PDC World Championships



This afternoon's menage a trois is: Toni Alcinas 0 v 4 Darren Webster (1-3, 1-3, 2-3, 0-3) Mensur Suljovic 0 v 4 Dimitri Van den Bergh (1-3, 1-3, 2-3, 1-3) John Henderson 1 v 4 Rob Cross (1-3, 2-3, 3-1,1-3, 0-3)


Afternoon. Apparently it's Thursday. We're deep into that twilight zone between Christmas and Hogmanay, which can mean only one thing. More darts...

We're getting down to the business end. Places in the quarter finals are up for grabs. We've had shocks, we've had magic darts and we've got MvG looking imperious

First up, El Samurai. Toni Alcinas of Spain. Famous for it's samurai is Spain. He's followed by the least Sly Stallone looking Demolition Man you could hope to see, Darren Webster. He's wearing Norwich colours, so go Spain

Quiet start until Webster finds the first maximum, setting up an easy 60 out for the first leg

Webster finds the corner of T18, then stands open mouthed as it slowly falls out. Should've grabbed it before it could mate. Alcinas cleans up a 77

A pair of 15 dart legs to start. Steady stuff

Webster slings his last dart there in a manner suggesting someone had zapped him with a cattle prod

Alcinas is the wire away from a Shanghai finish. Punished by Webster who finds a quality 148 outshot

Webster looking good to take this against the throw now. Alcinas struggling for big trebles