Gerwyn Price achieved a slice of history with his nine-darter in the William Hill World Darts Championship on Saturday.
The world number one landed his first televised nine-darter during a thrilling quarter-final tie against Michael Smith - although the game saw his World Championship title defence ended with a dramatic 5-4 loss.
However, alongside being his own first nine-darter in a televised match, Price also achieved the unique feat of being the first player to use the treble 19-treble 20-double 12 route on the big stage.
🚨 𝗣𝗥𝗜𝗖𝗘 𝗛𝗜𝗧𝗦 𝗔 𝗡𝗜𝗡𝗘-𝗗𝗔𝗥𝗧𝗘𝗥! 🚨— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) January 1, 2022
ALLY PALLY HAS ABSOLUTELY ERUPTED AS GERWYN PRICE PINS A PERFECT LEG!
Sensational scenes as the defending Champion hits the third nine-darter of the 2022 World Championship! pic.twitter.com/6RPGv3ns6u
The nine-darter was also the third in this year's tournament, making the 2021/22 World Championship the first in the event's history to feature three perfect legs.
William Borland had hit the first nine-darter in the sudden-death leg of his thriller with Bradley Brooks, while Darius Labanauskas then achieved perfection during a first round defeat to Mike De Decker.
Should any of the remaining four players achieve TWO nine-darters in the semi-finals and final, this would trigger the huge £100,000 bonus on offer from leading builders merchant Selco Builders Warehouse, an official partner of the PDC.
The player would win £50,000 for themselves by twice achieving perfection - with a member of the public who enters a special prize draw and Selco's nominated charity Global's Make Some Noise each receiving £25,000.
Members of the public can book their place in the draw by completing the form at this link before any player hits a second nine-dart finish.