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Awesome Ashton agonisingly close to Q School history!

Four-time women’s world champion Lisa Ashton came within one leg of making darting history in her bid to become the first female to win a PDC Tour Card at Qualifying School, although ‘The Lancashire Rose’ remains in a strong position following her heroics in Wigan on Friday afternoon.

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2017 PDC Q-School: Day Four Report & Final Order of Merit!

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Paul Nicholson, Kirk Shepherd, Antonio Alcinas and Martin Schindler were the final four players to automatically secure a PDC Tour Card as the 2017 PDC Qualifying School came to a conclusion at the Robin Park Tennis Centre in Wigan on Sunday afternoon.

In addition, 12 more Tour Cards were awarded to players from the final Qualifying School Order of Merit, based on ranking points won across the four days at Wigan’s Robin Park Tennis Centre. Amongst those to secure tour cards via the Order of Merit were Ronnie Baxter, Mickey Mansell and former BDO star Madars Razma.

Nevertheless, the biggest story of the day saw former Players Championship Finals winner Paul Nicholson seal his place on the Pro Tour for the next two years. ‘The Asset’ had slipped outside the world’s top 64 after suffering with persistent injury problems, but he secured his card automatically, therefore he wasn’t relying on ranking points.

Nicholson made a storming start to his campaign, dropping just one leg in defeating Kevin Lane and Jordan Boyce respectively. Nicholson then came through a hard-fought tussle against Mark Hylton, before whitewashing Richard Baillie to reach round-five. Continue reading “2017 PDC Q-School: Day Four Report & Final Order of Merit!”

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