Ross “The Boss” Montgomery and Aileen de Graaf were crowned Men’s and Ladies champions respectively at the prestigious Bauhaus Dutch Open, last night in De Bonte Wever, Assen.
The World’s largest open darts tournament was contested over three days of action between 31st Jan – 2nd Feb where over 5,000 players took part. Montgomery claimed the Mens singles title in dominant fashion with a 3-1 win over Brian Raman, lifting the trophy for the second time in his career.
Ross also took the pairs title with his partner Martin Adams on Sunday evening in a much tighter final, defeating Colin Roelofs and Ryan de Vreede 5-4.
In the ladies category, Aileen de Graaf was crowned Dutch Open ladies champion for the third time in her career, defeating Anca Zijlstra 5-2 in final. In the women’s pairs Ziljstra also came in as the runner-up with partner Femke van Zuiden as they lost 4-2 to English pair Lorraine Winstanley and Margaret Sutton.
In the youth categories, Mark Tabak was crowned the U18 Boys champion with a 4-2 win over fellow countryman Marcel Bus 4-2, whilst Stijn Verbakel was named U14 Boys champion after whitewashing Francesco Basili 3-0.
Defending girls champion Layla Brussel once again made it to the final but this time Lerena Rietbergen defeated her 3-1 to win the title.
For full results visit the Dutch Open website here.