What a few weeks it’s been for Team Unicorn youngster Ted Evetts.

He has won the PDC Challenge Tour 20 event in Peterborough on Sunday, coming hot on the heels of victory on the Development Tour and qualification for the World Championship.

Evetts has a bright future for sure! He was a 5-4 winner over David Evans to take the title on the last Challenge Tour weekend of the year.

The win means that the Unicorn man finishes second on the Challenge Tour Order of Merit for 2018. Michael Barnard finished top of the pile but because both he and Evetts have both already qualified for the World Championship through the Pro Tour, the man who finishes third in the Challenge Tour table gets a spot at the Ally Pally.

And that man is New Zealander Cody Harris. He pipped Unicorn new boy Cameron Menzies at the post. Menzies finished fourth on that Challenge Tour Order of Merit. He was just £350 behind Harris. The Scot still has one more chance to earn a World Championship spot through to PDPA qualifiers at the end of the month .

Challenge Tour 19 on Sunday was won by Michael Rasztovits who beat Andy Boulting 5-3.

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