The BDO rankings have been updated after the latest weekend of action in Selsey with Wesley Harms retaining his lead but only just to Jim Williams in second place.

Dave Parletti though has also joined the battle for top spot going into fourth just behind Richard Veenstra and ahead of Scott Mitchell and Wayne Warren.

Warren himself moved up after a brilliant weekend for the Welshman which saw him reach a double final in Selsey in both the England National Singles and England Open.

This weekend also saw Mark McGeeney and Glen Durrant who have both switched to the PDC move out of the top ten which is staggering considering those two were at the top only six months ago.

It does show the dominance of the likes of Harms, Williams and Veenstra since they have left and potentially an ushering in of a new era in BDO darts.

BDO Ranking (June 18)

1 Wesley Harms (Netherlands) 384
2 Jim Williams (Wales) 365
3 Richard Veenstra (Netherlands) 351
4 Dave Parletti (England) 323
5 Scott Mitchell (England) 294
6 Wayne Warren (Wales) 292
7 Michael Unterbuchner (Germany) 287
8 Willem Mandigers (Netherlands) 283
9 Gary Robson (England) 267
10 Martijn Kleermaker (Netherlands) 262
11 Mark McGeeney (England) 258
12 Glen Durrant (England) 242
13 Mario Vandenbogaerde (Belgium) 225
14 Scott Waites (England) 222
15 Nick Kenny (Wales) 219
16 Ryan Hogarth (Scotland) 217
17 Adam Smith-Neale (England) 215
18 Chris Landman (Netherlands) 208
19 Andy Hamilton (England) 194
20 Ross Montgomery (Scotland) 189
21 Paul Hogan (England) 179
22 Wez Newton (England) 178
23 Wouter Vaes (Netherlands) 177
24 Dave Evans (England) 176
25 Martin Adams (England) 173
26= Gino Vos (Netherlands) 160
26= Nick Fullwell (England) 160
28 Aaron Turner (England) 154
29 Tony O’Shea (England) 153
30 Simon Stainton (England) 152
31 John Scott (England) 151
32 Sebastian Steyer (Poland) 150
33 Conan Whitehead (England) 149
34 Justin Thompson (Australia) 146
35= Craig Venman (England) 144
35= Martin Phillips (Wales) 144
37 Francis Carragher (Republic of Ireland) 143
38 Daniel Day (England) 141
39 Jeffrey van Egdom (Belgium) 137
40 Scott Baker (England) 133
41 Leighton Bennett (England) 132
42 Jeffrey Sparidaans (Netherlands) 129
43 Kyle McKinstry (Northern Ireland) 128
44 Mark Layton (Wales) 127
45 Adam Mould (England) 126
46 Matt Padgett (England) 125
47 Gary Stafford (England) 120
48 Dean Reynolds (Wales) 119
49 Darryl Fitton (England) 118
50 Paul Brown (Northern Ireland) 114
51 Jitse van der Wal (Netherlands) 113
52= Joe Chaney (USA) 110
52= Tony Martin (England) 110
54= Gary Stone (Scotland) 109
54= Thibault Tricole (France) 109
56 Dennie Olde Kalter (Netherlands) 105
57 Brian Raman (Belgium) 103
58 Roger Janssen (Belgium) 101
59 Rupert Frauendienst (Germany) 100
60 Mark Blandford (Wales) 95
61 Derk Telnekes (Netherlands) 93
62 Daniel Nicholls (England) 92
63= Carl Wilkinson (England) 91
63= Michael Busscher (Netherlands) 91
65 James Hurrell (England) 90
66 Ben Hazel (England) 88
67 Andreas Harrysson (Sweden) 86
68 Brian Løkken (Denmark) 85
69 Cody Harris (New Zealand) 83
70= Jason Marriott (England) 82
70= Roemer Mooijman (Netherlands) 82
72 Brian Dawson (England) 79
73 David Cameron (Canada) 78
74= Justin van Tergouw (Netherlands) 77
74= Sven Verdonck (Belgium) 77
76 Mark McGrath (New Zealand) 76
77 Mal Cuming (Australia) 75
78 Pal Szekely (Hungary) 74
79= Darren Clifford (Northern Ireland) 73
79= Leonard Gates (USA) 73
81 Julio Barbero (Spain) 71
82 Tom Sawyer (USA) 70
83 Jeremy Fagg (Australia) 69
84 Krzysztof Kciuk (Poland) 68
85= Erik van Manen (Netherlands) 67
85= Jim McEwan (Scotland) 67
87= Darren Herewini (New Zealand) 66
87= Martin C Atkins (England) 66
89= Allan Edwards (England) 62
89= Mick Connerton (England) 62
89= Mike Warburton (Wales) 62
92 John Michael (Greece) 61
93 Silko Visser (Netherlands) 58
94 Larry Butler (USA) 57
95 John Kitchin (Australia) 56
96= Andy Baetens (Belgium) 55
96= Gabriel Pascaru (Romania) 55
98= Jeff Smith (Canada) 54
98= Matt Clark (England) 54
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Author: Samuel Gill