The top averages have been revealed from the latest Challenge Tour weekend with Kyle McKinstry topping them as the increasing standard of the secondary tour is shown.

McKinstry hit a high off 112.16 over the weekend as he increasingly showed his form despite not claiming an event win. Jason Askew, son of former World Championship semi-finalist Dave was second on the list with 110.78 during Event 14.

Those who did win events figured; with Jesus Noguera registering three marks of 107.53, 105.83 and 102.64 in the list. Cameron Menzies also with 106.42 and Callan Rydz with 102.18.

Others on the list included David Evans who was involved in two finals in both latter events on Saturday and Sunday; he hit two of the top averages.

This shows that similar to the ProTour and even Q-School, the standard on the PDC is rising at all levels which is brilliant for the sport with all top averages in the 100+ range.

View all top averages below:

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Author: Samuel Gill