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Highlights: Scott Waites 3-0 Willy Van De Wiel

Scott Waites defeated Dutchman Willy Van de Wiel 3-0 to book his place in the second round of the BDO World Championship.

(04:35) | January 7, 2013



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Highlights: Scott Waites 7-1 Tony O'Shea

Darts Video: Scott Waites romped to his first world title as he hammered Tony O'Shea 7-1 to win the BDO World Championship.

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Enrique: Messi an inspiration

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Blanc offered vote of confidence

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Li Na: No regrets over retirement

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