World-class Darts Heading to Dudley

Four international darts players will be heading to Dudley next year to take part in the second annual Tungsten Hold ‘Em. 

Daryl Gurney, Steve Beaton, Jamie Caven, and Alan Norris will lock horns in a bid to follow Dutchman Jelle Klaasen who ran out victorious in the inaugural 4-man tournament.

The event, which takes place on 24th February at Parkes Hall Social Club, Dudley, will be hosted by legendary PDC caller, Kirk “The Kirkulator” Bevins.

Members of the crowd will also be offered the opportunity to play against some of the biggest names in professional darts as part of a charity raffle.

Last year, the event raised more than £4,000 for Mary Stevens Hospice, and the organisers and hoping to raise more this time around.

Sean Marshall, one of the event organisers, said he was sure he isn’t “alone in thinking far more top quality sporting events should be hosted in this area, and we were delighted when the first Tungsten Hold ‘Em sold out in March, maximising the amount we were able to donate to Mary Stevens Hospice.

“It was a fantastic evening of world-class darts, so doing it again in 2018 was a no-brainer and we’re delighted to continue our relationship with the social club in bringing this event back to Dudley.”

Tickets are almost sold out, however, there are a limited number of standing tickets still available.

To find out more information, or to book a ticket, call Tony Waterfield on 07950 213 169 or Geoff Goodyear on 07727 679 384.

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