Darts Sponsorship By Tony Kenny

Back-to-back William Hill World Darts Champion Gary Anderson a 7/2 shot to complete the hat-trick

Gary Anderson retained his William Hill World Championship title after defeating Adrian Lewis 7-5 in sets in the final at Alexandra Palace in London. ‘The Flying Scotsman’ is now rated a 7/2 shot by the tournament sponsors to make it a hat-trick of titles at the 2016/2017 William Hill World Darts Championship.


Adrian ‘Jackpot’ Lewis, who was a gallant runner-up, is quoted at 10/1 shot to go one better next year.


“Gary Anderson has proved his pedigree once again on the Alexandra Palace stage, said William Hill spokesman Tony Kenny.


“He’s clearly the man to beat and it will take an almighty effort to deny him a hat-trick of world titles.”


2016/17 William Hill World Darts Championship  

    6/4 Michael van Gerwen

    7/2 Gary Anderson

    8/1 Phil Taylor

  10/1 Adrian Lewis

  16/1 Michael Smith

  20/1 Peter Wright

  25/1 Dave Chisnall

  25/1 James Wade

  33/1 Raymond van Barneveld

  50/1 Jelle Klaasen

  66/1 Mensur Suljovic

  66/1 Robert Thornton

  80/1 Alan Norris

  80/1 Ian White

  80/1 Mark Webster

  80/1 Stephen Bunting

100/1 Benito van de Pas

100/1 Daryl Gurney

100/1 Keegan Brown

100/1 Kim Huybrechts

100/1 Simon Whitlock

100/1 Vincent van der Voort

EW ½ 1-2



(Image ref:  Gary Anderson lifts the Sid Waddell trophy after victory during the Gary Anderson v Adrian Lewis PDC World Darts Championship Final. )