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DIMITRI VAN DEN BERGH and James Hubbard shared the spoils in Saturday^s double-header of PDC Unicorn Youth Tour events held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.

Belgium^s Van Den Bergh started his run to the final by dropping just four legs in wins over Charlie Burns, John Bryan and Daniel Lidgett before a 4-2 win over Dan Dean sealed a place in the quarter-finals.

There, the 19-year-old defeated the in-form Keegan Brown in a deciding leg before breezing past Josh Payne with a 4-0 triumph to win their semi-final encounter.

Van Den Bergh, who had already won two titles on the PDC Unicorn Youth Tour, managed to claim a third with a deciding leg victory over Adam Hunt in the final as he claimed the £1,000 winner^s prize.

Hunt, three times a winner on the PDC^s Youth Tour, produced his best performance since September with a strong run to the final, but his hopes of claiming a fourth victory were extinguished by Van Den Bergh after a 4-3 loss.

Kent^s emerging star Payne, twice a finalist in Youth Tour events in 2014, produced a good run to the last four before being halted in his tracks by a whitewash defeat to Van Den Bergh.

Ben Songhurst reached the semi-finals for the first time in nearly two years and was a leg away from claiming a place in the final before narrowly losing the deciding leg of his last four game against Hunt.

Isle of Wight ace Brown, who reached the final of a Players Championship event two weeks ago, warmed up for his big appearance at The 02 next Thursday - where he will compete in the PDC Unicorn World Youth Championship final - with a run to the quarter-finals on Saturday.

Matthew Dicken and Liam Cooper also enjoyed solid runs to the last eight stage, while Leicestershire^s James Young produced his best-ever result by reaching the quarter-finals after two years competing on the Youth Tour.

The second event on Saturday saw 2012 PDC Unicorn World Youth Champion James Hubbard claim the £1,000 first prize following a strong display.

The Norfolk ace started his run to the title with a 4-2 win over Austria^s Fredi Gsellmann before defeating Cain Unwin by the same scoreline.

The 21-year-old then eased through the last 32 stage with a whitewash win over Krit Middleton before overcoming Jeffrey De Zwaan in a deciding leg to reach the quarter-finals.

Hubbard comfortably defeated emerging talent Aden Kirk with a 4-0 win before sealing a place in a second final of 2014 with a 4-1 triumph over Rhys Hayden, and he defeated Reece Robinson 4-2 to taste victory at this level for the first time in almost two years.

Robinson continued his good run of form as he reached the final, backing up a semi-final and three quarter-final appearances at Youth and Challenge Tour levels over the last couple of months.

The talented youngster from Hull, who last won a Youth Tour title back in 2011, defeated Payne in a deciding leg to reach the final before finding Hubbard too strong.

Essex^s Hayden enjoyed his best result at Youth Tour level with an excellent run to the semi-finals, which included a last 16 victory over Hunt, whose hopes of reaching a a second final of the day were ended.

Payne won through to the semi-finals for the second time in Saturday^s double-header, but once again fell at the last four hurdle after a narrow 4-3 loss to Robinson, having to settle for £500 for his efforts across the day.

UK Open giant-killer Kirk produced a solid performance by reaching the quarter-finals, while Swindon^s Jack Tweddell reached the last eight of a Youth Tour event for a second time in a month.

Ireland^s Steve Lennon recorded his best result at this level by reaching the last eight, while Leicestershire^s James Thompson made the quarter-finals on the PDC Unicorn Youth Tour for the third time.

The PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour takes centre stage at the Ricoh Arena on Sunday, with a double-header of events scheduled both carrying £10,000 in prize money for PDPA Associate Members.

The next PDC Unicorn Youth Tour events will be held in a double-header on Saturday May 31 at the Robin Park Tennis Centre in Wigan, and are open to players aged from 16-21. To enter, visit the PDC Online Entry System.

