The top averages have been revealed from the World Cup Of Darts in three different categories: single game, team and individual in team.

William O’Connor with his 115 effort during his victory over Rob Cross tops the single game standings. This is ahead of Mensur Suljovic who himself produced a stunning 113 average. Peter Wright finalizes the top three with 110.29 in his Quarter-Final win. Scotland themselves though also topped the pairs averages.

The champions showed their worth in this format hitting a 101 average. As did runners-up Ireland who are next on 100.20. Surprise package Canada are next with 97.56 showing how good they were this past weekend.

Great individual performances can be the catalyst in pairs and this showed in the last table. Steve Lennon leads with 109.15 during their semi-final win. Gary Anderson is next on 105.28 and Krzysztof Ratajski is next with 104.24. Interestingly only Lennon appears from the Ireland team in the top 15 showing the impact the Carlow ace had on proceedings.


Author: Samuel Gill