Bromley resident defeats former world darts champion Mark Webster

PUBLISHED: 16:33 05 July 2013 | UPDATED: 16:33 05 July 2013

Former world darts champion Mark Webster (right) with Will Luck

Former world darts champion Mark Webster (right) with Will Luck


Bromley resident Will Luck turned on the style to beat former world darts champion Mark Webster at his own game.

The 28-year-old was given a slight helping hand though as he had nine darts to beat Webster’s score with six.

The challenge was organised by Leyland Paints, who sponsor the professional player, and was part of the opening of the new Selco Builders branch in Wimbledon, where Will works as a van driver.

He secured the top staff score of the day of 217 and said: “It was an excellent day and it was great to take part in a competition against a player such as Mark.

“I don’t play darts often but got quite a good score on the day.”

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