Each day on the PDC Unicorn Development 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 up to, and including, the last 16 will be the best of seven legs, with the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final being the best of nine legs.

Follow results in the MATCH CENTRE link.

Prize Fund
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

Halle 39
Schinkelstraße 7
31137 Hildesheim

The nearest airport is Hannover.

ROWBY-JOHN RODRIGUEZ and Kenny Neyens shared victories as the second PDC Unicorn Development Tour weekend of 2018 began at Halle 39 in Hildesheim on Saturday.

Rodriguez won his third Development Tour title, and his first PDC title of the year, with a 5-0 whitewash of George Killington in the final of Event Five in Germany.

The Austrian ace is a familiar face to darts fans, having competed in a number of televised PDC events and continued his progress by picking up the £2,000 Development Tour title.

The 24-year-old former Austria World Cup star overcame Brian Raman, George Gardner, Jack Dickinson and Josh McCarthy as he reached the quarter-finals.

There, he enjoyed a 5-2 win over Tommy Wilson before seeing off Justin van Tergouw 5-3 in the semis, and then eased to the title with a comfortable win over Killington.

Event Six saw Belgian youngster Neyens go all the way to win a third Development Tour title of his promising career, seeing off Jarred Cole 5-2 in the final.

Neyens, who made his TV debut at the 2018 World Championship, bounced back from his 4-1 loss to McCarthy in the last 32 of the day’s earlier tournament by going all the way to glory.

The 23-year-old recorded wins over Mike van Duivenbode, Ted Evetts, Dylan Powell and Harry Ward as he reached the last eight.

Neyens then cruised past Jordan Boyce 5-1 and beat German star Martin Schindler 5-2, before claiming his first title of the year with a win over Cole.