Wolfie wins at HAL Open

World Champions and England captains Martin Adams and Trina Gulliver are among the top players heading to Coventry to compete in a unique darts 'double' of major events at the Ricoh Arena this July.'Three-times Lakeside World Champion and Winmau World Masters Champion Martin 'Wolfie' Adams and nine-times Lakeside Women's World Champion Trina Gulliver are just two of the star names taking part in the BDO British Classic and EDO England Masters in a mouth-watering weekend of big-time darts from Friday, July 13 to Sunday, July 15 in the Mercia Live Level and IBEX Hall 3.'Adams will be competing alongside another former World Champion John 'Boy' Walton and BBC TV favourites including Tony O'Shea, Darryl Fitton and Scott Waites. 'Gulliver ' who comes from Southam and is captain of Warwickshire County women's darts ' will be returning to her home county.'Barry Gilbey, chairman of the British Darts Organisation, said: 'The BDO and EDO are joining forces for the very first time in Coventry. And for the general public
World Champions and England captains Martin Adams and Trina Gulliver are among the top players heading to Coventry to compete in a unique darts 'double' of major events at the Ricoh Arena this July.'Three-times Lakeside World Champion and Winmau World Masters Champion Martin 'Wolfie' Adams and nine-times Lakeside Women's World Champion Trina Gulliver are just two of the star names taking part in the BDO British Classic and EDO England Masters in a mouth-watering weekend of big-time darts from Friday, July 13 to Sunday, July 15 in the Mercia Live Level and IBEX Hall 3.'Adams will be competing alongside another former World Champion John 'Boy' Walton and BBC TV favourites including Tony O'Shea, Darryl Fitton and Scott Waites. 'Gulliver ' who comes from Southam and is captain of Warwickshire County women's darts ' will be returning to her home county.'Barry Gilbey, chairman of the British Darts Organisation, said: 'The BDO and EDO are joining forces for the very first time in Coventry. And for the general public
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Martin Adams added another tournament victory to his glittering CV last weekend.

Deeping thrower ‘Wolfie’ reigned supreme in Holland to land the inaugural HAL Open in Venray.

Adams overcame Dutch favourite and reigning WDF World Cup singles champion Wesley Harms in the final.

He produced an average of 93:04 during a 3-1 triumph which followed a semi-final success over another home player, Rick Hofstra.

Adams had previously beaten old rival Tony O’Shea 5-2 in a best-of-seven-legs quarter-final clash.

This weekend Adams is back on county duty as Cambridgeshire travel to Chelmsford to take on Essex.

BDO Inter-Counties Premier Division.

Cambs are fourth and Essex fifth in the table.

Adams features in the Men’s A side along with Dennis Harbour who is gearing up for international duty next month when he will represent England in the BDO British Internationals.

Cambs teams: