PDC Day at Q-School 6: Dutch strongman at Q-School, winner of Luc Peters Day

2020-1-19 NDB finishes fourth in Rotterdam Luke Peters Open

Today was the last penultimate day of the PDC Q-School. Jose Justicia and Brian Raman have already received their tour tickets after the day’s victories. He has already emerged as one of the top three in the standings with Mario Vandenbogerdi, Jules van Dongen and Kevin Deutz. They have taken a huge step towards the Tour Card. In addition, today there are more Belgians and Dutch in place to beat the Tour card.

Q-School also continues in the UK today. Darren Webster and James Wilson already got a tour ticket and another ticket joined today.

At the European Q School, the Dutch were in great shape today. There were at least eight Dutch players in the last 16 and that number remained high for the remainder of the tournament. Danny Janssen, Kevin Deutz, Luke Peters, Patrick Peters and Dirk Links reached the quarter-finals. Belgium’s Mario Vandenbogerdi was part of this, too.

In the end, Luke Peters, Kevin Deutz, Danny Janssen and Mario Vandenbojerde made it to the semi-finals. Peters quickly advanced against Janssen in the semi-finals. Vandenbogaerde was also quickly ahead against the Doets. Both managed to reach the final.

Thanks to Vandenbogaerde’s place in the final, he holds the top spot in the Q-School rankings with twelve points. Luke Peters got his tour ticket today thanks to his victory in the final.

The results can be found here:
Q European School:
the end:
Luke Peters – Mario Vandenbojerde 6-4


First Half Finals:
Luke Peters – Danny Janssen 6-4
Mario Vandenbojerde – Kevin Deutz 6-3


Quarter-finals:
Danny Janssen – Robbie-John Rodriguez 6-5
Kevin Deutz – Jose Noguera 6-4
Luke Peters – Patrick Peters 6-3
Mario Vandenbojerde – Dirk Links 6-3


last 16:
Danny Janssen – Niels Heinz 6-1
Kevin Deutz – Davey Cheers 6-2
Dirk Links – Michael Rastovtis 6-5
Patrick Peters – Patrick Size 6-5
Robbie – John Rodriguez – Fabian Stowitz 6-1
Jesus Nogueira – Tipo Tricol 6-5
Luke Peters – Benito van de Bass 6-5


last 32:
Tipo Tricole – Wesley Blizier 6-2
Patrick Matt Patrick Boleyn 6-3
Danny Janssen – Jeron Meiouch 6-2
Mario Vandenbogherdi – Ricardo Petrichko 6-3
Robbie – John Rodriguez – Jules van Dongen 6-5
Luke Peters – Patrick van den Bogard 6-5
Nils Heinz – David Vicken 6-4
Dirk Links – Denny Old Calter 6-2
Kevin Deutz – Jose Marquez 6-5
Michael Rastovitz – Robin Bigger 6-1
Jesus Nogueira – Stefan Hendrick 6-2
Davy Cheers – Kenny Nein 6-4
Patrick Peters – Vincent van der Meer 6-2
Fabian Stowitz – Janie Intermediate 6-4
Benito van de Pas – Thomas Klausmayer 6-2
Jian Van Veen – Water Vice


last 64:
Tipbolt Tricole – Martin Bike 6-1
Mario Vandenbogaerde – Mikel Musso 6-1
Patrick Pauline Owen Roelofs 6-0
Kevin Deutz – Johann Engstrom 6-3
Patrick van den Bogard – Steven Siebmann 6-5
Nils Hensoy – Andy Bliss 6-3
Robbie – John Rodriguez – Chris Landman 6-2
Wesley Blizier – Tony Alsinas 6-2
Danny Janssen – Radek Zaganski 6-3
Dirk Links – Damien Mall 6-5
Patrick Matt – Patrick Kovacs 6-2
Michael Rastovets – Sebastian Bialecki 6-4
Ricardo Petrichko – Danny Van Trib 6-5
Fabian Stoitz – Jeremy van der Winkle 6-2
Kenny Nin – Remo Bands 6-2
Jules van Dongen – Jacques Lapree 6-1
Stefan Hendrick – Krzysztof Ksiuk 6-4
Jeron Mioch – Karel Sedlacek 6-2
Luke Peters – Jimi Hendrix 6-5
David Finken – Tony Martinez 6-2
Jose Marquez – Thomas Hajek 6-3
Benito van de Pas – Nauris Gleglu 6-4
Vincent van der Meer – Willem Mandigers 6-3
Denny Old Calter – Harald Leitinger 6-2
Robin Bigger – Tom Heldt 6-3
Jesus Nogueira – Andreas Toft Jorgensen 6-3
Jani Keskinarkaus – Jurjen van der Velde 6-5
Davy Cheers – Stefan Schroeder 6-3
Gyan Van Veen – Ronnie Huybrechts 6-3
Thomas Klausmayer – Torsten Radel 6-5
Patrick Peters – Jan de Werdt 6-5
Water Vice – Mario Shoals 6-2

In the UK Q-School today, a number of matches really stood out in terms of level. For example, Mickey Mansell averaged over 108 in his victory over Robert Thornton, who also averaged over 100. Also in the match between Leonard Gates and Sam Kankett the level of Gates in particular was very high. The American finished the match with an average of 113. However, both players failed to reach the round of 16 today.

Those who have made the most of the tournament are Kevin Burns and Jimmy Clark. The latter consequently cemented its first place in the Q-School rating. Ross Montgomery earned a tour ticket thanks to his victory in the final.

Q-School UK:
the end:
Ross Montgomery – Jimmy Clark 6-2


First Half Finals:
Jimmy Clark – Kevin Burns 6-4
Ross Montgomery – John O’Shea 6-4


Quarter-finals:
Kevin Burns – Kevin Lane 6-1
Jimmy Clark – Nick Fulwell 6-3
Ross Montgomery – Conor Scott 6-5
John O’Shea – Aaron Monk 6-5


last 16:
Jimmy Clark – Scott Williams 6-3
Kevin Burns – George Killington 6-5
Kevin Lane – Calum Francis 6-5
Nick Fulwell – Robert Owen 6-5
Conor Scott – Dan Read 6-2
John O’Shea – Ritchie Burnett 6-4
Ross Montgomery – Simon Stevenson 6-4
Aaron Monk – Scott Whites 6-4

last 32:
Kevin Bernice – Stephen Burton 6-4
Conor Scott – Jason Hogg 6-3
Callum Francis – Shawn MacDonald 6-4
Scott Williams – Robert Collins 6-1
Robert Owen – Shawn Wilkinson 6-4
Dan Reed – Scott Marsh 6-5
Ross Montgomery – Chris Quantock 6-0
Simon Stevenson – Nathan Jervan 6-2
John O’Shea – Mike Warburton 6-4
Richie Burnett – Justin Smith 6-3
Scott Whites – Stephen Burton 6-4
George Killington – Leonard Gates 6-5
Kevin Lane – Lee Pudgin 6-5
Nick Fulwell – Alan Tabern 6-1
Jimmy Clark – Lisa Ashton 6-0
Aaron Monk – Mickey Mansell 6-3

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