld
Ewan Hyslop 5-3 Wilfried Hoberg
Phil Henshaw 5-2 Leon De Geus
Ron Meulenkamp 5-3 John Newland
Scott MacKenzie 5-4 William O'Connor
David Dodds 5-1 John Trembeth
Danny De Haas 5-0 Carlos Rodriguez
Tony Richardson 5-3 Colin Fowler
Joe Murnan 5-3 Shane Edwards
Glenn Spearing 5-3 Peter Walford
Mark Lawrence 5-1 Wayne Dunn
Shaun Littler 5-4 Manuel Croskery
Zoran Lerchbacher 5-2 Rowby-John Rodriguez
Ian Moss 5-0 Paul Palmer
Jaron Esteve 5-1 Lee Palfreyman
Steve Maish 5-4 Darron Brown
Mark Cox 5-0 Jamie Bain
Kevin Voornhout 5-3 Wayne Thomas
Dave Place 5-2 Andrew Howarth
Michael Barnard 5-3 Max Hopp
Wayne Pepper 5-4 Paul Rowley
Mark Frost 5-2 Mike Gorst
Tony Stone 5-1 Danny Summers
Jason Hogg 5-2 John Crossley
John Goldie 5-3 Lee Whitworth
Dyson Parody 5-4 Garry Spedding
Pete Dyos 5-3 Doug Thompson
Aden Kirk 5-3 Ryan Harrington
Steve Grubb 5-3 Dimitri van den Bergh
Dick van Dijk 5-4 Steve Evans
Nathan Aspinall 5-3 Barry Lynn
Mick Todd 5-0 Trevor Williams
Geoff Whitworth 5-4 Scott Coleman
Rocco Maes 5-2 Ricky Sudale
John Burgess 5-2 Stuart Bousfield

Third Round (Last 64)
Steve Hine 5-3 Mark Forman
Stuart Anderson 5-3 Liam Fox
Sam Hamilton 5-3 Alex Roy
Jim Walker 5-4 Jamie Landon
Ryan Palmer 5-1 Colin Rice
Kurt Parry 5-4 John Scott
Nigel Heydon 5-1 Alan Derrett
Brett Claydon 5-3 Dylan Duo
Robert Turner 5-4 Brian Woods
Steve West 5-2 Mike Norton
Brandon Walsh 5-2 Joe Lacey
Vernon Sheppard 5-2 Matthew Dennant
Andy Pearce 5-4 Terry Temple
Conan Whitehead 5-4 Darren Weaver
Mareno Michels 5-0 Jack Tweddell
Ewan Hyslop 5-2 Phil Henshaw
Scott MacKenzie 5-4 Ron Meulenkamp
David Dodds 5-4 Danny De Haas
Joe Murnan 5-3 Tony Richardson
Glenn Spearing 5-3 Mark Lawrence
Zoran Lerchbacher 5-2 Shaun Littler
Ian Moss 5-0 Jaron Esteve
Mark Cox 5-3 Steve Maish
Kevin Voornhout 5-4 Dave Place
Michael Barnard 5-4 Wayne Pepper
Mark Frost 5-0 Tony Stone
Jason Hogg 5-2 John Goldie
Dyson Parody 5-1 Pete Dyos
Steve Grubb 5-3 Aden Kirk
Dick van Dijk 5-4 Nathan Aspinall
Mick Todd 5-0 Geoff Whitworth
John Burgess 5-3 Rocco Maes

Fourth Round (Last 32)
Stuart Anderson 5-2 Steve Hine
Jim Walker 5-2 Sam Hamilton
Ryan Palmer 5-3 Kurt Parry
Nigel Heydon 5-1 Brett Claydon
Steve West 5-4 Robert Turner
Vernon Sheppard 5-1 Brandon Walsh
Conan Whitehead 5-1 Andy Pearce
Mareno Michels 5-3 Ewan Hyslop
Scott MacKenzie 5-3 David Dodds
Joe Murnan 5-1 Glenn Spearing
Zoran Lerchbacher 5-2 Ian Moss
Mark Cox 5-2 Kevin Voornhout
Michael Barnard 5-0 Mark Frost
Jason Hogg 5-4 Dyson Parody
Steve Grubb 5-0 Dick van Dijk
Mick Todd 5-0 John Burgess

