LIVE: 2019 PDC World Championship Rest of the World women’s qualifier

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15:10 – Welcome to dartsweb! I’ll be following the action live from the Rest of the World women’s qualifier this afternoon as some of the world’s best battle it out for a spot at Ally Pally. Coverage starting at 4pm.

15:28 – The draw has been made a little early and there are some interesting ties! Former world finalist Corrine Hammond will play Marjolein Noijens in the last 128 whereas Bianka Langendorf, wife of Maik and Dana Verhaegen, former Antwerp Masters quarter-finalist and girlfriend of Kim Huybrechts will battle it out at the first round stage.

15:37 – In the last 64, former BDO World Championship semi-finalist Aileen de Graaf will face Marene Westermann and Europe Cup winner Sharon Prins will play Karen Heine.

16:31 – ACTION UNDERWAY: Former BDO World semi-finalist Vicky Pruim is through to the last 64.

16:36 – Dana Verhaegan has also defeated Bianka Langendorf in the last 128

16:47 – SHOCK ALERT: 2017 BDO World Finalist Corrine Hammond is OUT. She is defeated by former German Open semi-finalist Marjolein Noijens 4-3.

16:51 – Last 128 nearing a close with just three games left to play.

16:53 – Round-up of completed games so far:
Christina Schuler 4-0 Doreen Lippstreu
Jessica Reuss 4-Marina Shershukovr
Elena Schall 4-Sabine Seeger
Sayaka Kameo 4-Marina Letica
Maria Poulidou 4-Petra Lehnert
Vicky Pruim 4-Laura Soehngen
Baerbel Holst 4-Gudrun Ottermann
Vanessa Nelz 4-Anja Ritz
Ana Rita Galhanas Franco 4-Annemarie Plougheld
Lena Zollikofer 4-Corinna Sehnert
Marjolein Noijens 4-Corinne Hammond
Dana Verhaegen 4-Bianka Langendorf
Ria Niemeijer vGellecom 4-Andrea Rochow
Irina Armstrong 4-Alicia Becker
Silvia Dolores Keller 4-Petra Kugelmeier
Natasja Bonhof 4-Michaela Merseburger
Silke Lowe 4-Bettina Meinzer

17:08 – The last 64 is underway

17:10 – Amongst those through to the last 32 already are Michaela McClain, Sharon Prins, Anna Degel and Stefanie Rennoch.

17:13 – UPDATE: Three-times BDO world champion Anastasia Dobromyslova is through to the last 32 as is Aileen de Graaf.

17:15 – Target starlet and World Masters semi-finalist Mikuru Suzuki is also through to the last 32, defeating Saskia Sund 4-0.

17:17 – The final last 128 tie is also complete, Karolina Podgorska heading through 4-0.

17:20 – Last 64 games complete so far:
Mikuru Suzuki 4-Saskia Sund
Aileen de Graaf 4-Marene Westermann
Xristiana Kaliga 4-Cornelia Wanders
Stefanie Rennoch 4-Morena Wolf
Vicky Pruim 4-Tanja Rajnoga
Anna Degel 4-Marie Glowka
Anastasia Dobromyslova 4-Vanessa Nelz
Vanessa Zuidema 4-Daniela Vujovic
Neuza Beatriz da Cunha Araujo 4-Sandy Vogt
Aletta Wajer 4-Anastasia Pentagioti
Laura Ariani 4-Panagiota Sfakioti
Michaela McClain 4-Ingibjorg Magnusdottir
Sharon Prins 4-Karen Heine

17:26 – LATEST: Anouska Bierens is also through to the last 32, defeating Janine Zerneke 4-0.

