An extremly focused playing Wright won the first two sets of the match.
The German two times semi-finalist Michael Unterbuchner won in the afternoon session his second round match against Willem Mandigers with 3:1.
She defeated in the final number 1 seat Lisa Ashton with 3:0.
Danny Baggish and Paula Murphy won the National Cricket Championship.
It's the fourth televised title of his career and 23rd overall while Clemens can take a lot of heart from a superb weekend in front of 8,000 home fans at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne, where he defeated Raymond van Barneveld, Rob Cross and Mensur Suljovic en route to his third final of the season.
All in all it was a slightly disappointing day.
Reigning champion Michael van Gerwen - who never before in five years was defeated in Milton Keynes - was far away from his best and was eliminated by Jonny Clayton.
As always in the first round - which will be played tomorrow in an afternoon and an evening session - only the qualifiers will stand at the oche.
Ryan Meikle won two of the events and now heads the ranking, Winners of the other two tournaments were Berry van Peer and Wessel Nijmann.
Premier League - Second League Day The second league day started with a close 7:5 win of Rob Cross against Nathan Aspinall and ended with a clear7:1 win of Michael van Gerwen over Daryl Gurney, by which van Gerwen moved up to the first playce of the table.
It was a good match from both players in which Suzuki after some problems at the beginning of the match prevailed 2:1.
Quarter-final round-up James Wade dismantled an awful performance Daryl Gurney as he waltzed into the German Darts Masters semi-finals with an 8-0 victory in Cologne.
From the seeded players Glen Durrant, Joe Cullen, Ian White, Jermaine Wattimena and Jonny Clayton didn't survive the second round.
Glen Durrant heads after his 7:4 win against Gary Anderson now the table while Michael van Gerwen lost 5:7 against a determined Nathan Aspinall.
On the third league day in Cardiff Jonny Clayton will stand on stage, one week later in Dublin it will be William O'Connor.
He is no longer an unknown name on the circuit, and his deadly accuracy and finishing ability should see him secure that long-awaited triumph on the tour in the not-too-distant future.
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