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Chisnall's teams however could not match the same level of intensity as what they'd showed early on in his stint and after two disappointing seasons in and in which New Norfolk missed the finals, an increasingly erratic and frustrated Chisnall who had gotten so riled up in one match against Clarence at Boyer Oval that he was seen to jump the fence into the main grandstand and engage in physical altercation with a Clarence reserves player resigned from his post at season's end.
It was not to be a happy stint for Chisnall as Launceston were woefully out of their depth at statewide league level and the club won just two matches one as a result of an opposition team playing an unregistered player and losing the points from thirty-six matches until the end of the season when Chisnall stood down.
Chisnall has since had no further involvement in Tasmanian football and was last known to be living in country Victoria and running a hotel. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Australian rules footballer. Melbourne, Victoria: Crown Content. North Melbourne Wade 4. Since his switch to the PDC, Chisnall is probably best known for defeating Phil Taylor in the World Championship , for reaching the final of the World Grand Prix where he was beaten 6—0 by Taylor and for reaching the final of the Grand Slam of Darts , losing a much closer match 16—13, again to Phil Taylor.
He is yet to win a major title. He has won 15 PDC ranking events. Chisnall's manager is Roger Schena, who often tours with him during tournaments.
Chisnall was brought up in St Helens and played for a local football team until he was 17 when he broke his foot.
He switched to darts and first played in a friend's bedroom, throwing in his first ever visit to the board. He produced an outstanding run to reach the final of the World Championship beating number four seed Darryl Fitton in the opening round and Tony West in the second round.
Having been 4—1 down to defending champion and number five seed Ted Hankey , Chisnall produced a comeback to reach the semi finals 5—4.
Chisnall qualified for the Grand Slam of Darts as a result of his World Championship final, winning his first match against Simon Whitlock before subsequent defeats by Robert Thornton and Colin Osborne saw him exit the tournament.
Despite the loss he had done enough to qualify for the World Matchplay in his debut season on the tour.
At the UK Open he entered the competition in the third round and defeated Richard North 9—2 and Ronnie Baxter 9—7 whilst hitting a average.
He began the year with an exceptional start on the tour reaching the final of the second UK Open qualifier , where he lost 6—1 to Michael van Gerwen who hit a nine-dart finish during the match.
There Chisnall suffered his first defeat by Taylor, losing 6—2. His average of Chisnall lost in the last 16 of the World Championship for the second successive year in He came from a set down three times against Simon Whitlock to force a deciding set which he led 3—2, before Whitlock took out a crucial finish and then won two successive legs to knock Chisnall out.
He played Michael van Gerwen and had chances to move 7—3 ahead but missed and even though he took out a finish of and had an 11 dart leg he was beaten 16— He required deciding legs to advance through each of his first four matches, before beating Steve Beaton 6—4 in the semi-finals with an average of He called the title the highlight of his career to date and moved up to a career high seventh on the Order of Merit.
At the World Grand Prix Chisnall reached his first PDC major final in the event where every leg must be started and finished by hitting a double.
He beat Ian White 2—1 and Wayne Jones 3—1 in the first two rounds. He led the Dutchman 2—0 and missed a dart to win 3—1 as the match was levelled at 2—2.
However, Chisnall kept his composure to win the deciding set with a match total of ten s to Van Gerwen's two. From there he only conceded two more legs as he won 5—2 and faced ten-time winner of the event Taylor in the final.
He finally won his first leg of the match at the start of the sixth set when Taylor could not hit an opening double.
The usually prolific hitter Chisnall scored his first two legs later but it was not enough as Taylor won the match 6—0.
Afterwards Chisnall called it the best and worst night of his career. Chisnall fought back from 2—0 down in the first round of the World Championship against John Henderson to level at 2—2.
However, he missed a total of four darts to win the match during the deciding set to suffer a shock defeat. At the Grand Slam , Chisnall topped his group to earn a place in the knockout stages where he beat former roommate Robbie Green 10—3 and youngster Keegan Brown 16—14 having been 8—2 and 12—6 behind to set up a semi-final clash with Kim Huybrechts.
Chisnall fought back to level at 10—10, but Taylor pulled away again to lead 15—10 and went on to win 16— Chisnall was beaten by a lower ranked player at the World Championship for the second year in a row as world number 50 Benito van de Pas eliminated him 4—2 in round two, with Chisnall missing one dart to level at 3—3.
Chisnall missed one dart to further reduce the deficit in the next leg and would lose 9—6. In successive Premier League weeks, Chisnall averaged Chisnall's third round World Championship game with Peter Wright went to a deciding set.
Chisnall missed one match dart, but then took out a checkout to save the game after Wright had missed a match dart of his own. However, Wright broke once more and, after Chisnall missed double top to complete a finish, he won the match 4—3.
Chisnall was beaten in the final of back-to-back European Tour events, 6—2 by Van Gerwen at the Gibraltar Darts Trophy and 6—5 by James Wade at the European Matchplay missed one match dart after coming back from 4—1 down.
It was his fourth defeat in a major final as Michael van Gerwen triumphed 11—3. Jelle Klaasen was 3—1 down to Chisnall in the third round of the World Championship , before winning the next set and the first two legs of the sixth.
Chisnall then took three legs in a row to win 4—2 and reach the quarter-finals of a PDC World Championship for the first time, where he faced reigning two-time champion Gary Anderson.
Chisnall threw 21 s, the joint highest ever in a PDC match and 33 were hit in total, one short of the record.