The 96 players who have qualified through the First Stage of PDC UK Q-School are set and they will now join the 32 automatic qualifiers with 128 players now set to battle for the 17 available Tour Cards from Wednesday.
The four day winners will receive a Tour Card outright and in addition, the Order of Merit takes into account the 13 best players from there who will also receive one for 2022 and 2023.
Among those able to skip the First Stage due to a mix of losing their Tour Card and performing well on the Secondary Tours include Scott Waites, Matthew Edgar, Steve Brown, Josh Payne, Darren Beveridge and Cameron Menzies.
Those who were outright winners include Haupai Puha, John O'Shea, Robert Thornton and David Pallett among others who were joined by Fallon Sherrock, Ross Montgomery, Richie Burnett, Leighton Bennett among others who qualified through the Order of Merit.
Directly qualified for the final phase of the UK Q-School
Players who lost their PDC Tour Card: Scott Waites, Mickey Mansell, Ryan Murray, Nick Kenny, Matthew Edgar, Lisa Ashton, Wayne Jones, Ted Evetts, Andy Hamilton, James Wilson, Alan Tabern, Darren Webster, Peter Jacques, Ciaran Teehan Kai Fan Leung, Josh Payne, Steve Brown, Aaron Beeney, Gary Blades, Mark McGeeney, Darren Penhall
Numbers 2-8 on PDC UK Development Tour Order of Merit: Nathan Rafferty, Keelan Kay, Dom Taylor, Reece Colley, Liam Meek, Jarred Cole
Numbers 2 to 8 on PDC UK Challenge Tour Order of Merit: Shaun McDonald, Martin Thomas, Darren Beveridge, Cameron Menzies, Reece Robinson
Outright winners during the First Stage
Conor Heneghan, Michael Barnard, Josh Rock, Michael Flynn, Graham Usher, Nick Fullwell, Robert Rickwood, Haupai Puha, Matthew Dennant, Shaun Wilkinson, Ryan Hogarth, John O'Shea, Shaun Griffiths, Joshua Burksfield, Kevin Garcia, Greg Ritchie, George Killington, Jim McEwan, Dan Read, Justin Smith, Jacob Taylor, Mike Warburton, Robert Thornton, David Pallett
Q-School Order of Merit (First Stage)
Owen Emmett Bowden