Coral UK Open Order of Merit
Following Qualifier Five

1

Gerwen, Michael van

£22,000

2

Smith, Michael

£18,000

3

Cadby, Corey

£11,000

4

Anderson, Gary

£10,000

5

Cross, Rob

£7,500

5

Wright, Peter

£7,500

7

Zwaan, Jefrey de

£7,000

7

Huybrechts, Kim

£7,000

9

King, Mervyn

£6,000

10

Webster, Darren

£5,750

11

Lerchbacher, Zoran

£5,500

12

Henderson, John

£5,250

12

Beaton, Steve

£5,250

14

Ratajski, Krzysztof

£5,000

15

Wade, James

£4,500

15

Lewis, Adrian

£4,500

15

Gurney, Daryl

£4,500

18

Lewis, Jamie

£4,250

18

Klaasen, Jelle

£4,250

18

Pipe, Justin

£4,250

21

Hughes, Jamie

£4,000

21

Edgar, Matthew

£4,000

23

Thornton, Robert

£3,750

23

Prins, Dave

£3,750

25

West, Steve

£3,500

25

Schindler, Martin

£3,500

25

White, Ian

£3,500

28

Wilson, James

£3,250

28

Whitlock, Simon

£3,250

28

Price, Gerwyn

£3,250

31

Lowe, Jason

£3,000

31

Cullen, Joe

£3,000

33

Pallett, David

£2,750

33

Anderson, Kyle

£2,750

35

Clayton, Jonny

£2,500

35

Norris, Alan

£2,500

35

Stevenson, Simon

£2,500

35

Owen, Robert

£2,500

39

Brown, Keegan

£2,250

39

Rafferty, Nathan

£2,250

39

Evans, David

£2,250

39

North, Richard

£2,250

43

Kamphuis, Vincent

£2,000

43

Aspinall, Nathan

£2,000

43

Voort, Vincent van der

£2,000

43

Justicia, Jose

£2,000

47

Gilding, Andrew

£1,750

47

Wattimena, Jermaine

£1,750

47

Nentjes, Geert

£1,750

47

Alcinas, Antonio

£1,750

51

Barneveld, Raymond van

£1,500

51

Chisnall, Dave

£1,500

51

Clemens, Gabriel

£1,500

51

Dobey, Chris

£1,500

51

Langendorf, Maik

£1,500

51

Rasztovits, Michael

£1,500

51

Richardson, James

£1,500

51

Meulenkamp, Ron

£1,500

51

Shepherd, Kirk

£1,500

51

Evans, Ricky

£1,500

61

Harris, Cody

£1,250

61

Jenkins, Terry

£1,250

61

Bunting, Stephen

£1,250

61

Burnett, Richie

£1,250

61

Kellett, Stuart

£1,250

66

Jones, Wayne

£1,000

66

Meikle, Ryan

£1,000

66

Bergh, Dimitri Van Den

£1,000

66

Nicholson, Paul

£1,000

66

O'Connor, William

£1,000

66

Berndt, Rene

£1,000

66

Eidams, Rene

£1,000

66

Reyes, Cristo

£1,000

66

Harrington, Ryan

£1,000

66

Rickwood, Robert

£1,000

66

Jenkins, Andy

£1,000

66

Mansell, Mickey

£1,000

78

Corner, Richie

£750

78

Duijvenbode, Dirk van

£750

78

Garcia, Kevin

£750

78

Hall, Rees

£750

78

Johnson, Darren

£750

78

Killington, George

£750

78

Marjanovic, Robert

£750

78

McGowan, Mick

£750

78

Nilles, Stefan

£750

78

Part, John

£750

78

Pas, Benito van de

£750

78

Smith, Jeff

£750

78

Walker, Jim

£750

78

Woodhouse, Luke

£750

78

Huckvale, Adam

£750

78

Dekker, Jan

£750

78

Humphries, Luke

£750

78

Evans, Lee

£750

78

Portela, Diogp

£750

78

Lukeman, Martin

£750

98

Bell, Nicholas

£500

98

Hopp, Max

£500

98

Hunt, Adam

£500

98

Kanik, Tytus

£500

98

Koltsov, Boris

£500

98

Ladley, Dave

£500

98

Walsh, Mark

£500

98

Lennon, Steve

£500

98

Meeuwisse, Yordi

£500

98

Dolan, Brendan

£500

98

Frost, Mark

£500

98

Graaf, Jeffrey de

£500

98

Green, Robbie

£500

98

Hendriks, Jimmy

£500

98

Webster, Mark

£500

113

Barnard, Michael

£250

113

Bates, Barrie

£250

113

Bent, Christopher

£250

113

Beveridge, Darren

£250

113

Brooks, Bradley

£250

113

Burness, Kevin

£250

113

Caven, Jamie

£250

113

Cole, Jarred

£250

113

Cullen, Jason

£250

113

Culleton, Niall

£250

113

Decker, Mike De

£250

113

Foreman, Jay

£250

113

Gregory, Tom

£250

113

Griffin, Rhys

£250

113

Groen, Sven

£250

113

Hammond, Curtis

£250

113

Hudson, Peter

£250

113

Huybrechts, Ronny

£250

113

Jackson, Charlie

£250

113

Jacques, Peter

£250

113

Kantele, Marko

£250

113

Kirk, Aden

£250

113

Lawrence, Mark

£250

113

Noppert, Danny

£250

113

Norton, Mike

£250

113

Payne, Josh

£250

113

Plooy, Michael

£250

113

Quantock, Chris

£250

113

Rowley, Paul

£250

113

Rydz, Callan

£250

113

Simm, Kevin

£250

113

Smith, Ross

£250

113

Turle, Lee

£250

113

Vreede, Ryan de

£250

113

Wilkinson, Carl

£250

113

Bain, Jamie

£250

113

Boulton, Andy

£250

113

Bryant, Lee

£250

113

Murray, Ryan

£250

113

Searle, Ryan

£250

113

Williams, Ricky

£250

113

Blum, Nico

£250

113

Burgess, Shayne

£250

113

Dale, Scott

£250

113

Dootson, Eddie

£250

113

Dudbridge, Mark

£250

113

Goldie, John

£250

113

Lynn, Barry

£250

113

