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Steve Beaton is enjoying something of a renaissance following years out of the limelight, returning to the oche and playing darts from out of this world. Its been 20 years since The Bronzed Adonis claimed the coveted Lakeside championship.Sixth seed Beaton came through five hard-fought matches to clinch the BDO World Championship beating Co Stompe, John Part, Martin Adams, Andy Fordham and then Richie Burnett in the final. Needless to say, Beaton is a darting demigod, sporting the hairy chest, tache, medallion and Bee Gees song Stayin Alive to complete the walk-on.In fact, Beaton has even broken the twittersphere in the past with #50ShadesOfBeaton. Beaton is famed for his walk-on music And it might well be making a comeback after his latest exploits at the World Matchplay in Blackpool.Coventry-born Beaton, who switched to the PDC in 2001, has been a semi-finalist at the World Matchplay, World Grand Prix, Grand Slam and UK Open with his one and only major final coming in 2009 when he lost out to Phil Taylor at the European Championship. It looked as though his best days were behind him, but the former world No 1 played in his first final since 2014 at the sixth UK Open Qualifier earlier this year before enjoying a solid run of results on the Pro Tour.Beaton has now taken his fine form to the Winter Gardens and at 52 is proving that age is no barrier.After knocking out World Championship semi-finalist Jelle Klaasen, he followed that result up with a stunning 11-7 victory over Michael Smith on Wednesday night. The Adonis was delighted after stunning Michael Smith Beaton continued to roll back the years against the up-and-coming Smith - averaging just under 100 and registering a 65 per cent checkout success in a high-quality contest to reach his first TV quarter-final since his run at the Grand Slam nearly six years ago. WATCH: Darts trick shots Darts like youve never seen before, courtesy of trick-shot team How Ridiculous Is it that long, really? No. I was in the final of the Pro Tour the other week, Beaton joked. I play for the buzz and its brilliant. Im getting paid for it as well, something I love, its brilliant. If I can carry on for another 10 years then all the best. He now faces World Champion Gary Anderson for a place in the semi-finals and although he will be the clear underdog, Sky Sports darts expert Wayne Mardle believes he shouldnt be underestimated.Its one of those feel good results, the 2003 World Matchplay runner-up said. Steve Beaton has been one of the favourites, here and everywhere in darts for decades and Steve has this hunger and desire and the love of a paycheck apparently.It can drive someone who loves playing the game because it comes to simply to him. He holds the dart, he lifts his arm up and just throws. Beaton nailed this magnificent 160 checkout on his way to victory against Smith That performance was different class from Beaton. That is a performance where Michael van Gerwen, Phil Taylor and Gary Anderson would have struggled to keep Steve from reaching 11 legs.The finishing under pressure, which he had to do was just magnificent. That was one of those heart-warming wins that most people enjoyed apart from Michael Smith and his fans.We dont expect Steve to have his 99 average over this long format. The way he did it with the panache and style that only he can produce, weve seen quality darts from start to finish.Check out daily Darts news on skysports.com/darts, our app for mobile devices and iPad and our Twitter account @skysportsdarts and watch Steve Beaton take on Gary Anderson, live on Sky this Friday.By purchasing a Sky Sports Day Pass for £6.99 or Sky Sports Week Pass for £10.99, you can enjoy access to all seven Sky Sports channels and watch on a TV with a NOW TV Box or on a range of devices. Also See: Taylor and Anderson rock on Sky Bets darts odds Live on Sky NOW TV Jay Beagle Jersey . - Kevin Labanc and Joseph Blandisi were a potent combination for the Barrie Colts on Friday night. Andre Burakovsky Jersey . “Im not sure well get Melky Cabrera at all,” said Gibbons. The 29-year-old left fielder struggled all season with knee and hamstring problems. 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The Heat, who have won the last two NBA titles and lost three years ago in the Finals, took a 2-1 series lead on Saturday night with a 99-87 win. Miami is a perfect 6-0 as the home team in the postseason. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade fueled Miamis strong third quarter and Ray Allens sharp-shooting helped hold Indiana at bay in the fourth. The Heat trailed by as many as 15 points in the first half and didnt take their first lead until midway through the third, when James capped an 8-0 burst with a two-handed, fastbreak dunk for a 52-51 advantage. James and Wade combined for 22 points in the third -- the same amount as the Pacers -- to help the Heat take a 71-64 spread into the fourth. Indiana got as close as two in the final frame before Allen took over, draining all four of his 3-point tries en route to 16 points as the Heat pulled away down the stretch. "This team has proven to be resilient," Allen said of his team battling back despite trailing by double digits. "In bad situations, we pick it back up." James finished with 26 points, seven assists, five rebounds and four steals, while Wade added 23 points, four boards and four assists for the Heat. Allen was the only other double-digit scorer for Miami. Paul George, who suffered a concussion in the fourth quarter of Indianas 87-83 loss in Game 2, supplied 17 points and Roy Hibbert tallied 16 points for the Pacers, who had won five straight road games. David ;West chipped in 13 points, while Lance Stephenson tallied 10 points and 11 rebounds.dddddddddddd Indiana took advantage of a sluggish start from Miami Saturday and stifled the Heat for much of the opening frame, forcing seven turnovers and holding the home team to 6-of-16 shooting from the floor over the first 12 minutes. The Pacers held a 21-14 lead after one and the 14 first-quarter points was a season-low for the two-time champions. With the margin at seven following a Chris Bosh triple early in the second, Luis Scola supplied back-to-back buckets to spark a 10-2 burst that Rasual Butler capped with a trey for a 37-22 cushion with 6:22 on the clock. The Heat clamped down defensively from there, holding Indiana without a field goal over the next five-plus minutes to claw their way back into the game. "We had no choice but to regather," Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra said of his team falling behind by double digits. "It was good to see us bounce back in the second quarter and show some toughness." The Heat turned a four-point deficit at the start of the second half into a seven-point cushion thanks to Wade and James. Wade opened the fourth with another trey to push the spread to 10, but George scored eight points in a 10-2 Indiana burst to pull the Pacers within 76-74. Allen caught fire from there, nailing three 3-pointers in a 3:23-span to help the Heat create a 90-79 advantage. Allens fourth triple of the frame made it 97-82 with 2:50 to play and Miami cruised the rest of the way. "Its very early in the series," Indiana head coach Frank Vogel said. "They came back, they took care of their home court. We gotta try to come out and get Game 4." Game 5 will be Wednesday night in Indianapolis. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '


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