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Darts results: Suzuki and Winstanley to clash in BDO Women’s World Championship final


Mikuru Suzuki is into the Lakeside final on debut (Picture: Getty)

There will be a brand new winner of the BDO Women’s World Championship on Saturday as Mikuru Suzuki and Lorraine Winstanley both book their place in the final for the first time.

Suzuki is on debut at Lakeside and is yet to drop a set en route to the final, while Winstanley has reached the showpiece match on her ninth visit to the famous venue in Frimley Green.

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The Japanese star took on Maria O’Brien in the first semi-final on Friday afternoon and came through 2-0 in a slightly topsy-turvy performance.

‘The Miracle’ ended with a very decent average of 76.1 and hit a 180 along the way, but her finishing was a little slack, finishing with a checkout ratio of just 24%%.

Suzuki put on a much improved display from the quarter-finals (Picture: Getty)

It still ended up being a relatively comfortable win for Suzuki, though, with O’Brien not performing anything like she did in the quarter-finals.

The Plymouth thrower averaged over 86 in the last eight against Fallon Sherrock, but could only manage 69 against Mikuru.

The second semi was a much more even affair as Winstanley had to come from one set down to beat Anastasia Dobromyslova.

The Russian star took the first set, but the number one seed was not to be rattled and her excellent finishing made the difference in the end.

Lorraine Winstanley is into the world final (Picture: Getty Images Europe)

The Englishwoman checked out at over 38%, which took her to victory against Anastasia who was scoring much more heavily than her opponent.

Dobromyslova hit the only maximum of the contest, more scores of 130+, more visits of 90+ and finished with the higher average, but her inferior doubling let her down.

Winstanley and Suzuki will battle it out for the world title on Saturday afternoon at Lakeside.

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