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Felix McBrearty

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Nickname  The Cat
World Grand Prix  Last 32: 2008
Laterality  Right-handed

PDC  2004-2010
Name  Felix McBrearty
World Ch'ship  Last 64: 2009
Home town  Dro
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Born  4 May 1963 (age 52) Northern Ireland (1963-05-04)

Players Ch'ship Finals  Last 32: 2009

World championships 2009 rd 1 barrie bates v felix mcbrearty pt 1


Felix McBrearty (born 26 October 1964) is a Northern Irish darts player who played in the Professional Darts Corporation.

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Career

Felix McBrearty World Championships 2009 Rd 1 Barrie Bates v Felix McBrearty pt

McBrearty began playing in PDC ranked event in 2004, playing mainly in Irish tournaments. McBrearty caused a major surprise by winning the Ireland Open Autumn Classic, beating Tony Ayres, Kevin McDine, Colin Osborne, Michael van Gerwen, Andy Hamilton and Colin Lloyd before defeating Chris Mason in the final to win the £5,000 top prize. His win earned him a place in the 2008 World Grand Prix where he lost in the first round to Wayne Mardle.

McBrearty continued his good form by reaching the quarter finals of the 2008 Killarney Pro Tour where he lost to the eventual winner Terry Jenkins. His performances earned him a spot in the 2009 PDC World Darts Championship and the 2009 Players Championship Finals. At the World Championship, Barrie Bates beat McBrearty 3-0, while at the Players Championship Finals, he lost 6-2 to world number six Mervyn King.

PDC

  • 2009: 1st Round (lost to Barrie Bates 0-3)
  • References

    Felix McBrearty Wikipedia


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