PDC Unicorn Youth Tour Event Seven
Saturday May 17, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
First Round
Ted Evetts 4-2 Brandonn Monk
Kevin Voornhout 4-1 Tommy Lishman
Sam Hewson 4-0 Ryan Maher
Adam Hunt 4-0 Liam Fairclough
Thomas Flint v Bye
Robyn Byrne 4-0 Jamie Branton
Jeffrey De Zwaan Bye
Connor Scutt 4-2 Connor Roach
Krit Middleton Bye
Bradley Coltman 4-3 Lewis Venes
Arron Fairweather Bye
Sean Johnson 4-2 Jake Jones
Jack Holmes Bye
Matthew Dicken 4-1 Luke Cheevers
Mike Zuydwijk Bye
Sam Hill 4-2 Brandon Walsh
Dan Green 4-1 Craig Simpson
Harry West 4-2 Jack Faragher
Dirk van Duijvenbode 4-2 Lee Whitworth
Ryan De Vreede 4-2 Aden Kirk
Ryan Bloomfield Bye
James Thompson 4-0 Nathan Cross
Ben Songhurst Bye
John de Kruijf 4-0 Adam Crawford
James Smith Bye
James Young 4-1 Cameron Hinchcliffe
Tony Field Bye
Joshua Richardson 4-2 Liam Gallagher
Nicholas Day Bye
Jamie Britten 4-2 Sean McArdle
Aaron Holdstock Bye
Reece Robinson 4-0 Dan Read
John Bryan 4-2 Tommy Wilson
Dimitri Van Den Bergh 4-2 Charlie Burns
Kierion Williams 4-2 Blaine Jelly
Daniel Lidgett 4-1 Andrew Ryan
Charlie Symons Bye
Ryan Jones 4-0 Jack Petcher
Dan Dean Bye
Fredi Gsellmann 4-2 Ben Cheeseman
Chris Gower Bye
Shaun Michael Lovett 4-2 Kacey Jones
Nicholas Hastings Bye
Rhyys Hayden 4-1 Tom Lonsdale
Cain Unwin Bye
Keegan Brown 4-0 Adam Smith-Neale
James Hubbard Bye
Kurt Parry 4-0 George Killington
Samuel Fuller 4-1 Jamie Cassidy
Jack Tweddell 4-0 Lewis Hackett
Steve Lennon 4-1 Ryan Newton
Liam Cooper 4-0 Liam Johnson
James Wilkinson Bye
Paul Mitchell 4-1 Alex Lee
Dean Finn Bye
Danny Roberts 4-0 Kieran Watson
Lee Budgen Bye
George Gardner 4-0 Matthew Dargue
Jake Patchett Bye
Kieran Bridgwater 4-2 John Esam
Joe Singleton Bye
Josh Payne 4-2 Harry Ward
Callum Loose Bye
Jordan Patterson 4-2 Kurtis Atkins

Second Round
Kevin Voornhout 4-2 Ted Evetts
Adam Hunt 4-3 Sam Hewson
Robyn Byrne 4-1 Thomas Flint
Jeffrey De Zwaan 4-1 Connor Scutt
Krit Middleton 4-3 Bradley Coltman
Arron Fairweather 4-3 Sean Johnson
Matthew Dicken 4-0 Jack Holmes
Mike Zuydwijk 4-2 Sam Hill
Dan Green 4-0 Harry West
Ryan De Vreede 4-1 Dirk van Duijvenbode
James Thompson 4-1 Ryan Bloomfield
Ben Songhurst 4-1 John de Kruijf
James Young 4-1 James Smith
Joshua Richardson 4-1 Tony Field
Nicholas Day 4-1 Jamie Britten
Reece Robinson 4-0 Aaron Holdstock
Dimitri Van Den Bergh 4-0 John Bryan
Daniel Lidgett 4-0 Kierion Williams
Ryan Jones 4-0 Charlie Symons
Dan Dean 4-3 Fredi Gsellmann
Shaun Michael Lovett 4-2 Chris Gower
Rhys Hayden 4-0 Nicholas Hastings
Keegan Brown 4-1 Cain Unwin
James Hubbard 4-1 Kurt Parry
Samuel Fuller 4-3 Jack Tweddell
Liam Copper 4-2 Steve Lennon
James Wilkinson 4-0 Paul Mitchell
Danny Roberts 4-3 Dean Finn
Paul Gardner 4-3 Lee Budgen
Kieran Bridgwater 4-2 Jake Patchett
Josh Payne 4-0 Joe Singleton
Jordan Patterson 4-2 Callum Loose
Losers £25

