LIVEBLOG UK Qualifier for World Championship: Teehan claims last spot with decider win over Murnan

A final day of darts is set to take place before the PDC World Darts Championship in just over two weeks time and the final spots will be confirmed on Monday.

Four spots are on offer during the qualifier for players from the United Kingdom and Ireland. Among those trying to reach the Alexandra Palace include Darren Webster, Ted Evetts, Mark McGeeney, Jamie Lewis, Joe Murnan and Matthew Edgar. Follow the results in our liveblog.

Update 14:45 - Teehan claims last spot with decider win over Murnan

Ciaran Teehan is the final player through to the PDC World Championship after winning through the UK Qualifier.

Teehan defeated Joe Murnan in a closely fought 7-6 win to deny 'Midnight' another qualification.

The young Irishman who impressed last year will now get his chance again in two weeks time.

UK World Championship Qualifier
Q1
Last 16

Ciaran Teehan (88.6) 6-5 (85.7) Barrie Bates

Quarter-Finals

Conan Whitehead (89.5) 6-1 (85.8) Darren Webster

Joe Murnan (88.0) 6-4 (88.6) William Borland

Michael Barnard (90.5) 1-6 (98.9) Ciaran Teehan

Mark McGeeney (84.3) 6-5 (78.8)Richard North

Semi finals

Joe Murnan (99.1) 6-3 (94.0) Conan Whitehead

Ciaran Teehan (98.1) 6-2 (84.5) Mark McGeeney

Final

Ciaran Teehan (98.0) 7-6 (90.1) Joe Murnan

Update 14:28 - Kenny set for Ally Pally debut after decider win over Wilson

Nick Kenny will make his debut at the PDC World Championship next month after defeating James Wilson in a dramatic decider.

Kenny won through 7-6 but handed an opportunity late on in the decider which Wilson spurned and last dart in hand, he took out double 20 for the win.

Q4
Quarter-Finals

James Wilson (90.3) 6-5 (90.1) Peter Jacques

Jonathan Worsley (91.3) 6-4 (94.1) Reece Robinson

Ted Evetts (90.5) 6-2 (86.6) Adrian Gray

Steve Brown (89.8) 5-6 (93.0) Nick Kenny

Semi-Finals

James Wilson (87.2) 6-5 (89.1) Jonathan Worsley

Ted Evetts (88.9) 3-6 (92.1) Nick Kenny

Final 

James Wilson (92.6) 6-7 (86.5) Nick Kenny

Update 14:20 - Lewis claims Alexandra Palace return with Thornton win

Jamie Lewis has had a torrid time since his 2018 brilliance at the World Championship but he will make his return to the Alexandra Palace after defeating Robert Thornton in the final round in Coventry.

The next confirmed result after Matthew Edgar sealed his qualification, Lewis won through 7-5 which likely confirms Thornton's fate of heading to Q-School in January.

Q2
Quarter-Finals

Harry Ward (88.6) 6-4 (87.8) Darren Penhall

Kirk Shepherd (95.3) 3-6 (92.6) Robert Thornton

Jamie Lewis (91.0) 6-2 (79.3) David Pallett

Alan Tabern (93.0) 6-2 (88.8) Carl Wilkinson

Semi-Finals

Robert Thornton (86.4) 6-2 (81.9) Harry Ward

Jamie Lewis (87.7) 6-2 (86.3) Alan Tabern

Final

Robert Thornton (86.0) 5-7 (83.0) Jamie Lewis

Update 14:11 - Edgar first through with Payne victory

Matthew Edgar is the first player through to the World Championship from the UK Qualifier after winning his final match against Josh Payne.

Edgar who in doing so will likely save his Tour Card for another year saw off Payne in a 7-2 win to cap off a day which has seen him defeat Gary Blades (6-4), Martin Atkins (6-5) before seeing off 'The Maximum'.

All day, he has averaged between 92-95 and now the man behind Edgar TV will adorn the stage at the Alexandra Palace once more.

Q3
Quarter final

Josh Payne (94.9) 6-0 (90.0) Matt Clark

Simon Stevenson (89.5) 6-3 (87.2) Gavin Carlin

Matthew Edgar (92.7) 6-4 (78.4) Gary Blades

Martin Atkins (84.7) 6-1 (73.6) Aaron Beeney

Semi-Finals

Josh Payne (94.5) 6-3 (95.0) Simon Stevenson

Matthew Edgar (92.0) 6-5 (92.3) Martin Atkins

Final 

Josh Payne v Matthew Edgar

Update 13:55 - Wilson, Kenny and Teehan finalise final line-up

The line-up has been confirmed for the finals at the PDC World Championship UK Qualifier with Ciaran Teehan booking a tie against Joe Murnan.

Josh Payne will face Matthew Edgar, while James Wilson and Nick Kenny will do battle in the only other tie only just confirmed.

