Roes after JDC World Youth Championship win: "I always dreamt as a child of becoming World Champion"

Bradly Roes became the JDC World Youth Champion before action began on Saturday afternoon. He defeated Leighton Bennett who missed 15 match darts in all.

But for Roes, it was a dream win against a player who was expected to triumph at the Alexandra Palace.

"I have no words to say, I'm really proud of myself. I'm the World Champion, I always dreamt as a child of becoming World Champion and today's the day," said Roes to Tungsten Tales.

"Leighton (Bennett) is a great player, he's 14 and he's achieved many things. I wish I had that on the stage, he hit a lot of 180's and his doubles were flawless at that moment. But he missed doubles at the end, my mental state is strong."

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