COREY CADBY produced a stunning performance to end Phil Taylor's incredible winning record in Australia with a 6-2 triumph in the TABtouch Perth Darts Masters first round at the PCEC on Thursday.
The 21-year-old has been a sensation on the DPA Australian Grand Prix circuit this year, winning seven tournaments since relocating from Tasmania to Melbourne.
The youngster made his TV debut in defeat to Taylor at the Sydney Darts Masters last week, before seeing the 16-time World Champion go on to win his sixth successive World Series title in Australia.
THE PDC World Series of Darts concludes its international tournaments with the TABtouch Perth Darts Masters this week.
The third staging of the Perth Darts Masters will see 16 players competing from August 25-27 at the PCEC, where Phil Taylor is bidding to take victory for a third successive year.
Taylor travelled across Australia in jubilant mood following Saturday's fourth successive triumph at the Ladbrokes Sydney Darts Masters, when he defeated Michael van Gerwen in a thrilling final at The Star.
PHIL TAYLOR'S remarkable run of success in Australia continued on Saturday as he claimed a fourth Ladbrokes Sydney Darts Masters title with an outstanding 11-9 win over Michael van Gerwen at The Star.
The legendary 56-year-old has never been defeated since the World Series of Darts was introduced in 2013, claiming three previous Sydney titles and two Perth Darts Masters trophies in a 20-game unbeaten run.
He extended that to 24 matches and a fourth straight win in Sydney in a brilliant final day of this year's event, as he firstly swept past Dave Chisnall 11-4 in the semi-finals before edging out van Gerwen in a thrilling decider.
PHIL TAYLOR achieved a World Series record average of 112.41 in a brilliant 10-2 defeat of Gary Anderson to continue his defence of the Ladbrokes Sydney Darts Masters title on Friday, with Michael van Gerwen, Peter Wright and Dave Chisnall joining him in the semi-finals at The Star.
Taylor's bid to win a fourth successive Sydney Darts Masters title continued as he followed up his first round defeat of Australian youngster Corey Cadby with a sensational display against the World Champion.
Although Anderson shared the opening two legs, he could only watch on as the 16-time World Champion pulled clear in stunning fashion to claim the next eight legs without reply.