DARIN YOUNG and Danny Lauby shared victories on the second weekend of the 2019 Magic Darts CDC Tour in Ontario, Canada.

Experienced American ace Young followed up his Event One victory in Philadelphia in May with success in Event Three on Saturday, as he whitewashed Canada's Jeff Smith in the final.

Young's route to a sixth CDC title also included a 6-4 semi-final defeat of former US Darts Masters qualifier DJ Sayre and a narrow quarter-final defeat of Danny Pace, after dropping only three legs in his opening three games.

Young was then defeated in the Event Four quarter-finals on Sunday as he went down 6-1 to David Fatum in Waterdown.

Fatum then lost by the same scoreline in the semi-finals to Lauby before the 26-year-old snatched a deciding-leg victory in the final against Joe Huffman.

Huffman came from 3-0 down to lead 4-3 and then moved 5-4 up with a 129 finish, but missed seven match darts over the final two legs as the left-hander levelled and then claimed the decider.

Following the double-header, Young and Chuck Puleo have been confirmed as the USA team for the BetVictor World Cup of Darts, as the top two Americans from the two-year CDC Order of Merit.

The next CDC weekend will be held on June 1-2 in Chicago, where Event Five and Event Six will take place. For further information, visit www.champdarts.com.

Entries for the PDC's North American Championship & US Darts Masters qualifiers in Las Vegas are still open for US & Canadian citizens. For full details, visit www.pdc.tv/vegas.

2019 Magic Darts CDC Tour
Event Three, Saturday May 4
Quarter-Finals

Darin Young 6-5 Danny Pace
DJ Sayre 6-3 Kiley Edmunds
Jeremiah Miller 6-5 Keifer Durham
Jeff Smith 6-3 David Fatum

Semi-Finals
Darin Young 6-4 DJ Sayre
Jeff Smith 6-3 Jeremiah Miller

Final
Darin Young 6-0 Jeff Smith

Event Four, Sunday May 5
Quarter-Finals

David Fatum 6-1 Darin Young
Danny Lauby 6-2 Leonard Gates
Shawn Brenneman 6-3 Larry Butler
Joe Huffman 6-3 DJ Sayre

Semi-Finals
Danny Lauby 6-1 David Fatum
Joe Huffman 6-4 Shawn Brenneman

Final
Danny Lauby 6-5 Joe Huffman