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PDC UK Open 2012 Tournament Results

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Keep up to date with all the latest scores and fixtures from the 2012 Speedy Services UK Open at the Reebok Stadium in Bolton here.

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The unique event, known as the 'FA Cup of darts' kicks off on Thursday June 7 and features matches from the preliminary round up to the second round before the big guns enter the fray the following evening.

The tournament contains a prize fund of £200,000 and sees a number of amateur qualifiers given the chance to become giant killers due to the nature of the open draw.

The professionals ranked from 64-114 in the UK Open Order of Merit are drawn with the amateur qualifiers for the Preliminary Round and First Round games on the opening night.

The players ranked from 33-64 then come in at the Second Round stage later in the evening, before the 32 winners from those games are drawn alongside the top 32 professionals for Friday's Third Round.

The top 32 players, including Phil Taylor, Raymond van Barneveld, Adrian Lewis and Gary Anderson, come out to play on Friday evening alongside the 32 survivors from Thursday's play, with the non-seeded draw meaning any ties are possible.

Speedy Services UK Open Schedule of Play
Thursday June 7 (Best of seven legs)

Preliminary Round
Michael Burgoine 4-2 Tony West 
Jon Jukes 4-2 Steve Beaton 
Arron Monk 4-3 Paul Boulton
Steve Brown 4-2 Michael Barnard
Gino Vos 4-3 Paul Harvey
Ted Hankey 4-0 Danny Dutson
Denis Ovens 4-1 Craig MacCaskill
Jamie Lewis 4-1 Steve Farmer 
Andy Jenkins 4-2 Gus Santana 
John Bowles 4-3 Andrew Cornwall
John Henderson Bye (Lee Bryant disqualified)
Stephen Bunting 4-0 Glen Durrant
Steve Hine 4-3 Jamie Hughes
Adam Smith-Neale 4-3 Rob Hawker
Dean Stewart 4-3 Andy Parsons
Damien Sherwood 4-1 Steve Service
Brian Woods 4-2 John Scott 
John Nelson 4-3 Ross Smith
Andy Murray Bye (Connie Finnan withdrawn)
Jamie Robinson 4-1 Mark Lawrence
Mark Barilli 4-0 Steve Werrett
David Dodds 4-1 Alan Casey
Dyson Parody 4-0 Steve Mason
Mark Layton 4-2 Michael Wiles
Bernd Roith 4-1 Jason Wilson
Steve Evans 4-3 Adrian Gray 
Paul Amos 4-0 Gary Ettridge
Nigel Heydon 4-0 Paul Critchley
Kevin Rimmer 4-3 Ian Gleeson
Stuart Daniels 4-0 Ben Johnson
Joey Palfreyman 4-3 Tom Gregory
Stephen Hardy 4-3 Marc Dewsbury
Jerry Hendriks 4-2 David Pallett
Harry Miles 4-0 Andy Melling
Josh Jones 4-0 Mark Spencer
Gareth Cousins 4-0 Ben Burton
Geoff Heath 4-0 Darrin Pugh
Steve Maish 4-2 Dave Solly
Kevin McDine 4-0 Kirk Gordon 
Scott Robertson 4-1 Mick Todd
Sam Hill 4-1 Jamie Ellam
Tony Cooper 4-3 Tony Broughton
Tony Littleton 4-2 Nicky Denoon
Kevin Simm 4-0 Mick Hayward
Mark Frost 4-1 Glen Miller
Joe Murnan 4-2 Stuart Anderson
Terry Temple 4-2 Matt Clark
Dan Russell 4-2 Toon Greebe
Lee Russell 4-1 Scott Taylor
Liam Kelly 4-0 Dave Ladley

First Round
Wayne Jones 4-2 Bernd Roith 
Jamie Lewis 4-1 Mark Stephenson
Paul Nicholson 4-2 Harry Miles
Adam Hunt 4-2 Steve Maish 
Steve Evans 4-2 Paul Whitworth
Terry Temple 4-0 Mark Kelly
Jon Bott 4-2 Josh Jones
Ted Hankey 4-1 Andy Jenkins
Scott Robertson 4-1 Sam Hill
David Dodds 4-3 Jon Jukes 
Gareth Cousins 4-2 Michael Burgoine
Paul Amos 4-3 Geoff Heath
Stephen Hardy 4-2 Ryan Murray
Tony Cooper 4-1 Mark Frost
Nigel Heydon 4-1 Lee Russell 
Denis Ovens 4-1 John Nelson
Arron Monk 4-3 Jerry Hendriks
Andy Murray 4-1 Damien Sherwood
Liam Kelly 4-2 Shayne Burgess
John Henderson 4-3 Joey Palfreyman
Joe Murnan 4-1 Dan Russell
Kevin McDine 4-2 Steve Brown
Stephen Bunting 4-2 Jamie Robinson
Adam Smith-Neale 4-0 Stuart Daniels
Mark Barilli 4-3 Bob Crawley
John Bowles 4-3 Andy Roberts 
Dean Stewart 4-1 Brian Woods 
Mark Layton 4-3 Gino Vos 
Steve Hine 4-0 Tommy Sanwell
Dyson Parody 4-2 Kevin Rimmer
Anthony Littleton 4-2 John Farmer
Jason Crawley 4-1 Kevin Simm

