Jarred Cole continued his stunning run of form as he clinched the 2018 Finder Darts Masters boys title after he enjoyed a 2-0 sets victory over the young Scot Nathan Girvan. The 20-year old Hatfield-based star has had a phenomenal year as some people may be aware of. He topped the Junior Darts Corporation’s UK Tour reaching five finals out of all five events that he attended winning three of them. The Hertfordshire ace will be competing at PDC Qualifying School in Wigan in Hanuary and of course he is a regular on the PDC Unicorn Development Tour and this is just the start for Jarred Cole. He did suffer a defeat in his first group match at the Finder Darts Masters as he was edged out 4-3 by Ireland’s Keane Barry, but he showed tremendous resilience to put that behind him to defeat Wessel Nijman 4-2. He did book his place in the final in remarkable circumstances as he got there by just one leg with the leg difference coming into play.
A delighted Cole took to social media as he expressed his delight with a photo of his trophy as he quoted : “ It’s huge “
Photo : Evert Zomer