Third Round
Adam Hunt 4-3 Kevin Voornhout
Jeffrey De Zwaan 4-1 Robyn Byrne
Krit Middleton 4-3 Arron Fairweather
Matthew Dicken 4-3 Mike Zuydwijk
Ryan De Vreede 4-3 Dan Green
Ben Sonhurst 4-2 James Thompson
James Young 4-2 Joshua Richardson
Reece Robinson 4-0 Nicholas Day
Dimitri Van Den Bergh 4-2 Daniel Lidgett
Dan Dean 4-2 Ryan Jones
Rhys Hayden 4-0 Shaun Michael Lovett
Keegan Brown 4-2 James Hubbard
Liam Cooper 4-3 Samuel Fuller
Danny Roberts 4-3 James Wilkinson
George Gardner 4-1 Kieran Bridgwater
Josh Payne 4-0 Jordan Patterson
Losers £50

Fourth Round
Adam Hunt 4-2 Jeffrey De Zwaan
Matthew Dicken 4-3 Krit Middleton
Ben Songhurst 4-3 Ryan De Vreede
James Young 4-1 Reece Robinson
Dimitri Van Den Bergh 4-2 Dan Dean
Keegan Brown 4-1 Rhys Hayden
Liam Cooper 4-0 Danny Roberts
Josh Payne 4-0 George Gardner
Losers £100

Adam Hunt 4-2 Matthew Dicken
Ben Songhurst 4-2 James Young
Dimitri Van Den Bergh 4-3 Keegan Brown
Josh Payne 4-0 Liam Cooper
Losers £150

Adam Hunt 4-3 Ben Songhurst
Dimitri Van Den Bergh 4-0 Josh Payne
Losers £250

Dimitri Van Den Bergh 4-3 Adam Hunt
Winner £1,000
Runner-Up £500

PDC Unicorn Youth Tour Event Eight
Saturday May 17, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
First Round
Aaron Holdstock 4-1 Liam Cooper
Kurt Parry 4-3 Jack Holmes
Matthew Dicken 4-2 Alex Lee
Jack Tweddell 4-1 Ryan Newton
Lee Whitworth 4-2 Craig Simpson
Keegan Brown 4-1 Charlie Symons
Sean McArdle Bye
Tom Lonsdale 4-2 Dimitri Van Den Bergh
Harry Ward Bye
Daniel Lidgett 4-0 Tommy Wilson
Lee Budgen Bye
Kacey Jones 6-2 Kieran Watson
Tommy Lishmann Bye
Adam Hunt 4-1 Kurt Atkins
Rhys Hayden Bye
Lewis Hackett 4-3 Chris Gower
Danny Roberts 4-2 Nathan Cross
George Gardner 4-0 Jamie Branton
Jeffrey De Zwaan 4-0 Andrew Ryan
Arron Fairweather 4-1 Sean Johnson
Cain Unwin 4-2 Nicholas Hastings
James Hubbard 4-2 Fredi Gsellmann
Charlie Burns Bye
Krit Middleton 4-3 Joe Singleton
Kieran Bridgwater Bye
Liam Johnson 4-1 Connor Scutt
Jake Patchett Bye
Aden Kirk 4-0 Liam Gallagher
Matthew Dargue Bye
Ryan De Vreede 4-2 Sam Hill
John Esam Bye
John De Kruijf 4-1 Adam Smith-Neale
Tony Field 4-0 Bradley Coltman
Thomas Flint 4-3 John Bryan
Reece Robinson 4-0 Liam Fairclough
Ryan Bloomfield 4-0 Paul Mitchell
Nicholas Day Bye
Jack Faragher 4-0 Harry West
Cameron Hinchcliffe Bye
Robyn Byrne 4-3 Shaun Michael Lovett
Ben Songhurst Bye
Ryan Maher 4-3 Dan Dean
Stuart McCann Bye
Dean Finn 4-1 George Killington
James Thompson Bye
Lewis Venes 4-1 Adam Crawford
James Young Bye
Kevin Voornhout 4-0 Dominic Buckley
Ted Evetts 4-3 Dan Green
Sam Hewson 4-2 Mike Zuydwijk
Joshua Richardson 4-2 Callum Loose
Luke Cheevers 4-0 Brandonn Monk
Jack Petcher Bye
James Smith 4-0 Blaine Jelly
Josh Payne Bye
Dirk van Duijvenbode 4-3 Jordan Patterson
James Wilkinson Bye
Jamie Britten 4-3 Jamie Cassidy
Jake Jones Bye
Ben Cheeseman 4-2 Kierion Williams
Steve Lennon Bye
Samuel Fuller 4-3 Dan Read
Ryan Jones Bye
Connor Roach 4-3 Brandon Walsh

