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

After winning a thrilling Irish Matchplay to Secure a spot keane Barry Pledged to enjoy His Own World Darts Championship debut.

Even the 17-year-old fought back from 5-2 down and staved off 11 missed match darts from his rival Liam Gallagher, to seal an Alexandra Palace introduction and cap a memorable couple of weeks.
Barry reserved somewhere in JDC Junior World Championship last a couple weeks back and safe in the knowledge that he was already on his way to Ally Pally, he was able to make the most Gallagher froze together with all the finish line.
It had been the adolescent from Duleek who kept his cool, telling the media that he had been practising with MvG and that he could not wait to get to Alexandra Palace for a showing that is double.
Its a dream come true quite ancient but Im going to make the most of it and well see what I can do that. I will try and revel in it and I know that if I play my own game I could beat anybody, said Barry.
Im in the JDC last already so it was a free shot. Its a fantasy when you [to perform at the World Championship] – you watch it each year and you think youd like to be there its really special for me.
Liam got ahead and had a lot of opportunities in the game but he didnt take them, and when I received my chances I took them and scraped over the line.
The 106 to move five-all really turned it on, the audience was on my side and it was an remarkable feeling to win. Hearing the audience singing my name gave me goosebumps.
Gallagher was, although the 17-year-old began fast firing in three maximums from the opening three arms, in a dramatic Irish Matchplay final.
Barry reduced the arrears with a delightful grip, but Gallagher reeled off back up legs to expand his cushion.
Barry kept his hopes alive with a 96 mix that was refined after Gallagher spurned five darts to its name, and the pattern continued moments.
Four darts went begging The Tornado in leg before Barry survived a game dart kill to force a decider.
Even the 17-year-old had the advantage of throw at the 11th and last leg, although this time it was his turn to suffer fever that is finishing-line.
He narrowly missed tops and Barry left no mistake on his return, although he wasted six darts for the title to gift Gallagher one last opportunity to prevail.
Barry, that sits on the Development Tour Order of Merit this season, is on course to be the youngest competitor in this seasons World Championship with the field.
Darts is next month back on your Sky Sports displays with all the Grand Slam of Darts, fourteen months of policy in the Aldersley Leisure Village has underway on Saturday, November 9.

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