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Article: DARTS: Adams edging closer to regaining Lakeside title

DARTS: Adams edging closer to regaining Lakeside title

"Wolfie" triumphed 4-2 in his second round contest against Lakeside debutante Daryl Gurney, from Northern Ireland, on Wednesday.


The England captain raced into an early 2-0 lead, before Gurney battled back to level the contest.


But Adams, the 2007 champion and the most experienced player at the tournament, took the last two sets to book a last-eight clash with sixth seed Gary Robson.


Adams said: "I would like to have won 4-0, but Daryl threw some very good darts and perhaps it is a case that these close matches wear me down because I am getting older and have lapses in concentration.


"I even tried standing half-an-inch back from the oche but it didn^t help.


"Daryl is a great player and has a big future in the game."


Adams survived a scare against unseeded Englishman Dave Chisnall in his opening match on Monday.


He endured a 63-minute showdown, missing countless doubles before finally winning 3-2.


If Wolfie can see off fellow Englishman Robson, he will face either John Walton or Ted Hankey in the semi-final, with the final taking place on Sunday.


Story By: The Local

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