After five rounds of high quality darts from Australia’s top 6 Grand Prix ranked players, the line up for Monday night’s semi finals are set.
Aaron Morrison got off to a blistering start in the final qualifying round, solidifying his place in the top 4 with a 5-1 victory over Queensland’s Jeremy Fagg.
In the top of the table clash it was Mal Cuming who returned to his winning ways after his round 4 defeat at the hands of Morrison on Saturday night.
The Victorian emerged victorious over Peter Machin 5-2 to finish in first position on the leaderboard. Machin – who entered the evening with internet issues – won’t have to wait long for a rematch – with the pair set to meet in Monday’s first semi final clash.
To conclude the evening Victorian Justin Thompson trailed 2-4 in his match up with Stuart Coburn. Thompson managed to click into gear, winning the last three legs to clinch the win 5-4.
Cuming will meet Machin who finished in fourth place in the first semi final, while Thompson will do battle against the third placed Morrison in semi final 2.
The two semi final winners will advance to the final and play off for the ultimate glory of being crowned Australian Darts Iso Challenge champion.
See the Round 5 results below:
Aaron Morrison defeated Jeremy Fagg 5-1
Mal Cuming defeated Peter Machin 5-2
Justin Thompson defeated Stuart Coburn 5-4
Semi Finals schedule – Monday 24 May AEST:
5:00pm SF 1 – Mal Cuming v Peter Machin
5:40pm SF 2 – Justin Thompson v Aaron Morrison
6:20pm Final – Winner of SF 1 v Winner of SF 2
To view the replay of the round 5 broadcast, please follow the link below: