David Cameron denies Phil Taylor to claim World Seniors Masters crown

David Cameron claimed the inaugural World Seniors Masters title with a 6-3 victory over Phil Taylor in the final at Lakeside on Sunday.

The Canadian thrower had come through the qualifying stages last month to seal his spot in the event and enjoyed a sensational triumph which saw him defeat a quartet of former major champions along the way.

Cameron began his run by recovering from 3-1 down to defeat former Players Champion Kevin Painter 4-3 in Friday’s Preliminary Round, before dispatching reigning World Seniors Champion Robert Thornton 4-2 in Round One.

He began the final day of action by battling his way to a hard-fought 4-2 victory over 1996 World Master Colin Monk, before ending the hopes of Richie Howson in the Semi-Finals with a 5-2 success and a tournament high average of 93.

Cameron came up against 16-time World Champion Taylor in the final and surrendered the first set in a deciding leg following multiple missed darts at doubles.

A role reversal in set two saw Taylor squander multiple attempts at doubles to allow Cameron to level up, and after the Canadian had taken set three in successive legs, ‘The Power’ produced a 100 checkout on two double tops on his way to parity at two-all.

A 78 finish handed Cameron set five in a decider before an 85 checkout in the deciding leg of set six saw him move two clear for the first time.

The one-way traffic continued as the WDF World Championship participant moved three ahead, before Taylor stopped the rot in set eight to stay alive at 5-3 behind.

However, Cameron responded superbly and crushed any hopes of a Taylor comeback by taking out 96 to seal set nine without reply and clinch the title.

“To win against Phil is amazing,” said an emotional Cameron. “The only word I can come up with is ‘grateful’ – to have the chance to play against the guys that made the game what it is today.

“This is something nobody can ever take away from me.”

Cameron becomes the first North American to win a televised title at Lakeside since his compatriot John Part in 1994 and pockets a cheque for £10,000.

Taylor was forced to settle for second prize in his quest for a maiden Seniors crown, having lost in the Quarter-Finals of February’s World Seniors Championship at the Circus Tavern.

The 61-year-old had whitewashed Part 4-0 before fending off a late revival from Les Wallace to seal a 4-3 win in the Quarter-Finals.

He then thrashed Tony O’Shea 5-1 in the Semi-Finals but failed to convert his chances in the final, averaging 84.4 to Cameron’s 86.

Howson, the WSDT Order of Merit leader, saw off Terry Jenkins, Trina Gulliver and Keith Deller on his way to the Semi-Finals, while O’Shea overcame Lisa Ashton and Martin Adams.

The World Seniors Tour now heads to the Bonus Arena in Hull from July 1-3 for the inaugural World Seniors Matchplay.

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World Seniors Masters 2022 – Day Three Results

Sunday May 29

Quarter-Finals

Afternoon Session
David Cameron 4-2 Colin Monk
Phil Taylor 4-3 Les Wallace
Tony O’Shea 4-1 Martin Adams
Richie Howson 4-2 Keith Deller

Evening Session

Semi-Finals
Phil Taylor 5-1 Tony O’Shea
David Cameron 5-2 Richie Howson

Final
David Cameron 6-3 Phil Taylor

World Seniors Masters 2022 | Day Three Preview and Order of Play

The 2022 World Seniors Masters draws to a close at Lakeside on Sunday as the final eight vie for the inaugural title at the home of World Darts.

A tournament of upsets has seen a number of leading contenders bow out in the early stages, leaving the door open for a potential underdog to lift the trophy on Sunday evening.

However, a clutch of former World Champions remain in the running, as well as two in-form qualifiers with no regard for reputations.

The afternoon session on Day Three plays host to the Quarter-Final ties, before the Semi-Finals and final take place in the evening, with £10,000 on offer to the winner.

Sixteen-time World Champion Phil Taylor remains in pursuit of his first Seniors silverware and now faces a show-down against 1997 World Champion Les Wallace.

Taylor, who was comprehensively beaten at this stage of the World Seniors Championship by Kevin Painter in February, looks to move into the final session by denying the proud Scotsman a famous scalp.

Taylor eased past three-time World Champion John Part in four consecutive sets on Friday but will be eyeing a marked improvement on his match average of 85.

Wallace secured his first win on the Seniors Tour with a 4-1 success over John Lowe on Saturday, averaging 74 in a tough battle, and ‘McDanger’ knows he will require a vast improvement in order to trouble Taylor.

