A touch of Dutch

Despite feeling under the weather during the day, Wesley once again showed his strength of character and determination in a great display of darts at Lakeside last night.

Playing against an in form Daryl Fitton this was always going to be a great match, Fitton has been involved in what could be described as the two best matches so far at Lakeside this year, the first against Steve Bunting which he won. The second against Wesley which he lost.

Wes has been saying all week he does not want to be thought of, in his words “a one hit fly” in England we would call it a “one hit wonder”. I think you would all agree after two Lakeside semis in 2 years he no longer needs to worry about anymore.

So to the next round on Saturday and a replay of a semi against Tony O’Shea for whom Wesley has a great deal of respect as he does all Darts players and lovers of the Sport of Darts but of course he will be concentrating on reversing the outcome this time by letting his darts and passion for the game do the talking.

Wes has asked that I pass on his thanks for all the support and best wishes he has received from Darts lovers everywhere.