ALAN NORRIS claimed his first European Tour title by defeating Jelle Klaasen 6-5 in the final of the HappyBet German Darts Championship in Hildesheim - securing a SINGHA Beer Grand Slam of Darts spot in the process.
The 44-year-old had won his maiden PDC title at a Players Championship last October, and picked up his second triumph 12 months later with a brilliant comeback win against Dutch ace Klaasen.
COREY CADBY and Berry van Peer will contest the PDC Unicorn World Youth Championship final in Minehead next month after winning through Sunday's early rounds in Wigan.
The pair came through to the decider as the Last 64 took place at the Robin Park Tennis Centre, where a series of 16 international qualifiers and two Junior Darts Corporation representatives were joined by qualifiers from the 2016 PDC Unicorn Development Tour Order of Merit.
ORDER OF MERIT leader Dean Reynolds and Australian sensation Corey Cadby shared the wins in Saturday's PDC Unicorn Development Tour double-header in Wigan.
Reynolds ensured that he will top the 2016 Development Tour Order of Merit by claiming an amazing sixth title of the year with triumph in Event 17 at the Robin Park Tennis Centre.
The win was his third successive Development Tour title and his fourth in five events to continue a brilliant year, which has seen him secure a PDC Tour Card for 2017-2018.
MICHAEL VAN GERWEN claimed glory at the Unibet World Grand Prix for a third time with an incredible 5-2 triumph over Gary Anderson in Saturday's final at Dublin's Citywest Hotel.
The Dutchman followed up his 2012 and 2014 triumphs by erasing the memories of last year's loss in the final to another Scot, Robert Thornton, with one of the greatest performances in the double-start event's history.
The world number one was averaging 108 as he stormed into a three-set lead by winning nine of the opening 11 legs, and held off Anderson's brief rally to scoop the £100,000 first prize and his 21st tournament win of the year.