BDO World Darts Championships
- Venue: Lakeside Country Club, Frimley Green
- Date: 5-13 January
Coverage: Live on BBC and ESPN, reports and scores on BBC Sport website with a live text commentary on the final
Three-time champion Martin Adams was knocked out of the BDO World Darts Championships with a shock 3-2 defeat by Dutch teenager Jimmy Hendriks.
The 52-year-old Adams, who won the Lakeside title in 2007, 2010 and 2011, struggled with his doubles throughout.
Hendriks took the first set before second seed Adams levelled the match.
- Date of birth: 19/03/1994
- BDO ranking: 26
- Career Earnings : £1,893
- Lithuania Open Winner 2012
- WDF World Youth Cup and World Youth Masters winner 2011
The 18-year-old debutant went 2-1 ahead and with Adams failing to find the doubles, the Dutch player capitalised to secure a place in the second round.
Adams's exit means there will be a new winner this year, as all the former champions who started the tournament have been knocked out.
advanced to the second round thanks to a 3-2 win over Jamie Wilson.
Bunting won the opening set but Wilson responded by taking the next two sets to go 2-1 up. Bunting started the fourth set strongly with a 130 checkout and went on to set up a decider.
The 27-year-old Liverpudlian took control in the fifth set and, although he missed 60 for the match and then double five, sealed the win on double one to set up a meeting with Darryl Fitton in the next round.
is also through, less than a month after suffering a heart attack.
The 35-year-old from Gillingham beat Scotsman Gary Stone 3-1 and will now face Tony O'Shea on Tuesday.
In other matches, England's
beat Mark Barilli of Scotland 3-2,
edged Jeffrey de Graaf 3-2 in the all-Dutch clash and
of the Netherlands defeated Rune David of Norway 3-1.
In the women's quarter-finals,
of the Netherlands beat Irina Armstrong of Germany 2-1,
of Russia progressed at the expense of England's Lorraine Farlam and another Englishwoman
downed compatriot Deta Hedman 2-0.