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Michael van Gerwen marked his homecoming to the Netherlands with an enthralling victory over Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor that guaranteed top spot in the Premier League. Van Gerwen completed a 7-5 victory after a last-gasp break of throw to reward a Rotterdam crowd who roared his name relentlessly throughout the competitions debut in his homeland.Van Gerwen and Taylor will be joined in next weeks play-offs by Gary Anderson and Adrian Lewis, who profited from Peter Wrights shortcomings against Dutch legend Raymond van Barneveld. Michael van Gerwens best checkout from his win over Phil Taylor World No 1 Van Gerwen was the star attraction for the on-looking sea of orange and a stunning 164 checkout on the bull broke Taylors throw and gave him a crucial 5-4 lead.Taylor, who has only beaten the Dutchman once in eight Premier League matches, broke straight back but was then crumpled just as Van Gerwen seemed to feel nerves. The youngster refused to get involved in Taylors showmanship with the crowd before striking another break to go 6-5 up, and ultimately complete the job. Under the pressure of performing in front of his home fans, Michael van Gerwen was delighted to come out on top against Phil The Power Taylor. Earlier, Wrights play-offs hopes slipped out of his control amid an emotional homecoming for Van Barneveld which resulted in a 6-6 draw.Spurred on by a spectacular reception from his compatriots, Barney held Wright in a contest blighted by missed doubles. Watch Barneys emotional entrance Wrights jaunt to the Netherlands was very much a business trip, unlike Barney who should have only been playing for pleasure but clearly felt the weight of expectation. Ultimately, a point for Wright couldnt put sufficient pressure on Lewis.Leading 4-3, Snakebite endured a horror leg against the throw, missing seven darts to break. Barneys arrows were just as error-strewn and Wright eventually broke to go 6-4 up, but still couldnt hold on for the two points that he desperately required.Barney checked out from 121 on the bull before securing the draw against Snakebite who aptly played the part of a classic pantomime villain complete with an orange Mohawk. Peter Wrights hopes ended with a 6-6 draw against Barney Lewis, needing to win just two legs to confirm his play-off place, duly thrashed defending champion Anderson 7-2.Jackpot racked up the two legs he needed at breakneck speed but wasnt satisfied, securing a pair of late breaks to earn his first win of the season against any of the top three players.James Wade kicked off the night with a 7-3 win against Robert Thornton in each players final game of the campaign.Watch Premier League Darts play-offs next Thursday on Sky Sports 1 HD at 7pm. 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Glenn, who spent the last two seasons with the Calgary Stampeders, was selected by Ottawa in the expansion draft to stock the leagues ninth franchise, but became available after the Redblacks signed Henry Burris to a three-year contract following his release by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. "I believe it will be a very, very good marriage. Kevin wants to be in a place where he believes hell be utilized," said Buono. "We hope Travis goes all 18 games, but if he doesnt we feel we have a guy that can step in and help us win football games." Lulay missed six games at the end of the 2013 season after damaging his labrum in September, but returned to play in the Lions West Division semifinal loss to the Saskatchewan Roughriders. "When you look at professional sports, whether its the NFL or the CFL, injuries to your quarterback is always a major issue that you have to deal with," said Buono. "To be able to acquire a quarterback of (Glenns) calibre who comes in here and makes us that much better instantly was a tremendous opportunity for us." B.C. head coach Mike Benevides said he expects Lulay to be ready when training camp opens June 1, but added that his No. 1 quarterback is still not 100 per cent. "Theres no doubt that were going to need a phase of training camp to continue the progression that hes on right now," said Benevides. "The plan is to have him work for a segment of time in practice but the first day of camp he will be participating." The Lions were in need of a capable secondary option under centre after Thomas DeMarco was selected by Ottawa in the expansion draft and Buck Pierce retired to become an assistant coach with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The club has former NFLer John Beck on the roster, as well as Chris Hart, who was with B.C. last season but saw no playing time. Buono said the addition of Glenn will allow Lulay more time to heal if need be ahead of the Lions first regular-season game.dddddddddddd "When you have a quarterback thats coming off a major injury, the stronger you are behind him, the less pressure you put on that quarterback ... to speed up the process," said Buono. "We want this to be a natural progression where (Lulay) follows the medical protocol, which hes doing. Having Kevin here not only gives Mike and I confidence, but I think it gives everybody in the organization, everybody that supports the B.C. Lions confidence that come June 28 we will have a very good football team and well have two very good experienced quarterbacks to lead us." Glenn said after Tuesdays trade that he was excited for a fresh start with the Lions. The 34-year-old guided Calgary to a Grey Cup berth in 2012 and a CFL-best 14-4 record last year before getting scooped up by the Redblacks. "To be honest I didnt know if anything would actually happen," said Glenn, who wanted out of Ottawa after the team signed Burris. "To give up a first-round draft pick shows a team really wants you. "Thats what I was kind of excited about." The Lions won the Grey Cup at B.C. Place Stadium back in 2011 and are hosting the big game again in November, but Buono stressed the move for Glenn isnt a move with that showcase in mind, but rather about getting the best possible product on the field at key times. "The last two years, weve had good teams and we have not won a playoff game," said Buono. "Thats just the reality of our business, whether its football or any other sport. Winning in the playoffs is critical. Winning the big game is critical." "Theres different stages of the season. You want to win in the regular season, you want to put yourself in the playoffs to win, and then you want to put yourself in position to win the Grey Cup. 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