The opening match of the afternoon sees Canadian ace David Cameron take on 1996 World Master Colin Monk.

Cameron, who came through last month’s qualifying event in Reading, has proved the stand-out performer so far, knocking out Kevin Painter and World Seniors Champion Robert Thornton in a dream debut run.

The recent WDF World Championship qualifier has averaged 89 and 87 in his respective games and unlike his first two outings, goes into his latest fixture as firm favourite.

Monk’s return to Lakeside for the first time since 2004 saw him whitewash Deta Hedman 4-0 in a gruelling contest with an average of 70, and any repeat performance could spell the end of his debut Seniors campaign.

A repeat of numerous BDO World Championship encounters sees three-time Lakeside Champion Martin Adams take on three-time world finalist Tony O’Shea.

O’Shea has twice been defeated by Adams in straight sets on this stage and will be out for revenge as he plots a tilt at the title.

O’Shea saw off Lisa Ashton 4-2 with an 85 average in his opener, atoning for his agonising defeat to Painter in a sudden death set at The Circus Tavern earlier this year.

Adams, meanwhile, bounced back from his First Round exit at the WDF World Championship here last month by defeating former European Championship finalist Wayne Jones 4-2 from 2-0 down.

Runner-up in the World Seniors Championship, crowd favourite ‘Wolfie’ will be determined to go one better at the second time of asking but continues to play through the pain barrier with injury.

Richie Howson has taken the Seniors circuit by storm, topping the Order of Merit, and has dropped just two sets in dispatching Terry Jenkins and Trina Gulliver en route to the Quarter-Finals.

The former PDC Tour Card holder now comes up against 1983 World Champion Keith Deller – who recorded his first win on the Seniors Tour with a 4-1 success over Bob Anderson on Saturday.

Lakeside has traditionally not been a happy hunting ground for Deller, but the 62-year-old will look to change that 34 years after his last campaign at this famous venue.

The action gets under way from 1pm BST, with Quarter-Finals to be contested over the best of seven sets, Semi-Finals best of nine and the final best of 11. All sets are the best of three legs.

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World Seniors Masters 2022 – Day Three Schedule of Play

Sunday May 29

Quarter-Finals

Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm)
David Cameron v Colin Monk
Phil Taylor v Les Wallace
Martin Adams v Tony O’Shea
Richie Howson v Keith Deller

Evening Session (7pm-11pm)

Semi-Finals
Cameron/Monk v Deller/Howson
Adams/O’Shea v Taylor/Wallace

Final

World Seniors Masters 2022 | Day Two Preview and Order of Play

The First Round action continues at the 2022 World Seniors Masters on Saturday with two unmissable sessions at Lakeside.

The opening night of the inaugural event saw pre-tournament favourite Phil Taylor coast into the Quarter-Finals with a 4-0 whitewash of John Part, with Kevin Painter was sent crashing out in the Preliminary Round by David Cameron.

Canadian qualifier Cameron battled back from 3-1 down to snatch a 4-3 victory and will now take on reigning World Seniors Champion Robert Thornton in the evening session on Saturday.

Thornton, who stormed to victory at the Circus Tavern in February for the loss of only three sets, has already seen Painter bow out in his section of the draw and will fancy his chances of another strong run this weekend.

The Scot registered four of the top six match averages in that event and will look to end North American hopes here by denying WDF World Championship qualifier Cameron.

The afternoon session sees three-time World Champion Martin Adams take to his beloved Lakeside stage once again to face former European Championship finalist Wayne Jones.

Adams was beaten in the final of the World Seniors Championship but will be keen to bounce back from a disappointing First Round exit to Jarred Cole at the recent WDF World Championship.

Jones, meanwhile, marked his Seniors debut with a 4-1 win over Roland Scholten, but the scoreline did not tell the whole story of the match, with ‘The Wanderer’ having to dig deep at crucial times and battle his way over the line.

Multiple major finalist Terry Jenkins aims to continue the promising form he displayed in reaching the Semi-Finals at The Circus Tavern when he comes up against Richie Howson.

Howson defeated Darryl Fitton in the World Seniors Championship before going down 3-2 to Adams and returns as a WSDT Order of Merit qualifier.

The winner of that match will return later in the evening to face ten-time Women’s World Champion Trina Gulliver – who recently picked up a PDC Women’s Series title.

