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Generation 180

Team Unicorn’s category for younger, aspiring World Champions of tomorrow. Generation 180 is for smarter darters who have taken to darts early in their lives. Unicorn actively look to work with younger players and those who encourage them.

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  • Adam Paxton
  • Dan Read

    At 15-years-old, Dan became the youngest recipient of Generation 180 awarded by Andover Darts Academy. But from the age of 10 he was playing darts at home & he soon became apparent that he had a talent.

    He started playing competitive Darts at a local Sports & Social club where each week he would play adults and normally beat them. At 13 he made his first appearance on the county stage playing for Berkshire but has since join Hampshire County Youth where he has been involved in back to back Under 18 title wins 2010 & 2011. He also represented the South verves the North of England in 2011. 

  • Dimitri Van Den Bergh

    One of Europe's top young darts stars has signed for Unicorn.

    Belgian teenager Dimitri Van den Bergh becomes the latest of the sport's young guns to join the No.1 darts manufacturer.

    He follows on from Dirk van Duijvenbode, Aden Kirk, Madars Razma and Chris Aubrey who've all joined the Unicorn ranks in 2014.

    Van den Bergh is thrilled: "There is nothing better! It really is a dream to be involved with darts world leader. I am convinced my career is going to take off and I have great support."

    The young Belgian, who lives in Antwerp, has won two events on the PDC Unicorn Youth Tour in 2014, beating Adam Hunt and Shaun Narain in the respective finals.....on both occasions he beat fellow Unicorn star and World Youth champion Keegan Brown in the quarter-finals.

    "My first aim is to finish top on the Youth Tour Order of Merit and earn a PDC tour card. I want to be a full-time professional and I feel that I am getting to be a better player."

  • Gary Thorne
  • Gavin Howard
  • Harriet Raynsford

    20-year old Harriet Raynsford is to become the latest member of the Andover Unicorn Darts Youth Academy to join Team Unicorn.

    Harriett started playing darts at just the age of 13 and over the last few years Harriet has grown to enjoy and love the game. Her expectations weren’t too high to start with as she didn’t know if this would be the game for her or not.

    She certainly overcame her initial misgivings. In her first season with the Andover Academy she won the Ladies Singles title, then did it again in her second year. She became one of the youngest lady players to represent Hampshire County Youth Team and also plays in the Friday night men’s darts League Division 1. 

  • Harry Annals

    Harry's darts career started at 9 years of age when, inspired by watching Phil Taylor, he hit nine 180's on his birthday using his first proper dartboard.

    At 12, he joined the Unicorn Petersfield Darts Academy and in December 2010
    he won the "Senior Player of the Year Award". As a result of this, Unicorn's David Broughton presented Harry with a prestigious Generation 180
    place. Being just 14 years old, this made Harry the youngest player in
    Team Unicorn's history to receive the Generation 180 contract. At present he is still Team Unicorn's youngest member.

  • Harry Lane
  • Jack Marriner
  • Jack Warner

    He has just become Team Unicorn’s youngest ever signing!

    Aged just 12, young Jack Warner is already seen as one of the brightest stars on the darting horizon!

    And he joins Unicorn’s Generation 180 team with this glowing tribute from former World Champion Bob Anderson.

    “Jack is arguably the most talented young player that I have seen for his age and I had no hesitation in letting Unicorn in on the secret. He has the ability to go a long way in the sport,” Anderson said.

    And it was on the recommendation of ‘The Limestone Cowboy’ that Warner has joined darts No.1 team.

  • Samantha Pike

    Young Samantha Pike has made a little bit of darting history – becoming the first young woman to graduate from the Andover Darts Academy to Team Unicorn!

    The 19-year-old, who had been playing for eight years, has already made a big impression in the world of youth darts and now she is hoping to graduate to the big league.

  • Sean White
  • Shane Reidy
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