Humphries fine Euro form continues
Luke Humphries put in another impressive showing at the weekend, reaching the semi-finals of the European Darts Open.
Humphries swapped his native Newbury for Leverkusen, Germany, to compete in the fifth PDC European Tour event of the 2022 season.
Humphries, who won the German Darts Grand Prix last month, missed out on the final following a 7-2 defeat to defending champion Michael van Gerwen.
Cool Hand Luke won his second round match with ease, beating Darren Penhall 6-2.
Humphries then raced into a 4-0 lead in his third round match against Brendan Dolan. Dolan fought back and cut the deficit to 5-4, but Humphries kept his cool to win 6-4.
The world number 18 was in fine form in his quarter-final, beating Nathan Aspinall 6-3 with a 108 average.
The imperious MVG proved a step too far for Humphries, who fell to a comprehensive defeat against the current world number three.
Next up on the European Tour is the Czech Darts Open. Humphries will travel to Prague full of confidence, in search of another strong performance.