|Nickname:||Ace of Herts|
|Dateofbirth:||4 September 1974|
|Music:||Burn in my Light by Mercy Drive|
|Pdc:||1998 - present|
|Pdc World:||Last 16 2000, 2001, 2004, 2008|
|Matchplay:||Quarter-finals 2000, 2003|
|Grand Prix:||Second round 2001, 2002, 2005, 2007|
|Championship League:||Initial groups, 6th, 2008|
|Vegas:||Last 16 2005|
|European:||First round 2008|
|Uk Open:||Quarter-finals 2005, 2006|
|Pc Finals:||First round 2009|
|Tournament:||JR+Vauxhall Plus Classic|
UK Open NW Regional
|Updated:||June 21, 2008|
He made his first impression on the darts circuit at the 1998 Dutch Open by reaching the semi-finals. He made his World Championship debut in 1999 but lost his first match to Rod Harrington. His overall record in the World Championship was quite disappointing, winning just three matches in his first eight attempts - but four times he has reached the last 16.
Roy won his first PDC title in March 2004 by beating Wayne Mardle at the JR+Vauxhall Holiday Park 128 Plus Classic and in May 2004 he reached the final of the Antwerp Open, losing to Colin Lloyd. In the following March he took his first Pro Tour (non-televised) title at the North West Regional Final of the UK Open beating Ronnie Baxter in the final. He has reached two other PDC non-televised finals since - the 2006 Sheppey Classic (losing 5-6 to Colin Osborne) and the 2007 Welsh Players Championship, when he beat Phil Taylor in the last 32 before losing the final to Raymond van Barneveld. He avenged that defeat to van Barneveld the following month at the Irish Players Championship before losing to Adrian Lewis in the quarter finals.
In October 2008 Roy won his first PDC title since March 2005 with victory at the Scottish Players Championship event in Irvine, beating Denis Ovens in a deciding leg in the final with a 161 checkout.
Roy's entrance music is "Burn in My Light" by Mercy Drive, which was the former theme of professional wrestler Randy Orton. Roy even does Orton's trademark pose to the song once he steps onto the oche.
2009 (PDC) Last 64 lost to Kevin McDine 1-3
2008 (PDC) Last 16 lost to John Part 0-4
2007 (PDC) Last 32 lost to Roland Scholten 3-4
2006 (PDC) Last 64 lost to Alan Tabern 2-3
2005 (PDC) Last 32 lost to Phil Taylor 0-4
2004 (PDC) Last 16 lost to Alan Warriner-Little 3-4
2003 (PDC) Last 32 lost to Denis Ovens 1-4
2002 (PDC) Last 32 lost to Colin Lloyd 2-4
2001 (PDC) Last 16 lost to Dave Askew 2-3
2000 (PDC) Last 16 lost to Alan Warriner-Little 0-3
1999 (PDC) Last 32 lost to Rod Harrington 0-3