2014 Lakeside World Professional Darts Championship Results

Ladies Final result (best of 5 sets)

Deta Hedman (Eng) 2 v 3 Lisa Ashton (Eng)

Men’s Semi-Final result (best of 11 sets)

Robbie Green (Eng) 1 v 6 Stephen Bunting (Eng)

Alan Norris (Eng) 6 v 5 Jan Dekker (Ned)

Ladies Semi-Finals results (best of 3 sets)

Deta Hedman (Eng) 2 v 0 Ann Louise Peters (Den)

Anastasia Dobromyslova (Rus) 1 v 2 Lisa Ashton (Eng)

Sunday 12th January 2014

Mens Final

18:00 Stephen Bunting (England) v Alan Norris (England)

BBC Transmission Schedule

BBC 2 17:45 – 20:00

Lisa Ashton came from two sets down to win her first world title with victory over fellow Englishwoman Deta Hedman.

Top seed Hedman raced through the first two sets and needed just one leg for victory at 2-1 up in the third set.

Ashton hit back to win the next five legs to level the match at 2-2 and then won the first leg of the deciding set.

World number one Hedman briefly rallied to take the second leg of the fifth set but Ashton hit double six to win the third leg and double 10 for the title.

Lakeside World Darts ChampionshipEarlier on Saturday, Ashton came from a set down to beat three-time champion Anastasia Dobromyslova 2-1 in their semi-final.

The Russian missed six darts for the match and was made to pay as Ashton hit double 18 to reach the final.

Hedman, 54, had a more straightforward path into the final, beating Denmark’s Ann Louise Peters 2-0.

Alan Norris produced a stunning comeback to beat Jan Dekker 6-5 in the BDO World Darts semi-final.

The 41-year-old will meet fellow Englishman and top seed Stephen Bunting in tomorrow’s Lakeside final after he earlier beat Robbie Green 6-1.

Norris took the deciding set 4-2 after Dekker had missed three darts at double six. The Dutchman had been leading 4-2 and then trailed 5-4 before Norris found double four to seal the win.

Bunting cruised through in his semi-final against Green. The 28-year-old from St Helens lost just one leg in winning the first two sets but Green hit back to win the next three legs to take the third set.

However, 39-year-old Green won just one leg in the next three sets as Bunting raced 5-1 ahead and then came from two legs down to win the seventh set.

Neither Bunting nor Norris have won the tournament before. - BBC Website