Stu Wilson seals fourth PDC Challenge Tour event
The fourth Challenge Tour of the season had concluded with Stu Wilson ending the second day with a title.
Wilson saw off Pete Burgoyne 5-3 in the final after seeing off Maikel Verberk, Leighton Bennett and finally Burgoyne in the final.
He joins Steve Haggerty and Scott Williams who claimed an opening day double on Friday. There is one more day to come with a sole event on Sunday afternoon.
The Challenge Tour circuit is open to players who have entered the Q-School but have not won a Tour Card. Places on the Pro Tour for 2022 and Tour Cards for 2023 and 2024 can be earned on this tour.
The highest-ranking players on the PDC Challenge Tour Order of Merit qualify for the reserve spots at the Players Championships.
Thibault Tricole 5 | 3 Lukas Wenig
Roman Benecky 5 | 4 Jacob Taylor
Owen Roelofs 5 | 4 Patrick van den Boogaard
Ryan De Vreede 5 | 4 Gillian Koehoorn
Jeremy van der Winkel 5 | 4 Toni Alcinas
Stephen Burton 5 | 0 Christopher Gilliland
Michael Flynn 5 | 3 Matthew Edgar
Pete Burgoyne 5 | 3 Ryan Harrington
Leighton Bennett 5 | 3 Jacques Labre
Matthew Dennant 5 | 3 Martyn Turner
Maikel Verberk 5 | 3 Martijn Dragt
Stu Wilson 5 | 3 Jimmy van Schie
Nick Kenny 5 | 4 Arjan Konterman
Carlo van Peer 5 | 2 Darryl Pilgrim
Gavin Carlin 5 | 4 Darren Penhall
Jason Hogg 5 | 2 Mark McGeeney
Roman Benecky 5 | 3 Thibault Tricole
Ryan De Vreede 5 | 2 Owen Roelofs
Jeremy van der Winkel 5 | 0 Stephen Burton
Pete Burgoyne 5 | 4 Michael Flynn
Leighton Bennett 5 | 2 Matthew Dennant
Stu Wilson 5 | 3 Maikel Verberk
Carlo van Peer 5 | 4 Nick Kenny
Gavin Carlin 5 | 3 Jason Hogg
Ryan De Vreede 5 | 4 Roman Benecky
Pete Burgoyne 5 | 2 Jeremy van der Winkel
Stu Wilson 5 | 2 Leighton Bennett
Gavin Carlin 5 | 4 Carlo van Peer
Pete Burgoyne 5 | 2 Ryan De Vreede
Stu Wilson 5 | 3 Gavin Carlin
Stu Wilson 5 | 3 Pete Burgoyne