Second Round
Aaron Holdstock 4-1 Kurt Parry
Jack Tweddell 4-1 Matthew Dicken
Keegan Brown 4-1 Lee Whitworth
Sean McArdle 4-3 Tom Lonsdale
Harry Ward 4-1 Daniel Lidgett
Kacey Jones 4-0 Lee Budgen
Adam Hunt 4-1 Tommy Lishman
Rhys Hayden 4-0 Lewis Hackett
George Gardner 4-3 Danny Roberts
Jeffrey De Zwaan 4-0 Arron Fairweather
James Hubbard 4-2 Cain Unwin
Krit Middleton 4-2 Charlie Burns
Liam Johnson 4-3 Kieran Bridgwater
Aden Kirk 4-2 Jake Patchett
Ryan De Vreede 4-0 Matthew Dargue
John De Kruijf 4-1 John Esam
Thomas Flint 4-0 Tony Field
Reece Robinson 4-1 Ryan Bloomfield
Jack Faragher 4-2 Nicholas Day
Cameron Hinchcliffe 4-0 Robyn Byrne
Ben Songhurst 4-2 Ryan Maher
Dean Finn 4-0 Stuart McCann
James Thompson 4-0 Lewis Venes
James Young 4-2 Kevin Voornhout
Sam Hewson 4-2 Ted Evetts
Joshua Richardson 4-3 Luke Cheevers
James Smith 4-2 Jack Petcher
Josh Payne 4-2 Dirk van Duijvenbode
James Wilkinson 4-3 Jamie Britten
Jake Jones 4-2 Ben Cheeseman
Steve Lennon 4-1 Samuel Fuller
Ryan Jones 4-3 Connor Roach
Losers £25

Third Round
Jack Tweddell 4-2 Aaron Holdstock
Keegan Brown 4-3 Sean McArdle
Kacey Jones 4-1 Harry Ward
Rhys Hayden 4-2 Adam Hunt
Jeffrey De Zwaan 4-0 George Gardner
James Hubbard 4-0 Krit Middleton
Aden Kirk 4-1 Liam Johnson
Ryan De Vreede 4-3 John De Kruijf
Reece Robinson 4-2 Thomas Flint
Cameron Hinchcliffe 4-3 Jack Faragher
Dean Finn 4-0 Ben Songhurst
James Thompson 4-3 James Young
Sam Hewson 4-2 Joshua Richardson
Josh Payne 4-2 James Smith
Jake Jones 4-0 James Wilkinson
Steve Lennon 4-1 Ryan Jones
Losers £50

Fourth Round
Jack Tweddell 4-2 Keegan Brown
Rhys Hayden 4-0 Kacey Jones
James Hubbard 4-3 Jeffrey De Zwaan
Aden Kirk 4-1 Ryan De Vreede
Reece Robinson 4-3 Cameron Hinchcliffe
James Thompson 4-1 Dean Finn
Josh Payne 4-3 Sam Hewson
Steve Lennon 4-2 Jake Jones
Losers £100

Rhys Hayden 4-1 Jack Tweddell
James Hubbard 4-0 Aden Kirk
Reece Robinson 4-0 James Thompson
Josh Payne 4-1 Steve Lennon
Losers £150

James Hubbard 4-1 Rhys Hayden
Reece Robinson 4-3 Josh Payne
Losers £250

James Hubbard 4-2 Reece Robinson
Winner £1,000
Runner-Up £500



ALEX ROY and Alan Tabern were Sunday^s winners in the double-header of PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour events held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.