Two former World Masters champions collide as Deta Hedman takes on Colin Monk for the right to face Thornton or Cameron in Sunday’s Quarter-Finals.

Hedman, World Master in 1994 and 2013, let a one-set lead slip against Peter Manley in Purfleet and was beaten in straight sets by Tori Kewish in the recent WDF World Championship.

Monk, the 1996 World Master, is making his Seniors debut, having last appeared at Lakeside in 2004, and has competed in the Live League in recent months.

The opening match of the day sees four-time Women’s World Champion Lisa Ashton take on three-time BDO World finalist Tony O’Shea.

Ashton is a three-time World Masters winner and having dropped off the PDC circuit at the end of last season, currently leads the Women’s Series Order of Merit.

O’Shea, World Masters runner-up in 2004 and 2012, lost out to Kevin Painter in a last-set decider in the World Seniors Championship and will be poised for another formidable test here.

Two former World Champions go head-to-head in search of their first win on the Seniors circuit as Keith Deller meets Bob Anderson.

Deller, the 1983 World Champion, was narrowly beaten by Larry Butler at The Circus Tavern and has returned to local competitions and practiced with a number of PDC professionals in preparation for his return to Lakeside.

Anderson, 74, was comprehensively beaten in straight sets by eventual champion Thornton in February but did land a 180 in the final leg, accompanied by the famous ‘finger point’ celebration.

Another clash of two former World Champions and World Masters winners sees John Lowe take on Les Wallace.

At 76, Lowe is the oldest player in the competition and gave a strong account of himself earlier this year in defeat to Dave Prins at The Circus Tavern.

Wallace, the 1997 World Champion, was narrowly beaten 3-2 by John Walton on his return to televised action and will look to mark his 25-year world title anniversary with a win.

The action gets under way from 1pm BST, with all matches to be contested over the best of seven sets. All sets are the best of three legs.

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World Seniors Masters 2022 Day Two Schedule of Play

Saturday May 28

Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm)
Lisa Ashton v Tony O’Shea (R1)
Terry Jenkins v Richie Howson (Prelim)
Deta Hedman v Colin Monk (R1)
Martin Adams v Wayne Jones (R1)

Evening Session (7pm-11pm)
John Lowe v Les Wallace (R1)
Trina Gulliver v Jenkins/Howson (R1)
Robert Thornton v David Cameron (R1)
Bob Anderson v Keith Deller (R1)

World Seniors Masters 2022 Betting Tips and Accumulator Predictions

The inaugural World Seniors Masters takes place at Lakeside, and we’ve picked out our best betting tips for each day’s action.

The over 50s tournament runs from May 27-29 and incorporates a prize fund of £31,000 as the stars of yesteryear return to the home of world darts – the Lakeside.

The line-up features nine former World Champions from both PDC and BDO codes, plus number of multiple major winners.

The field is headed by Phil Taylor – who won the first of his 16 World Championship titles at Lakeside back in 1990 and is now eyeing a maiden Seniors crown.

Reigning World Seniors champion Robert Thornton, who claimed glory at The Circus Tavern in February, looks to pick up from where he left off, while beaten finalist Martin Adams returns to his favourite hunting ground – where he has claimed three world titles.

Former World Champions John Lowe, John Part, Bob Anderson, Keith Deller and Les Wallace are joined by former Women’s World Champions Trina Gulliver and Lisa Ashton.

Kevin Painter and Terry Jenkins will be out to go a step further than their Semi-Final runs in Purfleet, while crowd favourites Paul Lim, Roland Scholten, Deta Hedman and Tony O’Shea target their first wins.

We’ve selected our acca tips for each day of the tournament here.

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Phil Taylor whitewashes John Part at the World Seniors Masters as Cameron puts out Painter

Phil Taylor coasted into the Quarter-Finals of the World Seniors Masters with a 4-0 whitewash of John Part at Lakeside on Friday, as David Cameron stunned Kevin Painter.

Thirty years on from his iconic second world title win over the late Mike Gregory, Taylor returned to the famous Frimley Green venue to defeat another former rival.

Despite being far below his best, Taylor dominated the contest against three-time World Champion Part, punishing the Canadian’s missed doubles to record a straight sets rout.

The Stoke legend will now await the winner of the clash between former World Champions John Lowe and Les Wallace in Sunday’s Quarter-Finals.

