Exclusive: Osborne 'getting some reward'

By Editorial Staff 01/04/2021

2009 Champions League of Darts winner, and Darts World contributor, Colin Osborne has finished top of the latest Live League group with four wins from his five games. The Wizard came through with eight points seeing off Keelan Kay, Ben Hazel, Josh McCarthy, and Andy Jenkins to claim top spot by the closest of margins:

He said:

" I've worked incredibly hard for a long time and perhaps, I am beginning to get some reward for all the time I have put in." 

The Wizard, as Colin is known, has improved each day since entering at the start of this week. Two wins on Monday and Tuesday were improved to three yesterday before today's bumper haul of four out of five attempts.

Colin added:

" Funny thing is, there is a lot more to come. I have practising at close to the level I know I can, sooner or later it's going to come through, out there"

Andy Jenkins had stepped in for Les Wallace and almost walked away with the group. His defeat to the former Championship League winner and UK Open finalist means that he went down to second place on leg difference and head to head.

Colin added:

"Jenks and I have a long-standing, but friendly, rivalry, the way he was playing earlier looked like it was his day, but I nicked the first leg. After that it was a bit scrappy. But, I remembered that you only have to be better than the other guy, that day"

" I played better on at least two other days and didn't get the reward. But I feel I am getting better with every session"

Colin will return tomorrow and attempt to reach the final group which takes place on Saturday.

Colin contributes a regular Column and ad hoc insight to Darts World online and Magazine.
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