Each day on the PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour features two events, each worth £10,000 in prize money.

The day's opening event will commence at 10.30am, with registration closing at 9.30am.

The day's second event will begin as soon as possible following the conclusion of the earlier event.

All games are the best of nine legs.

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Winner £2,000
Runner-Up £1,000
Semi-Finalists £500
Quarter-Finalists £300
Last 16 £200
Last 32 £100
Last 64 £50
Total £10,000

CODY HARRIS and Michael Barnard enjoyed PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour victories as the year’s third double-header weekend began in Wigan on Saturday.

Harris became the ninth different winner in as many events so far in 2018, before Barnard became the first player to claim two titles this year in the day's second event.

New Zealand ace Harris, a 2018 World Championship before joining the PDC circuit full-time, defeated Yordi Meeuwisse 5-2 as he claimed his first Challenge Tour success.

The 32-year-old began the day with a 5-1 win over David Edwards, followed by victories over Jamie Kelling, Matt Jackson, Reece Robinson and Nick Fullwell as he progressed to the quarter-finals.

There he cruised past Simon Preston 5-0 before a resounding 5-1 triumph over Jason Cullen in the semi-finals moved him into the decider against Meeuwisse.

In Event Ten, Barnard impressively saw off Wigan's Martin Atkins – winner of Event Three – 5-1 in the final to lift his second Challenge Tour title.

The 41-year-old, who won Event Six in March, began his route to the £25,000 title with a 5-0 win over Steven Kirkby.

He went on to whitewash Damian Smith, then beat John Davey 5-1 before enjoying another 5-0 win over Christoff Van De Wal, and then picked up a 5-2 victory over Jarred Cole to reach the quarter-finals.

Barnard beat Curtis Hammond 5-0 to reach the last four before seeing off Matthew Dennant 5-3 to book a date with Atkins in the final.

Event Ten also saw Swedish star Dennis Nilsson throw a nine-dart leg in his last 16 clash with Kevin Dowling, which he won 6-5.