Bialecki back to winning ways on Winmau Development Tour

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Sebastian Bialecki overcame Dutchman Levy Frauenfelder to clinch his fifth Winmau Development Tour title in Wigan on Sunday.

Nijman & Rafferty extend Development Tour title hauls in Wigan

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Wessel Nijman and Nathan Rafferty extended their Winmau Development Tour title hauls after sharing the spoils in Saturday’s double-header in Wigan.

Record-breaker Greaves storms to historic Development Tour success

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Beau Greaves created another slice of history in Wigan on Friday, becoming the first woman to win a Winmau Development Tour title.

Super Springer wins maiden Development Tour title in Hildesheim

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Niko Springer claimed his first Winmau Development Tour title on home soil in Hildesheim, as the year's second weekend of action concluded on Sunday with Event Ten.

Nijman & Rafferty share Development Tour success in Hildesheim

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Wessel Nijman produced a sensational 113 average to clinch his sixth Winmau Development Tour crown on Saturday, as Nathan Rafferty also added to his title haul in Hildesheim.

Van Veen & Benecky claim Development Tour titles in Hildesheim

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Gian van Veen clinched his second Winmau Development Tour title of 2024 on Friday, as Roman Benecky also celebrated a landmark victory in Hildesheim.

Superb Van Veen seals Winmau Development Tour Event Five win

Winmau Development Tour

Unstoppable Gian van Veen claimed his first Winmau Development Tour title of 2024 as the year's opening weekend concluded on Sunday with Event Five.

Barry and Van der Velde triumph on Winmau Development Tour

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The 2024 Winmau Development Tour season continues with Events Three and Four in Milton Keynes on Friday.

Jansen & Barry star on opening day of 2024 Winmau Development Tour

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Danny Jansen and Keane Barry claimed Winmau Development Tour titles on a thrilling opening day in Milton Keynes, as Owen Bates achieved perfection in Friday’s double-header.

Record entries for opening weekend of 2024 Winmau Development Tour

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The 2024 Winmau Development Tour gets underway this weekend, with a record 365 players set to compete acros the opening five events of the year at Milton Keynes' Marshall Arena.

Gian van Veen secured his second PDC Winmau Development Tour title of the weekend with success in Sunday's Event Ten in Wigan.

The Dutch prospect had claimed Event Eight on Saturday despite an early-morning journey from the Netherlands after competing in the Dutch Darts Masters on the previous day.

Van Veen completed a busy weekend in style with another £2,500 in prize money in an impressive run to the title.

He edged out Event Seven winner Sebastian Bialecki 4-3 in the first round, and after seeing off Rusty-Jake Rodriguez and Alfie Thompson he then overcame Event Six champion Wessel Nijman to reach the quarter-finals.

There, he overcame fellow countryman Jurjen van der Velde 5-1 before producing a sensational 113.86 average in defeating Jarred Cole.

Van Veen then sealed the title by defeating another Dutchman, Bradly Roes, by a 5-1 margin - winning the opening two legs without reply before claiming three more to close out the title.

Former JDC World Junior Champion Roes was appearing in just his second Development Tour final, after picking up seven wins during the event - with a 94 average in his narrow quarter-final win over Jim Moston being his stand-out display.

Germany's Dominik Gruellich reached his second semi-final of the weekend before losing out to Roes, with his fellow countryman David Schlichting amongst Sunday's quarter-finalists.

Luke Littler also reached the Event Ten quarter-finals, and the 16-year-old ends the year's second of six Development Tour weekends at the top of the Order of Merit with £8,900 - sitting £450 clear of Van Veen (£8,450).

The top two players from the final 2023 Development Tour Order of Merit will win a PDC Tour Card for 2024-25 and a place in the 2023/24 World Darts Championship.

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