Willie O'Connor won his opening group match at the Grand Slam of Darts in Wolverhampton on Saturday.
The Limerick man came from 3-2 down to beat Darren Webster 5-3. Gary Anderson and Dave Parletti are the other two players in O'Connor's group.
O'Connor celebrated the victory enthusiastically. That was partially down to how annoyed he was by 51-year-old Englishman Webster spilling water over his equipment early in the match.
"I got a bit annoyed," O'Connor told Sky Sports.
"I looked back and my darts case and everything was covered in water - he spilt water all over my stuff. It annoyed me early on and it showed in that first and second leg.
"I had been playing great darts backstage. I tried to put it behind me but it really bugged me that he poured water all over my stuff.
"Whether it was done on purpose or not, it was a fact that it happened and it affected me in the middle of my game - it shouldn't have happened."
💦 WATER-GATE 💦
William O'Connor isn't best pleased with Darren Webster after that one...
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"Look, I want to come out of my group, I know I've got the darts to do it," added O'Connor.
"I am practising well, been playing well the last while.
"I have the beating of all of these guys. I just have to go up and do it. At the minute my practice is going well and I have the confidence to do it. I think I will do it and I think I will come out of my group."
Look how much that meant to the Irishman! William O'Connor defeats Darren Webster 5-3 with a 100 average!
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