Michael Smith won the Granite City Darts Masters on Friday evening for the second year in a row. The former youth world champion defeated Chris Dobey in the final 4-2.

Dobey had to start in the preliminary round during the darts exhibition tournament in Scotland, where he was too strong for Ted Hankey. ‘Hollywood’ also won victories over Gary Anderson and Ian White. Smith was able to beat John Henderson and Daryl Gurney on the way to the final.
Phil Taylor lost his first game with 4-0 from White. ‘The Diamond’ threw an average of 111 in this match and finished the match in style with a 121 finish.
Preliminary round
Chris Dobey (W) v Ted Hankey
Quarter final
Michael Smith (W) v John Henderson
Daryl Gurney (W) v Devon Petersen
Phil Taylor v Ian White (W)
Gary Anderson v Chris Dobey (W)
Semi finals
Michael Smith (W) v Daryl Gurney
Ian White v Chris Dobey (W)
Final
Michael Smith 4-2 Chris Dobey

Posted by Granite City Darts Masters on Friday, February 23, 2018

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Author: Samuel Gill