Nicknamed "One Dart" for his knack of hitting doubles with his first dart, Manley, 46, is currently ranked No 13 in the world, and has been a PDC World Championship finalist three times, twice being beaten 7-0 by Phil Taylor.
This famously led to a long-running feud between the two men after the 2002 final culminating in his refusal to shake Taylor's hand at the end of the match. These days a more relaxed Manley is better liked by fans since changing his entrance music to Is This The way to Amarillo?.
During his appearance at Ludgvan, Manley (pictured), who is co-sponsored by Penzance-based Chris Sedgeman Scaffolding, will be playing a series of about 15 games against local players and all proceeds from the event will be donated to the Precious Lives Appeal. There will also be a raffle.
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