Darren Webster is through to the Last 16 at the Grand Slam of Darts in Wolverhampton after edging out Gary Anderson in a 5-4 win.
Webster needed only two legs to move through and he achieved it averaging 100.86 in victory over ‘The Flying Scotsman’.
‘The Demolition Man’ said that he is proud of what he has achieved in moving through and that beating Anderson has given him a lot of confidence which he can take through to the next round.
“I’ve done a job tonight and I’m proud of myself,” said Webster. “I knew I needed to win two legs so once I did that I could relax and it was great to win.
“I never give up and to beat Gary up there is great – it will give me a lot of confidence. I’ve been struggling for most of the year but my arm’s recovered now and I’m practising well. I’ve got nothing to lose.”
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A big win for Darren Webster as he progresses from Group D alongside Anderson. pic.twitter.com/FUjuLiJT5h
— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) November 12, 2019
Author: Samuel Gill