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Ladbrokes Masters 2022: Joe Cullen dedicates maiden TV title to late mother after win over Dave Chisnall

An emotional Joe Cullen dedicated his maiden PDC television title to the memory of his late mother after he overcame Dave Chisnall in Sunday's Ladbrokes Masters final. Cullen reached the final with victories over former world champion Michael van Gerwen (10-7) and Jose de Sousa (11-8) in the quarter-finals and semi-finals respectively in Milton Keynes.
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Dave Chisnall becomes latest coronavirus withdrawal at World Darts Championship

The World Darts Championship has been further hit by coronavirus after Dave Chisnall became the latest player to withdraw.The world number 14 pulled out after testing positive, following Michael Van Gerwen and Vincent Van Der Voort out of the competition prematurely.Chisnall was due to play Luke Humphries in the last-32 on Wednesday, with Humphries now receiving a bye.A statement from the PDC read: “Dave Chisnall has withdrawn from the William Hill World Darts Championship after testing positive for Covid-19 ahead of his match with Luke Humphries.“Humphries will receive a bye to the last 16 and Wednesday afternoon’s session will...
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Darts champion Gerwyn Price demands the ‘Covid bomb’ World Championship is POSTPONED, after Dave Chisnall became the third player to be kicked out over a positive Covid test

World No. 1 Gerwin Price has called for Alexandra Palace’s Darts Championships to be postponed after another COVID positive test. Dave Chisnall on Wednesday became the third player to be ruled out of the tournament after being found infected with the coronavirus. Three-time champion Michael van Gerwen has hit...
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Darts: Nearly is not enough for the ambitious Dave Chisnall

Five runners up medals in PDC major finals, yet glory still evades Dave Chisnall, and is something that will make an eventual title, should he get one, that little sweeter. Since joining the PDC circuit in 2011, Chisnall has shown glimpses of pure excellence. He has blown some of the world’s best away with scintillating performances that continue to generate the same response from fans of ‘surely this year will be his year’.
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