Darren Webster finds himself in the quarter-finals of the world championships for the first time in a decade: comfortably beating Spain's Antonio Alcinas 4-0. He did so in spite of a relatively low average of 94.54, but important to progression was his quick-thinking - and moving - in the final set.
As he was closing the game out, he hit a 140 to set up a 64 finish. The final of that trio of darts however, hit the board before teetering with falling out and finding the floor for nothing. For a dart to count, it must be plucked from the board by the thrower. With said dart wobbling, Webster shot across the oche to pick it out.
Webster will face the winner of Jamie Lewis and James Richardson (not that one) in the next round.