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Re: PDC Asia Tour

Postby PreciesJJ » Sat Sep 08, 2018 5:43 pm

Results and Order of Merit Asian Tour 9. Seigo Asada wins his 3 Asian Tour of the year after beating Paul Lim 6-5 in the final. Asada and Ilagan have secured their spots at Ally Pally.

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Re: PDC Asia Tour

Postby Snoopdougydoug » Sun Sep 09, 2018 1:49 pm

Dannyboy wrote:I’m not sure Assad will get a visa!

What's the reason why he wouldn't get one?

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Re: PDC Asia Tour

Postby Dannyboy » Sun Sep 09, 2018 1:54 pm

Whoosh. Straight over your head.

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Re: PDC Asia Tour

Postby Ginge » Sun Sep 09, 2018 1:58 pm

Wednesday 27th September 2017 - The Day The Earth Stood Still

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Re: PDC Asia Tour

Postby foggs3355 » Sun Sep 09, 2018 10:44 pm

Who win today event

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Re: PDC Asia Tour

Postby Bag Carrier » Sun Sep 09, 2018 11:01 pm

foggs3355 wrote:Who win today event

Think I seen Paul lim

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Re: PDC Asia Tour

Postby ssjsa » Sun Sep 09, 2018 11:22 pm

PAUL LIM and Seigo Asada shared victories on the fifth PDC Asian Tour weekend of 2018 in Taipei.

Asada followed up March's success in Seoul and a runner-up finish in Kobe by taking victory in Saturday's Event Nine as he survived eight missed match darts against Paul Lim.

Legendary Singapore ace Lim led 5-4 before seeing his chance for victory slip away in leg ten, with the Japanese star taking the decider in 15 darts with a 120 finish.

Asada (above) averaged 105.80 in a last 16 win over Hsin Fu Yang and then averaged 104.40 to whitewash Daisuke Akamatsu in the quarter-finals, before edging out Hong Kong's Royden Lam in the semis.

Lim (main image) was also in impressive form, overcoming three-time Asian Tour event winner Lourence Ilagan in the last 16, averaging almost 103 in his quarter-final win over Haruki Muramatsu before seeing off another Japanese ace, Yuki Yamada, in the last four.

Sunday's event saw Lim go one better with a 5-3 triumph over Lourence Ilagan in the final.

Lim overcame Noel Malicdem in the quarter-finals before an impressive 5-0 whitewash win over Muramatsu in the semis.

The Singapore star, who was a quarter-finalist at Event Two in South Korea, is now only $400 behind the Order of Merit ranking number four Malidem.

2018 PDC Asian Tour
Event Nine, Taipei
Paul Lim 5-2 Haruki Muramatsu
Yuki Yamada 5-1 Noel Malicdem
Royden Lam 5-0 Seiya Asakura
Seigo Asada 5-0 Daisuke Akamatsu

Paul Lim 5-4 Yuki Yamada
Seigo Asada 5-4 Royden Lam

Seigo Asada 5-4 Paul Lim

Event Ten, Taipei
Haruki Muramatsu 5-3 Seigo Asada
Paul Lim 5-2 Noel Malicdem
Lourence Ilagan 5-1 Daisuke Akamatsu
Alexis Toylo 5-2 Royden Lam

Paul Lim 5-0 Haruki Muramatsu
Lourence Ilagan 5-1 Alexis Toylo

Paul Lim 5-3 Lourence Ilagan

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Re: PDC Asia Tour

Postby The Jolly Man » Mon Sep 10, 2018 3:59 pm

Paolo Nebrida is in the qualifying spot for the World Youth. Hope he makes it over as the averages he posted in the 4 events he played would make him a serious contender for the tournament

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