Fifth Round (Last 16)
Stuart Anderson 5-4 Jim Walker
Nigel Heydon 5-1 Ryan Palmer
Steve West 5-2 Vernon Sheppard
Mareno Michels 5-3 Conan Whitehead
Joe Murnan 5-3 Scott MacKenzie
Zoran Lerchbacher 5-4 Mark Cox
Jason Hogg 5-3 Michael Barnard
Mick Todd 5-1 Steve Grubb

Sixth Round (Last Eight)
Nigel Heydon 5-0 Stuart Anderson
Steve West 5-3 Mareno Michels
Joe Murnan 5-1 Zoran Lerchbacher
Jason Hogg 5-2 Mick Todd

Day Four Tour Cards Winners
Nigel Heydon
Steve West
Joe Murnan
Jason Hogg

Q School Order of Merit Ranking Points Allocation
Last 128 Losers - One Point
Last 64 Losers - Two Points
Last 32 Losers - Three Points
Last 16 Losers - Five Points
Last Eight Losers - Nine Points

Final Q School Order of Merit
Following Day Four
(ranking positions for 32nd and below will be finalised in due course)
Players 1-24 win PDC Tour Card

Pos Name Total Points
1 Brian Woods 23
2 Zoran Lerchbacher 16
3 Mick Todd 16
4 Pete Dyos 16
5 Keegan Brown 16
6 Stuart White 15
7 Steve Grubb 14
8 Ian Moss 14
9 Rowby-John Rodrigues 14
10 Christian Kist 14
11 Jim Walker 13
12 Dave Ladley 13
13 Mareno Michels 12
14 Mark Barilli 12
15 Jamie Bain 12
16 Michael Barnard 11
17 David Dodds 11
18 Steve Hine 11
19 Terry Temple 11
20 Ross Twell 11
21 Stuart Anderson 10
22 Conan Whitehead 9
23 Mark Cox 9
24 William O'Connor 9
25 Stuart Bousfield 9
26 Joey ten Berge 9
27 Kevin Voornhout 8
28 Wayne Pepper 8
29 Darron Brown 8
30 John Newland 8
31 Ian McFarlane 8
32 Ryan Palmer 7
32 Vernon Sheppard 7
32 Brandon Walsh 7
32 Kurt Parry 7
32 Glenn Spearing 7
32 Ron Meulenkamp 7
32 John Goldie 7
32 Jeff Batham 7
32 Kevin Thomas 7
32 Keith Rooney 7
32 Lewis McGurn 7
32 Prakash Jiwa 7
32 Jason Lovett 7
45 Scott MacKenzie 6
45 Dyson Parody 6
45 Dick van Dijk 6
45 Andy Pearce 6
45 Joe Lacey 6
45 John Ferrell 6
45 Doug Thompson 6
45 Dave Honey 6
45 Adrian Gray 6
45 Philip Wathen 6
45 Jon Jukes 6
45 Tim Martin 6
45 Mark Hylton 6
58 Brett Claydon 5
58 John Burgess 5
58 Darren Weaver 5
58 Danny de Haas 5
58 Dylan Duo 5
58 Steve Maish 5
58 Phil Henshaw 5
58 Tony Richardson 5
58 Rocco Maes 5
58 Matthew Dennant 5
58 Scott Coleman 5
58 Ricky Sudale 5
58 Philip Milburn 5
58 Matt Clark 5
58 Jonathan Worsley 5
58 Gaz Cousins 5
58 Jamie Robinson 5
75 Robert Turner 4
75 Mark Frost 4
75 Sam Hamilton 4
75 Ewan Hyslop 4
75 Jamie Landon 4
75 Liam Fox 4
75 Alan Derrett 4
75 Mark Forman 4
75 Nathan Aspinall 4
75 Alex Roy 4
75 John Crossley 4
75 Steve Douglas 4
75 Wayne Thomas 4
75 Darren Whittingham 4
75 Ryan Harrington 4
75 Colin Fowler 4
75 Dimitri van den Bergh 4
75 Max Hopp 4
75 Paul Carter 4
75 Daniel Day 4
75 Danny Pinhorne 4
75 Gary Eastwood 4
75 Shaun Narain 4
75 Ben Songhurst 4
75 Michael Rasztovits 4
100 Aden Kirk 3
100 Dave Place 3
100 Mike Norton 3
100 Shaun Littler 3
100 Colin Rice 3
100 Leon de Geus 3
