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Andy Jenkins ensured that he will take his career as a professional darts player past the twenty year mark, by securing his tour card at the PDC qualifying school.

Jenkins faced the possibility of not taking part on the professional circuit this year after dropping out of the top 64, but Rocky showed his class at the Barnsley Metrodome with consistent performances over four days to retain his card.

The 40 year old finished third out of over 200 competitors in the Qualifying School Order of Merit. That high placing means he will retain his tour card for two more years.

Jenkins, who has been with MODUS for 15 years, proved his worth by progressing through an extremely strong field of players, winning 12 matches out of 16.

He will be aiming to take that form onto the tour in the coming months as he bids to climb back up the world rankings.

By Chris Murphy

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