Barry, Monk and Newton all into Last 16 at PDC Challenge Tour Event Nine
Only Keane Barry and Maikel Verberk are still in who could influence the result of the Order of Merit slightly going into the final event.
David Evans, Matthew Dennant and Scott Mitchell are all out so cannot add further until the next event while Keane Barry is £50 away from Mitchell currently.
Barry won through to the latter stages after a 5-4 victory over James Duncan. Monk saw off James Hurrell while Newton defeated James Richardson 5-3.
Other notable wins included Jason Askew edging past Fallon Sherrock 5-2 despite an average of only 71, Development Tour standout Dom Taylor defeating Niall Culleton 5-2 and Jarred Cole edging past Stephen Burton 5-4.
The top two players on the final 2020 PDC Challenge Tour Orders of Merit who have not otherwise won Tour Cards for 2021 and 2022 will receive two-year Tour Cards.
The highest ranked player on the Challenge Tour Order of Merit receives an invitation to the 2020/21 World Championship.
Jarred Cole 5 | 4 Stephen Burton
Wes Newton 5 | 3 James Richardson
Stephen Gallimore 5 | 0 Ben Cheeseman
Jason Askew 5 | 2 Fallon Sherrock
Maikel Verberk 5 | 3 Ryan Hogarth
Arron Monk 5 | 4 James Hurrell
Ritchie Edhouse 5 | 1 Ben Hazel
Chris Quantock 5 | 3 Rhys Hayden
Dom Taylor 5 | 2 Niall Culleton
Owen Roelofs 5 | 1 Derek Coulson
Peter Mitchell 5 | 2 Luke Smith
Scott Taylor 5 | 1 Rusty-Jake Rodriguez
Keane Barry 5 | 4 James Duncan
Jamie Robinson 5 | 1 Richard Veenstra
Peter Hudson 5 | 2 Christopher Bent
Ryan Harrington 5 | 4 Scott Williams
Jarred Cole - | - Wes Newton
Stephen Gallimore - | - Jason Askew
Maikel Verberk - | - Arron Monk
Ritchie Edhouse - | - Chris Quantock
Dom Taylor - | - Owen Roelofs
Peter Mitchell - | - Scott Taylor
Keane Barry - | - Jamie Robinson
Peter Hudson - | - Ryan Harrington