THREE-TIME quarter-finalist Mark Webster has missed out on a spot at this year's BoyleSports Grand Slam of Darts.

Webster reached the last-eight in Wolverhampton in 2008, 2011 and 2015, but there was no joy for the Denbigh dartist when he took to the oche for the Grand Slam qualifier on Monday.

In the last-64 stage, Webster was defeated 5-3 in his meeting with Jermaine Wattimena.

The Dutch player went on to beat Kim Huybrechts to set up a winner-takes-all contest versus former Grand Slam finalist Robert Thornton, with the Scotsman coming out on top to defeat Wattimena 5-3.

Among the other qualifiers was two-time world champion Adrian Lewis.

Meanwhile, Webster concluded his Players' Championship season with two recent events in Barnsley.

The 30th Players' Championship tournament of the year saw a battle of the former world champions during the last-128 stage.

Webster took on fellow former Lakeside champ Jelle Klaasen and it was the Dutchman who came out on top by a 6-4 margin.

Peter Wright claimed his third ProTour title of 2019 by defeating Krzysztof Ratajski 8-1 in final.

Turning back to the 29th Players' Championship event and Webster began his day in fine fashion with a 6-3 success over Jermaine Wattimena.

However, he was then edged out 6-5 in his clash with eventual champion Brendan Dolan, who saw off the challenge of Ian White 8-6 in the final.

Earlier in the day, Peter Wright averaged 123.5 in his 6-0 quarter-final win against Krzysztof Ratajski, the highest ever recorded in a live broadcast darts match.