Sandy was on hand for her third Winmau World Masters representing the United States, the American Darts Organization, the Greenville Premier Dart Assocation and the South Carolina Upstate Dart League. This time she was also representing sponsors L-Style Global, Flying Bull Darts and Kryptonite Darts along with Major League Darts as well. She received a first round "bye" and faced a very talented opponent in the second round in Northern Ireland's Nicole Dillon in a best of 7 match. Sandy got off to a slow start and lost the first three legs only having a opportunity to win the second leg. But the champion she is she dug down deep and started to climb back into the match winning the next three legs to even the match 3-3. She continued her torrid pace in the last leg building a nice lead beating Nicole to the double, but it was there she encountered problems and missed several doubles allowing her opponent to get a chance, a chance that she took full advantage of. Nicole's double 20 sent Sandy home earlier than she had hoped for. There is no shame losing in this world class field of ladies but a feeling of disappointment for opportunities missed. Next year is another year and hopefully another chance to pursue the dream of being World Champion.
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