Slick Rick into grand final

Steve Jannaway was runner-up in the plate competition
Steve Jannaway was runner-up in the plate competition
Louis Arnell hit at 120 finish. Picture: Sarah Standing (160515-7312)

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Ricky Williams emerged victorious from the final qualifying competition of the Portsmouth Autumn Grand Prix series.

And with it he booked his place in the grand final.

Williams claimed victory with a 3-0 win over Bob Crawley in the final.

He had earlier beaten Tim Hope 2-0 in the semis and Frankie Howard 2-0 in the last eight.

Crawley dispatched Martin Stead 2-0 in his quarter-final before beating Paul Gibbs by the same margin.

Dale Masterman and Sam Head completed the quarter-final line-up.

Andy Jenkins won the plate contest, defeating Steve Jannaway in the final.

Hope earned a £10 Choice Bet voucher with a 142 finish, while Gibbs and Masterman both checked out on 126. Williams hit a 112 game-shot, Crawley finished on 111 and Stead and Jannaway had check-outs of 106 and 105 respectively.

Gary Stafford also won a Choice Bet voucher for his 11-dart leg.

Meanwhile, other fast games came from Mike Gillet (13), Crawley, Howard, Gibbs, Mason Riou (all 14).