Darren Webster reeled off a furious start from Cristo Reyes at the Danish Darts Open. ‘The Demolition Man’ overcame the Spaniard 6-5 in the second round in Copenhagen.
Reyes started brilliant, first two 11-dart legs and a ten-dart leg in the first four legs, while averaging over 130. However, Webster managed to win three legs on the spin to take a 5-4 lead. Reyes held his own leg to force a legdecider, before the Norfolk Ace hit a 14-dart leg to claim the win.
Darius Labanauskas reached the final day of an European Tour event for the first time as he survived five missed matchdarts against Jonny Clayton. The Lithuanian pinched the victory with a 80 checkout in the decider. James Wade overcame youngster Rusty-Jake Rodriguez 6-4 after winning the last three legs against the Austrian.
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Saturday June 23
Afternoon Session (1pm local time, 12pm BST)
John Henderson (85.07) 4-6 (90.82) Brendan Dolan
Joe Cullen (105.99) 6-3 (95.93) Madars Razma
Gerwyn Price (93.02) 6-3 (90.99) Jelle Klaasen
Jonny Clayton (98.66) 5-6 (97.03) Darius Labanauskas
James Wade (95.38) 6-4 (81.85) Rusty-Jake Rodriguez
Darren Webster (94.19) 6-5 (103.01) Cristo Reyes
Simon Whitlock v Jermaine Wattimena
Stephen Bunting v Peter Jacques
Tags: Danish Darts Open 2018 | Darius Labanauskas | Darren Webster
Darren Webster 6-5 Cristo Reyes
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