Roy, who has competed in host of major televised tournaments over a 15-year period, showed signs of his best form in Sunday^s opening event as he dropped just one leg in his first three games before edging out 2014 Challenge Tour event winner Matthew Edgar by a 5-4 scoreline.

The 39-year-old Watford ace recorded his third whitewash win of the event in the quarter-finals over fellow Hertfordshire man Tim Martin before defeating Manchester youngster Shaun Griffiths 5-3 in the last four.

Roy took on Mark Lawrence for the £2,000 first prize in the final and managed to hold his nerve to win 5-4 and claim his first win in a PDC event since 2008.

Pontefract lorry driver Lawrence produced a strong display at the Ricoh Arena with an excellent run to the final, defeating Colin Fowler - who recorded a brilliant Challenge Tour double in Wigan recently - at the last 16 stage.

Lawrence, a former UK Open quarter-finalist, beat Doug Thompson and Garry Spedding by 5-1 margins before losing the decider by the narrowest of margins to Roy.

Manchester^s Griffiths produced his best performance in a PDC competition for 18 months with a good run to the semi-finals following a barren spell of results.

The highly-rated 22-year-old, who won a Youth Tour event three years ago, defeated Ian McFarlane and Mark Frost en route to the semi-finals before a semi-final loss to Roy ended his hopes of a crack at the £2,000 first prize.

Cumbria^s Garry Spedding bettered his quarter-final effort last time out on the PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour with a fine run to the semi-finals on Sunday in Coventry, defeating Prakash Jiwa and Steve Douglas before losing to Lawrence at the last four stage.

Leicester^s Jason Wilson reached the last eight for the second consecutive Challenge Tour event while Martin, Staffordshire^s Doug Thompson and four-time Lakeside competitor Douglas reached the same stage to achieve their best results at this level.

St Helens ace Alan Tabern went on to claim the second PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour event of the day as he continued his strong displays at this level in 2014.

The former top ten player overcame Mark Frost in a tough first round encounter before edging out Stephen Gallimore in a deciding leg to reach the last 32.

The games got tougher for Tabern but he held his nerve as he recorded 5-3 wins over Jamie Robinson and Reece Robinson before narrowly beating Matthew Dennant in a deciding leg.

Tabern won through his semi-final challenge with relative ease thanks to a 5-1 defeat of Wilson to reach his third PDC Uncicorn Challenge Tour final of the year, and he saw off Dave Honey 5-3 to claim his second title of the year.

Honey enjoyed an excellent run to the final in the second event of the day, which began with a tough 5-4 win over Michael Blake before seeing off John Scott by a 5-3 margin.

The Worcestershire thrower reached the last eight with wins over Trevor Burkhill and Michael Beal before stopping Event Seven winner Alex Roy in his tracks with a 5-3 triumph.

That put Honey through to the semi-finals, where he edged out Matt Clark in a deciding leg before losing the final to Tabern 5-3.

Wilson improved on his quarter-final effort earlier in the day with a fine run to the last four - his best result to date - before being denied a place in the decider by Tabern after a 5-1 loss.

Clark, who had reached the final of a Challenge Tour event three weeks ago, produced a run to the semi-finals in Event Eight which included wins over Nick Fullwell and Matthew Edgar before narrowly missing out on a spot in the final.

Event Seven winner Roy was on form again in the second event of the day, dropping just two legs in his opening three matches, and kept his hopes of a brilliant double alive with a 5-3 victory over Danny Pinhorne in the last 16.

Roy, though, was to be denied that achievement as he was beaten 5-3 by Honey at the last eight stage - having to settle for £2,300 in prize money for his fine display across the day.

Douglas reached the quarter-finals for the second time on Sunday while 2013 Youth Tour winner Matthew Dennant reached the same stage along with Reading^s Joe Lacey.

The next PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour double-header will take place on Sunday June 1 at the Robin Park Tennis Centre in Wigan, and is open to PDPA Associate Members, who can enter through the PDC Online Entry System.

PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour Event Seven
Sunday May 18, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
First Round
Alex Roy 5-0 Daren Barber
Danny Summers 5-4 Richard Denis
Dave Place 5-3 Andrew Howarth
Mark Hylton 5-1 Craig Mansell
Matthew Edgar 5-0 Dave Honey
Kevin Thomas 5-4 Ryan Palmer
Matthew Dicken 5-3 Wayne Dunn
Danny Pinhorne 5-3 Stephen Gallimore
Jack Tweddell 5-3 Mike Norton
Reece Robinson 5-2 Mike Nott
Tim Martin Bye
Darren Weaver 5-4 John Burgess
Dimitri Van Den Bergh Bye
Brett Claydon 5-1 Luke Woodhouse
Richie Howson Bye
Gaz Cousins 5-3 Adam Smith-Neale
Curtis Hammond 5-4 Hermie van Orsouw
Ian McFarlane 5-4 Frankie Ansell
Shaun Griffiths 5-1 Robert Fuller
Sam Hill 5-4 Michael Blake
Mark Frost 5-2 Stephen McNally
Joe Lacey 5-4 Alan Tabern
Dan Dean 5-3 John Goldie
Jay Foreman 5-4 Nathan Richards
Martin Bowley 5-4 Darren Burksfield
Trevor Frost 5-4 Luke Kennedy
Neville Roberts Bye
Jason Wilson 5-1 Jack Hill
Karl Merchant Bye
Dave Weston 5-3 Brandon Walsh
John Crossley Bye
Dirk van Duijvenbode 5-1 Ben Davies
Paul Palmer 5-2 Lee Moffatt
Doug Thompson 5-0 Mark Flawn
Jamie Gemmell 5-3 Krit Middleton
David Copley 5-2 Tony Richardson
Liam Fox 5-3 Michael Symes
Vernon Sheppard 5-4 Oliver Stell
Paul Redfern 5-4 Ron Meulenkamp
Mark Jones 5-4 Steven Lippett
Steven Cuppitt Bye
Vince Tipple 5-2 Paul Lennon
Mark Wilson Bye
Colin Fowler 5-0 Jake Patchett
Mark Lawrence Bye
Michael Beal 5-0 Greg Dickinson
Andrew Johnson Bye
Trevor Burkhill 5-2 Stuart Stubbs
Martin Homer 5-3 Kevin Bambrick
Prakash Jiwa 5-3 John Scott
Jamie Landon 5-3 Mark Forman
Ian Lever 5-0 Jordan Johnston
Garry Spedding 5-2 Ben Songhurst
Aden Kirk 5-3 Richard Ludlow
Ryan Harrington 5-3 Nick Fullwell
Paul Carter 5-3 Simon Burt
Matt Clark Bye
Jamie Robinson 5-0 Jaron Esteve
Matthew Dennant Bye
Nathan Derry 5-0 Darren Mawer
Steve Douglas Bye
Terry Roach 5-3 Paul Rowley
Lee Whitworth Bye
Kurt Parry 5-2 Barrie Bates

Second Round
Alex Roy 5-0 Danny Summers
Mark Hylton 5-4 Dave Place
Matthew Edgar 5-4 Kevin Thomas
Danny Pinhorne 5-2 Matthew Dicken
Reece Robinson 5-2 Jack Tweddell
Tim Martin 5-3 Darren Weaver
Dimitri Van Den Bergh 5-2 Brett Claydon
Gaz Cousins 5-4 Richie Howson
Ian McFarlane 5-4 Curtis Hammond
Shaun Griffiths 5-1 Sam Hill
Mark Frost 5-3 Joe Lacey
Jay Foreman 5-1 Dan Dean
Trevor Frost 5-1 Martin Bowley
Jason Wilson 5-0 Neville Roberts
Dave Weston 5-4 Karl Merchant
John Crossley 5-1 Dirk van Duijvenbode
Doug Thompson 5-2 Paul Palmer
Jamie Gemmell 5-4 David Copley
Vernon Sheppard 5-4 Liam Fox
Mark Jones 5-3 Paul Redfern
Steven Cupitt 5-3 Vince Tipple
Colin Fowler 5-0 Mark Wilson
Mark Lawrence 5-4 Michael Beal
Trevor Burkhill 5-2 Andrew Johnson
Prakash Jiwa 5-0 Martin Homer
Ian Lever 5-1 Jamie Landon
Garry Spedding 5-3 Aden Kirk
Paul Carter 5-3 Ryan Harrington
Matt Clark 5-4 Jamie Robinson
Nathan Derry 5-3 Matthew Dennant
Steve Douglas 5-1 Terry Roach
Lee Whitworth 5-4 Kurt Parry
Losers £50

