Geert Nentjes failed on Friday to reach the semi-finals at the PDC Home Tour. The darts player from Urk had to leave the group win to top player Dave Chisnall.
The 21-year-old Nentjes was the only one to win his first two matches in the group - he defeated both Darren Webster and Damon Heta 6-5 - and then competed with Chisnall for a spot in the next round. The number eleven in the world was 6-3 too strong.
The elimination of Nentjes means that there are still two Dutch people in the tournament. Jelle Klaasen has already entered the last eight and on Sunday Martijn Kleermaker hopes to do the same.
In the second phase of the PDC Home Tour, an alternative tournament where the darters come into action from home, there are eight groups of four. The group winners reach the semi-finals.
In addition to Klaassen, two-time world champion Gary Anderson and the Belgian Mike De Decker are sure of a place in the semi-final match, which consists of two groups of four players.
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