Peter Wright has won a third title in five days by smashing Joe Cullen in the final of Players Championship 20 to continue his world class form which he has exhibited in the past week.
Wright ended up with a 8-1 win over Cullen who didn’t perform badly but just couldn’t get near ‘Snakebite’ who extended his unbeaten run and he has only lost four out of his last 38 legs in one of the most dominant days of darts ever seen on the ProTour.
He averaged 105 and as a result has around an average of 104 for the day which shows the sustained form of the Scotsman in claiming the win in Barnsley.
Despite the loss, Cullen will be pleased to reach his first final in around two years and get some form together ahead of the World Matchplay in which both players will be seen as huge dangers.
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Peter Wright 8 | 1 Joe Cullen
Adrian Gray 2 | 7 Peter Wright
Joe Cullen 7 | 2 Adrian Lewis
Steve Beaton 4 | 6 Adrian Gray
Peter Wright 6 | 0 Devon Petersen
Joe Cullen 6 | 4 Rob Cross
Adrian Lewis 6 | 2 Jan Dekker
Steve Beaton 6 | 3 Jose Justicia
Nathan Aspinall 4 |6 Adrian Gray
Peter Wright 6 | 1 Jeffrey De Zwaan
Devon Petersen 6 | 5 Jelle Klaasen
Joe Cullen 6 | 2 Gerwyn Price
Rob Cross 6 | 0 Krzysztof Ratajski
Adrian Lewis 6 | 5 Dimitri Van den Bergh
Christian Kist 3 | 6 Jan Dekker
Tags: Peter Wright, Players Championship 20
🐍🏆 WINNER 🏆🐍
Peter Wright wins Players Championship 20 with an incredible 8-1 victory over Joe Cullen!
A third title in five days for Peter Wright on a day where he's posted SIX consecutive ton-plus averages including a 105.3 in the final! pic.twitter.com/3TEz9CLJEA
— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) July 17, 2019
Author: Samuel Gill