The Power to Headline Darts Masters II

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Published: 11th August, 2017

Darting colossus Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor is coming to the Kia Oval on Wednesday October 11th for the second annual Kia Oval Darts Masters.

Taylor, who is coming to the end of his final season on the PDC World Tour, is the greatest darts player in the history of the game and one of the most successful individual sportsmen in the world over the last two decades.

Earlier this year, Taylor announced his intention to retire from the sport after the 2018 PDC World Championships at Alexandra Palace this Christmas.

A 16-time World Champion, The Power has won a staggering 216 tournaments throughout his career, including 85 major titles. Earlier this summer he rolled back the years spectacularly, defeating ‘Snakebite’ Peter Wright to win the World Matchplay Championship in Blackpool.

The Power will be joined at the Kia Oval by the ever popular ‘Hawaii 501’, Wayne Mardle – as well as two of the world’s top female players, Fallon Sherrock and her Australian rival Corrine Hammond.

Last year’s maiden event, which featured an all-star line up of Raymond van Barneveld, Simon Whitlock, Vincent van der Voort and Mark Webster, was a sell-out success, packing 350 people into the Jardine Suite.

Regular tickets, which will give fans a seat at a table of ten, start at £40 and are available now by calling the Surrey CCC sales team at the Kia Oval on 0207 8205670.

Your Chance to Play the Power

As well as the chance to watch an all-time great go about his business, fans buying VIP tickets, starting at £75, will be in with the chance to take to the oche and play a leg of 301 against Taylor – as well as a guaranteed opportunity to meet all the players before the event and enter a special charity raffle.

If you want to guarantee the chance to take on Taylor, buy a VIP table of ten for £750 (inc VAT). One person on each VIP table sold as a ten will be chosen to play against Taylor – and be treated to a full darts style walk on!

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