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Gerwyn Price wins International Darts Open to claim third title of 2019

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Gerwyn Price kept his International Darts Open title, beating on Rob Cross 8-6 at a thrilling final.
This past Year the Iceman maintained his maiden European Tour title and he returned to help keep his hands on the trophy with a dazzling run that surfaced in a classy final against Voltage
Cost whose two other titles this season came with an Players Championship double in February, started his weekend’s work on Saturday with a 6-4 win on Kyle Anderson and on Sunday the same scoreline accounted for Joe Murnan and then a quarter-final triumph over UK Open winner Nathan Aspinall, who had headed 4-2.
He made his very best display from the semi-finals from Glen Durrant, pulling clear to bring a victory with a 102 typical and seven doubles from 13 attempts, such as a 144 voucher, as he moved to the decider.
The Welshman sealed the 25,000 first prize name in a that watched Cross, that beat Richard North, Joe Cullen, John Henderson and Peter Wright to the closing on his approach, love the better of the early stages.
A 12-dart break of throw saw Voltage in a 148 checkout and front early saw 4-2 moves up. The Iceman’s 121 got him back inside a leg just to border clear again before Price awakened in fashion.
Some clutch third-dart doubling saw him take the next few legs to proceed upward 6-5, penalizing three misses. Voltage recovered to par but Price followed a 177 to border 7-6 up before taking out 108 on shirts to affix the title.
“It’s the first time that I’ve defended a name, so I’m over the moon,” said Price, who will defend his Grand Slam of Darts title in November.
“Every game is similar to that [final] for me now and when I play with people like Glen and the very best players in the world like Rob, it is never going to be easy. I am happy to have over the winning line.
“I had three weeks off and after the breakup, I was not very confident – I shifted my darts, had a new pair of darts and it appeared to work for me.
“I typically start pretty well at the start of the season and then cut off, ideally that is a bit different this season. After winning this one, I confident.
“Perhaps [I’ll possess ] a weekend off next week and then I can look forward to Gibraltar and the rest of the year”
Phil Taylor, Rod Studd and Fallon Sherrock joined the Darts Show podcast to talk tungsten, and Taylor suggested that Leighton Bennett ought to be part of the Grand Slam line-up.
Rod Studd pondered the program and considers the Very Best from the game Might Need to look to tennis and golf top professionals target the Largest prizes and to manage the load
Women’s world No 4 Fallon Sherrock is targeting a place at Alexandra Palace and the World Championship although our resident champion Colin Lloyd believes the recent name of Joe Cullen can see him kick
It’s not very long to wait patiently till darts is back on Sky Sports, the World Grand Prix gets underway Sunday, October 6 at Dublin’s Citywest Arena and seven times of coverage continues until the final on Saturday.

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