Schedule and preview Friday afternoon session 2023 World Seniors Darts Championship including O'Shea-Gates and Duff-Ashton

Tungsten Time is again on the menu on Friday afternoon with more legendary players set to begin their campaigns at the 2023 World Seniors Darts Championship.

Among the ties include the ever popular, Tony O'Shea alongside a player who will likely go down a storm at the Circus Tavern if his Ally Pally debut was anything to go by in Leonard Gates.

Now known as 'Soulger', he danced onto stage to James Brown and was superb in his post match interviews getting the crowd on side or as he called them 'Spartans'. But can he find his way past O'Shea who will no doubt receive top support.

Neil Duff sealed the WDF World Championship in 2022 and as reigning champion was invited to the World Seniors and will face a player who has also won multiple times on the Lakeside stage in the legendary Lancashire Rose, Lisa Ashton.

To start the session is Bob Anderson who produced the incredible finger point after the 180 last year and will face though a player still heavily involved on the Challenge Tour and still winning titles and regular matches in Andy Jenkins. 'Jenks' is back on the big stage on Friday afternoon.

While to end the session is Keith Deller who as ever is a player practicing the most looking to recapture his 138 hitting form but faces another tough test in Mike Huntley who has been superb on the WSDT tour and anchors Welsh hopes.

Friday 10th February 2023

Afternoon (1pm GMT) – 4x Last 32 Matches

Bob Anderson (10) v Andy Jenkins

Neil Duff (8) v Lisa Ashton

Tony O’Shea (14) v Leonard Gates

Keith Deller (9) v Mike Huntley

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