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Twice world champion Gary Anderson came by facing the winner takes everything with fellow Somerset player Ryan Searle to reach the round of 16 of the Grand Slam Arrows Tournament..
The two players achieved one victory and one defeat in their first two games in Group Two, with Burnham-on-Sea resident Anderson starting out against Czech player Adam Julas.. .
The Scot was not at his best, and his 5-3 win was followed by some rhetoric in front of TV cameras.
Anderson had been suffering from a knee injury and had not played very little in recent weeks, and after the match he told Sky Network: « It’s good to play darts, you make players laugh in your ear, every time you throw it always seems to come from the same team, » Then it gets on your nerves a little.
Yes, because the arrows are not arrows anymore. You need to talk to everyone who watches the game of darts. They call it gaming spirit, I call it cheating. »
Gary Anderson wasn’t a happy man after his triumph! Pic. Twitter. Com / CqJWtOdMpp
The Burnham man then suffered a 5-1 loss at the hands of Simon Whitlock on Tuesday, who beat Wellington from Searle 5-3 the day before.. .
Searle kept his hopes alive by beating Gaulas 5-4 to set up a decisive match with Anderson on Wednesday. .
Anderson apparently still had a knee injury, but he put on his best tournament performance so far to win a high-quality match 5-3..
That was despite Searle’s 102 average, with Anderson producing an average just under 100.
He started off with an impressive finish with 111 to start the match, but Searle kept himself alive at 4-3 with an 11-arrow leg.. .
However, it was Anderson who had the last word, scoring a 119th exit on goal and securing a place in the second round.
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Justin Pipe is knocked out of Taunton, after losing all three of his matches in the fourth set.
Pip fell 5-1 to Rob Kroos, before a closer match against Luke Humphries (5-4), and ended in a 5-2 defeat by Dave Chesnall. .
The last 16 matches in the tournament will be played on Friday 20 November and Saturday 21 November and the quarter-finals will be played on Sunday 22 November.
The semi-finals will follow on Monday 23 November, with the final starting at 6 pm on Tuesday 24 November.
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