Plaisier Picks Up Challenge Tour Treble 

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Wesley Plaisier was victorious on Sunday, in winning his third Challenge Tour title of his career, after defeating Damian Mol 5-4 in the Final, as the third weekend of the PDC’s second tier tour season ended in Leicester. 

Plaisier, who was a runner-up in Event Ten back in April, went a step further on Sunday, as he reached the final firstly by recording victories against Kenny Neyens, Reece Robinson, Owen Maiden, Charlie Martin, Pal Szekely, Darren Armstrong and Sebastian Bialecki, to set up a clash with his compatriot, Mol.  

The final began with back-to-back breaks of throw between the pair, before a run of six straight holds of throw, which sent the tie into a ninth and deciding leg, with Mol having the advantage of throw.

However, Plaisier produced a 15-dart break of throw in the decider to seal a 5-4 victory and deny his fellow Dutchman the opportunity of picking up a maiden PDC title of his career.  

The PDC Winmau Challenge Tour returns between 16-18th August, with Events 16-20 taking place at the Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes. All live scores and results can be viewed via  

PDC Winmau Challenge Tour: Event 15 

Quarter Finals 

Dragutin Horvat 5-2 Colin Osborne 

Damian Mol 5-3 Dominik Gruellich  

Wesley Plaisier 5-0 Darren Armstrong 

Sebastian Bialecki 5-3 Sean Fisher 

Semi Finals 

Damian Mol 5-2 Dragutin Horvat 

Wesley Plaisier 5-3 Sebastian Bialecki  


Wesley Plaisier 5-4 Damian Mol  


Image: Kais Bodensieck/ PDC Europe


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