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The Norwich Charity Darts Masters 2017 is being held at Norwich City Football Club on Saturday 24th June 2017.
This is the third year for this very popular darts legends evening. The event in 2016 raised over £12,000 for the Lord Baker Community Fund supporting Norfolk based charities that include; Norfolk Accident Rescue Services (NARS), Starthowers Cancer Care & Support in Wymondham, Chapel Road School for physically and mentally handicapped children in Attleborough and The Norfolk Community Foundation. Can we raise more in 2017?
Ticket prices have been reduced for 2017 to ensure this event is attracive to a wide range of people. This is without doubt a very entertaining evening and a chance to meet some of the most charasmatic Darts Legends who have, and are still, gracing the game.
The players lined up for the Norwich Charity Darts Masters 2017 are as follows:
Steve Beaton (Reigning 2016 Champion) and curent top 25 in the PDC Rankings (Former 1996 World Darts Champion and World No.1).
Colin Lloyd (Former World No.1 and the 2004 World Grand Prix and the 2005 World Matchplay).
Bob Anderson (Former 1988 World Darts Champion and World No.1. World Masters Champion in 1986, 1987 and 1988. Semi-finalist of the PDC World Darts Championship in 2004 and 2005).
Kevin Painter (2004 PDC World Championship finalist and Players Championship Finals Champion in 2011)
Steve Beaton nicknamed the Bronzed Adonis, won the 1996 World Championships, beating Co Stompe, John Part, Martin Adams, Andy Fordham and then Richie Burnett in the final to clinch the BDO World Championship. Steve Beaton won many Open titles during his career in BDO tournaments including the Dutch, Danish, Belgian and Swedish Opens.
Colin Edward Lloyd nicknamed Jaws, is a former English professional darts player on the Professional Darts Corporation circuit. He is a former world number one ranked player and he has won two major television titles in the PDC – the 2004 World Grand Prix and the 2005 World Matchplay. His entrance music was "Monster" by The Automatic.
Bob Anderson nicknamed the The Limestone Cowboy, has had a long and successful darts career winning the World Professional Championship in 1988 and the Winmau World Masters in 1986, 1987 and 1988 - the first man to win the Masters in three successive years. In 1996, Anderson won the WDC World Pairs event alongside Phil Taylor. Bob Anderson went on to reach the semi-finals of the PDC World Darts Championship in 2004 and 2005.
Kevin Painter nicknamed The Artist, is arguably most famous for finishing runner up to Phil Taylor in the 2004 PDC World Championship final, now widely credited as one of the greatest televised matches in the history of the game. He was also the winner of the Players Championship Finals in 2011.
Paul Booth (MC) - Paul has appeared as MC on Channel 5 for all the LIVE Boxing events this year, the only UK Boxing MC on terrestrial TV, and established himself as one of the UK's top all round MC's, involved in both radio and TV for over 20 years.
John Fowler (Caller) - John has been a Full time professional darts MC since 2012, and started off by calling for Oxfordshire about 17 years ago while John was a county darts player just to help out.
On May 2nd 2009 John organised his first exhibition working with Dennis Smith, closely followed by his next event 4 months later with Jamie Caven. In December of that year John got his first outside booking working alongside Martin Adams in Weston Super Mare.
After losing both parents within 10 months of each other John decided to take the biggest step and follow his ambitions to take it up professionally and John has now worked with over 40 pro players all over England, having also worked in Scotland, Wales, Germany and Spain. John is also the resident MC for Warks County in the BICC.
Quite simply not an event to be missed, and early purchase of tickets is advised as this event is expected to be a sell-out. So don't delay and purchase your tickets for the Norwich Charity Darts Masters today.
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Lord Russell Baker of Little Moulton
For more information on Lord Russell Baker of Little Moulton please visit http://www.norfolklord.co.uk
Lord Russell Baker is the Patron of Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS).
Lord Baker's web site provides details on all the events he promotes and organises which include some amazing events that are scheduled to raise money for the Lord Baker Community Fund managed by Norfolk Community Foundation. The Lord Baker Community Fund provides funding for the following Norfolk based charities:
- Norfolk Accident Rescue Service (NARS)
- Star Throwers Cancer Care and Support
- Chapel Road School for Severely Disabled Children
- Norfolk Comunity Foundation
- A Grand-Giving Scheme for local community projects.