Raman mounts incredible comeback to deny Van Dongen and claim outright Tour Card on Day Two of PDC European Q-School Final Stage

WDF Number One, Brian Raman will ply his trade on the PDC ProTour from this season after seeing off Jules van Dongen in the final on Day Two of PDC European Q-School in Niedernhausen.

Raman who was set to go into Lakeside by virtue of his brilliant displays on the WDF circuit as the top seed came from 4-0 down in an incredible comeback winning six legs in a row to defeat 'The Dutch Dragon'.

This included a 140 checkout and a 108 from the Belgian.

But it isn't all doom and gloom for the Dutch-American who is currently on seven points on the Order of Merit which means he is almost certain to join the PDC Tour. This alongside Mario Vandenbogaerde.

Vladimir Andersen as well after two good runs likely just needs one point to book his spot but it is Raman who joins Jose Justicia as an outright winner.


Lukas Wenig (78.41) 6 | 2 (67.70) Jimmy Hendriks

Jules van Dongen (86.62) 6 | 5 (83.16) Patrick van den Boogaard

Brian Raman (77.27) 6 | 2 (72.00) Kai Gotthardt

Kevin Doets (88.42) 6 | 5 (88.74) Daniel Klose


Lukas Wenig (91.57) 4 | 6 (92.82) Jules van Dongen

Brian Raman (93.08) 6 | 1 (85.75) Kevin Doets


Jules van Dongen (87.98) 4 | 6 (87.84) Brian Raman

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