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Friday, June 05, 2009

UK Open - Friday Updates - 06 Jun 2009

DEFENDING champion James Wade was dumped out of the Blue Square UK Open with a 9-8 loss to Peter Manley on Friday night.

Wade had picked up the biggest pay-day of his career by winning £125,000 at the Whyte & Mackay Premier League Darts play-offs just ten days ago - but leaves Bolton with just £1,000 after relinquishing his title.

Blue Square UK Open
Third Round Results
Board One
Michael van Gerwen 4-9 Andy Hamilton
Adrian Lewis 9-2 Robert Thornton
Lee Williams 1-9 Phil Taylor
Peter Manley 9-8 James Wade
Glen Durrant 1-9 Terry Jenkins

Board Two
Denis Ovens 3-9 Alan Tabern
Mark Walsh 9-2 Wayne Mardle
Colin Lloyd 9-8 John Part
Raymond van Barneveld 9-4 Ken Dobson

Board Three
Ronnie Baxter 9-7 Tony Eccles
Barrie Bates 3-9 Steve Grubb
Roland Scholten 9-6 Darren Johnson
Andy Roberts 9-7 Louis Blundell

Board Four
Gary Welding 9-5 Steve Hine
Ken Mather 9-7 Paul Nicholson
Kevin Painter 9-4 Dave Askew
Dennis Priestley 9-4 Colin Monk

Board Five
Mark Dudbridge 9-7 Johnny Haines
Co Stompe 6-9 Mark Frost
Dave Honey 5-9 Wes Newton
Mark Webster 9-6 Peter Wright

Board Six
Colin Osborne 9-2 Jason Clark
Alex Roy 9-5 Lionel Sams
Jan van der Rassel 7-9 Jelle Klaasen
Andy Smith 9-3 Chris Cooper

Board Seven
Steve Dolan 1-9 Jamie Caven
Andy Jenkins 9-5 Justin Pipe
Brendan Dolan 7-9 Kevin McDine
Mervyn King 8-9 Michael Barnard

Board Eight
Vincent van der Voort 6-9 Wayne Jones
Steve Brown 8-9 Mark Lawrence
Paul Rowley 1-9 Chris Thompson

Fourth Round Draw & Order of Play - 1pm Saturday
Board One
Peter Manley v Mark Webster
Andy Hamilton v Raymond van Barneveld
Phil Taylor v Ken Mather
Mark Walsh v Adrian Lewis

Board Two
Colin Osborne v Wayne Jones
Jamie Caven v Jelle Klaasen
Kevin McDine v Alan Tabern
Andy Jenkins v Terry Jenkins

Board Three
Michael Barnard v Andy Smith
Dennis Priestley v Mark Frost
Steve Grubb v Kevin Painter
Wes Newton v Roland Scholten

Board Four
Gary Welding v Ronnie Baxter
Alex Roy v Andy Roberts
Colin Lloyd v Chris Thompson
Mark Lawrence v Mark Dudbridge


Michael Barnard was left in tears after seeing off world number four Mervyn King 9-8 for arguably the biggest result of his career. The duo were locked together for much of the game, with Barnard missing one dart for a 9-7 win before landing double 18 in the decider.
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