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13
2015
Lets Play Darts With Everton
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Phil Jagielka, Gareth Barry and Steven Naismith will go head-to-head with Premier League darts players at an exclusive darts exhibition.

 

Everton's Club Captain will lead the charge against PDC's Premier League darts players, Steven Bunting and Kim Huybrechts, on Tuesday 28 April at Liverpool's leading venue, Camp and Furness.

 

Hosted by Sky Sports commentator and former darts player Wayne Mardle, supporters can secure their seats to watch a 'battle of the arrows' and see Bunting and Huybrechts play against each other as well as members of Everton's first team.

 

Club Ambassadors and former Everton players Ian Snodin and Graham Stuart will also take to the stage to challenge the darts stars.

 

VIP tickets cost £60 and include entrance to the event, a VIP reception with the darts and former Everton players, a welcome drink and a one-course meal, with standard tickets costing just £42, which includes admission to the darts exhibition and a one-course meal.

 

Speaking ahead of the event Blues Captain Phil Jagielka said: "This is the second darts event I will have taken part in so hopefully I will have improved since last time!

 

"The last event was a lot of fun so me and the boys are really looking forward to it."

 

Doors open at 7pm with play due to start at 7.45pm until late.

 

All guests will have the chance to win a signed dart board and can also enter a prize draw to win a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play against one of the professional darts players on stage.

 

For more information about this special event or to book tickets, please call 0151 530 5300 or email hospitality@evertonfc.com.

 

 

 

Email Bluekipper at enquiries@bluekipper.com

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At sixty quid a pop I think I'll stick with the football.
Spectator, Crosby, 5:37 PM 19/04/2015
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