MICHAEL VAN GERWEN'S incredible run of form continued as he claimed a third successive televised title at the inaugural Unibet World Series of Darts Finals in Glasgow on Sunday night, defeating Peter Wright 11-10 in a superb final.
World number one van Gerwen has won the European Championship and Grand Slam of Darts titles this month, and claimed the £30,000 first prize at the Braehead Arena with some stunning darts.
Van Gerwen, the winner of May's Dubai Darts Masters in the first of five international World Series events this year, was outstanding in his defeats of Raymond van Barneveld and Adrian Lewis to reach the final.
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MICHAEL VAN GERWEN completed a clean sweep of the PDC's major titles with a brilliant 16-13 triumph over Phil Taylor in the SINGHA Beer Grand Slam of Darts final on Sunday night.
Van Gerwen's incredible 2015 continued as the world number one followed up his previous Masters, UK Open, World Matchplay and European Championship victories by scooping the £100,000 first prize at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall.
After trailing 4-1 and 7-3, van Gerwen punished missed doubles from the Stoke legend to win six straight legs and move 9-7 up during an enthralling contest.
Koha Kokiri defeated New Zealand Champion Warren Parry to take out the 2015 Oceanic Masters... Koha defeated fellow New Zealander 8 - 4 and has qualified for the William Hill World Darts Championship, London England
The knockout Round of the 2015 Oceanic Masters has commenced
A live scoreboard will operate for the final