James Wilson is the 2013 Zuiderduin Master. The Yorkshireman defeated Stephen Bunting 5-1 in a final that was closer than perhaps the scoreline would suggest, with missed doubles ultimately costing Bunting a second Zuiderduin Masters title.
Wilson won the first set 3-0, with Bunting missing 10 darts at double along the way, but things looked to be closing up when Wilson missed two darts at double to take the second set 3-1, allowing Bunting in to level the set and then secure it in a deciding leg.
MIGHTY MIKES STUNS TAYLOR WITH COMEBACK TO CLAIM CASH CONVERTERS PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS TITLE
MICHAEL VAN GERWEN stunned Phil Taylor with an amazing comeback from 6-3 down to win the Cash Converters Players Championship Finals title with an 11-7 triumph at the Butlins Minehead Resort on Sunday night.
The Dutch ace had entered the £250,000 event as the number one seed having topped the PDC ProTour Order of Merit with nine victories during 2013, and went on to claim his four major televised title in an incredible final.
DAVE CHISNALL claimed his third PDC ProTour victory of 2013 after defeating Robert Thornton 6-3 in Saturday’s Players Championship at the Barnsley Metrodome.
The St Helens ace began with wins over Martyn Turner and John Bowles before coming from 5-4 down to edge out in Vincent van der Voort in their last 32 clash.
Chisnall defeated Brandon Walsh before overcoming St Helens rival Michael Smith 6-3 to reach the semi-finals where he defied a 111 average to overhaul Peter Wright 6-4, winning six of the last seven legs.
PHIL TAYLOR'S incredible run of success continued with glory in the William Hill Grand Slam of Darts for a fifth time on Sunday night, as he swept past Robert Thornton 16-6 in the final.
Taylor followed up his stunning semi-final triumph over Adrian Lewis - in a game labelled by pundits as the greatest ever as the pair hit 32 180s and both averaged over 109 - with a dominant performance in the final.
Thornton had seen off Scott Waites 16-9 in their semi-final earlier in the day, but missed nine darts at a double in the game's opening leg and never recovered as Taylor opened up a 5-0 lead in the blink of an eye.