Cross hits incredible 112 average with eight 180's to defeat Anderson who loses with 111 average in Masters classic

After a Masters classic, it was Rob Cross who prevailed against Gary Anderson in a 10-6 win to reach the Quarter-Finals in Milton Keynes.

A match of the year candidate already, this was due to Cross producing an incredible 112.32 average with eight 180's in the second highest average ever seen in the Milton Keynes season opener.

Gary Anderson also produced a massive losing average with 111.17 and eight 180's himself but it wasn't enough as Cross prevailed.

To start the tie, Cross averaged 120 for a while. Thanks to an 11-darter, 13-darter, 124 finish and a 14-darter, he soon took a 4-0 lead before Anderson hit back with a 109 checkout.

With an 81 finish and an 11-darter, Cross went into the second break moments later with a 7-3 lead. That margin remained the same after that. With two 12-darters, Anderson managed to come back to 9-6, after which Cross finished the match with a 14-darter.

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