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A vital category that underpins the Team Unicorn Pyramid of Excellence. We're delighted to welcome our new Global Members, plying their trade with unerring accuracy around the World. Global darts are designed to the precise specification of our Global players. They're out there now, gaining circuit experience and winning.

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  • Aden Kirk

    He is the young man who caused one of the biggest upsets in the modern history of the sport.

    The date was Friday March 7, 2014......the venue was Butlin's at Minehead.....the tournament was the UK Open finals, and on the main stage in front of a packed house 'live' on ITV4, Aden Kirk took out Phil Taylor!

    It was a sensational victory and in the space of 45 minutes, Kirk hit the darting stratosphere after this huge giantkilling and his life changed forever.

  • Amit Gilitwala
  • Barry Jouannet

    Barry Jouannet is a remarkable man and he hopes to become a remarkable darts player.

    He is playing the Aussie circuit most weekends and is battling away in the Australian Grand Prix series. Jouannet's number one target at the moment is to qualify to play at the Ladbrokes.com World Championship for a third time.

  • Boris Koltsov
  • Dirk van Duijvenbode

    Duijvenbode just missed out on a place at the O2 for the 2014 PDC Unicorn World Youth Championship. He lost the semi-finals 6-2 to fellow Team Unicorn star Keegan Brown.

    The Young Dutchman has shown what he can do on the main tour with a run to the quarter-finals of a UK Open qualifier which saw him beat Robert Thornton, Mark Webster and Steve Beaton along the way.

    He has reached two finals on the PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour and is highly rated in Dutch darts with many experts in Holland predicting that he has all the credentials to make it in the cut and thrust world of professional darts.

  • Irina Armstrong

    Currently ranked No.1 by the Ladies Darts Association, Irina is at No.6 in the WDF rankings and No.6 with the BDO. She is battling with the likes of Karin Krappen, Carla Molema, Karen Lawman and Julie Gore for those prized automatic spots at the World Championship…..but she has the ability and the confidence to achieve that goal

    Her big claim to fame so far is winning a treasured World Cup crown, when Irina teamed up with Anastasia to lift the World Cup Ladies Pairs title for Russia in October 2007.

    She is the current German Gold Cup Champion and has also won the Open Dortmund and the prestigious Open Holland title – beating Dutch No.1 Molema on all three occasions!

  • Krzysztof Kciuk

    He became the first ever Polish representative at the World Championship in 2010. Kciuk lost to Japan’s Haruki Muramatsu in the preliminary round at the Alexandra Palace.

    And he also represented his country at the first ever World Cup of Darts – screened ‘live’ by Sky Sports – when he and partner Krzysztof Ratajski were beaten by New Zealand.

  • Madars Razma

    The first Latvian to play at a World Championship is the latest member of Team Unicorn!

    Razma has hit the spotlight by clinching a place in the top 32 in the BDO rankings and the top 10 of the WDF.

    The three-times Latvian Champion realised his dream of playing at the Lakeside. He qualified from a big field, then beat John Michael in the preliminary round before he was edged out by Geert de Vos in the 1st Round.

  • Michael Rosenauer

    Germany is one of the fastest growing darting countries and Michael Rosenauer is right up there at the top of the tree.

    He proved his point at the 2008 World Championship and is now set to give the PDC circuit a real go, as he bids to make up for lost time.

    Rosenauer’s name will forever be written in darting history books, after he became the first man to qualify for both the PDC and BDO World Championships in the same year!

    Rosy won through the qualifiers for the Lakeside World Championship and qualified by right for the Ladbrokes.com PDC World Championship through the German Darts Corporation Order of Merit.

  • Nandor Bezzeg

    Bezzeg is one of the top darts players in Eastern Europe and he wants to prove himself in the world of PDC Darts.

    He is the best darts player to come out of Hungary – winning six Hungarian Championships in succession, and he has represented his country all round the world

    Nandor appeared in the World Championship at the Alexandra Palace in 2009 after winning the East European qualifier, which took place in the Czech Republic.

  • Steffi Luck

    Those in the know in European darts are adamant….Steffi Luck is a World Champion in waiting.

    The young German starlet is certainly making waves, as she strives to achieve her darting dream and follow in the footsteps of Unicorn stablemate Anastasia Dobromyslova.

    Aged just 21, Steffi has already won several big tournaments in her native Germany and has also won several matches against the men on the PDC Pro Tour!

  • Tomonori Takeda

    The sport of darts is on the rise in the land of the rising sun. It is becoming one of the biggest markets in the world and Unicorn is backing one of the best!

    Tomonori Takeda is the future of darts in Japan and the Far East and it was the influence of watching the greatest of them all - Phil Taylor - that persuaded the 32-year-old to start on a new journey.

    Now living in Kawasaki, near Tokyo, Takeda is one of the thousands of Japanese who have been caught back the darting bug. Earlier in 2007, Team Unicorn Global star Ray Carver went on a promotional tour of the country and was mobbed everywhere he went!

  • Tricia Wright

    She has been in the top echelons of the Ladies darts world for many years but that isn't enough for Tricia Wright, who has dream... a dream she is determined will come true before the end of her career.

    For all Tricia has achieved in more than two decades, there is one goal that has so far eluded her... a place at Lakeside for the World Championship.

    Over the years, she has won many world ranking tournaments, including the British, German and Scottish Opens, Saskatoon and the Desert Classic.

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