LOURENCE ILAGAN produced back-to-back victories on the second weekend of the PDC Asian Tour in Macau.

Events Three and Four of the new Asia-wide circuit saw almost 200 players competing in China, with each event offering $10,060 in prize money.

Saturday’s event saw Ilagan cruise past Donjem Dimaculangan 5-0 in the quarter-finals before a close 5-4 win over Paolo Nebrida sealed his place in the final.

The Philippines thrower then defeated Alexis Toylo 5-2 in the final, firing in two 180s in the process.

Ilagan backed up his performance on the Sunday as he overcame Tenglieh Pupo 5-3 in the quarters before seeing off Ho-Yin Shek 5-2 in the final four.

Sunday’s final saw Ilagan claim a 5-1 victory over Hong Kong ace Royden Lam, who picked up the Event One crown last month.

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Event Three – Saturday April 28

Quarter-Final:
Hiroto Ichimiya 3-5  Haruki Muramatsu
Seigo Asada 3-5 Paolo Nebrida
Lourence Ilagan 5-0 Donjem Dimaculangan
Alexis Toylo 5-3 Yuki Yamada

Semi-Final:
Lourence Ilagan 5-4 Haruki Muramatsu
Alexis Toylo 5-4 Paolo Nebrida

Final:
Lourence Ilagan 5-2 Alexis Toylo

Event Four – Sunday April 29

Quarter-Final:
Lourence Ilagan 5-3 Tenglieh Pupo
Ho-Yin Shek 5-3 Noel Malicdem
Paolo Nebrida 5-4 Seigo Asada
Royden Lam 5-1 Alexis Toylo

Semi-Final:
Royden Lam 5-3 Paolo Nebrida
Lourence Ilagan 5-2 Ho-Yin Shek

Final:
Lourence Ilagan 5-1 Royden Lam