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Thursday, November 27, 2008

One Dart to appear at charity exhibition

WORLD darts star Peter Manley will be taking on allcomers during an exhibition of his skills for charity at Ludgvan Community Centre on Saturday, December 13 from 7.30pm onwards.

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.

For details contact Sue Rowe at the centre on 01736 740774. (story source...)

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