Gary and Kyle Anderson are both celebrating!
Gary has claimed his 7th title of 2014, winning the last Players Championship tournament of the year in Coventry on Sunday....a brilliant performance from the Scot.
But Aussie Kyle's achievement is just as impressive. He has qualified for the World Championship! Starting from scratch at Q School and taking the huge gamble of playing the PDC Pro Tour, moving to England and risking so much, Kyle's performances in Coventry have earned him a prized return to the Ally Pally next month.
GARY ANDERSON sealed his seventh PDC title of 2014 as he narrowly defeated Peter Wright to win the final Players Championship event of the year in Coventry on Sunday.
Anderson maintained his brilliant form on the ProTour in 2014 as he swept through the field before defeating Wright in the final on a day which also saw Adrian Lewis hit a spectacular nine-dart finish against Wes Newton.
The 6-5 win for Anderson in the final also ensured that the Scot overtook Michael van Gerwen to finish top of the ProTour Order of Merit and head into next weekend’s Players Championship Finals as top seed.
IAN WHITE secured the third PDC title of his career as he beat Dave Chisnall to win the 19th Players Championship event of the year in Coventry on Saturday.
White saw off a host of high-profile names en route to his place in the final before comfortably defeating Chisnall 6-2 at the Ricoh Arena, hitting a spectacular 146 checkout in the final leg to seal the victory.
The loss would prove to be the second final disappointment in just under a week for Chisnall though, after he was defeated in the Grand Slam of Darts final by Phil Taylor just six days ago.
PHIL TAYLOR claimed his sixth SINGHA Beer Grand Slam of Darts title as his imperious week at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall peaked with a 16-13 win over gutsy Dave Chisnall in Sunday night's final.
Taylor has been at his clinical best throughout seven games in the £400,000 event, winning through the group stage unbeaten before seeing off Peter Wright, Michael Smith and Mervyn King on his way to the final.
There, he produced another superb performance as he denied resilient Chisnall a maiden major title, despite the St Helens man hitting back from 5-0 down to level a remarkable contest.