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Wayne Mardle believes defeat to James Wade on Thursday means Raymond van Barnevelds hopes of a Premier League top four finish are over. The big Dutchman has again been inconsistent through the Premier League and slipped to a 7-4 defeat against the Machine in Sheffield on the first night of the second phase of the competition.After a draw with Michael van Gerwen last week on Judgement Night, Barney needed a win to keep alive hopes of joining the battle to make Finals Night at the O2 in May. However, in a nip and tuck contest that saw nine successive holds of throw to start proceedings, Wade broke in the tenth leg for a crucial advantage which he consolidated to win the match and take the points - coupled with other results, van Barneveld is now five points adrift of Adrian Lewis in fourth spot. Premier League results - Night Ten James Wade 7-4 Raymond van Barnveld Gary Anderson 3-7 Phil Taylor Robert Thornton 5-7 Michael van Gerwen Adrian Lewis 6-6 Peter Wright Phil Taylor 7-4 James Wade And while seven wins and a draw in the second half of the 2015 Premier League saw him rise from the brink of elimination to the play-offs, Sky Sports expert Mardle feels with the standard of this years event a repeat for Barney is unlikely.At the start John [Part] said there are eight players playing but only six realistically have a chance of the play-offs, Mardle told Sky Sports.But now Barney and Robert Thornton....mathematically they can still do it I think but they have to rely on so many other results that it is not going to happenThe others have it all to fight for.Barney plays twice in Belfast next week against Robert Thornton and top of the table Phil Taylor, so all is not lost but maximum points will be required, although Part feels the ship has sailed.Any chances he had are right out the window, Part added. Premier League - Night 11 fixtures Robert Thornton v Peter Wright Raymond van Barneveld v Phil Taylor James Wade v Adrian Lewis Michael van Gerwen v Gary Anderson Raymond van Barneveld v Robert Thornton After defeat to Taylor in the final match of the night Wade is in fifth, locked on 13 points with Lewis and Gary Anderson who occupy the final play-off places - but Part believes the Machines performances suggest the 2009 Premier League champion has what it takes to go all the way again.He is one of the hardest guys to analyse week-to-week for what to expect but so many nights he just does a very professional job, Part told Sky Sports.He is going about his business while everyone is talking about everyone else. He is doing a really good job of playing really good professional darts. Also See: Night ten report As it happened Fixtures/Results Premier League Table Air Max Rea Sverige . 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With the league projecting financial growth, there has been speculation that players will take that option in three years, especially since a new national TV contract will be in place by then.It was an amazing road trip. The Toronto Argonauts became the first team in CFL history to play four consecutive games on the road and win them all. What makes the accomplishment even more amazing is that it came without the services of Ricky Ray and Chad Owens for all four games, with Chad Kackert and Jeff Johnson missing at least two full games each. "Its not time off," Kackert told TSN.ca. "Its actually overdrive with the work. Its extra hours in the training room, and rehab isnt just sitting on a table and having someone attach electrodes to you and do ultrasound." Kackert missed six games earlier this season with a knee injury. He returned to play in Saskatchewan, but left the game in the second quarter with a concussion and missed the next game. He also missed a lot more during his forced time off. "Its really tough, and its not just the part that youre not playing and doing what you love," said the native of Simi Valley, California. "Its that youre missing a serious bonding experience with your teammates." Ricky Ray practised with his teammates this week for the first time since suffering a partially torn shoulder muscle on August 23rd. Unlike his teammates, Ray travelled with the team for every road game during his injury to act as a mentor to his replacement, Zach Collaros. That doesnt mean the time off was any easier. "Its hard because every day youre dealing with ups and downs with your recovery," said the 11-year CFL veteran. "Sometimes youre not as positive as you want to be, but theres other guys here to keep you positive and keep you motivated. "When you get hurt you feel like the world is going to stop for you and everybody is going to wait for you until you get back. It just keeps going, the team just keeps playing, life keeps going and youve got to go along with it and stay involved the best you can and help out in different areas, knowing that you cant help out on the field." Chad Owens missed all four games of the record-setting road trip. "It was tough. It sucked." said last years CFL Most Outstanding Player. "I hate not playing. Ive been injured before and its not fun." Some of the players who didnt make the trip gathered together and watched the game as a group, while Owens watched the games onn TSN with his family.dddddddddddd He said watching the games as a fan gave him a different perspective on the game and he also learned something about the character of the Argonauts. "No matter how much it seems like were out of the game, were not." Jeff Johnson has spent the last dozen seasons with the Argos and is one of the teams locker room leaders. He plays some fullback and is a key component of special teams. Hes missed a total of four games this season. "When you play at this level, the game courses through your veins" Johnson told TSN.ca "To be standing on the sidelines, its very difficult, to the point of potentially depressing to deal with. The way you get out of that is to try and contribute from the mental side of the game and keep our teammates up." Johnsons longest stretch of missed games was in 2007, when he suffered a broken leg in mid-September and missed essentially the second half of the season. This injury, however, comes with Johnson at 36 years of age, not in his early 20s. Does that mean that he can sense his own football mortality and appreciate every time he runs through the tunnel? "Ive always had the perspective that this could be my last game," said the York University product. "Even when I was 22, I always thought that I was going to get cut the next day." Johnson used the leg injury to help motivate him to come back stronger than ever. "That injury in 07, that was a reset button for me" said the Mimico, Ontario native. "Breaking my leg was a challenge. I said Im going to come back from this and Im going to be better than I ever was. I was determined to not miss a single day of rehabilitation, stuck to the schedule, and going into the 08 season, I wasnt 100 percent, but I was able to be effective on the field. It was about halfway through that season that things started to come around and, as far as I was concerned, I felt that I was better." Johnson, Ray, Kackert and Owens have not all been in the lineup at the same time since July 19th in Winnipeg, a game in which Kackert and Ray suffered knee injuries. There is a strong chance the four veterans, all of whom are considered leaders in the locker room, will be on the field in Guelph this Monday for a key game against the Tiger-Cats. ' ' '

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