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  1. New deal for Wadey!

    New deal for Wadey!

    JAMES WADE admitted that he’s “winning in life” after signing a contract with Unicorn which will take him past 20 years with the top darts firm.

    The Aldershot hotshot has rediscovered his very best form over the past couple of years and has qualified for the Premier League finals and World Cup for England. 

    But Wade, 39, kicked off his busy schedule by signing on the dotted line for Unicorn for another five years, having first joined the team back in 2004.

    He said: “I'm winning in life, and I believe I've got loads more major titles left in me. I've never reached what I know I'm capable of, but there's a lot more in the tank.

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  2. New York glory for Smith

    New York glory for Smith

    MICHAEL SMITH admitted it was “unreal” to win the US Darts Masters at Madison Square Garden.

    The St.Helens ace defeated Michael van Gerwen 8-4 to take the title in New York on Saturday night. 

    Smith, 31, beat Scots Gary Anderson 8-3 and then World Champ Peter Wright 8-6 on the way to the final before a powerhouse performance to KO MVG in the famous venue and take the £20,000.

    He said: “I've won tournaments before but it's unreal to win at Madison Square Garden. Everyone wanted to win this event and it's unreal for me to be that person.

    “I've just won a tournament in the most iconic venue

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  3. Gary Anderson has vowed to “keep battling on” despite patchy form and wants glory in New York!

    Gary Anderson has vowed to “keep battling on” despite patchy form and wants glory in New York!

    GARY ANDERSON has vowed to “keep battling on” despite patchy form and wants glory in New York!

    The Flying Scotsman has found life difficult so far this year, winning just five matches in 14 nights of the Premier League. 

    But on the verge of the penultimate league night at the O2 in London tomorrow night (Thursday) where he faces Joe Cullen, Ando is still determined to get it right. 

    He said: “Darts has been a struggle this year, probably the year before as well but yeah just keep battling on. Hopefully it'll come good one day.

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  4. Anderson ready for Glasgow return

    Anderson ready for Glasgow return

    GARY ANDERSON admits he needs more nerves ahead of an emotional homecoming to Scotland. 

    The Flying Scotsman has won just four matches in 12 Premier League clashes ahead of Night 13 at the OVO Hydro tonight (Thursday).

    Ando, 51, faces fellow Scot Peter Wright but believes he needs an extra edge in front of his Tartan fans. 

    He said: “Every time I went onto the stage before Covid, I used to get really nervous.


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  5. Wade just happy to be "onwards and upwards"

    Wade just happy to be "onwards and upwards"

    JAMES WADE admits he’s just super happy to be moving “onwards and upwards” after a classy second Premier League night win.

    The Machine moved into third above Scot Peter Wright in the table after beating Jonny Clayton to win Night 12 in Dublin.

    Wade, 39, has now reached five finals with two wins and also hit his highest-ever average of 114.73 in a 6-1 semi demolition of Gerwyn Price. 

    He said: “I’m super happy. It’s not very often I’m short of answers. I’ve played among the greatest darts players tonight and I’ve prevailed to the top. I’m moving onwards and upwards which is quite surprising.

    “At times

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  6. Wade close to his best after Manchester glory...

    Wade close to his best after Manchester glory...

    JAMES WADE feels he is on the cusp of big things after delivering a first Premier League night win of the season. 

    The Machine KO’d Joe Cullen 6-5 with a 105 average to win the final in front of a record 12,000 crowd in Manchester on Thursday night.

    But Wade, 39, believes he is close to even better form after reaching his fourth final of the campaign. 

    He said: “I've done it at last - I'm super happy!

    “I feel like my form is close to ‘here I am’. It’s there but

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  7. Smith vows: “I’ve just got to wait my time”

    Smith vows: “I’ve just got to wait my time”

    MICHAEL SMITH has vowed to wait his time after making four finals already in 2022.

    The former World Youth champion continues to deliver consistency at the highest level after moving up to World No.4.

    Smith, 31, has finished runner-up in the World Championship, UK Open and two Premier League nights and admits he is learning to deal with oche setbacks. 

    He said: “I take my confidence wherever I go. I’m getting really good at recovering from events. If I’ve lost, give me half an hour and I get on with the day after. I think that’s what I’m blessed with, I can forget things so easily. 

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  8. Diamond Rocks

    Diamond Rocks

    IAN WHITE admits the “great relationship” with Unicorn is the reason behind his long consistency in the sport. 

    The Stoke star has vowed to battle back up the world rankings after illness hampered his form last year.

    White, 51, has shown flashes of his brilliant best over the past few months as he celebrates a decade with Unicorn.

    He revealed: “It’s a special thing, 10 years has flown by since I started with Unicorn. It’s been a great relationship, they’ve stood by me and it’s been nice to have someone to give you everything you need.

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  9. Wade targeting second Premier League title

    Wade targeting second Premier League title

    JAMES WADE does not believe he’s a “dark horse” to pick up his second Premier League title. 

    The Aldershot hotshot has made a typically steady start to the campaign including reaching one final.

    Wade, 38, is confident that he can add to his league title last won 13 years ago - which underlines his evergreen longevity in the sport. 

    He said: “I don’t see myself as a dark horse. In the second week I had some problems at home, no excuse why I lost to Joe Cullen. I wasn’t there as a person. That’s why that second week was so poor.

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  10. Smith opens up after UK Open final defeat

    Smith opens up after UK Open final defeat

    MICHAEL SMITH has opened up on his heartbreak of losing another major final at the UK Open.

    The ex-World Youth champ has suffered 10 final defeats in recent years and suffered another tough setback with his latest loss to Danny Noppert on Sunday night. 

    But Smith, 31, remains defiant about how far his career has come and rising to World No.4.

    He said: Yes it hurts bad losing finals and still not having that major in my locker.

    “But I’m married, I have two kids and living

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