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James beat the five times champion of the world Raymond Van Barneveld, in a thrilling game in Nottingham. The Machine raced into a 4-1 lead with some three figure finishing, included 121 on the bull. Raymond battled back and got the scoreline to within one leg, but James checked out 82 to seal a 7-5 win.  After James had told Skysports “Really happy to have won, I should have got the job done sooner but pleased to have won.”

James would like to thank all his sponsors for their continued support, and to all the fans the arena was electric this evening.

Match Stats

Average – 100.50

180 – 3

140 – 12

100 -14

High Finish – 121

Checkouts 7/11 63.64%

 

James now heads to Barnsley for the Pro Tour this weekend.

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James bounced from disappointment in Aberdeen, with a vintage preference against Dave Chisnall in Exeter. Dave took the opening leg, but James held his throw with a 121 finish. The pair then held throw to be locked at 2-2. In the 5th leg, a stunning 161 from James broke the Chizzy throw. James powered into a 6-3 with some big scoring, with his average well over the 100. An 180 in the final leg put James in the driving seat, as he sealed the match winning 7-4.
After James said,” I’m happy, very happy with that.” “The 161 was key, think that hurt Dave. Playing a close friend is always hard but it’s what we have to do.”
James now heads to Minehead for the UK Open this weekend.

After James thanked his sponsors for their continued support, and all the fan for their kind words.

Match Stats
Average – 102.25
100s- 22
140s – 9
180s – 3
High Finish – 161
Checkouts – 7/16 43.75%
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James lost a thrilling game in Aberdeen against Adrian Lewis. In a close game, Lewis won a restless last leg to win 7-5. In a high-quality game, we saw nine 180s with James hitting 5. James looked all set to move 5-3 in front until Lewis hit a 142 finish. The pair then shared the next two legs; Lewis then held throw to move 6-5 in front. Both players missed doubles in the final leg, but it was Lewis who got over the line.

James Match Stats
Average – 97.27
High Finish – 121
100s- 15
140- 10
180- 5
Doubles- 5/19 26.32%

Until next week #TeamWade

WILLIAM HILL WORLD DARTS CHAMPIONSHIP 2016 ALEXANDRA PALACE,LONDON PIC;LAWRENCE LUSTIG ROUND3 JAMES WADE V JAMIE CAVEN JAMES WADE COUGHS HIS WAY TO VICTORY

James had to play twice on night two of the 2016 Premier League, due to illness to Robert Thornton. First up James was in the first game of the evening, where he would play ‘BullyBoy’ Michael Smith. In a close game, the pair shared the first eight legs of the match. James edges in front 5-4, before securing an important break of throw on double ten. James went on to take maximum points with a 7-4, leaving him top of the table.

Match Stats

100+ x 19
140+ x 8
Average – 93.12
High Finish – 120
Checkouts 7/23 30%

In his second match of the night, James played Phil Taylor. The shoreline doesn’t reflect on the part James played in a great match. Phil took the first the opening two legs of the game before James took out 78 to get a foot in the game. Leg four was like a dagger in the heart for James, leaving just 41 after nine darts on the Taylor throw. The 16 times world champion took out 122 to break James’ heart. After that the game seemed to go Taylor’s way, James played brilliantly, but Taylor kept on taking out big numbers at big times. A 7-1 win for Taylor doesn’t reflect on how much James contributed to the match.

Match Stats
100+ x 9
140+ x 8
180 x 1
Average – 102.11
High Finish – 78
Checkouts 1/2 50%

James leaves Newcastle in the top 4 of the Premier League, as he heads for Dublin next week. James would like to thank all the fans for their amazing support, and kind words on social media. Also to his sponsors for their continued backing.
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James made a dramatic start to the opening night in the Betway Premier League. Trailing world number one Michael Van Gerwen by three legs to nil, James then won the next four legs to shell shock Van Gerwen. James continued to heap pressure on the world number one by taking out 121, with Michael sat on tops. James had all parts of his games in tandem, as he out scored the Dutchman by 5 to 3 in the 180s. James was back to his brilliant best on his doubles hitting 7/13 giving him 53.85%.

Talking after James said it was like 2  bonus points by beating Michael. As now the rest of the pack may have to beat the world number one, if they are to avoid relegation. James would like to thank all his fans for their kind words of support , and to all his sponsors for their continued support.

 

Match Stats

Average – 97.43

100 – 15

140 – 7

180 – 5

Doubles 7/13 53.85%

 

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James moved into the last 16 of the World Championships, with a straight set victory over Wez Newton. The seven times major winner was averaging well over 100 for the first two and half sets. The last set and a bit Wez came back into to the game but the Machine still had too much. James only dropped three legs in the match. James finished with a 93 average hitting 5 180s, and finished with 12/23 52.17% on his doubles. James will now play Jamie Caven in the last 16 of the World Championship. more

James booked his place in the quarter-final of the World Championships, with a 4 sets to victory over Jamie Caven. James raced into a two sets lead with some big 140 hitting. Caven pulled a set back at the break. James took control of the game with a brilliant 141 finish on double 12. The final set went the distances, with James holding throw to seal the match and book a quarter-final with either Gary Anderson or Vincent van der Voort.

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James booked his place in the quarter-final of the World Championships, with a 4 sets to victory over Jamie Caven. James raced into a two sets lead with some big 140 hitting. Caven pulled a set back at the break. James took control of the game with a brilliant 141 finish on double 12. The final set went the distances, with James holding throw to seal the match and book a quarter-final with either Gary Anderson or Vincent van der Voort.

James finished with a 93.89 average hitting 3 x 180s and 24 x 140s, a checkout percentage of 40.63 hitting 13/32 on the outer ring.

After James refused to blame his cold for patchy performance, but was pleased to be in the next round. James would like to thank his sponsors for their continued support, and of course the army of  #TeamWade fans out there. You can follow james on Twitter here @JamesWade180.

 

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James moved into the last 16 of the World Championships, with a straight set victory over Wez Newton. The seven times major winner was averaging well over 100 for the first two and half sets. The last set and a bit Wez came back into to the game but the Machine still had too much. James only dropped three legs in the match. James finished with a 93 average hitting 5 180s, and finished with 12/23 52.17% on his doubles. James will now play Jamie Caven in the last 16 of the World Championship.

After James said “ Happy with the first two and half sets, but will need to tighten up on the last bit as Jamie will punish me if i do that again.” James would like to thank all his fans for their overwhelming support on social media, and to his sponsors for their continued support. You can follow James on Twitter here @JamesWade180 #TeamWade

 

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James sailed into the second round of the World Championships, with a 3-0 victory over John Michael. James had to wait till after the prelim round, to see who he was going play in the first round. James broke Michael in the first set to take the darts, and win the set 3-2. The second set was straight forward on his own throw sealing the set 3-1. A few missed darts at tops stopped the machine sealing a 3-0 legs victory in the final set, but made do with 3-1 and a 3-0 sets victory. James finished with a 95.77 average hitting ten 140’s and three 180’s, after missing a few darts at doubles the Machine still finished up with 405m on his checkouts.

When talking after James said “ I’ve worked harder than i never have in the build up to the World Championships, I’m ready this year.” “ I’m not going to sit here and say that i will win it but i certainly can win it.” James would also like to thank everyone for their kind words in the build up to this evening games, and thank his sponsors from their continued support.

Follow James on Twitter @JamesWade180 #TeamWade