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The 170 was great from Rob but he missed two match darts and I took advantage of that." Raymond van Barneveld moved a step closer to a place in the second round with a gutsy comeback from 4-2 down to edge past Gerwyn Price and.
Last year Share the Ride surpassed its 2016 goal and raised 45,390."It was a very hard game but the last leg was great said Suljovic.The BDO number one took out 88 and double chimney sweeps charlotte nc five to win the opening two legs, but legs of 13 and 11 darts saw Wilson level before he took the next three to seal a key two points.Dutch youngster De Zwaan held a slender 3-2 before Mitchell levelled in the sixth and then capitalised on a miss at tops from his rival by following his first 180 with double eight to break, and two further misses allowed the former Lakeside Champion."It was a really important match for me and I'm happy to win it said Van Barneveld.The 170 was great from Rob but he missed two match darts and I took advantage of that."."I missed a few doubles yesterday and let Michael Smith in but today I got my head down and tried to play the game I can play said Wilson.Playing against Mensur Suljovic will be tough but it if I can produce my game I can beat him." Ross Montgomery bounced back from his opening defeat to Michael van Gerwen with a 5-3 discount flowers san diego defeat of Joe Murnan which gives the Scot a chance.
Stephen Bunting put one foot into the second round as he claimed his second victory of the weekend, overcoming St Helens rival Dave Chisnall 5-2 in Group F, where Scott Mitchell was a 5-3 winner against Jeffrey de Zwaan.
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So put todays coffee money towards stoking some kids out, and making their holiday season a wheely wheely good one.Scottish newcomer Cameron Menzies will know take on Van Peer in a Group H shoot-out on Monday night after eliminating Simon Whitlock with a 5-2 win over the Australian.Irish youngster Steve Lennon produced a 100 average as he whitewashed local star Jamie Hughes in Group B, and the former accounting student now has a chance to reach the knockout phase when he meets Van Barneveld on Tuesday.When you think back to the first time you rode a bike, overwhelming feelings of joy and accomplishment come to mind.Pinkbike and, trailforks created the, share the Ride Foundation.Ross Montgomery 5-3 Joe Murnan, darren Webster 5-2 Danny Noppert, steve Lennon 5-0 Jamie Hughes James Wade 5-1 Peter Machin Daryl Gurney 5-3 Mark Webster Phil Taylor 5-4 Robbie Green Michael van Gerwen 5-4 Rob Cross Raymond van Barneveld 5-4 Gerwyn Price All games are."It was an amazing battle and Gerwyn was outstanding, but he never had a match dart.".