Van den Bergh eases past Hempel with 110 average, De Zwaan back in business with superb Van Duijvenbode win

Dimitri van den Bergh starred to end Saturday night's action at the European Darts Matchplay easing past home hope Florian Hempel and continuing his superb form in the process.

Van den Bergh sealed a 6-2 win over Hempel with a 110 average which featured an incredible eight 180's, highest checkout of 152 and 46.2% on the double in a near complete display from 'The Dreammaker'. Can he add a European Tour to his collection finally this weekend.

Jeffrey de Zwaan has been looking to show a return to form for a while and he did so against Dirk van Duijvenbode sealing a 6-5 win over his compatriot with a 98 average, five 180's and 66% on the doubles.

De Zwaan overcame a 3-5 deficit against Van Duijvenbode. With a 70 finish, he made it 5-4, then broke Van Duijvenbode on double 4 in the tenth leg. De Zwaan then finished the job with a 13-darter in the last leg decider.

Madars Razma took care of the elimination of another German. The Latvian was too strong for Martin Schindler 6-5 in the other tie in Trier.

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