Searle completed a comeback in the process by seeing off Steve Beaton. He came from 3-0 down to see off 'The Bronzed Adonis' 6-4 in an up-and-down clash with 50% on the doubles in the end.
While from good doubling to taking advantage of poor doubling, Damon Heta who came on stage in a hockey jersey with an accompanying stick handing out a signed hockey puck in the crowd saw off Dylan Slevin 6-2.
It was just 20% on the doubles from Slevin allowing Heta safe progression through to the next round with the aid of four 180's.
Chisnall finally breezed through against Geert Nentjes in one of the best displays of the day so far. The second seed, and multiple winner this year, faced the Dutchman, who was lucky to be there after miscount dramas yesterday.
Chisnall made sure he didn't advance further sealing it 6-2 with four `180's and a 100.5 average.