Wales became the world's top darts team with a three two win over Scotland in the final of the first Unicorn World Darts Championships in London on Sunday night (30 March).
SV Gibraltar player fails to make his score
SV (same shot) South African player wins game with third dart
SV Scoreboard during Malta v. Canada game
SV Maltese player misses his number
SV (same shot) Canadian player wins game with third dart (double 10)
SV Scoreboard for final, scotland v. Wales
SV Scottish player scores 120
SV (same shot) Scottish player scores 85
SV Scots player scores 64
SV Welsh player wins with second dart
SV Second Scots player scores 24
SV Second Welsh player wins game with third dart
SV Audience applaud
SV Two Welsh players with trophy
Initials CL/1707 CL/1725
Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved
Background: Wales became the world's top darts team with a three two win over Scotland in the final of the first Unicorn World Darts Championships in London on Sunday night (30 March).
Teams from Britain, Australia, Canada, Belgium, Denmark, Gibraltar, Lebanon, Malta, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States and West Germany took part. Despite the international flavour, many of the competitors were British born players now living overseas.
The final was between Wales and Scotland. The Welsh were represented by two players, one of whom gave up his mining job to take part. Two teams were level at two-all after three singles matches and a double. The game then resorted to singles and the Welsh player Ray Phillips won with a double 12.
All teams started at 601. They could start with any number but had to finish with a double score.