The 2011 Winmau World Masters is currently underway at the Hull Arena beginning September 1st through to 4th, the draws and results  can be found on the official BDO website links below:

Mens Draw & Results click here:

Womens Draw & Results click here:

Boys Draw & Results click here:

Girls Draw & Results click here:

The mens competition has so far  seen suprise early exits for the likes of Ted Hankey, Darryl Fitton, Tony ‘O Shea, and 2010 runner up Stuart Kellett. With a wide open field the attention now turns to the televised stages, broadcast by ESPN from 17.00 on Friday 2nd September.

Winners of the matches below go on to play the top 8 seeds in the  last 16 proper.

Last 16 (group players) – Best of 5 sets,3 legs
Match1
Kevin Thomas-Wales v Steve Douglas-England
Match 2
Glen Durrant-England v Craig Baxter-Scotland
Match 3
Richard Howson-England vAndrew Gilding-England
Match 4
Ewan Hyslop-Scotland v Robert Wagner-Norway
Match 5
Rick Hofstra-Netherlands v Jim Widmayer-USA
Match 6
Radek Szaganski-Republic of Ireland v Christian Kist-Netherlands
Match 7
Colin Fowler-England v Martin Phillips-Wales
Match 8
Stephen Bunting-England v Peter Johns-Wales

Last 16 (inc seeds) Thanks to @LittleRichard on twitter for confirmation of the draw
Top Half
(1) MARTIN ADAMS v Winner Match 1
(8) JOHN WALTON v Winner Match 2
(5) GARY ROBSON v Winner Match 3
(4) SCOTT WAITES v Winner Match 4
Bottom Half
(2) DEAN WINSTANLEY v Winner Match 5
(7) TONY WEST v Winner Match 6
(6) ROSS MONTGOMERY v Winner Match 7
(3) ROBBIE GREEN v Winner Match 3

The 2011 Winmau World Masters, in association with EY Events and John Smith’s, has a prize fund of £66,500 and will be played at Hull Arena from Thursday, September 1st to Sunday, September 4th, with live and exclusive ESPN coverage from Friday to Sunday.

Spectator tickets: 01482-300300 or online www.hullccc.gov.uk/leisureandculture

Thursday 1st September – WINMAU World Masters Multi-Board Play-Offs
Doors open 9am
£10
Friday 2nd September – Lakeside World Championship International Play-Offs
9am – 2pm
3pm – 12midnight – WINMAU World Masters Stage Matches (Televised) £15 (includes Saturday Morning)
Saturday 3rd September
4pm – 12midnight – WINMAU World Masters Stage Matches (Televised)
£20
Sunday 4th September – WINMAU World Masters Stage Finals (Televised)
1pm – 11pm
£25

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