Corey Cadby smashed his rivals during a local event in Australia on Friday. The former World Youth Champion never lost more then three legs in one match en route to the title.
‘King Cadby’ also averaged over a hundred twice to reach the final. Compatriot Robbie King had no chance against the Tasmania ace in the final, who claimed the victory with a 6-3 win. Cadby averaged 91 in the final, thirteen points higher compared to King’s 78.
It could be considered an odd domestic victory for the Australian, given that he pulled out of the World Series of Darts Finals recently. According to the PDC, Cadby was involved in a car accident, which broke his left arm.
However, footage of the final showed that Cadby played without a cast around his arm. He also retrieved his darts with his broken left arm.
The Australian may still have problems getting a visa for entry into the United Kingdom. These visa problems were confirmed by his management in August. This casts doubt on Cadby’s reasoning for his World Series withdrawal.