Younger Kiwi Kayden Milne knocked out within the quarter-finals with a shock win over NZ Darts Masters

Kayden Milne is cast in the NZ Darts Masters.

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Kayden Milne is solid within the NZ Darts Masters.

Christchurch’s Kayden Milne could not replicate one other shock win on the NZ Darts Masters, shedding within the quarter-finals 6-0 to England’s Michael “Bully Boy” Smith on Saturday.

Milne England skilled Valon Sherrock surprised within the opening spherical on Fridayprofitable 6-5 in one of the best 11 video games.

However the 22-year-old was no match for third seed Smith in Hamilton, whose three-darts common has all the time been over 100. Milne’s common was beneath 80.

The Claudelands Area crowd cheered to welcome the lone quarter-finalist Kiwi on stage, however quickly calm reigned as soon as Smith’s fiercely-favoured shot within the quarter-finals.

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Younger Kiwi Kayden Milne scores a shock win over Fallon Sherrock.

Milne hit one 180 to boost the roof, however Smith threw 4 and completed with a 46%-plus drawdown.

At six legged, Milne had one checkout try (double 20) however he was method too loud.

Within the inaugural quarter-final on Saturday, Belgian prime seed Dimitri van den Berg beat England’s Joe Colin 6-5. Welshman Jeroen Worth beat England’s James Wade 6-2.

The Dutch world primary Michael Van Gerwin, the defending champion and second seed, misplaced 6-3 to Welshman Johnny Clayton.

Smith, final 12 months’s World Championship runner-up, was drawn with Clayton within the semi-finals, as was Van den Berg in opposition to Worth.

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