Shaun Murphy will face Ronnie O’Sullivan in the final of a major tournament for the third time this season, after he scored a superb 6-3 win over Mark Williams in the semi-finals of the Ladbrokes Players Championship.
Murphy beat O’Sullivan in the final of the Champion of Champions in November then the Rocket took revenge at the UK Championship in December. On Sunday in Llandudno they will battle over a maximum of 19 frames, with the winner to take the trophy and a top prize of £125,000.
Continue reading SightRight Coached Shaun Murphy – 2017 Champion of Champions Winner – earns his 5th Final and 4th Ranking Event Final of the Season
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Hong Kongs ‘NOWtv’ film feature on SIGHTRIGHT COACHING & SIGHTRIGHT CUE TECHNOLOGY with SightRight Inventor – Stephen Feeney, Wayne Griffiths & Alan Wong at Hong Kong Sports Institute (filmed in Hong Kong)
Lee Walker, Mark Williams, Shaun Murphy, Martin Gould & Marco Fu
Mark Williams success is discussed in the studio, following his outstanding German Masters performance.
Video courtesy of Eurosport
Ronnie O’Sullivan, speaking as a Eurosport pundit at the German Masters, said this was the best he has ever seen SightRight coached Mark Williams play.
Ronnie: “I don’t think I have ever seen him play as well to be honest – even when he was playing really well when he got to number 1 in the world.”
Mark Williams thumps Graeme Dott 9-1 to win his 20th ranking title – some performance from a player continuing to flourish in his forties!
He wins the 2018 D88 German Masters, bagging the £80,000 top prize and climbing to #7 in the world rankings!
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Live interview by Jimmy White with SightRight Stablemates Mark Williams and Lee Walker about SightRight coaching.
Video courtesy of www.discoveryuk.com
DYNAMIC Dawson Murschell could be the next Michael van Gerwen or Emporio Armani…thanks to MAPLE SYRUP! The Canadian new kid on the PDC block came through the ultra-tough Q School to get a tour card and is ready to launch a new chapter of his life in the UK.
But ‘Awesome Dawson’ has shown incredible initiative to get this far by starting a fashion label Finlay Bridge Outfitters to fund his darting dream.
Murschell, 22, revealed: “I started the company selling hoodies, beanies, sunglasses to get enough money to play darts.
“That has worked so far and got me a tour card now, so it’s been a good journey. I will now move to the UK from Canada in time for the UK Open.
“I will continue to run the company from the UK. My family are very supportive and I can still handle it online with help back home from my mum, brother and grandma.
“I’m not sure whether I’d want to be the next Michael van Gerwen or Armani. I want to be Dawson Murschell and darts is my dream and ambition. But I wouldn’t turn down being a success in darts or fashion to be honest.”
Murschell’s dream run into the PDC big time included a sensational win over James Wade in the US Masters in Las Vegas last year. The Medicine Hat, Alberta kid also admits that Canadian oche legends John Part and Jeff Smith are huge inspirations and helped him along the way – thanks to some homegrown mental strength.
He added: “Q School was very tough, the standard now is just incredible. The PDC Development and Challenge Tours are creating so many good young players.
Continue reading Awesome Dawson’s amazing online improvement
Brilliance by SightRights @GouldyBalls147 as he knocks in a #147 in the Championship League yesterday on his way to Winning Group 6.
Refereed by @brendanmoore147
Mark Williams has claimed his 19th ranking title and his first on UK soil for 14 years after a thrilling 9-8 defeat of Yan Bingtao in the Dafabet Northern Ireland Open final.
“I said to myself a while ago if I could get to 20 ranking titles I would be over the moon. You never know now. I just need one more.
Continue reading WILLIAMS WINS 19TH RANKING TITLE IN BELFAST