The afternoon session roars on in the German Darts Grand Prix 2018 staged in Munich. Steve Lennon and Keegan Brown are both through defeating Nathan Aspinall and Maik Langendorf respectively.

Lennon vs Aspinall was a classy contest between two of the best scorers in darts at the moment and it was Lennon who survived a comeback and a 102 average from Aspinall to claim the victory. He will play Michael van Gerwen tomorrow and if he produces the scoring ability from today he could give Mighty Mike a game.
Brown on the other hand  didn’t have to be at his best to defeat the Host Nation Qualifier Langendorf. He silenced the crowd with a particular  140 checkout which got the crowd further on his back, he came through though to set up a clash with Simon Whitlock tomorrow.
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Afternoon Session (12pm-4pm)
Luke Humphries (95.08) 6-2 (88.15) William O’Connor
Rowby-John Rodriguez (85.39) 4-6 (87.48) Max Hopp
Danny Noppert (85.18) 6-3 (79.86) Krzysztof Ratajski
Nathan Aspinall (102.15) 4-6 (99.95) Steve Lennon
Maik Langendorf (79.22) 3-6 (89.66) Keegan Brown
Ryan Meikle v Scott Taylor
Steve West v Paul Rowley
Darren Webster v Jan Dekker
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Author: Samuel Gill