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    Teenage darts star Luke Littler admits he was motivated by his World Championship final loss in January, as he bounced back to win the Premier League title

    Teenage darts star Luke Littler admits he was motivated by his World Championship final loss in January, as he bounced back to win the Premier League title

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    The 17-year-old beat the same opponent, fellow Englishman Luke Humphries, in today's final in London.

    Littler qualified top during the regular season... using the worlds defeat for fuel as he won six of the last eight legs.



    Littler is now the youngest winner of a Professional Darts Corporation major.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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