Taylor was openly critical of his own form, admitting: “I’m trying too hard to lift the roof off the building. It’s not me, but I’m trying.

“It’s so difficult to be as dedicated as I used to be.

“Lockdown threw my game apart and everything changed – my stance, my body, everything.”

Part had earlier defeated Lakeside nine-dart legend Paul Lim by the same scoreline, taking advantage of a plethora of missed doubles from his opponent.

The Canadian ace rolled back the years with a sensational 164 checkout to seal victory, but failed to replicate that form later in the evening.

Meanwhile, Part’s compatriot Cameron battled back from 3-1 down to defeat former Players Champion Kevin Painter in a deciding set.

Painter, semi-finalist in February’s World Seniors Championship, landed a 110 checkout en route to a 3-1 lead, before Cameron took out 138 in taking the fifth set.

Debutant qualifier Cameron then edged set six in a deciding leg before going on to complete the comeback with a match average of 89 to set up a show-down with World Seniors Champion Robert Thornton.

Wayne Jones, who also came through April qualifying event in Reading, marked his return to Lakeside with a hard-fought 4-1 win over former UK Open champion Roland Scholten.

Scholten had taken the second set to draw level, but only for Jones to dig deep and reel off three in a row for victory and a Last 16 tie against Martin Adams.

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World Seniors Masters 2022 Day One Results

Friday May 27

Paul Lim 0-4 John Part (RD1)
Kevin Painter 3-4 David Cameron (RD1)
Roland Scholten 1-4 Wayne Jones (RD1)
Phil Taylor 4-0 John Part (RD2)

World Seniors Masters 2022 | Day One Preview and Order of Play

The inaugural World Seniors Masters commences at Lakeside on Friday with two multiple World Champions among a star-studded line-up.

The over 50s tournament runs from May 27-29 and incorporates a prize fund of £31,000 as the stars of yesteryear return to the home of world darts – the Lakeside.

The field includes nine former World Champions from both PDC and BDO codes, plus number of multiple major winners.

Phil Taylor, who won the first of his 16 World Championship titles at Lakeside back in 1990, is now eyeing a maiden Seniors crown.

Taylor was thrashed three sets to nil by Kevin Painter in the Quarter-Finals of the World Seniors Championship at The Circus Tavern in February and will be determined to bounce back at the first time of asking.

The Stoke legend has been installed as the bookmakers’ favourite for glory this weekend but faces a tricky opener against either John Part of Paul Lim.

Both players are vying for their first win on the new World Seniors Tour, with three-time World Champion Part having lost out to John Walton in Purfleet, while Lim was also beaten 3-1 by Dave Prins.

Lim, 68, has featured in the last five consecutive PDC World Championships and returns to the scene of his most memorable moment – where he famously hit the first televised nine-dart finish at the BDO World Championship back in 1990.

Canadian legend Part, 55, won the first of his three world titles here in 1994 and made the Quarter-Finals of the UK Open as recently as 2018.

Meanwhile, former Players Championship Finals winner Kevin Painter opens up with a tie against debutant qualifier David Cameron.

Painter, who first appeared at Lakeside in 1994, enjoyed a fine run to the Semi-Finals of the World Seniors Championship with wins over Tony O’Shea, Wayne Warren and Phil Taylor before going down 4-2 to eventual champion Robert Thornton.

Cameron is no stranger to this iconic stage, having appeared in seven previous BDO World Championships, as well as this year’s WDF World Championship – where he was beaten by Ian Jones in Round One.

The Canadian veteran came through the qualifying event in Reading last month and will look to hit the ground running back on the televised stage.

Wayne Jones joined Cameron in progressing through the qualifying event, and the former European Championship finalist has been drawn to face former UK Open champion Roland Scholten.

Wolverhampton’s Jones recently dropped off the PDC circuit but continues to compete at a high standard and will fancy his chances of a challenging for the title.

Scholten saw his return to competitive action ended in straight sets by Terry Jenkins in Round One at The Circus Tavern, and the Dutchman will be eyeing an improvement on his match average of 76 as he returns to Lakeside for the first time since 1999.

The action gets under way from 7pm BST, with First Round matches to be contested over the best of seven sets. All sets are the best of three legs.

