James Wade claimed the bodog.com World Darts Grand Prix title at Citywest last night with a 6-3 victory over Adrian Lewis.
The world No 3 silenced the hostile crowd to claim the €114,000 title for the second time, his fifth major win.
The left-hander swept past Raymond van Barneveld in Saturday night's semi-final, before Lewis stunned Phil Taylor in an epic battle. But the Stoke native couldn't repeat the trick against an in-form Wade, who had to deal with being roundly booed in both games. But last night he rose above the jeers to celebrate a comprehensive win.
The opening five sets went with the throw, before Wade made the breakthrough in the sixth with a 3-1 win. Although Lewis rallied to take the next set, Wade kept his nerve, taking the eighth 3-1.
Lewis missed a chance to keep the last set alive, allowing Wade to finish on a double-10.
Tyrone's Michael Mansell claimed the Irish Matchplay title in the curtain-raiser with victory over Stephen Byrne, clinching a place at December's World Darts championships in the process.
He lifted the Tom Kirby Memorial trophy with a 6-4 victory.