Ian White came back from a two-set deficit to qualify for the World Grand Prix quarter-finals in Leicester.

Darius Labanauskas, a debutant from Lithuania, won the first six legs without reply to put himself in contention for the last eight.

White started on the board with a 14-dart leg, but he had to fight hard for his 3-2 victory, winning eight of the final 11 legs as the match went down to the wire.

In his match against former world champion Rob Cross, World Matchplay semi-finalist Krzysztof Ratajski also got off to a quick start.

The Pole also won the first set without losing a game.

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