Ricky Evans is through to the final of the German Darts Championship after easing past Keegan Brown.

Evans will now face Daryl Gurney in the final in Hildesheim after winning 7-3 against the Isle of Wight ace.
He hit a 98.6 average en route to the victory and will now get another shot at a European Tour title.
The Kettering ace started well by hitting a 149 checkout to level up at one a piece.
They were both neck and neck in the early going but the turning point came when Evans went 4-2 up for an 11 darter to move two clear.
Brown missed one dart at tops and this allowed Evans to go 5-2 up and then one away from the final.
He took this opportunity to cement another brilliant run to a final on the European Tour.
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Evening Session (1915 local time, 1815 BST)
Quarter-Finals
Peter Wright (98.59) 2-6 (99.00) Adrian Lewis
Daryl Gurney (89.87) 6-5 (91.33) Stephen Bunting
Darren Webster (94.2) 5-6 (100.41) Ricky Evans
Gerwyn Price (93.7) 5-6 (94.88) Keegan Brown
Semi-Finals
Adrian Lewis (100.34) 5-7 (100.31) Daryl Gurney
Ricky Evans (98.63) 7-3 (91.63) Keegan Brown
Final
Daryl Gurney v Ricky Evans

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Author: Samuel Gill