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Wade meets Wright again in the Semi-finals – Second Round of the 2018 European Tour – The German Darts Grand Prix.


This Easter Weekend saw the winning pattern for James continue once again as the second round of the European Tour began in Munich.

James’s first match on Saturday evening saw a 6-2 win against Madars Razma and a 6-4 win against Jelle Klaasen on Easter Sunday.

Monday’s impressive third-round 6-1 game against Michael Smith led James to the evening’s quarter-finals where he went on to beat Max Hopp 6-3.

The competition continued into the evening, where once again it was Wade v’s Wright in the semi-finals which saw Peter secure his place in the final in the best of 13 legs match 7-3.

Six is the magic number for James as he reaches the Semi-finals in the first European Tour


Six was the magic number for James this weekend in the first European Tour, which took place at the Ostermann Arena, Leverkusen, Germany.

James defeated his first four opponents winning six legs each time and securing his place in the semi-finals.

James’s first match on Friday saw him take a 6-3 win over Steve Beaton.

This was a pattern that was set to continue in Saturday’s match against Jelle Klaasen where again, James won 6-3.

Sunday afternoon’s round three saw James win against Michael Smith, 6-4 which led him through to the evening session where he was to meet Mervyn King in the Quarter-finals.

A 6-4 win for James saw him take his semi-final oche position against Peter Wright, who went on to win the best of 13 legs match 7-4.

James will next play Easter Weekend 30th March – 2nd April in the second European Tour, which will be taking place in Munich, Germany and broadcast live on PDC TV.

James hits the double in Barnsley


Following on from his success in February in the first two European Tour qualifying rounds, success continued for James today as he took the double to secure his place in rounds three and four of the Darts Open taking place in April in Germany and Austria respectively.

James, who is ranked number 10 in the PDC Order of Merit, and is a two-time winner of the Open, initially secured his place in the German Darts Open with a 6-4 win over John Bowles and then went on to firm up his place for the Austrian Darts Open with a win against Ricky Williams, again 6-4.