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Well we had rounds 1 and 2 last night and there weren't many big upsets apart from Manley and Monk Sr going out (both spent forces anyway) , but tonight sees the entrance of the big boys.

It's first to 9 legs then the 4th round draw. You should keep an eye out for a lad named Kirk Shepherd who plays in the Birmingham leagues now and then and could do really well.

Third Round Draw & Schedule of Play

Friday June 3 (7pm Start), All games the best of 17 legs

Main Stage

Co Stompe v Simon Whitlock

Steve Brown v Raymond van Barneveld

Phil Taylor v Mark Frost

Terry Jenkins v Adrian Lewis

Board Two

Mervyn King v Mark Walsh

Ian White v Gary Anderson

Roland Scholten v John Part

Richie Burnett v Colin Lloyd

Board Three

Darren Johnson v Kirk Shepherd

Richard North v Dave Chisnall

Justin Pipe v John Bowles

Robert Thornton v Wayne Atwood

Board Four

Andy Hamilton v Andrew Gilding

Andy Jenkins v Mark Hylton

Wes Newton v John Henderson

Colin Osborne v Mark Jones

Board Five

Sam Hill v Michael Smith

Denis Ovens v Kevin Painter

Vincent van der Voort v Andy Boulton

Mark Dudbridge v Joe Murnan

Board Six

Wayne Jones v Reece Robinson

Joe Cullen v Stuart Monaghan

Alan Tabern v Dennis Priestley

Martyn Turner v Matthew Edgar

Board Seven

Mark Webster v Tony Eccles

James Wade v Michael Mansell

Richie Howson v Michael van Gerwen

Jamie Caven v Steve Beaton

Board Eight

Steve Maish v Ronnie Baxter

Peter Wright v Peter Hudson

Graham Hollis v Paul Nicholson

Paul Harvey v Andy Smith

Plenty of live streams here for non-sky people

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Kirk Shepherd was in the world final about 3 years ago iirc. got knocked out 1st round the year after then haven't seen or heard of him since ( although someone did say he plays for Walmley now and again )

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Kirk Shepherd was in the world final about 3 years ago iirc. got knocked out 1st round the year after then haven't seen or heard of him since ( although someone did say he plays for Walmley now and again )

Yeah , he was beaten by John Part pretty convincingly in the 2008 Ladbrokes World Championship.

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Fourth Round Draw

Richie Burnett v Joe Murnan

Paul Nicholson v Gary Anderson

Mark Hylton v Andrew Gilding

Denis Ovens v Mark Walsh

Michael van Gerwen v Wes Newton

Dennis Priestley v Phil Taylor

Robert Thornton v John Part

Michael Smith v Raymond van Barneveld

Mark Webster v Co Stompe

Matthew Edgar v Andy Boulton

Steve Beaton v John Bowles

Terry Jenkins v James Wade

Joe Cullen v Peter Wright

Dave Chisnall v Ronnie Baxter

Andy Smith v Reece Robinson

Colin Osborne v Kirk Shepherd

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Oh I like him all the more for the showmanship :D

Fancied Newton in the final, but Wade takes it...

I bet Sky are gutted Wade won. He showed them up in an interview after his 4th round win by saying that it would be nice to see some other players on the main stage, instead of the usual faces and the interviewer was lost for words ! Fair play to him .

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Just me that thinks Wade is an utter bellend? Really wanted Part to win that, didn't deserve to lose either.

No, its not just you. Wade comes across as a bit of a tw@t. So does Adrian Lewis for that matter. I hope Whitlock wins it, I think he has the tools to do it.

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