100 Martin Homer 3
100 Shaun Griffiths 3
100 Lee Palfreyman 3
100 Barry Lynn 3
100 Wayne Dunn 3
100 Garry Spedding 3
100 Matthew Edgar 3
100 Richie Howson 3
100 Andy Pearson 3
100 Michael Harrison 3
100 Stephen Hardy 3
100 Daniel Astbury 3
100 Nigel Birch 3
100 Richard Ballie 3
100 Luke Kennedy 3
100 Luke Woodhouse 3
100 Robbie Parker 3
100 Bernd Roith 3
100 Matthew Dicken 3
100 Nick Fullwell 3
100 Jeffrey Bekema 3
100 Michael Burgoine 3
100 Jake Patchett 3
100 Mark Pritchard 3
100 Richard Denis 3
131 Geoff Whitworth 2
131 Jack Tweddell 2
131 Jaron Esteve 2
131 John Scott 2
131 Mark Lawrence 2
131 Tony Stone 2
131 Andrew Howarth 2
131 Mark Flawn 2
131 Reece Robinson 2
131 Richard Ludlow 2
131 Richard van Zijtveld 2
131 Wilfried Hoberg 2
131 John Trembeth 2
131 Mark Stephenson 2
131 Sean Ryan 2
131 Shane Edwards 2
131 Alan Tabern 2
131 David Murphy 2
131 Colin Feeley 2
131 Dirk van Duijvenbode 2
131 Ian Lever 2
131 Paul Smith 2
131 Rees Hall 2
131 Steve Cupitt 2
131 Steve Haggerty 2
131 Ashley Holgate 2
131 Mark Jones (West Mid) 2
131 Simon Cassidy 2
131 Adam Thomas 2
131 Greg Dickinson 2
131 Mick Bushby 2
131 Barrie Bates 2
131 Jamie Atkins 2
131 Jay Foreman 2
131 Krit Middleton 2
131 Paul Lennon 2
131 Steven Mead 2
131 Stuart Stubbs 2
131 Andrew Johnson 2
131 David Copley 2
131 Gavin Baker 2
131 Mark Wilson 2
131 Mike Nott 2
131 Sion Thomas 2
131 Frank Kirkwood 2
131 Kevin Bambrick 2
131 Paul Redfern 2
178 Ad Verhoeks 1
178 Ben Davies 1
178 Carlos Rodriguez 1
178 Danny Summers 1
178 Davyd Venken 1
178 Eduardo Sales Lopez 1
178 Ian Dargan 1
178 Jack Hill 1
178 James Bevan 1
178 Lee Whitworth 1
178 Manuel Croskery 1
178 Mke Gorst 1
178 Oliver Stell 1
178 Paul Palmer 1
178 Paul Rowley 1
178 Peter Walford 1
178 Simon Burt 1
178 Simon Pratt 1
178 Steve Evans 1
178 Stuart Holden 1
178 Trevor Burkhill 1
178 Trevor Williams 1
178 Adrian Daniels 1
178 Alex Low 1
178 Damien Sherwood 1
178 Darren Williams 1
178 Joe Bata 1
178 Joe Heywood 1
178 Marcel Hirzel 1
178 Martin Carvill 1
178 Michael Beal 1
178 Michael Blake 1
178 Peter Evison 1
178 Roy Lowe 1
178 Tony Baker 1
178 Adam Smith-Neale 1
178 Alan Reilly 1
178 Andy Hutchings 1
178 Dan Dean 1
178 Dan Read 1
178 Hermie van Orsouw 1
178 Jamie Gemmell 1
178 Jason Wilson 1
178 Jim Elsey 1
178 John Brammeld 1
178 Keith J Stephen 1
178 Malcolm Smallshaw 1
178 Nicholas Bloor 1
178 Peter Manley 1
178 Steve Pearson 1
178 Trevor Frost 1
178 Alan Tabern Jnr 1
178 Barry Tyler 1
178 Bradley Williams 1
178 Craig Pope 1
178 Harry Lane 1
178 James Connor 1
178 Joshua Tunnicliffe 1
178 Karl Merchant 1
178 Kevin McCulley 1
178 Lee Grimshaw 1
178 Lee Rose 1
178 Nick Paenen 1
178 Paul Barham 1
178 Sandy Stephen 1
178 Scott Hudson 1
178 Steven Lippett 1

 

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