Launched in 2007 Generation 180 is specifically for Academy and junior players, who are the future of the sport. This typifies Unicorn’s absolute long term commitment to the grass roots game. The 2017 Generation 180 line-up now includes Craig Reeves and Nico Blum, who join Harriet Raynsford, Dan Read, Harry Annals, Samantha Pike, Jack Warner, Jack Marriner, Adam Paxton and Gavin Howard. Other categories beware.
Recommended by Jamie Caven, Aam is alreay attracting plenty of attention in the world of darts.
Gavin Howard is the latest member of the Andover Darts Academy to join Generation 180.
20-year old Harriet Raynsford is to become the latest member of the Andover Unicorn Darts Youth Academy to join Team Unicorn.
Young Samantha Pike has made a little bit of darting history – becoming the first young woman to graduate from the Andover Darts Academy to Team Unicorn!.
Recommended by Team Unicorn German MC Gordon Shumway, Nico Blum is tipped for the top in what is becoming a hotbed for European darts.
Craig Reeves is the latest to climb aboard the Unicorn train as he takes a tilt for the top.
At 15-years-old, Dan became the youngest recipient of Generation 180 awarded by Andover Darts Academy. But from the age of 10 he was playing darts at home & he soon became apparent that he had a talent.
Jack Warner has just become Team Unicorn’s youngest ever signing!
Jack is a member of the Unicorn Petersfield Academy.