Gerwyn Price was knocked out of the darts Players Championship Finals by eventual-winner and world number one Michael van Gerwen.
Price, 35, lost 11-8 to the Dutchman in Coventry on Sunday evening (November 29).
Price began the tournament with a 6-2 win over Scotland’s John Henderson on Friday evening (November 27), before earning a 6-2 win over Jamie Hughes and a 10-6 win over Luke Humphries to reach the quarter-finals.
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There, he edged Joe Cullen 10-9 to set up a semi-final clash with van Gerwen – a repeat of last year’s final, where the Dutchman beat Price 11-9 at Butlin’s in Minehead.
Van Gerwen beat England’s Mervyn King 10-9 in the final to win a second Players Championship Finals title in a row – his sixth victory in the competition in the last eight years.
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