FORMER World Championship Finalist Mark Dudbridge returned to the winners podium as he won PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour 15 at Arena MK in Milton Keynes, with Matthew Edgar scooping the other top prize.
Dudbridge kicked off his day with a 5-1 victory over Rohit Rabadia, before beating Dan Read 5-2 and Brett Claydon 5-3.
His toughest test come in the Last 16 where he edged out Kevin McDine in a last-leg decider. A stunning 5-0 whitewash over Mark Frost followed as he reached the Semi-Finals, where he beat Luke Humphries 5-2.
In the Final he was once again taken to a last-leg decider, but come out on top as he edged out Kevin Edwards to scoop the £2,000 prize fund and his second PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour title of the year.
Edgar put together his strongest run on the Challenge Tour since 2014 as he clinched his second career title, dropping no more than two legs in a game throughout the competition.
In his opening round game, he beat Steve McNally 5-2 before beating Paul Russell by the same scoreline.
Victories over Aaron Dyer and Ian Withers, again by a 5-2 scoreline, followed as he reached the Quarter-Finals.
There, he whitewashed Steve Brown before beating Alex Roy 5-2, and finally seeing Barrie Bates to clinch the £2,000 prizefund.
Full results from Challenge Tour events 15 & 16 can be found by visiting the tournament 'Match Centre'