Harris after seeing off Chisnall in first competitive match since UK Open: "I've been really hungry to play darts all year"
Cody Harris claimed a big win over an out of sorts Dave Chisnall on Friday night to begin the World Series of Darts Finals and to move through to a tie with Daryl Gurney - which could see a run for the New Zealander.
Harris has had a few close shaves when it has come to winning his PDC Tour Card and is known as one of the best players not to have one.
As a result, he has not played since the UK Open and he admitted he was just glad to get back into competitive action again.
"Taking that win is a big step," said Harris also known as 'Code Star'. "We all know what Chizzy's capable of and on his day it could have gone the other way.
"I've beaten him twice now but I wouldn't say that I've played his A-game yet. I just want to keep playing - I've been really hungry to play darts all year and I just wanted to get back up there."