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WDT Friday Quarter Final Results

Today’s results from the last two quarter final matchups sees Mervyn King defeat Mark Webster 5-3, and Phil Taylor winning 5-3 over Terry Jenkins.

The following summaries are fromn

Mervyn King 5-3 Mark Webster
Mervyn King reeled off three successive sets to see off Mark Webster 5-3
and move into the semi-finals of the Bullit World Darts Trophy.

The two-time WDT runner-up remains on course for a third appearance in the
final of the tournament following a gritty victory over the emerging Welshman.

Webster led 1-0 and 3-2 in the game, but lost his touch on double top at
a crucial time as King hit back to take three sets in a row and earned a date
with Phil Taylor on Saturday night.

Phil Taylor 5-3 Terry Jenkins

Phil Taylor overcame a strong challenge from Terry Jenkins to keep alive
his hopes of retaining the Bullit World Darts Trophy title with a 5-3 quarter-final
win in Utrecht.

Taylor was forced to come from 3-2 down to win three successive sets and
book his place in Saturday’s semi-finals against Mervyn King.

He had led 2-0 before Jenkins powered back into the game and won three straight
sets to move in front and set up a potential repeat of his victory over
Taylor in July’s Stan James World Matchplay.

However, Taylor regained his touch and took the final three sets to move
into the last four.

Saturday, 4pm
Gary Anderson v Andy Hamilton
Mervyn King v Phil Taylor
Best of 11 sets, best of five legs per set

For detailed coverage of today’s matches, please see

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