Third Round
Alex Roy 5-1 Mark Hylton
Matthew Edgar 5-2 Danny Pinhorne
Tim Martin 5-0 Reece Robinson
Dimitri Van Den Bergh 5-2 Gaz Cousins
Shaun Griffiths 5-2 Ian McFarlane
Mark Frost 5-0 Jay Foreman
Jason Wilson 5-3 Trevor Frost
John Crossley 5-4 Dave Weston
Doug Thompson 5-1 Jamie Gemmell
Mark Jones 5-4 Vernon Sheppard
Colin Fowler 5-0 Steven Cupitt
Mark Lawrence 5-4 Trevor Burkhill
Prakash Jiwa 5-2 Ian Lever
Garry Spedding 5-0 Paul Carter
Matt Clark 5-3 Nathan Derry
Steve Douglas 5-1 Lee Whitworth
Losers £100

Fourth Round
Alex Roy 5-4 Matthew Edgar
Tim Martin 5-4 Dimitri Van Den Bergh
Shaun Griffiths 5-1 Mark Frost
Jason Wilson 5-4 John Crossley
Doug Thompson 5-2 Mark Jones
Mark Lawrence 5-2 Colin Fowler
Garry Spedding 5-3 Prakash Jiwa
Steve Douglas 5-3 Matt Clark
Losers £200

Alex Roy 5-0 Tim Martin
Shaun Griffiths 5-3 Jason Wilson
Mark Lawrence 5-1 Doug Thompson
Garry Spedding 5-4 Steve Douglas
Losers £300

Alex Roy 5-3 Shaun Griffiths
Mark Lawrence 5-1 Garry Spedding
Losers £500

Alex Roy 5-4 Mark Lawrence
Winner £2,000
Runner-Up £1,000

PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour Event Eight
Sunday May 18, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
First Round
Curtis Hammond 5-1 Aden Kirk
Doug Thompson 5-3 Terry Roach
Garry Spedding 5-3 David Copley
Joe Lacey 5-4 Andrew Johnson
Oliver Stell 5-4 Tony Richardson
Nathan Derry 5-3 Brandon Walsh
Brett Claydon 5-2 Jack Tweddell
John Burgess 5-0 Michael Symes
Nick Fullwell 5-1 Steven Lippett
Matt Clark 5-0 Paul Lennon
John Crossley Bye
Matthew Edgar 5-0 Jake Patchett
Paul Redfern Bye
Liam Fox 5-0 Darren Mawer
Jaron Esteve Bye
Darren Weaver 5-3 Stephen McNally
Jamie Landon 5-1 Richard Ludlow
John Goldie 5-2 Kevin Thomas
Michael Beal 5-3 Ryan Harrington
Robert Fuller 5-4 Daren Barber
Trevor Burkhill 5-0 Paul Anthony
Danny Summers 5-4 Richard Denis
Dave Honey 5-4 Michael Blake
John Scott 5-4 Luke Kennedy
Jay Foreman 5-2 Ian McFarlane
Colin Fowler 5-2 Martin Bowley
Kurt Parry Bye
Alex Roy 5-1 Dave Weston
Martin Homer Bye
Danny Pinhorne 5-0 Stuart Stubbs
Lee Whitworth Bye
Paul Palmer 5-2 Greg Dickinson
Ron Meulenkamp 5-1 Mark Wilson
Jason Wilson 5-2 Andrew Howarth
Ian Lever 5-0 Paul Carter
Dirk van Duijvenbode 5-1 Barrie Bates
Adam Smith-Neale 5-4 Dimitri Van Den Bergh
Mike Norton 5-2 Simon Burt
Mike Nott 5-4 Trevor Frost
Tim Martin 5-4 Jack Hill
Karl Merchant 5-0 John Walton
Gaz Cousins 5-0 Craig Mansell
Darren Burksfield Bye
Mark Lawrence 5-4 Shaun Griffiths
Jordan Johnston Bye
Steve Douglas 5-1 Neville Roberts
Dan Dean Bye
Mark Jones 5-2 Richie Howson
Matthew Dennant 5-2 Luke Woodhouse
Vernon Sheppard 5-4 Ben Songhurst
Lee Moffatt 5-3 Sam Hill
Mark Forman 5-1 Steven Cupitt
Hermie van Orsouw 5-0 Nathan Richards
Prakash Jiwa 5-2 Wayne Dunn
Dave Place 5-3 Ben Davies
Ryan Palmer 5-3 Vince Tipple
Reece Robinson Bye
Mark Hylton 5-1 Frankie Ansell
Matthew Dicken Bye
Paul Rowley 5-2 Krit Middleton
Jamie Robinson Bye
Jamie Gemmell 5-1 Kevin Bambrick
Stephen Gallimore Bye
Alan Tabern 5-3 Mark Frost

