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PDC World Championship: Brendan Dolan says 'I have a game to play the best and beat the best' as he bids for glory

'The History Maker' went toe-to-toe with eventual winner Gerwyn Price in the third round, before losing out in a last-leg decider. The narrow margins still hurt. "He [Price] thoroughly deserved his World Championship. But in my head, I'm thinking if I hadn't missed the two darts at D11 in the first set, I might have won that game 3-1, rather than it going to a last leg. Then I'm thinking, 'maybe I could have been a world champion'," Dolan said.
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Global sales director Brendan Dolan departs after 30 years with Quilter Int'l

Brendan Dolan has announced on LinkedIn that "after 30 years with Quilter International (#RoyalSkandia #Skandia #OldMutual #Quilter) it is time for a change……" His message said: "Earlier today I left my Global #salesdirector role for Quilter International, now Utmost Group It has been a fantastic journey which has has taken me around the world, including living abroad for almost 20 years.
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Darts: Brendan Dolan triumphs at Players Championship 5

Brendan Dolan won his first PDC title in 488 days on day one of the second PDC Super Series after defeating Michael Smith 8-6 in the final of Players Championship 5. The Northern Irish star produced arguably his finest ever day of darts as he scooped the £10,000 title in the first of four Players Championship events being staged at the Marshall Arena this week.
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PDC Super Series 2: Brendan Dolan edges Michael Smith to clinch eighth ranking title

Brendan Dolan overcame Michael Smith 8-6 in the final of Tuesday's Players Championship 5 event as the PDC Super Series 2 got under way in Milton Keynes. The Northern Irish star produced arguably his finest ever day of darts as he scooped the £10,000 title in the first of four Players Championship events being staged at the Marshall Arena this week.
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