Deepings ‘Wolfie’ Adams knocked out of BDO World Trophy in quarter-finals

Champion Darts player Martin 'Wolfie' Adams takes on the locals in aid of Newton Church at Tydd St Giles community centre. Kim Watson tries to beat Wolfie
Champion Darts player Martin 'Wolfie' Adams takes on the locals in aid of Newton Church at Tydd St Giles community centre. Kim Watson tries to beat Wolfie
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Deeping St James darts legend Martin Adams’ attempt to become the first player to lift the BDO World Trophy has ended at the quarter-final stages.

‘Wolfie’ Adams was beaten 10-8 by Ross Montgomery of Scotland in a quarter-final clash in Blackpool yesterday (Sunday).

The 2014 Daily Mirror BDO World Trophy is the new major darts tournament run by the British Darts Organisation,

The quarter-final started pretty evenly until Ross took five legs in a row to give him an unassailable lead.

The Deeping man rallied superbly from 8-4 down but just came up short, to lose 10-8, against a player he had beaten in the Lakeside World Championship last month.

Adams had beaten qualifier Rob Rickwood and his Lakeside conqueror Jan Dekker on route to the quarter-finals.

The in form Montgomery went on to beat Gary Robson in the semi-final before losing to James Wilson in the final.