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14-old Bradley Phillips completed his Modus JDC UK Tour double on Saturday afternoon in Worcester as he was victorious in the second event of 2018.

Phillips enjoyed a very assuring 5-1 victory over Jordan Ward in the final. The Harlow-based youngster produced some superb stuff all day, but particularly in the final. Phillips fired in a 106 in the opening leg as he raced into a 4-0 lead. Ward did get a leg back to move within three legs at 4-1, but Phillips sealed the deal as he pinned D12 for the title.

Throughout the day, Phillips enjoyed victories over Sam Aitkens (3-0), John Smith (3-0), James Foster (3-2), Lennon Cradock and Mitchell McCarthy 4-2 before that 5-1 victory in the final.

The victory sees the 14-year old take top place in the JDC UK Tour order of merit.


MODUS JDC UK Tour – event two

Rileys sports bar, Worcester

Last 16

Lennon Cradock 3-1 Blake Manton

Brad Phillips 3-2 James Foster

Mitchell McCarthy 3-2 Keelan Kay

Luke Littler 3-2 Lewis Gurney

Alfie Jacques 3-0 Anthony Richardson

Henry Coates 3-0 Cameron Gill

Kyle Manton 3-0 Ross Gilder

Jordan Ward 3-0 Kieran Ford

Last Eight

Brad Phillips 3-2 Lennon Cradock

Mitchell McCarthy 3-0 Luke Littler

Alfie Jacques 3-1 Henry Coates

Jordan Ward 3-0 Kyle Manton

Semi-Finals

Brad Phillips 4-2 Mitchell McCarthy

Jordan Ward 4-3 Alfie Jacques

FINAL

Brad Phillips 5-1 Jordan Ward


Photo : Junior Darts Corporation

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