WALES’ Johnny Clayton won the World Series of Darts on Sunday night (Oct 31) as he beat Dimitri Van Den Bergh 11-6 in the final.

The Ferret had already beaten home favourite Michael Van Gerwen by the same scoreline in the semi-final and he followed that up by winning his fourth TV title of the year.

Clayton raced into an early 2-0 lead but Van Den Bergh fought back with a checkout of 112 and then won the next two legs to take a 3-2 lead.

The Welshman then won the next two legs to regain the lead before both players traded legs to go in at the interval level at 5-5.

After the restart Clayton edged ahead and at 8-6 he was just three legs away from the title.

Another break loomed and after Van Den Bergh had missed double 11 for 124-checkout, Clayton took advantage with a 103 finish to lead 9-6.

Clayton won the next leg as well as he hit the bullseye for a 121-finish to take himself to within one leg of the title.

With Van Den Bergh needing 36 to win the next leg, Clayton checked out on 96 to win the game and the World Series of Darts.