He has just become Team Unicorn’s youngest ever signing!
Aged just 12, young Jack Warner is already seen as one of the brightest stars on the darting horizon!
And he joins Unicorn’s Generation 180 team with this glowing tribute from former World Champion Bob Anderson.
“Jack is arguably the most talented young player that I have seen for his age and I had no hesitation in letting Unicorn in on the secret. He has the ability to go a long way in the sport,” Anderson said.
And it was on the recommendation of ‘The Limestone Cowboy’ that Warner has joined darts No.1 team.
Unicorn Managing Director Edward Lowy said: “When World Champion Bob Anderson tells you that he has come across a formidable talent, immediate action is required and we are thrilled to have Jack on board as the youngest ever member of Team Unicorn.”
Mr Lowy added: “Having watched southpaw Jack play a little, I am very impressed with his confidence at the oche and his calm, fluent style.”
“I think Jack has a very exciting future in darts ahead of him….and his timing is impeccable as the Unicorn PDC Youth Tour builds momentum, giving a great opportunity for younger players to compete within a highly competitive and professional infrastructure.”
Young Jack got bitten by the darts bug at the age of 8 and hasn’t looked back..
He joined the East Kent Darts Academy and played another former World Champion Steve Beaton, before graduating to playing for his county U18s and U21s at the age of 11.
That’s how good Jack Warner is!
On holiday with his Mum and Dad last year, Jack won the Men’s knock-out Darts tournament and hasn’t looked back.
He has won several junior tournaments and also finished runner-up in the East Kent Youth competition, playing against boys who were several years older than him.
And last year as a birthday present, Jack was treated to a special two-day coaching clinic from his idol Bob Anderson…..he is playing and practicing every day, such is his passion for darts.
Anderson and Andy Davis from the local East Kent Academy have been Jack’s mentors as he takes those first big steps on the darting ladder, which could yet lead him to the very top!
So, remember the name Jack Warner!
By STUART PYKE
Jack with Unicorn legend Bob Anderson