The pair will take part in September’s German Darts Masters after a successful night’s work in South Yorkshire.
Former World Championship semi-finalist Jenkins qualified for a European Tour event for the first time in 2013 with two fine performances, dropping just one leg in victories over Sam Hill (6-0) and Jim Walker (6-1).
“I played well tonight and I’m over the moon to have qualified,” said Jenkins.
“I’m looking forward to getting out to Germany and I’ll be working hard to put a run together. The European Tour is very important. It has a massive impact on rankings.
2012 World Youth Champion Hubbard also produced some encouraging performances, defeating Chris Aubrey 6-3 before edging out Prakash Jiwa in a last leg decider.
The Norfolk ace then sealed his spot in Sindelfingen with a 6-1 victory against Ricky Sudale.
“I’m happy with how I played,” said the 20-year-old.
“It was probably the best I have played in a long time. If I’m honest, I’ve had a bad year so far so it is pleasing to come into a little bit of form. Hopefully, qualifying for this can be the start of a better second half of the year.”
By Chris Murphy