McCarthy, Josh

£250

113

Mitchell, Peter

£250

113

Newell, Tony

£250

113

Raman, Brian

£250

113

Robbe, Mario

£250

113

Rodriguez, Rusty-Jake

£250

113

Roith, Bernd

£250

113

Taylor, Scott

£250

COREY CADBY won his first senior PDC title with a brilliant comeback as he defeated Rob Cross in the final of Saturday's Coral UK Open Qualifier Five in Wigan.

The Australian burst onto the scene by winning the PDC Unicorn World Youth Championship title in 2016, and has also tasted victory on the Development Tour circuit before he moved to the UK last month and won a Tour Card.

Competing in only his fifth PDC ProTour event since Qualifying School, Cadby went all the way to claim the £10,000 top prize as he secured his Coral UK Open debut in Minehead next month.

Cadby's performance in the final was one to savour as he soaked up some outstanding darts from World Champion Cross before reeling off five straight legs for victory.

Cross broke by taking out 88 in the opening leg, doubles his lead and added an 11-darter as he opened up a 4-1 cushion over the youngster.

Cadby, though, replied with an 11-darter in leg six and then took out double ten before a stunning 161 checkout saw him draw level at four-all, after Cross missed the bull to complete a 125 combination.

Double ten gave Cadby a fourth straight leg as he hit the front at 5-4, before he opened leg ten with a 180 and took out 134 to complete a fine performance.

Cadby had begun his day with a whitewash of three-time World Champion John Part, before surviving missed match darts against Benito van de Pas.

He then enjoyed 6-3 wins over Jason Lowe - a semi-finalist on Friday - and Darren Johnson before enjoying a 6-2 win over fellow Australian Simon Whitlock in the last 16.

A 6-4 win over Premier League star Michael Smith moved Cadby into the semi-finals, where he swept past Kim Huybrechts with a 6-1 win before claiming the title against Cross with an average of almost 109.

"Last week I didn't really perform as well as I know I should, but today I played really well," said Cadby.

"I was 5-1 down against Benito and managed to come back and win 6-5 so I was pretty rapt with that win, and it was onwards and upwards from there.

"I shouldn't have won that, and from the next games onwards I was a free man and I just played my own game. I know what I'm capable of and it's just whether you put the darts in the board and perform."

Cadby has moved from Melbourne to be based in the UK this year as he bids to emulate Cross, who capped his remarkable debut year on the circuit by becoming World Champion.

"Everyone wants to be World Champion and Rob doing what he did last year goes to show that if you win your Tour Card, anyone has a chance," added the 22-year-old.

"He's done it and I'm looking to do it as well, but you've got to let your darts do the talking."

Cross was outstanding as he continued his revival, following up Friday's semi-final appearance by reaching the final 24 hours later - only to be denied his fifth PDC ProTour win.

He opened the day with a 118 average as he overcame Jan Dekker 6-2, and he then battled past Nicholas Bell, Stefan Nilles, Chris Dobey and Steve West to reach the semi-finals.

Cross then hit back from 4-3 down to claim a 6-4 victory over world number two Peter Wright in a high-quality last four clash, sealing his spot in the decider with a sublime 156 checkout.

Reigning UK Open champion Wright reached the semi-finals for the third time in five UK Open Qualifiers as he continued his strong form, defeating Michael Barnard, Simon Stevenson, Ian White, Justin Pipe and Jelle Klaasen.

Belgian ace Huybrechts enjoyed his best finish of 2018 so far as he overcame John Goldie, Boris Koltsov, Jamie Lewis, Mervyn King and Vincent Kamphuis.

Qualifier Three winner Smith went out in the last eight in his bid to add another ProTour title, and he was joined in the quarter-finals by West, Kamphuis and Klaasen.

The final Coral UK Open Qualifier will be held on Sunday, after which the leading 96 players from the UK Open Order of Merit will progress to compete in the Coral UK Open TV Finals at the Butlin's Minehead Resort from March 2-4.

Coral UK Open Qualifier Six will be streamed live online in PDCTV-HD at www.pdc.tv, with two boards being streamed simultaneously for subscribers worldwide.

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