AARON DYER claimed his second PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour win of the weekend in Event Four on Sunday, as Lee Evans also took a £2,000 title at Arena MK in Milton Keynes.
Dyer, 24, made a winning debut on the Challenge Tour when he took victory in Event One on Saturday, and picked up the top prize 24 hours later to round off the first of five weekends on the PDC's second-tier tour this year.
Having been eliminated in the first round of Event Three, Dyer regrouped for the day's second tournament, where he whitewashed Shane Reidy, defeated Bryan De Hoog 5-1 and then edged out Ian Moss and Lee Evans in a deciding leg.
In the quarter-finals, he overcame Craig Gilchrist for the loss of just one leg, defeated Dan Read 5-2 in the semi-finals and repeated the scoreline in the final against Wilson.
Evans, who like Dyer hails from Gloucestershire, had earlier picked up his first PDC title in Event Three, edging out experienced Kevin Dowling 5-4 in the final.
Evans dropped just two legs in his first three games as he saw off Phil Phillips, Tony Lincoln and David Galloway, was pushed to a decider by Peter Hudson and then defeated Joey Palfreyman and Mark Frost on his way to victory.
Dowling had seen off former World Youth Championship finalist Nathan Aspinall and former UK Open runner-up Barrie Bates on his way to the final.
Frost was joined by Ian Lever in the semi-finals of Event Three, while recent Players Championship runner-up Peter Jacques joined Kevin McDine and Mark Devon in the last eight.
Lincolnshire's Wilson won through to his first Challenge Tour final, defeating David King, Michael Blake, Justin Smith, Mark Dudbridge, Stuart Dutton and Peter Hudson on the day.
Hudson's run to the last four of Event Four followed a last 16 finish earlier in the day, and he was joined by youngster Dan Read in the semi-finals.
The next PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour weekend will take place at the Barnsley Metrodome on April 15-16, with a further four tournaments, each worth £10,000 in prize money, being held.