PDC (PDC)

2019 Unicorn Challenge Tour 19-20

Unicorn Challenge Tour

Sep 29 2019
Callan Rydz topped the 2019 PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour rankings despite wins for Kyle McKinstry and Mark Barilli in Events 19-20.
Callan Rydz (PDC)

2019 Unicorn Challenge Tour 15-16

Unicorn Challenge Tour

Aug 11 2019
Jesus Noguera and Callan Rydz shared victories in PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour 15 & 16 in Wolverhampton on Sunday.
Berry van Peer (PDC)

2019 Unicorn Challenge Tour 11-12

Unicorn Challenge Tour

Jul 14 2019
BERRY VAN PEER and Andy Jenkins shared victories as the third PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour weekend of 2019 concluded.
Cody Harris (PDC)

2019 Unicorn Challenge Tour 9-10

Unicorn Challenge Tour

Jul 13 2019
CODY HARRIS and Nick Fullwell claimed victories on the opening day of the PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour weekend.
Darren Beveridge (PDC)

2019 PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour 5-6

Unicorn Challenge Tour

May 11 2019
DARREN BEVERIDGE and Cameron Menzies shared victories on the third day of the 2019 PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour season.
Boris Koltsov (Lawrence Lustig, PDC)

2019 Unicorn Challenge Tour 3-4

Unicorn Challenge Tour

Jan 27 2019
BORIS KOLTSOV and Ritchie Edhouse picked up victories as the opening 2019 PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour weekend concluded.

THE PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour is the PDC's second-tier tour for players who do not hold a PDC Tour Card.

A series of 20 tournaments will be held during 2019, each offering £10,000 in prize money.

Tournaments are held across five double-header weekends, with two events per day on each weekend.

Callan Rydz secured top spot on the 2019 PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour Order of Merit despite wins for Kyle McKinstry and Mark Barilli on the final day of the season.

Newcastle youngster Rydz, who won two events during the year, secured top spot by reaching the Event 19 semi-finals on Sunday.

He will now progress to compete in the 2019/2020 William Hill World Darts Championship, and also secures a PDC Tour Card for 2020/2021 as a result of his success.

His bid for a seasonal treble was ended with a 5-1 defeat to Jason Cullen - who averaged 102.2 in a superb display - in the last four of Event 19, before the Irish ace went down by the same scoreline in the final to McKinstry.

Northern Ireland's McKinstry also defeated two 2019 Challenge Tour event winners, Shaun Carroll and Darren Beveridge, during the event, and failed to be taken to a deciding ninth leg in any of his eight matches.

Event 20 saw the year's tournaments conclude with a first Challenge Tour victory for Scotland's Barilli, who overcame Saturday's Event 17 winner Ciaran Teehan 5-3 in the final.

He also overcame McKinstry in the last 64, and also proved too strong for Ian Lever, Robbie Collins, John Davey and David Evans on his way to the £2,000 title.

The final Challenge Tour Order of Merit saw Rydz collect £6,750 during the year, ahead of Jesus Noguera (£6,050), as the Spanish player also collects a two-year PDC Tour Card.

Cameron Menzies (£5,800), Stephen Burton (£5,500) and Boris Koltsov (£5,400) completed the top five, ahead of Andy Jenkins, Cody Harris and McKinstry, with Berry van Peer and Patrick Lynskey completing the top ten.

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