Seeded duo Kim Huybrechts and Stephen Bunting suffered first round defeats on the second day of the World Matchplay. Swell Flaske Gratis Fragt . Belgiums Huybrechts is still yet to register a single win in the tournament after losing 10-8 to Gerwyn Price, while Bunting was also beaten 10-8 by Mensur Suljovic.But 12th seed Ian White easily advanced with a 10-2 win over Daryl Gurney and Terry Jenkins, a two-time runner-up, laboured to a 10-7 victory over Justin Pipe. Huybrechts was targeting a first ever victory in his fifth attempt and appeared to be on course when he opened a 6-4 lead with a superb 154 finish. Gerwyn Price reached the quarter-finals of last years tournament Price reached the quarter-finals of last years tournament and The Ice Man also displayed cool finishing on Sunday, taking out 78 to edge 8-7 in front.With the tension mounting, Huybrechts composure deserted him and Price pinned a match-winning double 14 to extend the 13th seeds wretched record at the Winter Gardens. Mensur Suljovic won a closely contested match with Stephen Bunting Earlier in the afternoon, Suljovic stubbornly held his own throw to complete a hard-fought victory over Bunting.Both players exchanged legs in an entertaining opening, with Suljovic pulling off a fantastic 134 finish, and he would not lose his grip on the match after forging 6-4 ahead. Stephen Bunting could not gain a break in the closing legs The 14th seeded Bunting remained in striking distance, but Suljovic calmly secured victory with double 20.Jenkins and Pipe could not maintain the high standards of the session and it would be The Bull who emerged with a scrappy 10-7 win after a succession of missed darts at a double.In the closing match, White made short work of debutant Daryl Gurney, cruising to an easy victory over the Northern Irishman. Also See: MVG starts with 10-0 win Matchplay running order WATCH: Darts out-takes The Wizard: Im still magic Swell Flaske 500 Ml . Kamloops, B.C., the host city of this years Tim Hortons Brier, is where he won his first Canadian mens curling crown in 1996. Swell Flaske Hvit Marmor . After a tight first half, the Croatians took command in Reykjavik after Skulason was dismissed for a professional foul in the 51st minute, but couldnt find a way past Iceland goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson and his packed defence. Eduardo had a weak shot cleared away from near the goalline after barely a minute for Croatia, whose substitute Ivica Olic forced a fine reaction save from Halldorsson in the 55th.Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - If you were to go head-to-head against Patrick Reed, you better hope that it isnt a Monday. That is Reeds favorite day of the week. As a young professional in 2012, Reed Monday-qualified his way into six PGA Tour events. That was his springboard to the tour. He earned his tour card for 2013, where he earned his first PGA Tour win and he hasnt looked back since. Reed holed out for eagle on the 16th at Kapalua to gain a share of the lead with Jimmy Walker on Monday. The two eventually headed to a playoff, where Reed birdied the first extra hole for his fourth tour title. Seven-for-nine, Reed exclaimed afterward. Meaning he has won, or Monday-qualified, seven of the nine times he competed on Mondays on the PGA Tour. Would you want to battle him on a Monday? Reed wasnt as brash after this win as he had been after winning the WGC- Cadillac Championship last year. After that victory, Reed said, I think Im one of the five-best players in the world. He hasnt reached that lofty perch quite yet, but he has climbed to 14th in the new rankings. Those rankings are fickle and tend to reward consistently good play. Five of the 13 players ranked ahead of Reed have fewer PGA Tour wins, but of that group, only Jordan Spieth has been on tour for a shorter period. This win gave Reed the most victories for any player on tour under the age of 25. It also put Reed in a select group with Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia as the only players in the last 20 years with four or more wins at age 24 or younger. Mondays final round didnt start off with Reed in the lead. In fact, he was two back at the outset, and was four back by the time he reached the 15th tee. There were plenty of fireworks down the stretch, though. Reed reached the green at the par-5 15th in two shots and two putts later, his birdie inched him within two as Walker, in the group behind Reed, bogeyed the 14th. Two shots later, Reeds deficit was gone. He holed an 80-yard wedge shot for eagle to vault him alongside Walker at 21-under. But, there were still two holes to play and plenty could happen. Reed missed the green at the 17th and chipped to four feet. However, he missed the short par effort and now needed birdie or eagle at the last hole to force the playoff. He reached the green at the monstrous 18th in two, but was nearly 80 feet from the hole. Reed lagged his eagle try to tap-in range. After the birdie, it was off to the scorers tent to see if Walker would seal the deal. Walker, who parred 17, missed the green at No. 18 and hit a poor chip to boot. He failed to convert his 17-footer for birdie, and that meant he and Reed were headed to a playoff. Reed against Walker, head-to-head, in a Monday playoff. It was almost as if the result was known before they sttarted the extra session. Swell Flaske Udsalg. Reed hit a poor tee shot, but got away with it. Walker hit a worse second shot, and didnt escape. Walker also hit a poor third, opening the door for Reed, who drained a 19-foot putt for birdie and the win. It helped Reed that Walker didnt have his best stuff in the final round, but Reed still needed to rally late in the round to give himself a chance. At any future event Patrick Reed contends in, I wouldnt want there to be any weather delays to push the completion into Monday. You just know Reed would come out on top of that event. WALKER COUGHS UP TITLE CHANCE Walker was going for his fourth PGA Tour win in the last 15 months, but an even-par back nine did him in. And a couple of short putts were to blame. Walker won three times in the 2013-14 season. That helped him soar up the world rankings and earn a spot on his first Ryder Cup team among other things. None of that mattered on Monday. Walker drained a clutch 8-foot par putt on the sixth to keep his round going, but he couldnt keep the momentum on the back nine. Though that par save spurred Walker onto three straight birdies from the eighth, that was all the birdies he could muster the rest of his round. Walker missed a pair of birdie putts from inside 10 feet at the 15th and 16th. If either of those putts fell, he would likely be the champion. Walker had two longer birdie putts, 31 and 17 feet, on the final two holes and failed to convert them. He made a mess of the playoff hole, including knocking his second shot into the grandstands short, right of the green. That opened the door for his 2014 Ryder Cup teammate Patrick Reed to earn his fourth win. Walker did post his 12th top-10 finish in his last 31 PGA Tour starts. That is quite a remarkable turnaround from earlier his career, where he notched 19 top-10 finishes in 187 starts. Obviously, something has started clicking for Walker. Now, he just needs to regain that magic touch from last season. MINI-TIDBITS * The European Tour kicks off its desert swing this week in Abu Dhabi, and does so with a strong field. Four of the top-10 players and five of the top 12 from the latest world rankings are competing this week. World No. 1 Rory McIlroy headlines that group. He will play again in two weeks in Dubai, then will likely be off for a month after that. * Robert Streb entered the third round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions like a pitcher entering the sixth inning of a no-hitter. Streb was bogey-free for 36 holes, the only player in the field who could say that. After some talk about that, Streb proceeded to bogey the first hole of the third round. So much for the no-hitter, and bogey-free tournament. He posted three more bogeys over his final 35 holes en route to sharing eighth place. ' ' '