PDC 

Anderson Out Of The World Matchplay

Daryl Gurney caused the biggest upset at this years Betvictor World Matchplay, as he dumped out the world number two and second seed Gary Anderson. This was the biggest win of Gurney’s career to date, as he booked a quarter-final spot against Mensur Suljovic. The Northern Ireland star produced a stunning display from start to finish, as he averaged 103 and a massive 55% on his finishing. Anderson raced to a 3-0 lead in the early stages, but a 104 finished gave Gurney a lifeline going into the first break….

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Perth Masters PDC 

Draw For The Perth Masters

The draw for the first round of the Perth Masters has taken place, and has thrown up some mouth watering ties. The standout match is a repeat of a game we saw in Sydney, as world number one Michael van Gerwen will take on home favourite Kyle Anderson. The pair met in the quarter-final of the Sydney Masters and served up a real treat. Michael won the tie 10-6 in a real roof raiser, that again showed that it’s surely only a matter of time till he breaks the PDC…

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PDC 

World Matchplay Runners and Riders

World number one Michael van Gerwen will be looking to defend the crown he won last year, but in what has been described as the best World Matchplay lineup ever, it could be the Dutchman’s toughest test yet. So far in 2016 van Gerwen has raised the bar in darts to unbelievable heights. Van Gerwen has already won the first three majors in 2016 winning: The Masters, UK Open and the Premier League and set a new record TV averaging of 123.40 in Aberdeen when he beat Michael Smith 7-1….

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PDC 

Hat-Trick For Anderson

Gary Anderson snatched a hat-trick of World Series titles, by winning the Tokyo Masters beating world number one Michael van Gerwen 8-6. Having already won in Dubai and Auckland, Anderson would have already been full of confidences as the World Matchplay approaches. Van Gerwen had won the other World Series event in Shanghai last weekend. Now the top two players in the world would now go head to head again. The pair shared the first ten legs as they all went with the throw, until the 11th leg when the…

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PDC 

World Matchplay 1st Round Draw

The draw for the first round of the BetVictor World Matchplay has been done, and it’s fair to say there are some significant ties that we can all look forward to. Michael van Gerwen is the reigning champion and will be looking to get off to a great start as he faces Jamie Caven. The Dutch giant won the championship last year, seeing off James Wade in the final to take home the trophy and a massive pay cheque of £100,000. He will be looking forward to returning to Blackpool…

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PDC 

Day 1 In Tokyo Roundup

Day one of the Tokyo Masters is complete, with all the PDC stars making it through the opening round. In fairness, none of the seeds had to get out of second gear, as the local talent failed to test them. World number one Michael van Gerwen was showing some signs of rust, following his holiday in Thailand after the Shanghai Masters. Van Gerwen dropped three legs against Masumi Chino, on his way to a 6-3 victory. Snakebite Peter Wright whitewashed Chikara Fujimori. In total, the seeds only lost ten legs…

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PDC 

Van Gerwen Wins In Shanghai

Majestic Michael van Gerwen got back to winning ways at the weekend when he beat James Wade 8-3 to win the Shanghai Masters. Van Gerwen was on a run of no win in this last three competitions, which for the Dutchman could be seen as a crisis as he has blown everyone away over the previous three years. The world number one was pushed the whole way by a rejuvenated James Wade. Wade had beaten Gerwen in Auckland and had also won three of the last four meetings between the…

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PDC 

Anderson Wins In Ackland

Double world champion Gary Anderson won successive World Series titles, after a thrilling victory over the 2015 Auckland Master Adrian Lewis. The world champion first faced a tough looking semi-final, against the five-time champion of the world Raymond van Barneveld. Anderson had the packed house on the edge of their seats, winning 11-7 with a mind-blowing average of 111.37. Lewis overcame James Wade in the other semi-final, winning 11-9 in a game that could have gone either way. Wade had dumped out the world number one Michael van Gerwen, in…

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