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Mike Veitch Personal information Nickname The Cat Date of birth August 15, 1960 (1960-08-15) (age 50) Place of birth , Scotland Home town Bonnyrigg, West Lothian, Scotland Darts information Playing darts since 1990 Darts - Laterality Right-handed Walk-on music Ready to Go by Republica Organisation (see split in darts) BDO since 1990 Current world ranking 72 (WDF) BDO majors - best performances World Ch'ship QF 2006 World Masters QF 2002 World Darts Trophy SF 2005 Int. Darts League Last 16 2005 Other tournament wins Tournament Years England Open Scottish Open Welsh Classic Scottish National Championship 2006 2004 2005 2008 Michael Veitch (born 15 August 1960) is a Scottish darts player who competes in events staged by the British Darts Organisation. Contents 1 Playing career 2 Controversy 3 World Championship performances 4 References 5 External links // Playing career He made his televised debut at the 1990 Embassy World Championship losing in the first round to Brian Cairns, but it would be another 12 years before he returned to the Lakeside Country Club to play at the tournament again. He has won several non-televised Open events including the Scottish Open in 2004, the Welsh Classic in 2005 and the England Open in 2006 - but has failed to make an impression in the World Championship. His best run at Lakeside came in 2006 when he beat Ulf Cedar and Stephen Roberts before losing to Martin Adams in the quarter-finals. Controversy Veitch has been involved in some controversy during his career. At the 2007 BDO World Darts Championship he refused to shake hands with Mervyn King after his defeat in the last 16. King had been rumoured (which were subsequently true) to be joining the rival organisation, the Professional Darts Corporation. Veitch later said that he had been put off by King shouting whilst collecting his darts from the board. At the 2007 Glencarn International Classic during a 7-0 win against Gary Robson, Veitch's mobile phone went off twice during the match causing upset to his opponent who offered to concede the match as a result of the incident. Veitch has also been known to be a stickler for the rules, refusing to play games if players have access to water (in case it contains alcohol) World Championship performances 2008 (BDO) last 32 lost to Scott Waites 1-3 2007 (BDO) last 16 lost to Mervyn King 2-4 2006 (BDO) Quarter Final lost to Martin Adams 2-5 2005 (BDO) last 16 lost to Raymond van Barneveld 1-3 2002 (BDO) last 32 lost to Co StompĂ© 0-3 1990 (BDO) last 32 lost to Brian Cairns 0-3 References External links Veitch profile Lakeside 2006 World Championship brochure. Mike Veitch's profile and stats on Darts Database Persondata Name Veitch, Mike Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1960-08-15 Place of birth Scotland Date of death Place of death