Gary Anderson 6 V 3 Kim Lewis Dave Chisnall 6 V 1 Koha Kokiri Adrian Lewis 6 V 3 David Platt Raymond van Barneveld 6 V 2 Simon Whitlock Michael van Gerwen 6 V 4 Kyle Anderson James Wade 6 V 0 Rob Szabo Corey Cadby 6 V 2 Phil Taylor Peter Wright 6 V 4 Adam Rowe
Quarter Final Dave Chisnall 10 V 7 Gary Anderson Raymond van Barneveld 10 V 8 Adrian Lewis Michael van Gerwen 10 V 8 James Wade Peter Wright 10 V 2 Corey Cadby
Semi Final Dave Chisnall 11 V 8 Raymond van Barneveld Michael van Gerwen 11 V 5 Peter Wright
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Corey Cadby defeats Phil Taylor at Perth Darts Masters
Former Devonport darts player Corey “The King” Cadby has pulled off the biggest win of his career, defeating 16-time world champion Phil “The Power” Taylor in the opening round of the Perth Darts Masters on Thursday night. The pair had faced off a week earlier at the Sydney Darts Masters event, with Taylor winning 6-3, but Cadby gained his revenge on the Englishman, running away with an emphatic 6-2 victory and drawing a thunderous ovation from the crowd.
“I don’t know what to say at the moment, I’m absolutely rapt, it’s the best thing that has ever happened to me,” Cadby said in a post-match interview. “He’s the greatest player ever, and I’m glad someone knocked him off. "I felt confident last week, for my first TV game I did well and I knew where I went wrong and I fixed them this week. “It's paid off and it was revenge, it's great.” “Dad said on the phone that beating Phil would make a good fathers day present – I’m glad I pulled it off.”
With the scores tied at 2-2, the 21-year-old showed no signs of nerves, raising his three-dart average to over 100 as Taylor continued to pile on the pressure. Cadby broke Taylor’s throw in the sixth game with a superb 122 checkout to go 4-2 up, before holding his throw again. The eighth and final game saw Cadby blow a chance to win when he missed two darts at double 20, but Taylor, who was the two-time defending champion in Perth, couldn’t pounce on the chance, missing one shot at double 20 himself to keep himself in the game. Cadby seized the opportunity, hitting double 20 on the first of his three darts to seal the triumph against Taylor, who have never lost a world series match in Australia. While Taylor finished the match with an impressive three-dart average of almost 112, Cadby wasn’t far behind with 103.58, which also included four 180’s at key moments.
Courtesy of the Advocate: http://www.theadvocate.com.au/story/4122723/cadby-creates-waves-after-shocking-taylor/