Pilley goes for his third effort – Anjema for the 2nd title!

Cameron Pilley (pic) moved into his 3rd consecutive Dutch Open final, after beating England’s Chris Ryder in straight games (11-9, 11-5, 11-8) of the 1st semi final. Pilley, the world No.14, takes on Dutch No.1 seed Laurens Jan Anjema in his quest to make it ‘third time lucky’ after losing out to Nick Matthew (2008) and Daryl Selby (2009) in the two previous finals! In semi-final No.2 Anjema demolishes Australian Stewart Boswell, when Anjema was in total control from start to finish and hardly made anything wrong as he claimed a 11-5, 11-5, 11-1 victory to go now for his 2nd Dutch Open title after 2004.