WE take a look at the biggest risers and fallers on the PDC Order of Merit after a dramatic 2019 Ladbrokes UK Open at Butlin's Minehead Resort.

Having claimed his first televised title in sensational style with a 170 finish, Nathan Aspinall was the most notable riser as his £100,000 top prize moved him up 17 places and into the world's top 16 for the first time.

The top 13 remain unchanged following the festival of darts, though Rob Cross cemented his place as world number two by adding £33,500 to his total for reaching his first televised ranking final since being crowned World Champion.

2017 UK Open champion Peter Wright remains third, but suffered a loss of £68,000 from his Order of Merit total following his fourth round exit.

Raymond van Barneveld (Lawrence Lustig, PDC)

The most significant fallers after the Minehead event are 2017 UK Open semi-finalist Alan Norris and 2017 quarter-finalist Raymond van Barneveld.

Norris' fourth round defeat to Ross Smith saw £15,500 fall off his total, while departing Dutchman Van Barneveld dropped out of the world's top 32 for the first time since 2006 after succumbing to surprise package Simon Stevenson in round four.

Full list of ranking changes below, courtesy of Christopher Kempf (Official Statistical Analyst of the PDC).

PDC Order of Merit ranking changes following UK Open (PDC)