BRADLEY Brooks is back in the big time after securing his Tour Card after on Day Two of the 2020 PDC Qualifying School.

The talented teenager won back his Tour Card as he defeated Brisbane Darts Masters winner Damon Heta 5-3 in their decider in Wigan - returning to the PDC ProTour at the first time of asking after initially losing his professional status at the end of 2019.

The 19-year-old from Blackburn’s eight wins on the day also included a narrow 5-4 win over Ireland’s Michael Flynn in the last eight, while he averaged almost 98 in a 5-2 defeat over Niall Cullerton in the last 16.

“I’m over the moon,” said Rovers fan Brooks. “After losing my Tour Card I was dreading coming back to Q School so it’s brilliant to get back on the tour.

“I didn’t realise how much I wanted it - when I lost it, it was the worst thing that’s ever happened to me and I was gutted.

“But I’ve had two years learning and I won’t be taking it for granted.

“I know what I can do.

“I’ll get back on the practice board now and get ready for the ProTour.”

All 31 PDC tour card winners will get their first taste of the PDC ProTour in 2020 at Players Championships One and Two which will take place at the Barnsley Metrodome from February 8 and 9.