Second Round
Doug Thompson 5-4 Curtis Hammond
Joe Lacey 5-4 Garry Spedding
Oliver Stell 5-2 Nathan Derry
Brett Claydon 5-0 John Burgess
Matt Clark 5-0 Nick Fullwell
Matthew Edgar 5-4 John Crossley
Liam Fox 5-2 Paul Redfern
Darren Weaver 5-1 Jaron Esteve
John Goldie 5-4 Jamie Landon
Michael Beal 5-2 Robert Fuller
Trevor Burkhill 5-4 Danny Summers
Dave Honey 5-3 John Scott
Colin Fowler 5-2 Jay Foreman
Alex Roy 5-0 Kurt Parry
Danny Pinhorne 5-2 Martin Homer
Lee Whitworth 5-4 Paul Palmer
Jason Wilson 5-3 Ron Meulenkamp
Ian Lever 5-2 Dirk van Duijvenbode
Adam Smith-Neale 5-4 Mike Norton
Mike Nott 5-4 Tim Martin
Karl Merchant 5-4 Gaz Cousins
Mark Lawrence 5-2 Darren Burksfield
Steve Douglas 5-0 Jordan Johnston
Mark Jones 5-3 Dan Dean
Matthew Dennant 5-4 Vernon Sheppard
Mark Forman 5-2 Lee Moffatt
Hermie van Orsouw 5-3 Prakash Jiwa
Dave Place 5-2 Ryan Palmer
Reece Robinson 5-3 Mark Hylton
Matthew Dicken 5-1 Paul Rowley
Jamie Robinson 5-3 Jamie Gemmell
Alan Tabern 5-4 Stephen Gallimore
Losers £50

Third Round
Joe Lacey 5-4 Doug Thompson
Brett Claydon 5-3 Oliver Stell
Matt Clark 5-2 Matthew Edgar
Darren Weaver 5-1 Liam Fox
Michael Beal 5-3 John Goldie
Dave Honey 5-2 Trevor Burkhill
Alex Roy 5-1 Colin Fowler
Danny Pinhorne 5-0 Lee Whitworth
Jason Wilson 5-4 Ian Lever
Mike Nott 5-1 Adam Smith-Neale
Karl Merchant 5-2 Mark Lawrence
Steve Douglas 5-4 Mark Jones
Matthew Dennant 5-0 Mark Forman
Hermie van Orsouw 5-4 Dave Place
Reece Robinson 5-3 Matthew Dicken
Alan Tabern 5-3 Jamie Robinson
Losers £100

Fourth Round
Joe Lacey 5-4 Brett Claydon
Matt Clark 5-2 Darren Weaver
Dave Honey 5-3 Michael Beal
Alex Roy 5-3 Danny Pinhorne
Jason Wilson 5-0 Mike Nott
Steve Douglas 5-2 Karl Merchant
Matthew Dennant 5-3 Hermie van Orsouw
Alan Tabern 5-3 Reece Robinson
Losers £200

Matt Clark 5-2 Joe Lacey
Dave Honey 5-3 Alex Roy
Jason Wilson 5-4 Steve Douglas
Alan Tabern 5-4 Matthew Dennant
Losers £300

Dave Honey 5-4 Matt Clark
Alan Tabern 5-1 Jason Wilson
Losers £500

Alan Tabern 5-3 Dave Honey
Winner £2,000
Runner-Up £1,000

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