LATVIAN darts player Madars Razma knocked out Bradford's Joe Cullen in the third round of the Baltic Sea Darts Open over the weekend.

Cullen won six of the last seven legs to defeat James Wade by 6-3 in the lead up to the contest with Razma.

The Rockstar hit a 50% checkout rate at the Wunderino Arena, as well as a 96.83 average.

However, his journey in Kiel, Germany was ended by the Latvian in a 6-5 defeat.

Despite his loss, Cullen remains 15th in the PDC Order of Merit rankings following his latest European venture.

For Razma, he progressed to the semi-final of the competition before being dumped out by Rob Cross, the eventual winner of the tournament, by a scoreline of 7-4.

In the final, Cross defied a brilliant nine-darter from Luke Humphries to win his second PDC European Tour title, taking the £30,000 top prize with a gutsy 8-6 win over the World Champion.