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Grand Slam

Price defends Grand Slam crown defiantly

Gerwyn Price successfully defended his Grand Slam of Darts crown as the Welshman produced two stunning performances on the final day to become only the seventh player in history to successfully defend a PDC major televised title - joining the likes of Phil Taylor, Michael Van Gerwen, Gary Anderson, Adrian Lewis, Raymond van Barneveld and Rod Harrington.

Glen Durrant: I’m here to win

Glen Durrant once again displayed composure, bottle and moments of real quality as the three-time world champion produced a courageous fightback to run out a 10-9 winner over Germany's Gabriel Clemens.

Dave Parletti: I can really kick on now.

Surrey's Dave Parletti produced an impressive display to see off William O'Connor in a convincing 5-2 win over the Irishman.

Hughes confident of progressing following Ashton success

Home favourite Jamie Hughes kept his 2019 Grand Slam of Darts dream alive as the Tipton-based ace secured an emphatic 5-1 victory over British Darts Organisation ladies no.1 Lisa Ashton.

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Barton: “we’re still alive in this.”

Fleetwood Town boss, Joey Barton firmly beleives that his side can turn around their League One play-off semi-final against Wycombe Wanderers, despite losing the first leg 4-1 at Highbury on Friday evening.
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