The second round of the PDC Tour qualifying darts competition, the so-called School Q, ended on Saturday, with Patrick Kovacs, Valon Sherrock and Jill Claassen, among others, failing, meaning neither of them were able to win both. General, you can compete in the scoring competitions of the number one organization in the sport.
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We were still able to report it a few days ago Patrick Kovacs He successfully completed the first stage of Q School, advancing to stage two where he ranked 27th – but unfortunately the Hungarian did not do well there (72.89 from Martijn Drag of the Netherlands and 82.67 of Andreas Harrison of Sweden on day two) . es, third with Patrick Matt of the Netherlands at 79.14 and fourth from Jose Marques of Portugal in the early stages of the race), finished 90 overall and didn’t get a Pro Tour card.
But more famous players and eminent personalities bled during the battles in two places (Germany and the United Kingdom): the “Queen Alexandra Palace”, the number one player in the sport, failed. Fallon Sherook, In the 2016 World Cup semi-finals Jill Classen – who does not have, for the first time in 15 years, a professional tour card, He will be among the four in 2018 Jimmy Lewis Former World Grand Prix and UK Open winner Robert Thornton, or just Benito van de Passe And Andy Hamilton, and two well-known Spanish darts players, Tony Alsinas And Cristo Reyes sem.
Whoever got a professional tour card for the next two years…
…in the UK qualifiers: Ross Montgomery (Scotland), Darren Webster (English), James Wilson (English), Josh Rock (Northern Ireland), Jimmy Clarke (Scottish), Ted Evites (English), Conor Scott (English), Ritchie Burnett (Wales), Kevin Burns (English), Scott Waits (English), Nathan Rafferty (Northern Ireland), Cameron Menzies (Scottish), John O Shea (Irish), George Killington (English), Mickey Mansell (Northern Ireland), Nick Fulwell (English), Shawn Wilkinson (English)
… in the qualifying competitions in Germany: Luke Peters (Netherlands), Brian Raman (Belgium), Jose Justicia (Spain), Krzysztof Ksiuk (Poland), Mario Vandenburgerdi (Belgium), Jules van Dongen (USA), Kevin Deutz (Netherlands), Tony Martinez (Spain), Dani Janssen (Netherlands), Radek Zaganski (Poland), Damien Mull (Netherlands), Jimi Hendrix (Netherlands) , Ricardo Petrichko (German), Vladimir Andersen (Danish), Robbie John Rodriguez (Austrian)
Players are marked in bold as tournament winners, The other competitors got a Pro Tour Card based on their rank.
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