Ally Pally Classics: Paul Nicholson’s dream debut continues with last set victory over Adrian Lewis

By Alex Moss
8 DECEMBER 2016 • 8:40AM 

The latest entry into our Ally Pally Classics series sees us move forward to the second year the PDC World Championship was held at the Alexandra Palace.

The 2009 tournament marked the World Championship debut of Australia’s Paul Nicholson, who enjoyed a memorable run to the quarter-finals before losing out to James Wade.

On the way to the last eight though, Nicholson and Adrian Lewis met in the second round, where no fewer than 17 180s were hit in a match which went all the way to a seventh and final set.

With the final set tied at 4-4, Nicholson produced back-to-back 100+ finishes of 129 and 121, the latter of those on the bullseye, to knock out Lewis.

Please note: The other parts of the video are available on YouTube

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