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World Seniors Masters 2022 Schedule of Play

Friday May 27

7pm-11pm
Paul Lim v John Part (RD1)
Kevin Painter v David Cameron (RD1)
Roland Scholten v Wayne Jones (RD1)
Phil Taylor v Part/Lim (R2)

World Seniors Masters 2022 Odds | Taylor favourite to bounce back at Lakeside

Phil Taylor has been installed as the pre-tournament favourite to claim the inaugural World Seniors Masters title at Lakeside in 2022.

The over 50s tournament runs from May 27-29 and incorporates a prize fund of £31,000 as the stars of yesteryear return to the home of world darts – the Lakeside.

The line-up features nine former World Champions from both PDC and BDO codes, plus number of multiple major winners.

16-time World Champion Taylor was thrashed three sets to nil by Kevin Painter in the Quarter-Finals of the inaugural World Seniors Championship at The Circus Tavern in February and will be determined to bounce back at the venue in which he secured his first world title back in 1990.

Taylor has been priced as the marginal 15/8 favourite with Bet365 to open his Seniors account in Frimley Green and is situated in the opposite half of the draw to a number of his key rivals.

Robert Thornton, who stormed to victory at the World Seniors Championship for the loss of only three sets, follows in the market at 2/1 and could be on a collision course to meet ‘The Power’ in the final.

Thornton, however, faces a potential Second Round clash with Kevin Painter – the man he defeated 4-2 in the Semi-Finals at The Circus Tavern earlier this year.

Former Players Champion Painter is 7/1 to claim glory, with three-time BDO World Champion Martin Adams 5/1 to go one better than his runner-up spot in Purfleet by returning to the winner’s circle at his favourite venue.

Crowd favourite Terry Jenkins, who reached the Semi-Finals in February, is 10/1 to finally end his wait for an elusive maiden televised title.

Former World Championship semi-finalist Wayne Jones is 33/1 to triumph on his World Seniors Tour debut, as is Canadian qualifier David Cameron.

Four-time Women’s World Champion Lisa Ashton is a popular each-way selection at 66/1, with recent Women’s Series event winner Trina Gulliver a 300/1 outsider.

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World Seniors Masters 2022 Odds

Phil Taylor
Robert Thornton
Martin Adams
Kevin Painter
Terry Jenkins
Tony O’Shea
Paul Lim
David Cameron
Wayne Jones
Richie Howson
John Part
Lisa Ashton
Colin Monk
Keith Deller
Roland Scholten
Bob Anderson
John Lowe
Les Wallace
Trina Gulliver
Deta Hedman

*Odds correct at time of writing

World Seniors Darts Masters 2022 | Draw, Live Scores and Schedule of Play

The 2022 World Seniors Masters takes place at Lakeside, and you can follow the latest results and schedule of play here.

The over 50s tournament runs from May 27-29 and incorporates a prize fund of £31,000 as the stars of yesteryear return to the home of world darts – the Lakeside.

The line-up features nine former World Champions from both PDC and BDO codes, plus number of multiple major winners.

The field is headed by Phil Taylor – who won the first of his 16 World Championship titles at Lakeside back in 1990 and is now eyeing a maiden Seniors crown.

Reigning World Seniors champion Robert Thornton, who claimed glory at The Circus Tavern in February, looks to pick up from where he left off, while beaten finalist Martin Adams returns to his favourite hunting ground – where he has claimed three world titles.

Former World Champions John Lowe, John Part, Bob Anderson, Keith Deller and Les Wallace are joined by former Women’s World Champions Trina Gulliver and Lisa Ashton.

Kevin Painter and Terry Jenkins will be out to go a step further than their Semi-Final runs in Purfleet, while crowd favourites Paul Lim, Roland Scholten, Deta Hedman and Tony O’Shea target their first wins.

The likes of Wayne Jones, Colin Monk and David Cameron will make their televised World Seniors debuts.

All matches up to and including the Quarter-Finals will be contested over the best of seven sets, with Semi-Finals best of nine and final best of 13. All sets are the best of three legs.

