DARTS’ greatest player Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor is coming to Oldham next month for a one-off exhibition evening.
Taylor quit the sport earlier this year after losing to Rob Cross in the 2018 PDC World Championship final.
And while he has hinted at a possible return for the next world tournament, the Stoke on Trent star has stuck to his decision.
But the 58-year-old still remains a big draw and he’s sure to pack them in when competing in the DeckDirect Showdown at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Oldham on Saturday, October 20.
Taylor will be joined by Stockport’s three-times PDC World Championship semi-finalist Darryl ‘The Dazzler’ Fitton and twice BDO world champion Glen Durrant from Middlesbrough.
The supporting cast includes: Callum Loose, David Evans, Jim Moston and Bradley Brooks.
Tickets cost £25 or £55 (platinum, including meet and greet). For further details ring 0161 770 4083.
IF you would like to watch Phil ‘the Power’ Taylor in action, now you can.
The Correspondent has teamed up with promoters Modus Sports to offer a pair of tickets to the event on Saturday, October 20.
To be in with a chance of winning, send your answer the question below by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: Trevor Baxter, Shaw and Crompton Correspondent, Units 3-4, 45 High Street, Uppermill, Saddleworth, OL3 6HS.
Phil Taylor won the last of his 16 world titles in 2013. But who did he beat in the final? Was it?
A) Raymond van Barneveld
B) Michael van Gerwen
C) Rob Cross
Entries should reach us by Friday, October 12, 2018.