| The Bulldog|
Last 32: 1994
| 1989-1994, 2012-|
| 1 June 1964 (age 51)
Hastings, England (1964-06-01) |
Alan Warriner‑Little, Rod Harrington, Jamie Harvey, Cliff Lazarenko
Quarter Final: 1993
Shayne Burgess Wikipedia
Shayne Burgess (born 1 June 1964 in Hastings) is a former English darts player.
Burgess reached the quarter finals of the British Open in 1992 and the quarter-finals of the Winmau World Masters in 1993. Burgess switched to the PDC (then known as the WDC), and reached the semi finals of the 1994 World Matchplay in his first televised event in the WDC.
He reached the semi finals of the 1999 PDC World Championship, when he lost a 4-5 in to Peter Manley, and the quarter finals of the 2000 PDC World Championship. Burgess also finished as runner-up in both the 1999 and 2000 World Grand Prixs, losing to Phil Taylor in both finals.
Aside from achieving a 9-dart finish at the Eastbourne Pro event in February 2001, Burgess' form declined for a couple of years after his 1998-2000 peak. However, Burgess then suddenly reached the final of the inaugural UK Open in 2003, again losing to Taylor.
In 2008, after years of a big decline in his form, Burgess left the PDC circuit. In 2011, Burgess was playing on the BDO circuit, and he hit the second 9-dart finish of his career in September 2012, during a Sussex Super League game. Burgess continues to play for the Hastings team of the Sussex Superleague's East Division, along with fellow former PDC player Adrian Gray.1995: Failed to qualify past group stage
1996: Failed to qualify past group stage
1997: Failed to qualify past group stage
1998: Quarter Final (lost to Phil Taylor 0–4)
1999: Semi Final (lost to Peter Manley 4–5)
2000: Quarter Final (lost to Dennis Priestley 4–5)
2001: Last 32 (lost to Roland Scholten 0–3)
2002: Last 16 (lost to Phil Taylor 1–6)
2003: Last 32 (lost to Roland Scholten 1–4)