Second Round
Mark Hylton 4-0 Antonio Alcinas
Mark Webster 4-3 Johnny Haines
James Wade 4-3 Stephen Bunting
Jim Walker 4-1 James Richardson
Mervyn King 4-1 Ted Hankey
Alan Tabern 4-0 Co Stompe 
David Dodds 4-2 Stuart White
Jelle Klaasen 4-3 Dyson Parody
Jason Crawley 4-3 Mark Walsh
Peter Wright 4-0 Andy Brown
Kevin McDine 4-0 Matthew Edgar
Nigel Heydon 4-1 John Bowles
Ronnie Baxter 4-2 Jon Bott
Scott Robertson 4-3 Keith Stephen 
Peter Hudson 4-1 Jamie Lewis
Dean Stewart 4-1 Adam Smith-Neale
Mark Layton 4-3 Tony Littleton
William O'Connor 4-1 Stephen Hardy
Shaun Griffiths 4-2 Mareno Michels 
Gareth Cousins 4-2 Alex Roy 
Roland Scholten 4-3 Steve Evans 
Scott Rand 4-3 Andy Murray
Stuart Kellett 4-1 Liam Kelly 
Colin Osborne 4-2 John Henderson
Terry Temple 4-1 Steve Hine 
Devon Petersen 4-0 Andrew Gilding
Arron Monk 4-1 Adam Hunt
Denis Ovens 4-1 Joe Murnan
Michael Mansell 4-0 Darren Johnson 
Mark Barilli 4-2 Prakash Jiwa
Paul Nicholson 4-3 Tony Cooper
Paul Amos 4-3 Wayne Jones

Friday June 8 (7pm start)

Third Round (best of 17 legs)

Gary Anderson 9-3 David Dodds *Anderson - nine-dart finish*
Roland Scholten 7-9 Phil Taylor
Raymond van Barneveld 9-3 Jelle Klaasen
James Wade 5-9 Colin Lloyd
Mark Webster 7-9 Robert Thornton
Wes Newton 9-1 Shaun Griffiths
Kevin Painter 8-9 Arron Monk
Peter Wright 9-7 John Part
Andy Smith 9-6 Scott Rand
Ronnie Baxter 9-6 Devon Petersen
Kevin McDine 1-9 Adrian Lewis
Mervyn King 9-3 Gareth Cousins
Paul Amos 6-9 Vincent van der Voort
Kevin Dowling 4-9 Dennis Priestley
Paul Nicholson 9-7 Michael Mansell
William O'Connor 3-9 Michael van Gerwen
Dennis Smith Bye (Mark Jones disqualified)
Jason Crawley 5-9 Dean Winstanley
Michael Smith 7-9 Darren Webster
James Hubbard 6-9 Terry Jenkins
Scott Robertson 2-9 Justin Pipe
Peter Hudson 4-9 Kim Huybrechts
Jamie Caven 9-6 Alan Tabern
Jim Walker 4-9 Joe Cullen
Dean Stewart 3-9 Denis Ovens
Dave Chisnall 9-7 Mark Layton
Mark Hylton 9-6 Stuart Kellett
Richie Howson 2-9 Andy Hamilton
Nigel Heydon 4-9 Colin Osborne
Ian White 8-9 Richie Burnett
Terry Temple 6-9 Simon Whitlock
Mark Barilli 8-9 Brendan Dolan

Saturday June 9
1pm-5pm
Fourth Round (Last 32)
Best of 17 legs

Board One
Vincent van der Voort 7-9 Kim Huybrechts
Andy Hamilton 5-9 Raymond van Barneveld
Colin Osborne 1-9 Phil Taylor
Wes Newton 9-7 Adrian Lewis
Michael van Gerwen 9-7 Mervyn King

Board Two
Colin Lloyd 8-9 Joe Cullen
Robert Thornton 9-7 Gary Anderson
Paul Nicholson 9-3 Arron Monk
Terry Jenkins 9-3 Dean Winstanley

Board Three 
Justin Pipe 5-9 Simon Whitlock
Richie Burnett 4-9 Peter Wright
Mark Hylton 7-9 Jamie Caven
Dennis Priestley 9-8 Andy Smith

Board Four 
Dennis Smith 5-9 Dave Chisnall
Brendan Dolan 8-9 Denis Ovens
Darren Webster 6-9 Ronnie Baxter

7.30pm-11pm
Fifth Round (Last 16)
Best of 17 legs, played across two boards

Michael van Gerwen 7-9 Terry Jenkins
Dave Chisnall 9-5 Simon Whitlock
Phil Taylor 9-4 Ronnie Baxter
Raymond van Barneveld 9-8 Peter Wright

Board Two
Robert Thornton 9-5 Dennis Priestley
Joe Cullen 8-9 Jamie Caven
Denis Ovens 8-9 Paul Nicholson
Kim Huybrechts 8-9 Wes Newton

Sunday June 10
1pm-5pm
Quarter-Finals
Wes Newton 8-10 Robert Thornton
Dave Chisnall 10-5 Raymond van Barneveld
Phil Taylor 10-5 Terry Jenkins
Denis Ovens 10-6 Jamie Caven

7.30pm-11pm
Semi-Finals (Best of 19 legs)

Phil Taylor 10-2 Denis Ovens
Dave Chisnall 4-10 Robert Thornton

Final
Best of 21 legs

Phil Taylor 5-11 Robert Thornton

Robert Thornton is the 2012 UK Open champion
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PDC UK Open 2012 Tournament Results

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