Keane Barry claims World Championship debut to go alongside Junior Darts World Championship spot

Keane Barry vowed to Love His Own World Darts Championship debut after winning a thrilling Irish Matchplay to seal a Place at Alexandra Palace in December.

The 17-year-old fought back from 5-2 down and staved off 11 missed match darts out of his opponent Liam Gallagher, to secure an Alexandra Palace debut and cover a memorable couple weeks.
Barry reserved a place in JDC Junior World Championship final a couple of weeks ago and secure in the knowledge he was already on his way into Ally Pally, he managed to take advantage as Gallagher froze with all the finish line.
It had been the teenager from Duleek who maintained his cool, telling the press that he had been practising with MvG and he could not wait for to Alexandra Palace for a double revealing.
it is a dream come true quite ancient but Im going to make the most of it and well see what I can do there. Ill try and revel in it and I understand that if I play my game I can beat anybody, explained Barry.
Im in the JDC final already so it was a free shot. Its a dream when you [to play in the World Championship] – you observe it and you believe so its very special for me, you would like to be there.
Liam got ahead and had a whole lot of opportunities in the game but he didnt take themwhen I received my chances I took them and scraped on the line.
The 106 to move five-all really turned it on, the crowd was in my hands and it was an wonderful feeling to win. Hearing the crowd singing my title gave me goosebumps.
Gallagher was, although the 17-year-old started shooting in three maximums in the opening three arms, in a Irish Matchplay closing.
23-year-old Gallagher reeled off thighs to expand his pillow to 5-2, although barry reduced the arrears with a hold that was beautiful.
Barry kept his hopes alive after Gallagher spurned five darts to the title, and the routine lasted moments later.
Four more darts went begging forThe Tornado in leg before a tenth game dart was survived by Barry kill to force a decider that is dramatic.
Even the 17-year-old had the benefit of throw in the final and 11th leg, although this time it was his turn to suffer finishing-line fever.
He wasted six darts for the title to present Gallagher one last opportunity to prevail, however he narrowly missed tops for a 117 voucher and Barry made no mistake on his own return, pinning double six to seal the deal.
Barry, who sits on the Development Tour Order of Merit this season, is on course to be the youngest competitor using the area in this seasons World Championship.
Darts is next month, back in your Sky Sports screens together with the Grand Slam of Darts, nine days of policy in the Aldersley Leisure Village has underway Saturday, November 9.

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