Three-time semi-finalist James Wade was knocked out by Keegan Brown in round one of the PDC World Championship.
Brown claimed the scalp of the 11th seed on Sunday, edging a tense encounter 3-2 to leave Wade facing a first-round exit in the prestigious tournament for the first time since 2006.
Speaking to Sky Sports after his victory, Brown, the 2014 PDC world youth championship, said: "I've played well in the last six months to get to this stage".
Brown will face Zoran Lerchbacher in the second round. 'I relaxed and got the job done.
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The companies never got to the stage of signing actual contracts, and Downer never included the A$2 billion in its pipeline of "work in hand".
'I know just to relax and enjoy the moment, and in front of this brilliant crowd who wouldn't?'
Van der Voort was ready to retire past year due to a back injury, but the Dutchman will take on Steve Beaton following a ruthless display as the exodus of seeds continued in the evening session.
Jamie Lewis beat Dutchman Kenny Neyens in a preliminary match before also defeating fellow Welshman Jonny Clayton, seeded 31st, 3-0 to reach the second round.
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