The UK Qualifier double-header saw 18 places on offer in each of the European Tour events in Maastricht and Riesa.

The Dutch Darts Championship will take place from September 7-9 in Maastricht, while the International Darts Open will be staged the following weekend in Riesa from September 14-16.


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ET11 UK Qualifiers: Steve West, Barrie Bates, James Wilson, Kevin Painter, Ross Smith, Arron Monk, Andy Boulton, Kyle Anderson, Josh Payne, Wayne Jones, Dawson Murschell, William O'Connor, Paul Nicholson, Ritchie Edhouse, Darren Johnson, Robert Thornton, Ricky Evans, Ryan Searle

ET12 UK Qualifiers: Steve West, Steve Beaton, James Wilson, John Henderson, Ross Smith, Steve Lennon, Barry Lynn, Kyle Anderson, Ryan Searle, Dawson Murschell, Matthew Dennant, Terry Jenkins, Terry Temple, Mickey Mansell, Ryan Joyce, Robert Thornton, James Richardson, Adam Huckvale

SEVEN players, headlined by Kyle Anderson, Robert Thornton and James Wilson, secured places in both the Dutch Darts Championship & the International Darts Open.

Monday's double qualifying event saw 18 spots on offer in each of September's £135,000 European Tour events in Maastricht and Riesa.

Former Auckland Darts Master Anderson defeated Andrew Gilding and Terry Jenkins to seal his spot in Maastricht, before winning a place in Riesa with victories over Colin Osborne and Gary Eastwood.

Former UK Open and World Grand Prix winner Thornton secured his sixth and seventh European Tour appearances of 2018 with wins over Luke Humphries, Tony Newell, Matt Padgett and Kevin Burness on the night.

Last weekend's German Darts Championship runner-up Wilson booked his place in Maastricht with wins over Ryan Harrington and Prakash Jiwa, before overcoming Dave Prins and Simon Stevenson to qualify for the International Darts Open.

Canadian youngster Dawson Murschell made it through to his second and third European Tour events of the year, while Steve West, who has already made two semi-finals on the continent this year, also enjoyed double delight in Barnsley.

Ross Smith and Ryan Searle completed the seven players to enjoy a qualifying double on the night.