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Gerwyn Price hit a nine-darter at an exhibition vs Michael van Gerwen and the crowd erupted

Gerwyn Price hit a nine-darter at an exhibition vs Michael van Gerwen and the crowd erupted

Price hit a nine-darter against the three-time world champion.

Gerwyn Price hit a nine-darter in an exhibition against Michael van Gerwen - and the crowd erupted.

The Welshman had a challenging Premier League campaign, missing a week in Aberdeen due to a back injury before missing out on the final by finishing in fifth place.

The back injury and subsequent absence meant he received a punishment of an automatic minus six leg difference, heavily impacting his chances of making the final night.

Price did hit a nine-darter during Week 10, achieving perfection during his semi-final match against Michael Smith in Belfast. He eventually reached the night's final, but lost 6-3 to eventual champion Luke Littler.

The 2021 world champion prompted plenty of discussion on Tuesday when he directly addressed the possibility of the PDC moving the World Darts Championship to Saudi Arabia, following comments made by former PDC chairman Barry Hearn.

Meanwhile, in footage posted to Twitter last week, the 39-year-old took on Van Gerwen in an exhibition contest - and hit another incredible nine-darter.

Van Gerwen was left with a score of just 409 after six darts, leaving Price with the opportunity to take out 141.

He took the traditional treble 20 - treble 19 - double 12 route - and might well have been struggling to hear for a few minutes afterwards following the crowd's incredible reaction.

Take a look below.

Price returned to competitive darts action on May 25, recording comfortable wins over Mickey Mansell and Gian van Veen before losing to Josh Rock in the quarter-finals of European Tour 7.

His last tournament win came back in November at Players Championship 29, where he overcame a challenging draw to beat Dave Chisnall 8-3 in the final.

He suffered a third round defeat at the 2024 World Championship at the hands of Brendan Dolan, who went on to produce an impressive display in beating Gary Anderson before losing 5-1 to Luke Littler.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter

Topics: Darts