Geert Nentjes and Sebastian Bialecki shared the spoils on Saturday, as the Winmau Development Tour weekend continued in Hildesheim.
Nentjes eased past Germany’s Niko Springer 5-1 to scoop the £2,000 top prize in Event 13, averaging 91 to clinch his fourth Development Tour title, and his second in 2022.
The 23-year-old accounted for Northern Ireland’s Josh Rock in a heavyweight round two tie, and edged out Conor Heneghan in the last 16, after the Irishman posted a mammoth 110.69 average earlier in the day.
The Dutchman then recorded a 5-3 win over Bradley Brooks in the quarter-finals, before seeing off Jarred Cole 5-2 in the last four.
Springer relinquished just three legs in his opening four matches, and after overcoming Owen Maiden and David Schlichting, he recovered from 4-2 down to stun Jurjen van der Velde in the semi-finals, wrapping up victory with a sublime 10-dart leg.
Van der Velde posted averages of 107.36 and 103.66 before succumbing in the semi-finals, although he responded by landing a nine-darter in his Event 14 opener, achieving perfection in a 4-3 success over fellow countryman Mark Tabak.
Bialecki secured the Event 14 title, converting three ton-plus finishes in claiming a 5-3 win over Keane Barry, denying the Irishman a second title in as many days.
The UK Open quarter-finalist was dominant throughout Saturday’s second event, whitewashing David Zaruba and Jeffrey Ballast to race into the quarter-finals.
The 18-year-old, who will represent Poland at this year’s Cazoo World Cup of Darts, then swept aside Cole in the last eight, before dispatching Brooks 5-0 en route to sealing his second Development Tour triumph.
However, former World Youth champion Brooks denied Nentjes a Development Tour double, avenging his quarter-final defeat in Event 13 with a 5-2 victory against the left-hander.
Barry was unable to add a fifth Development Tour crown to his growing haul, although he breezed past Springer in round four and whitewashed Rafferty in the semi-finals, as Friday’s winners went head-to-head.
The Winmau Development Tour weekend concludes with Event 15 on Sunday, as the sport's brightest young stars compete for £10,000 in prize money in Germany.
The top two players from the 2022 Development Tour Order of Merit will win a PDC Tour Card for 2023-24 and a place in the 2022/23 Cazoo World Darts Championship..
PDC Winmau Development Tour
Saturday June 4, Halle 39, Hildesheim
Jarred Cole 5-4 Lewy Williams
Geert Nentjes 5-3 Bradley Brooks
Jurjen van der Velde 5-2 Lewis Gurney
Niko Springer 5-1 David Schlichting
Geert Nentjes 5-2 Jarred Cole
Niko Springer 5-4 Jurjen van der Velde
Geert Nentjes 5-1 Niko Springer
Sebastian Bialecki 5-2 Jarred Cole
Bradley Brooks 5-2 Geert Nentjes
Nathan Rafferty 5-2 Josh Rock
Keane Barry 5-2 Daan Bastiaansen
Sebastian Bialecki 5-0 Bradley Brooks
Keane Barry 5-0 Nathan Rafferty
Sebastian Bialecki 5-3 Keane Barry