The WDF World Championship at Lakeside continues Sunday with the second day of play. Once again, 12 duels from the first round are scheduled, including eight from the men's tournament and four from the women's tournament.
It is a Dutch heavy day with four taking to the iconic stage in Frimley Green on Sunday. Moreno Blom is the first of this foursome. He will make his Lakeside debut during the afternoon session against Gábor Takács. Then Priscilla Steenbergen will battle Kim Mitchell, before Jarno Bottenberg faces Jamie Lewis. Another appearance on stage on Sunday afternoon is Liam Maendl-Lawrance. He will meet Mike Gillet in the opening match.
Tournament Centre WDF Lakeside World Championship 2023: Schedule, all results, TV Guide and prize money breakdown
Title favorite Leonard Gates also starts his tournament on Sunday night. He will play Brian Corbett in the first round. Former Tour Card holder David Pallett will make his appearance against Swiss Thomas Junghans. At the end of the evening session, Dennie Olde Kalter is in action. He faces off with Antony Allen.
Live stream for Lakeside
This year's tournament is mainly shown online with streams through the channels of the WDF, Winmau and Tungsten Tales the live streams will be made available as well as Ayozat TV on Sky and their website.
Distribution of prize money at Lakeside
The total prize pool for the WDF Lakeside World Championship includes £257,000 in prize money. That is a lot less than in 2022, when £300,000 was paid out.
The main prize for the winner of the men's and women's tournament did remain the same. The winner in the men's will take home 50,000 pounds in prize money. The winner in the women's will receive a check for 25,000 pounds.
Playing schedule Lakeside 2023
Sunday, Dec. 3
Afternoon session (from 1 p.m.)
Liam Maendl-Lawrance v Mike Gillet (R1 men)
Kirsty Hutchinson v Mayumi Ouchi (R1 ladies)
Laszlo Kadar v Edwin Torbjörnsson (R1 men)
Moreno Blom v Gábor Takács (R1 men)
Kym Mitchell v Priscilla Steenbergen (R1 ladies)
Jamie Lewis v Jarno Bottenberg (R1 men)
Evening session (from 7 p.m.)
Thomas Junghans v David Pallett (R1 men)
Suzanne Smith v Victoria Monaghan (R1 ladies)
Benjamin Pratnemer v Davie Kirwan (R1 men)
Leonard Gates v Brian Corbett (R1 men)
Nicole Regnaud v Anna Forsmark (R1 ladies)
Antony Allen v Dennie Olde Kalter (R1 men)