UK World Championship Qualifier
Q1
Last 16

Ciaran Teehan (88.6) 6-5 (85.7) Barrie Bates

Quarter-Finals

Conan Whitehead (89.5) 6-1 (85.8) Darren Webster

Joe Murnan (88.0) 6-4 (88.6) William Borland

Michael Barnard (90.5) 1-6 (98.9) Ciaran Teehan

Mark McGeeney (84.3) 6-5 (78.8)Richard North

Semi finals

Joe Murnan (99.1) 6-3 (94.0) Conan Whitehead

Ciaran Teehan (98.1) 6-2 (84.5) Mark McGeeney

Final

Joe Murnan v Ciaran Teehan

Q2
Quarter-Finals

Harry Ward (88.6) 6-4 (87.8) Darren Penhall

Kirk Shepherd (95.3) 3-6 (92.6) Robert Thornton

Jamie Lewis (91.0) 6-2 (79.3) David Pallett

Alan Tabern (93.0) 6-2 (88.8) Carl Wilkinson

Semi-Finals

Robert Thornton (86.4) 6-2 (81.9) Harry Ward

Jamie Lewis (87.7) 6-2 (86.3) Alan Tabern

Final

Robert Thornton v Jamie Lewis

Q3
Quarter final

Josh Payne (94.9) 6-0 (90.0) Matt Clark

Simon Stevenson (89.5) 6-3 (87.2) Gavin Carlin

Matthew Edgar (92.7) 6-4 (78.4) Gary Blades

Martin Atkins (84.7) 6-1 (73.6) Aaron Beeney

Semi-Finals

Josh Payne (94.5) 6-3 (95.0) Simon Stevenson

Matthew Edgar (92.0) 6-5 (92.3) Martin Atkins

Final 

Josh Payne v Matthew Edgar

Q4
Quarter-Finals

James Wilson (90.3) 6-5 (90.1) Peter Jacques

Jonathan Worsley (91.3) 6-4 (94.1) Reece Robinson

Ted Evetts (90.5) 6-2 (86.6) Adrian Gray

Steve Brown (89.8) 5-6 (93.0) Nick Kenny

Semi-Finals

James Wilson (87.2) 6-5 (89.1) Jonathan Worsley

Ted Evetts (88.9) 3-6 (92.1) Nick Kenny

Final 

James Wilson v Ted Evetts

Update 13:30 - Thornton, Lewis, Murnan and Edgar through to final round

The first finalists have been confirmed in the UK Qualifier with Robert Thornton, Jamie Lewis, Joe Murnan and Matthew Edgar through to the finals so far.

Thornton and Lewis will both play each other for a World Championship spot.

UK World Championship Qualifier
Q1
Last 16

Ciaran Teehan (88.6) 6-5 (85.7) Barrie Bates

Quarter-Finals

Conan Whitehead (89.5) 6-1 (85.8) Darren Webster

Joe Murnan (88.0) 6-4 (88.6) William Borland

Michael Barnard (90.5) 1-6 (98.9) Ciaran Teehan

Mark McGeeney (84.3) 6-5 (78.8)Richard North

Semi finals

Joe Murnan (99.1) 6-3 (94.0) Conan Whitehead

Ciaran Teehan v Mark McGeeney

Q2
Quarter-Finals

Harry Ward (88.6) 6-4 (87.8) Darren Penhall

Kirk Shepherd (95.3) 3-6 (92.6) Robert Thornton

Jamie Lewis (91.0) 6-2 (79.3) David Pallett

Alan Tabern (93.0) 6-2 (88.8) Carl Wilkinson

Semi-Finals

Robert Thornton (86.4) 6-2 (81.9) Harry Ward

Jamie Lewis (87.7) 6-2 (86.3) Alan Tabern

Final

Robert Thornton v Jamie Lewis

Q3
Quarter final

Josh Payne (94.9) 6-0 (90.0) Matt Clark

Simon Stevenson (89.5) 6-3 (87.2) Gavin Carlin

Matthew Edgar (92.7) 6-4 (78.4) Gary Blades

Martin Atkins (84.7) 6-1 (73.6) Aaron Beeney

Semi-Finals

Josh Payne v Simon Stevenson

Matthew Edgar (92.0) 6-5 (92.3) Martin Atkins

Q4
Quarter-Finals

James Wilson (90.3) 6-5 (90.1) Peter Jacques

Jonathan Worsley (91.3) 6-4 (94.1) Reece Robinson

Ted Evetts (90.5) 6-2 (86.6) Adrian Gray

Steve Brown (89.8) 5-6 (93.0) Nick Kenny

Semi-Finals

James Wilson v Jonathan Worsley

Ted Evetts v Nick Kenny

Update 12:45: Webster to miss first World Championship since 2012

Darren Webster will not be at this year's World Championship. The 2018 Quarter-Finalist lost in the first round of the PDPA Qualifier to Conan Whitehead.

Meanwhile Jamie Lewis, who reached the World Championship semi-finals three years ago, booked his place in the next round after beating David Pallett 6-2. The likes of James Wilson and Ted Evetts are also through to the next round.

UK World Championship Qualifier
Q1
Last 16

Ciaran Teehan (88.6) 6-5 (85.7) Barrie Bates

Quarter-Finals

Conan Whitehead (89.5) 6-1 (85.8) Darren Webster

Joe Murnan (88.0) 6-4 (88.6) William Borland

Michael Barnard v Ciaran Teehan

Mark McGeeney v Richard North

Q2
Quarter-Finals

Harry Ward (88.6) 6-4 (87.8) Darren Penhall

Kirk Shepherd v Robert Thornton

Jamie Lewis (91.0) 6-2 (79.3) David Pallett

Alan Tabern (93.0) 6-2 (88.8) Carl Wilkinson

Q3
Quarter-Finals

Josh Payne (94.9) 6-0 (90.0) Matt Clark

Gavin Carlin v Simon Stevenson

Matthew Edgar (92.7) 6-4 (78.4) Gary Blades

Martin Atkins v Aaron Beeney

Q4
Quarter-Finals

James Wilson (90.3) 6-5 (90.1) Peter Jacques

Jonathan Worsley v Reece Robinson

Ted Evetts (90.5) 6-2 (86.6) Adrian Gray

Steve Brown v Nick Kenny

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