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Unicorn’s 2015 Contenders are all professionals establishing their careers in darts, snapping at the heels of the established players. They know no fear and the world titles are theirs for the taking. These are the darts they trust for their journey.

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  • Arron Monk

    At the age of just 20, Arron Monk can call himself a ‘World Champion’!

    It’s quite an achievement and it was quite a moment for the youngster, when on January 3 2011, he was crowned the first ever PDC Unicorn Under 21 World Champion.

    Monk won the prestigious title on the biggest stage in world darts at the Alexandra Palace, before the main event – the Adrian Lewis/Gary Anderson World Championship Final.

    He beat highly rated Dutch star Michael van Gerwen by 6 legs to 4 to win the event, plus the £10,000 winner’s cheque.

  • Chris Aubrey

    Chris Aubrey is the latest member of Team Unicorn.

    The talented 22-year-old from Swindon has signed a two-year contract with the sport’s leading manufacturer as he bids to take the next big step in a career which promises much.

    Aubrey joins as a ‘Contender’ and he follows the signing of Michael Smith to the Team Unicorn camp….Smith of course, made big headlines at the World Championship with his victory over Phil Taylor.

    It is a big year for Aubrey as he targets a place at the Alexandra Palace.

  • Devon Peterson

    A real darting character in every sense of the word......and a real darting star!

    Devon Petersen has lit up the a World of Darts over the past few years and now he is targeting a return to the PDC tour to "follow my dream!"

    The South African stole the spotlight at the 2014 World Championship with his signature dance moves on the stage and he backed up the showmanship with some stunning darts to reach the last 16.

    In June 2014, he led South Africa to the quarter-finals of the World Cup of Darts for a second time and is hoping to make plans to give his darts career a real go.

  • Jamie Caven

    Jamie Caven has been on an amazing journey.

    It is a journey full of twists and turns, trials and tribulations which would have seen many men wave the white flag. 

    But Caven has succeeded where many would have failed and he hasn't finished yet as he plots the next stage of his darting career.

    Tournament wins, a regular in the world's elite top 32, a book and a darts academy to help the stars of the is all in a day's work for one of the good guys in the world of darts. 

    The World Youth Champion at the age of 17, he has now won seven tournaments on the PDC Pro Tour. Caven is also a member of a very exclusive club.....players who have won both events at a Pro Tour weekend.

  • Joe Cullen

    It is going to be a big few years ahead in the career of Joe Cullen.

    And the Team Unicorn 'Contender' is ready to take his career to the next level....and that means cementing a place in the world's top 32 and challenging in all the TV 'Majors'.

    There is no doubt that he has the talent and he has pulled off some stunning wins over his short career, but it is all about consistency and doing it on a regular basis as he chases the big win that will catapult his career to that next stage. 

    The young Yorkshireman has beaten all the big names in the sport and those big scalps have helped him to compete in four consecutive Ladbrokes World Championships at the Alexandra Palace. 

  • Keegan Brown

    He is the 2014 PDC Unicorn World Youth Champion!

    Meet Keegan Brown, who can proudly call himself a World Champion at the age of 21.

    It was on May 22, 2014 - quite simply the night of his life. In front of 10,000 darts fans at the O2 Arena in London, he was crowned PDC Unicorn World Youth Champion.

    His victory opened up so many well as the £10,000 prize money, he won a prized place at the World Championship at the Alexandra Palace and a spot at the Grand Slam of Darts.

  • Kyle Anderson

    He was the No.1 darts player in Australia, who is now hoping to make it big in the world of the PDC.

    He is a history maker with a World Championship 9 darter to his name.

    And it has been quite a journey from humble beginnings to top darts star, but now Kyle Anderson is living the dream after joining Team Unicorn.

    The likeable Aussie has taken the biggest gamble of his life by uprooting his family to move to the UK to take on the challenge of the PDC circuit.

  • Michael Smith

    Michael Smith believes he can be one of the very best in the business.

    He has the drive, the ambition, the ability and the backing of a three-year sponsorship from Unicorn as he continues a journey that he is convinced will lead to ‘Major’ darts titles.

    Add to that the support from one of the very best in the business – mentor and fellow Team Unicorn star Gary Anderson – and you can see why it looks like a recipe for success in the darting world.

    The 23-year-old starlet from St Helens has already made a big splash on the big darts stages and a place in the top 32 and beyond that is recognition for his talent on the oche.

  • Ronny Huybrechts

    They say that life begins at 40....but in darting terms, for Ronny Huybrechts life began at the age of 47 when he took the plunge to join the PDC.

    From playing for fun, it became serious business and the Belgian ace has taken his chance as he claimed a place in the top 40 in the world in a fantastic whirlwind year.

    But no regrets.....often asked why he didn't take the plunge earlier, Ronny's answer is simple: "I was happy. It wasn't the right time but now it feels like it is, so I will enjoy every moment of it while it lasts!"

    He celebrates his 50th birthday in 2015 and by then Ronny is confident that he will be a regular in the top 32 and beyond, competing and succeeding in the big TV tournaments.

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