Rowby-John Rodriguez and Steven Noster shared victories in Saturday's PDC Unicorn European Challenge Tour double-header Niedernhausen.

Following wins on Friday for Matt Campbell and Kevin Doets, a field of over 140 PDPA Associate Members returned to action in Events Three & Four.

Rodriguez whitewashed Toni Alcinas 5-0 in the Event Three final to pick up his first PDC title for three years, since claiming the last of his four successes at Development Tour level.

The Austrian was in dominant form throughout seven wins in the tournament to claim the £2,000 title, also whitewashing Damian Mol during the event and averaging 101 in a defeat of Danny van Trijp.

Noster then took victory in Event Four, seeing off Dutchman Richard Veenstra 5-3 in the final.

The 31-year-old from Merzig played his first PDC event at Qualifying School in February, where he reached Final Stage, and showed his quality to pick up a maiden title.

He ended Rodriguez's hopes of a daily double with a 5-1 win over the Event Three champion at the last 32 stage, and edged out former UK Open finalist Gary Mawson and Davy Proosten in the latter stages.

The Challenge Tour weekend concludes on Sunday with Events Five & Six, before Monday sees a three European Tour Associate Member Qualifiers held.

Each Challenge Tour event is worth £10,000 in prize money as part of 12 tournaments being held in Europe this year across two treble-header weekends.