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World Seniors Masters 2022 Schedule of Play

Friday May 27

7pm-11pm
Paul Lim 0-4 John Part (Prelim)
Kevin Painter 3-4 David Cameron (Prelim)
Roland Scholten 1-4 Wayne Jones (Prelim)
Phil Taylor 4-0 John Part (R1)

Saturday May 28

Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm)
Lisa Ashton 2-4 Tony O’Shea (R1)
Terry Jenkins 1-4 Richie Howson (Prelim)
Deta Hedman 0-4 Colin Monk (R1)
Martin Adams 4-2 Wayne Jones (R1)

Evening Session (7pm-11pm)
John Lowe 1-4 Les Wallace (R1)
Trina Gulliver 1-4 Richie Howson (R1)
Robert Thornton 2-4 David Cameron (R1)
Bob Anderson 1-4 Keith Deller (R1)

Sunday May 29

Quarter-Finals

Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm)
David Cameron 4-2 Colin Monk
Phil Taylor 4-3 Les Wallace
Martin Adams 1-4 Tony O’Shea
Richie Howson 4-2 Keith Deller

Evening Session (7pm-11pm)

Semi-Finals
Phil Taylor 5-1 Tony O’Shea
David Cameron 5-2 Richie Howson

Final
David Cameron 6-3 Phil Taylor

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World Seniors Masters 2022 Prize Fund

Winner: £10,000
Runner-up: £5,000
Semi-Final losers: £2,500
Quarter-Final losers: £1,250
Last 16 losers: £750
Total: £31,000

World Seniors Darts Masters live stream | How to watch live online

The inaugural World Seniors Masters takes place at Lakeside in 2022, and a live stream is available for all matches.

The over 50s tournament runs from May 27-29 and incorporates a prize fund of £31,000 as the stars of yesteryear return to the home of world darts – the Lakeside.

The line-up features nine former World Champions from both PDC and BDO codes, plus number of multiple major winners.

The field is headed by Phil Taylor – who won the first of his 16 World Championship titles at Lakeside back in 1990 and is now eyeing a maiden Seniors crown.

Reigning World Seniors champion Robert Thornton, who claimed glory at The Circus Tavern in February, looks to pick up from where he left off, while beaten finalist Martin Adams returns to his favourite hunting ground – where he has claimed three world titles.

Former World Champions John Lowe, John Part, Bob Anderson, Keith Deller and Les Wallace are joined by former Women’s World Champions Trina Gulliver and Lisa Ashton.

Kevin Painter and Terry Jenkins will be out to go a step further than their Semi-Final runs in Purfleet, while crowd favourites Paul Lim, Roland Scholten, Deta Hedman and Tony O’Shea target their first wins.

The likes of Wayne Jones, Colin Monk and David Cameron will make their televised World Seniors debuts.

All matches will also be available to watch live on laptop, mobile and tablet in various other regions worldwide.

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World Seniors Masters field announced as legends return to Lakeside

The field of players and qualification criteria for the 2022 World Seniors Masters has been announced as the legends of darts return to Lakeside.

The 2022 World Seniors Masters will take place from May 27-29 at the iconic Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green – former home of the BDO World Championship.

The event will feature 20 players competing for the inaugural title, with a host of former World Champions and World Masters winners joined by a series of qualifiers and wildcards.

Robert Thornton goes out in search of a second successive World Seniors crown, having triumphed in the recent World Seniors Championship at the Circus Tavern.

Thornton will be joined in the star-studded line-up by Martin Adams – the man he defeated in the final in Purfleet – as well as 16-time World Champion Phil Taylor, who won his first world title at Lakeside back in 1990.

World Seniors Championship semi-finalists Kevin Painter and Terry Jenkins also feature, alongside multiple Women’s World Champions Trina Gulliver MBE and Lisa Ashton, plus two-time Women’s World Master Deta Hedman.

Former World Champions John Part, Keith Deller, Bob Anderson, John Lowe and Les Wallace will also compete, while 1996 World Masters winner Colin Monk makes his World Seniors debut.

Former UK Open champion Roland Scholten returns to action, alongside two-time World Masters finalist Tony O’Shea.

Two players will come through the qualifying events to be held from April 8-10 in Reading, while the highest non-qualified player from the WSDT Order of Merit will also earn a spot.

The final available place will be decided by a public vote on social media between Paul Lim, Peter Manley, Peter Evison, Chris Mason, Larry Butler, Co Stompe and John Walton.

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World Seniors Masters 2022 Field

Phil Taylor
Robert Thornton
Martin Adams
Kevin Painter
Terry Jenkins
Trina Gulliver MBE
Lisa Ashton
Deta Hedman
Bob Anderson
John Lowe
John Part
Keith Deller
Les Wallace
Colin Monk
Roland Scholten
Tony O’Shea
Qualifier 1
Qualifier 2
WSDT Order of Merit Qualifier
Wildcard – Fan’s vote