LUCAS CAMERON and Rhys Mathewson shared the wins on the second weekend of the DPA's Australian Grand Prix season.
The double-header at the Coolaroo Hotel in Melbourne saw Cameron pick up his first DPA victory, defeating PDC Unicorn World Youth Champion Corey Cadby 6-2 in the final.
Cameron also defeated Dean Wakeman, Mathewson and Tony Birtwistle in the knockout phase of the event.
Mathewson would avenge Saturday's quarter-final defeat to Cameron with a 6-5 victory in Sunday's Event Four final, has he continued his promising start to 2017 after starring in the Ladbrokes Sydney Darts Masters last August.
The Melbourne-based ace defeated Richard Barwell, Harry Bajowski, Gordon Mathews and Justin Thompson in the knockout stages.
The weekend had begun with the second World Series of Darts qualifying event, with Justin Thompson defeating Cadby 6-4 in the final.
The next DPA Harrows Australian Grand Prix weekend will take place from March 10-12 at the NDDA in Adelaide. For more information, visit www.dartplayersaustralia.com.
DPA Harrows Australian Grand Prix
Saturday February 18, Coolaroo Hotel, Melbourne
Corey Cadby 6-1 Robbie King
Gordon Mathers 6-4 Matthew Leahy
Lucas Cameron 6-4 Rhys Mathewson
Tony Birtwistle 6-4 Scott Kennedy
Corey Cadby 6-5 Gordon Mathers
Lucas Cameron 6-0 Tony Birtwistle
Lucas Cameron 6-2 Corey Cadby
Sunday February 19, Coolaroo Hotel, Melbourne
Justin Thompson 6-4 Steve Duke Snr
Rhys Mathewson 6-3 Gordon Mathers
Clinton Bridge 6-2 Aaron Petty
Lucas Cameron 6-0 Ash Britt
Rhys Mathewson 6-2 Justin Thompson
Lucas Cameron 6-5 Clinton Bridge
Rhys Mathewson 6-5 Lucas Cameron