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Dutch Open 2016
Press Release from the NDB.‘Wolfie’ Martin Adams is celebrating today after claiming his fourth Dutch Open Championship last night. The three times World Champion from Peterborough won three sets to one in a competition that attracted a field of more than 3,000 players. For Adams it was the fourth time he won this title. Earlier he became Dutch Open Champion in 2010, 2011 and 2015. In a thrilling final, his opponent Danny Noppert from Holland played well and threw a 170 and 161 finish.
Both darters were serenaded by the enthusiastic darts fans in the Bonte Wever in Assen. Martin 'Wolfie' Adams picked up the trophy and wins an amount of € 5,000 euros.The Englishman was lucky in the semi-final against Kevin McDine. Adams lost the first set, but because 'Supa Mc' missed a lot of doubles the experienced ‘Wolfie’ came back and won the match 2-1 in sets.
In the women’s final it was Lisa Ashton who won the title for the first time. In a thrilling final against Lorraine Winstanley she bent a 4-2 deficit into a 5-4 victory.
We also have three fantastic youth champions. Maikel Verberk claimed the boys title for the second time in a row, Priscilla Steenbergen took the girls title and Gian van Veen was the strongest by the under 14.
Photographs by courtesy of Dutch Open Darts / Hans Willink.
Wolfie Retains Title in Dutch Open 2016
Our Congratulations go to England's Martin Adams and Lisa Ashton on winning their respective tournaments at the Dutch Open, in Martin's case retaining the title.
Martin defeated Danny Noppert of the Netherlands by 3 sets to 1 in the final and Lisa beat Lorraine Winstanley (England) by 5 legs to 4, coming back from 4-2 down.Dutch Open (Men) DrawsheetDutch Open (Women) Drawsheet
Dutch Open 2016 - Pairs Results
Men's Pairs Champions: Mark McGeeney (left of centre) and Jimmy Hendriks.
Women's Pairs Champions: Sharon Prins (left of centre) and Aileen de Graaf.NDB Press ReleaseDrawsheet - Men's PairsDrawsheet - Women's Pairs