MODUS Live League: Culleton's a handful
By Joe Williams 09/06/2021
NIALL Culleton took a four-point lead at the top of Group A on Tuesday, after he completed a clean sweep with five wins from five, as he looks set to secure his place in Saturday’s finale at the Online Live League.
Culleton, who entered Tuesday’s play in 2nd on 6 points from the opening day, dropped just seven legs across five wins, recording victories over Jamie Clark, Robert Owen, Greg Ritchie, Darren Beveridge and Mike Warburton respectively, as he sits on 16 points from a possible 20 overall.
Elsewhere, Jamie Clark and Mike Warburton both ended the day with three wins from five, as they sit 3rd and 4nd overall respectively on 12 points, with Darren Beveridge also on 12 points, after he suffered a disappointing day, finishing bottom with just one win after an impressive day on Monday, which saw him complete a clean sweep. Robert Owen and Greg Ritchie both sit joint 5th overall on 4 points each, with Owen securing his first two wins of the week, after a winless run in Monday’s play.
Modus Online Live League continues on Wednesday with the six players returning on the final day of Group A, hoping to boost their chances of securing a place in Saturday’s Finale, with Culleton leading the way thus far. Players who finish in places 2-6 will be split into two groups in Thursday and Friday’s play with Afternoon and Evening sessions taking place on both days, as well as new players entering the fray. Play will begin at 9:30 BST on Wednesday and will be streamed live on Online Darts TV YouTube channel or via various bookmaker’ websites worldwide.
Modus Online Live League
Group A Day 2- Tuesday 8th June
Niall Culleton 4-1 Jamie Clark
Greg Ritchie 4-1 Robert Owen
Mike Warburton 4-1 Darren Beveridge
Niall Culleton 4-3 Robert Owen
Jamie Clark 4-1 Darren Beveridge
Mike Warburton 4-3 Greg Ritchie
Robert Owen 4-2 Darren Beveridge
Niall Culleton 4-0 Greg Ritchie
Mike Warburton 4-3 Jamie Clark
Niall Culleton 4-2 Darren Beveridge
Robert Owen 4-1 Mike Warburton
Jamie Clark 4-1 Greg Ritchie
Niall Culleton 4-1 Mike Warburton
Darren Beveridge 4-1 Greg Ritchie
Jamie Clark 4-2 Robert Owen
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