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Article: Lewis shocks Snakebite with Stunning Win

Lewis shocks Snakebite with Stunning Win

Jubilant Jamie Lewis dumped World No 2 Peter Wright out of the Worlds admitting it was the “best match” of his life. The Cardigan corker produced a simply incredible performance to shock Snakebite 4-1 with SIXTY ton-plus scores at the Alexandra Palace last night. It was a real case of hasta la vista, Wrighty as the Welsh wizard reeled off an average of 107.25 and 54 per cent on the finishing. Lewis, 26, said: “I still can’t believe it to be honest. I was hoping to give him a good game but I didn’t really expect to beat him. “I’ve been playing well the last few weeks so I thought if I can play like I know I can, I can give him a bit of a match. But to win is just, I’m over the moon. “Is the best I’ve ever played in the PDC, I’ve played probably better in practice. But to play like on the biggest stage, I’m so chuffed. “I don’t know where it came from. I know it’s always been there.It’s been myself not really believing what I can do and the last few weeks I’ve just kind of thought ‘you may as well go for it’. “I started to believe myself a lot more and obviously it’s working. Hopefully now I can keep this going. “I now play on Thursday at the same time. I’ll probably just chill out now tonight, get something to eat and wake up tomorrow and get ready for the match. “It’s not really sunk in just yet to be honest. It probably won’t until tomorrow!” Wright was the latest big name to exit the Ally Pally in misery along with Adrian Lewis, James Wade, Dave Chisnall, Stephen Bunting and Simon Whitlock - who lost out to Darren Webster earlier in the day. There was no sign of the drama ahead as Wright took the opening set. But then it was all Lewis with a succession of sensational scoring and finishing. Lewis even produced seven perfect darts and averaged over 120 in the second and third sets as he took control of the match. Wright, who averaged 103.44 and was on form, still couldn’t match the scoring power of Lewis who came of average to wrap it up and now faces James Richardson tonight (Thurs). By Phil Lanning (@lannomedia) Photography by Lawrence Lustig/PDC

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