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Darts legend Raymond van Barneveld tests positive for Covid-19 after defeat to Rob Cross

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Darts hero Raymond van Barneveld has tested positive for Covid-19, just hours after his defeat at the World Darts Championship.

Barney was swept aside 3-1 by 2018 winner Rob Cross in a pulsating encounter at Alexandra Palace on Thursday night in the final session before Christmas.

The Dutchman, competing at Ally Pally for the first time since u-turning on his decision to retire, had booked his place in round two with a comfortable 3-0 win over Lourence Ilagan.

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