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Article: Lewis Makes History at the Ally Pally

Lewis Makes History at the Ally Pally

Jamie Lewis made history by becoming the first preliminary round qualifier to reach the quarter-finals of the World Championships. The Cardigan ace recovered from losing the opening set to comfortably beat James Richardson 4-1 last night. Now Lewis, 27, plays Darren Webster this afternoon for a place in the semi-finals after an incredible run at the Ally Pally. He said: “I didn’t really play at the start like I did against Peter Wright. But it was all about just getting a win and I got the job done in the end. “It’s crazy when I got through the qualification in Milton Keynes I was just happy to get in. I didn’t really expect to get to the quarters but now I’m here I want to get further. “I obviously expected to play as well but I knew it was going to be a scrappy game.” Lewis and Webster are in fine form going into this last eight clash but whatever happens the Welsh wizard is confident going into 2018. Jamie Lewis, Red Dragon, Darts, World Championships, William Hill, James RichardsonHe added: “I don’t think there will be nerves. I think Darren is the same as me, we’re both treating it as a good opportunity. I’m sure he’s thinking the same as I am. “We’ve both got a really good chance of getting to the semis, may the best man win. “It’s a massive confidence boost. I’m already looking forward to next season even if I didn’t get into this because leading up to that qualifier in Milton Keynes I changed a lot of things around and now I’m in the quarters of the Worlds. “Now hopefully this is going to be a stepping stone into next season, I think next year will be a good year for me.” By Phil Lanning (@lannomedia) Photography by Lawrence Lustig/PDC

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