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world championship 2019

pabloescaban

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round 1 order of play:

Friday December 14
Afternoon Session (1230)
Michael Barnard v Jose De Sousa (R1)
Alan Tabern v Raymond Smith (R1)
Paul Nicholson v Kevin Burness (R1)
Jamie Lewis v Schindler/Harris (R2)

Evening Session (1900)
Danny Noppert v Royden Lam (R1)
Simon Stevenson v Ted Evetts (R1)
Chris Dobey v Boris Koltsov (R1)
Gary Anderson v Nicholson/Burness (R2)

Saturday December 15
Afternoon Session (1230)
Richard North v Robert Marijanovic (R1)
Mickey Mansell v Jim Long (R1)
Josh Payne v Jeff Smith (R1)
Max Hopp v Noppert/Lam (R2)

Evening Session (1900)
Toni Alcinas v Craig Ross (R1)
Ryan Searle v Stephen Burton (R1)
Keegan Brown v Karel Sedlacek (R1)
Michael van Gerwen v Tabern/Ray Smith (R2)

Sunday December 16
Afternoon Session (1230)
Gabriel Clemens v Aden Kirk (R1)
William O’Connor v Yordi Meeuwisse (R1)
Brendan Dolan v Yuanjun Liu (R1)
Dave Chisnall v Payne/J Smith (R2)

Evening Session (1900)
Luke Humphries v Adam Hunt (R1)
Matthew Edgar v Darius Labanauskas (R1)
Ross Smith v Paul Lim (R1)
Peter Wright v Alcinas/Ross (R2)

Monday December 17 (1900)
Vincent van der Voort v Lourence Ilagan (R1)
Wayne Jones v Devon Petersen (R1)
Ryan Joyce v Anastasia Dobromyslova (R1)
Raymond van Barneveld v Edgar/Labanauskas (R2)

Tuesday December 18
Afternoon Session (1230)
Robert Thornton v Daniel Larsson (R1)
Ricky Evans v Rowby-John Rodriguez (R1)
Krzysztof Ratajski v Seigo Asada (R1)
Darren Webster v Van der Voort/Ilagan (R2)

Evening Session (1900)
Steve Lennon v James Bailey (R1)
Ron Meulenkamp v Diogo Portela (R1)
Dimitri Van den Bergh v Chuck Puleo (R1)
Daryl Gurney v Ross Smith/Lim (R2)

Wednesday December 19
Afternoon Session (1230)
Nathan Aspinall v Geert Nentjes (R1)
Jeffrey de Graaf v Noel Malicdem (R1)
Joe Cullen v Dolan/Liu (R2)
Kim Huybrechts v Thornton/Larsson (R2)
 

smithysmudge

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I thought Lisa Ashton gave a good account of herself last night she had Jan Deckker sweating a bit at the start of the tie. She threw some pretty good darts but faded as the tie went on.
 

pabloescaban

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yeah she was averaging 105 in the first set, then just tailed off, if she'd kept it up, she'd have won easy but his snarling and OTT celebrations seem to have rattled her...women players are going to have to get used to this if they're hoping to do anything in future comps against the men
 

smithysmudge

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Sadly women are too honest and just play the game in the manner its meant to be played they don’t go OTT to put their opponents off. I guess it could have been worse she could have been playing Gerwyn Price he takes winding up opponents to a new level :)
 

pabloescaban

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next few days of fixtures, we've already lost some big names, RVB, Simon Whitlock and Peter Wright all out...it's opened up the field a bit.

Thursday December 20
Afternoon Session (1230)
Jermaine Wattimena v Michael Barnard (R2)
Alan Norris v Steve Lennon (R2)
Stephen Bunting v Luke Humphries (R2)
Steve Beaton v Chris Dobey (R2)

Evening Session (1900)
Cristo Reyes v Rowby-John Rodriguez (R2)
Mervyn King v Jan Dekker (R2)
Adrian Lewis v Ted Evetts (R2)
Mensur Suljovic v Ryan Searle (R2)

Friday December 21
Afternoon Session (1230)
Benito van de Pas v Jim Long (R2)
John Henderson v Gabriel Clemens (R2)
Steve West v Richard North (R2)
Kyle Anderson v Noel Malicdem (R2)

Evening Session (1900)
Ian White v Devon Petersen (R2)
Jelle Klaasen v Keegan Brown (R2)
Gerwyn Price v Nathan Aspinall (R2)
Jonny Clayton v Dimitri Van den Bergh (R2)

Saturday December 22
Afternoon Session (1230)
Ryan Joyce v Norris/Lennon (R3)
Dave Chisnall v Kim Huybrechts (R3)
Daryl Gurney v Jamie Lewis (R3)

Evening Session (1900)
Suljovic/Searle v William O’Connor (R3)
Gary Anderson v Wattimena/Barnard (R3)
Michael van Gerwen v Max Hopp (R3)

Sunday December 23
Afternoon Session (1230)
Vincent Van der Voort v Beaton/Dobey (R3)
Brendan Dolan v King/Dekker (R3)
Wade/Asada v Klaasen/Brown (R3)

Evening Session (1900)
A Lewis/Evetts v Darius Labanauskas (R3)
Price/Aspinall v K Anderson/Malicdem (R3)
Rob Cross v Reyes/Rodriguez (R3
 

joe516

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James Wade has apologised for his behaviour during and after his victory against Seigo Asada at the PDC Darts World Championships, saying he was "fighting a battle" with himself.

Wade, who won 3-2 in the second round, celebrated in his Japanese opponent's face after clinching the second set.

After Wednesday's win, Wade, said he "wanted to hurt him in his face
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/darts/46632477
 

rs500nutter

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Yeah was a bit extreme with his actions and glad to see he has apologised for it etc wether he gets sanctioned for it who knows :grimacing:
 

nicoj24

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Old Eric Bristow would have loved it playing against these lot in his pomp would have beat most of them before they got on the oche.
 

joe516

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NATHAN ASPINALL dumped out Gerwyn Price, while Devon Petersen shocked Ian White on an incredible day of comebacks at the 2018/19 William Hill World Darts Championship.

Day Nine of the £2.5 million event saw the final eight second round matches take place at Alexandra Palace, with Grand Slam of Darts champion Price surrendering a 2-0 lead to former World Youth Champion Aspinall.

The opening two sets both went to last leg deciders, with Price edging both 3-2 to take a commanding 2-0 lead.

Set three also went the full five legs, but after Price missed the bullseye for a 3-0 victory, ProTour event winner Aspinall hit double 16 with his last dart in hand to get his first set on the board.

Growing in confidence, Aspinall hit a 140 checkout to take the third set 3-1, and then took the lead for the first time since the opening leg to go 1-0 up in the deciding set before reeling off the last two legs to secure a famous win
 

Jethro

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Gerwyn Price won't be shouting in anybodys face in this year's world darts championship now will he, I bet G.Anderson has a little smile on his face tho.
 
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