Gary Anderson and Peter Wright bow out of the Players Championship Finals in Minehead as Daryl Gurney and Simon Whitlock reach the quarter-finals.
Daryl Gurney has moved into the quarter-finals of the Players Championship Finals after stunning world champion Gary Anderson with a 10-4 win in Minehead on Saturday night.
Anderson - who was also defending champion in this competition - and Gurney had shared the first eight legs between them as nothing could separate the duo at Butlins.
However, Gurney broke the Scot's throw to move 6-4 ahead in what proved the pivotal moment of the clash - and the Northern Irishman never looked back.
Elsewhere, Simon Whitlock reached his first major quarter-final for 18 months with a dramatic 10-9 win over the in-form Peter Wright.
Both men missed darts for the match in a thrilling last leg, but the Australian and former World Championship runner-up held his nerve at the key time to join Gurney in the last eight.
Ian White also edged a last-leg decider against Gerwyn Price, while world number one Michael van Gerwen averaged 103.23 on his way to a 10-6 triumph over Vincent van der Voort.
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