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MICHAEL VAN GERWEN and Simon Whitlock will meet in the BetVictor World Matchplay semi-finals, after they enjoyed thrilling quarter-final victories over Dave Chisnall and James Wade at the Winter Gardens on Thursday.
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PHIL TAYLOR hit an incredible nine-dart finish against Michael Smith at the BetVictor World Matchplay on Wednesday as 13-6 victory moved him into the quarter-finals alongside Adrian Lewis, Gary Anderson and Wes Newton.
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One in a Million - the autobiography of Rugby League legend Steve Prescott will take centre stage at Langtree Park on Thursday, 28 August 7pm. Former team mates of the inspirational full back will go through anecdotes of their times spent with Steve.
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MICHAEL VAN GERWEN and James Wade romped into the BetVictor World Matchplay quarter-finals with comfortable wins over Ian White and Richie Burnett on Tuesday, as Dave Chisnall and Simon Whitlock joined them in the last eight in Blackpool.
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RAINFORD regained top spot in the topsy turvy Division 1 of the Med Imaging Liverpool Competition by virtue of a clinical disposal of bottom club Wavertree; a fighting draw by Newton Le Willows denying previous leaders Highfield and rain halting Formby’s progress at Northop Hall.
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LOUIE McCarthy-Scarsbrook was very sorry to see his former club London Broncos relegated last Sunday – meaning that the capital will have no representation in Super League for the first time since its inception.
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SAINTS boss Nathan Brown called for the team to respond better to adversity – and spelled out the importance of a good five-week run of performances in conversation with the Star’s senior sports writer Mike Critchley.
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Southport and District Premier League leaders Prescot and Odyssey CC travelled to Wigan on Saturday for a match against Westleigh, a team who were fifth in the table and well capable of beating anyone in the league on their day.
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