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Cadby Aims To Make His Mark
AUSTRLIAN Corey Cadby will take to the stage of the Ally Pally tonight knowing he has a big future ahead of him as he looks to make his mark at the William Hill World Darts Championship.

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Cadby, 21, meets China’s Qiang Sun, 46, in the first match of the evening, a preliminary game where the winner faces Joe Cullen.

Tasmanian-born Cadby, who has moved to live in Melbourne, has been making some impression in a sensational 2016 where he even beat Phil Taylor!

He won his first Australian Grand Prix event and then won six other tournaments this year to lead the domestic rankings.

And then came his first crowning glory at the Players Championship finals in Minehead last month when he won the PDC Unicorn World Youth title with a 6-2 defeat of the Netherlands' Berry van Peer.

It was at the Perth Masters in August where he beat The Power 6-2, showing the amazing talent he has.

The victory ended Taylor’s six-event unbeaten record in World series tournaments in Australia, after Cadby had lost to him in Sydney.

“Phil is a big idol of mine,” said Cadby. “He gave me a lot of advice and lots of tips in Sydney and Perth.

“The first time I was more worried about the crowd, more cautious. He beat me 6-3 and I had shots at doubles and I rushed.

“I drew him a week later in Perth and I watched myself back on YouTube, realised the mistakes I had made and corrected them. I gave it my best and had nothing to lose, but all to gain.

“I have been throwing since I was 16 years old. I have had a few breaks here and there.

“I have a fiancée and two kids and I thought I would give it a red-hot shot on the mainland and it’s all paid off.”

It should be another exciting night at the Ally Pally, with double world champion Adrian Lewis in action for the first time in the third game of the evening against Sweden’s Magnus Carius.
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I'm sure he will win the prelim and then give Cullen a real contest.
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(12-19-2016, 04:07 PM)JoelH Wrote: I'm sure he will win the prelim and then give Cullen a real contest.

Thinking along the same lines Joel.  Win the pre-lim and have a close match possibly 3-2 against Cullen.  One of the few bright spots for today's session. Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.

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Nah, Sun to win it all Guests cannot see images in the messages. Please register at the forum by clicking here to see images.
I personally have a feeling that Cadby won't have much trouble with Cullen but Ally Pally does weird things to players sometimes so who knows.
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