|Table after DT10|
|Position||Name||Total Prize Money|
|3||Berry van Peer||£4,250|
|18||Lee Lok Yin||£1,450|
|27||Gian van Veen||£950|
|33||Jamai van den Herik||£700|
|36||Danny van Trijp||£650|
|36||Marcus Tommaso Brambati||£650|
|41||Jitse van der Wal||£600|
|56||Mike van Duivenbode||£400|
|69||Justin van Tergouw||£300|
|81||Timo van den Elshout||£250|
|81||Jurjen van der Velde||£250|
|122||Man Lok Leung||£100|
|122||Keanu van Velzen||£100|
|156||Lukaz Fabian Schwarzbach||£50|
|156||Viani Van den Bergh||£50|
|156||Winston van de Graaf||£50|
|156||Marvin van Velzen||£50|
Keane Barry and Berry van Peer won two-year PDC Tour Cards, while Barry and Ryan Meikle booked places at the 2020/21 World Championship as the 2020 PDC Unicorn Development Tour concluded in Barnsley.
Exciting Irish prospect Barry, 18, narrowly missed out on winning a Tour Card at Qualifying School in January but will compete on the PDC ProTour for the first time in 2021 and make his second World Championship appearance in December after finishing second on the final Development Tour Order of Merit.
A graduate of the Junior Darts Corporation system, Barry made his World Championship debut in December 2019, before returning to the Alexandra Palace stage days later to win the JDC’s Junior World Championship final.
Barry, who also became the youngest winner of the Tom Kirby Memorial Irish Matchplay in 2019, picked up his first two Development Tour titles across Saturday and Sunday to secure his place on the professional circuit.
Dutchman Van Peer, who has battled through dartitis to continue his playing career, finished third on the Development Tour Order of Merit to win back his PDC Tour Card, having previously competed on the circuit in 2016-17.
The 24-year-old has four Development Tour titles to his name spanning a five-year period and reached the last 16 of the 2017 Grand Slam of Darts. Englishman Meikle, a six-time Development Tour title winner, topped the final Order of Merit to ensure his World Championship return having made his Alexandra Palace debut at the 2019/20 event.
The 24-year-old, who reached the last 16 of the 2019 Players Championship Finals, was already assured of his PDC Tour Card for 2021, meaning Barry and Van Peer are this year’s two Tour Card winners.
Final Table and Incentives won:
1 – Ryan Meikle (Qualifies for William Hill WC / Already has a Tour Card)
2 – Keane Barry (Qualifies for William Hill WC & 2 Year PDC Tour Card)
3 – Berry van Peer (2 Year PDC Tour Card)
4 – Damian Mol (FREE QS)
5 – Ted Evetts (FREE QS if not in Top 64)
6 – Kevin Doets (FREE QS)
7 – Martin Schindler (Already has a TC)
8 – Callan Rydz (Already has a TC)
NOTE: FREE QS places are non transferable
If any D/T player still has any outstanding entries not yet refunded please contact Graham Fairhurst at The PDC firstname.lastname@example.org
World Youth Championship
The PDC Unicorn World Youth Championship Final remains planned for Sunday November 29 to take place between the semi-finals and final of the Players Championship Finals in Minehead. The Challenge Tour will then conclude with six £10,000 events to be held from October 9-11.
November 29th, Butlins, Minehead.
PDC Unicorn World Youth Championship Final
Bradley Brooks v Joe Davis
All Development Tour players must be aware that from 2020, the PDPA requires all players on the Development Tour to be registered as PDPA Members
Players who did not participate in Q-School 2020 or do not have a PDC Tour Card: Players entered into the Development Tours who are not yet Members of the PDPA will receive an email in the coming days from NoReply@pdpa.co.uk which will include a link to the PDPA’s Membership Information System. You are REQUIRED to complete or correct your details on the online form that the link in the email will direct you to. You will than have PDPA Junior Membership for the Development Tours in 2020.
Players who are already PDPA Associate or Full Members: If you participated at either of the 2020 Q-Schools or you have a PDC Tour Card, you will have already received the email asking you to complete your online form for PDPA Membership.
– Players who have already completed their details will not be sent the email again and do not need to do anything further.
– Players who have not yet responded to the email from NoReply@pdpa.co.uk will receive it again in the coming days and are REQUIRED to complete or correct the details held for you on the PDPA’s Membership Information System. Simply click the link, complete the details and any corrections and submit it back to us.
Click here to enter via PDC on line entry system
All entries have a closing date/time 2pm on the Thursday immediately before the events start.
Runner – Up £1,000
Semi – Finals £500
Quarter – Finals £300
Last 16 £200
Last 32 £100
Last 64 £50
The following incentives are on offer to players competing in the Development Tour and World Youth Championship: – The two highest ranked players on the 2020 Development Tour Order of Merit receive an invitation to the 2020/21 World Championship.
NOTE: if any of the players who achieve the above otherwise qualify for the 2020/21 World Championship, or reject their invitations, further places shall be offered to other players from the relevant Order of Merit until the places are filled.
- The finalists of the 2020 World Youth Championship receive a one-year invitation to the 2021 Grand Slam of Darts subject to the entry criteria as stated in rule 3.1 of this document.
- The winner of the 2020 World Youth Championship receives an invitation to the 2020/21 World Championship. NOTE: if any of the players who achieve the above otherwise qualify for the 2021 Grand Slam of Darts or 2020/21 World Championship, or reject their invitations, no further places shall be offered.
- The top 8 non tour card holders following all Development Tour events will qualify for the 2021 UK Open Finals first round (TBC in PDC 2021 Rules)
– The top two players on the final 2020 Development Tour Orders of Merit who have not otherwise won Tour Cards for 2021 and 2022 will receive two-year Tour Cards.
NOTE: if any of the players who achieve the above otherwise qualify for a Tour Card or reject their invitations, places will be offered further down the Development Tour Orders of Merit. In the event a player achieves the above from both the Challenge and Development Tours, the Challenge Tour will take priority.
– The players who finish third to eighth (countback applied in event of ties) on the 2020 Development Tour Orders of Merit will receive free entry to the 2021 Q School.
NOTE: in the event that any of the players who achieve the above qualify otherwise for a Q School place or reject their invitations, places will not be offered further down the Development Tour Orders of Merit.
Entry to Development Tour events:
Entry is open to ANY darts player, other than players inside the top 32 of the PDC Order of Merit as of the 2nd January 2020, if they move into the top 32 during the season that they are still eligible and the age criteria as noted above.
Players who have previously entered PDC tournaments would enter as normal through the PDC Online Entry System, but must firstly register again for the new system as Sport-Radar has replaced Servasport CLICK HERE
Would need to first register their details with the PDC Online Entry System CLICK HERE before entering. You will then receive your servasport log on details to enter. You will need to retain the same Username and Password details for entries throughout the year so please note these down!
- Entry costs £25 per event, with £10,000 per event available in prize money.
- Games in Development Tour events are the best of 7 legs up to the Quarter-Finals.
- Games from the Quarter-Finals onwards will be best of 9 legs.
- There are two events per day being held across 32 boards
Both PDC Unicorn Development Tour events will be staged as follows:
8.00am – Doors open
8.00am-09.30am – Registration for the day’s first event. Players entered into both events will be registered for both events on arrival.
10.30am – Start of first event
12.30pm – Players competing only in the day’s second event must register by this time.
Note: The start of the second event, to begin as soon as possible after the first event ends.