17:37 – Christina Schuler 4-Silke Lowe
Snezana Veljkovic 4-Anne Dorrestijn
Simone Fegert 4-Dominique Rhaesa
Karina Nagapetynants Kaenzig 4-Denise Bonafini
Marjolein Noijens 4-Bianca Bober
Dana Verhaegen 4-Lisa Zollikofer
Jana Bormann 4-Ria Niemeijer vGellecom
Irina Armstrong 4-Sara Schliemann
Liane Hebbel 4-Helga Becker
Sayaka Kameo 4-Katarina Baic

17:51: UPDATE – Anastasia Dobromyslova is through to the last 16, defeating Anna Degel 4-1. Vicky Pruim is OUT of the qualifier, losing to Stefanie Rennoch 4-1

17:59 – Baerbel Holst 4-3 Danielle Ijpelaar
Karolina Podgorska 4-0 Maria Poulidou
Stefanie Lueck 4-2 Jessica Reuss

18:08 – Last 64 complete
Silvia Dolores Keller 4-1 Giulla Bernadelli
Natasja Bonhof 4-Chinatou Marina Chrysi
Sonja Mueller 4-2 Lena Zollikofer
Ana Rita Galhanas Franco 4-0 Miriam Goerge

18:10 – SHOCK ALERT – Former World Master Aileen de Graaf is OUT of the qualifier, defeated 4-3 by Stefanie Lueck.

18:24 – Last 32 games complete:
Mikuru Suzuki 4-Christina Schuler
Stefanie Lueck 4-Aileen de Graaf
Snezana Veljkovic 4-Elena Schall
Sayaka Kameo 4-Xristiana Kaliga
Karolina Podgorska 4-Simone Fegert
Stefanie Rennoch 4-Vicky Pruim
Baerbel Holst 4-Anouska Bierens
Anastasia Dobromyslova 4-Anna Degel
Vanessa Zuidema 4-Ana Rita Galhanas Franco
Neuza Beatriz da Cunha Araujo 4-Sonja Mueller
Karina Nagapetynants Kaenzig 4-Natasja Bonhof
Marjolein Noijens 4-Aletta Wajer
Dana Verhaegen 4-Laura Ariani
Jana Bormann 4-Michaela McClain
Irina Armstrong 4-Sharon Prins
Silvia Dolores Keller 4-Liane Hebbel

18:51 – Last 16 nearly complete with three-times world champion Anastasia Dobromyslova breezing through 4-0 against Baerbel Holst. Other results:

Mikuru Suzuki 4-2 Stefanie Lueck
Karolina Podgorska 4-Stefanie Rennoch
Neuza Beatriz da Cunha Araujo 4-Vanessa Zuidema
Marjolein Noijens 4-Karina Nagapetynants Kaenzig
Dana Verhaegen 4-Jana Bormann 
19:21 – Final last 16 results:
Sayaka Kameo 4-Snezana Veljkovic
Silvia Dolores Keller 4-3 Irina Armstrong
19:23 – THROUGH TO THE SEMI-FINALS: Anastasia Dobromyslova and Neuza Beatriz da Cunha Araujo are both through to the last four after defeating Karolina Podgorska and Marjolein Norjens 4-1 and 4-0 respectively.

19:54 – Silvia Dolores Keller 4 – 2 Dana Verhaegan
19:58 – The final result from the quarter-finals is in and Mikuru Suzuki will play Anastasia Dobromyslova in the semi-finals after she defeated Sayaka Kameo 4-1
20:00 – Semi-final line-up:
Mikuru Suzuki vs. Anastasia Dobromyslova
Neuza Beatriz da Cunha Araujo vs. Silvia Dolores Keller
20:29 – Three-times world champion Anastasia Dobromyslova is through to the final of the Rest of the World women’s qualifier, defeating Mikuru Suzuki 5-2
20:34 – Silvia Dolores Keller will face her in the final after she defeated Neuza Beatriz da Cunha Araujo 5-2
20:57 – ON THE BRINK: Anastasia Dobromyslova is 4-0 up on Silvia Dolores Keller
21:06 – WINNER: Anastasia Dobromyslova has won the 2019 PDC World Championship women’s qualifier after defeating Silvia Dolores Keller 6-0. Congratulations to Ana!
21:08 – THANK YOU: That concludes today’s coverage of the PDC World Championship Rest of the World women’s qualifier. Thank you for joining us!
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VICTORIOUS: Ana is heading to the Ally Pally

 

 

 

 

 

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