World Champion Duff reclaims World Number One spot in WDF ranking from Hurrell

Neil Duff is again World Number One in the WDF (World Darts Federation) after winning the Pacific Masters in Australia over the past weekend.

The reigning World Champion has taken over from James Hurrell with 777 points followed by 'Hillbilly' who sits on 711 points. Luke Littler will likely have at least another year in the WDF system due to him turning 16 days after Q-School but is third at the age of 15 with 655 points.

World finalist Thibault Tricole is fourth, while also in the top 10 include Jelle Klaasen, Haupai Puha and Raymond Smith - with the latter sealing a spot at Lakeside but it will be one he is unlikely to take due to the PDC World Championship as he makes his return to Ally Pally.

Beau Greaves after her triumph in Australia comfortably is ahead in the Women's rankings with 1,641 points with Deta Hedman on 1,190 points. Kirsty Hutchinson rounds out the top three. Fallon Sherrock is also in the top 10 and sits eighth.

While after playing her first WDF action of the season, Lisa Ashton sits 32nd in the rankings but like Sherrock is unlikely to play in Frimley Green due to the PDC edition.

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