Sunday 24 February 2019

What's the Welsh for double?

Price has done it again. I think there's a fair argument to say he's a top 3 active player in the world right now, assuming you consider Anderson inactive. I'll post again once I've punched the numbers into the master computer (got PC5 in before the complete snoozefest that was today's football, but yet to process PC6), but if offered even money, who would you bet on playing against Gerwyn? van Gerwen for sure, I'd probably go Cross as well, but beyond that it's a short list.

Ricky Evans made the final, which coupled with his previous results is making him look really good for Blackpool, while Noppert made a second straight semi, along with Nathan Aspinall. Hendo got a double quarter final, while Ritchie Edhouse won his board and hit a nine along the way.

It became a bad weekend for Darren Webster, Stephen Bunting and Steve West, none of them cashing, while Barney ran into Jermaine Wattimena in the opening round and crashed out. Quite a few early casualties such as Wright, Wade and Suljovic.

Updated FRH rankings:

1 Michael van Gerwen
2 Rob Cross
3 Gary Anderson
4 Michael Smith
5 Daryl Gurney
6 Gerwyn Price (UP 1)
7 Peter Wright (DOWN 1)
8 James Wade
9 Mensur Suljovic
10 Simon Whitlock
11 Dave Chisnall
12 Ian White
13 Jonny Clayton
14 Darren Webster
15 Adrian Lewis
16 Joe Cullen
17 Nathan Aspinall
18 Stephen Bunting
19 Phil Taylor
20 Steve West

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