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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  1. Anderson withdraws from Masters

    Anderson withdraws from Masters

    Team Unicorn star Gary Anderson has withdrawn from The BetVictor Masters due to a back injury, and will be replaced by Stephen Bunting.

    Two-time World Champion Anderson has been undergoing treatment on his back since his exit at the World Championship last month.

    The Scot has now withdrawn from this weekend's opening TV tournament of the year in Milton Keynes on medical advice.

    "I'm really sorry to the fans that I won't be there this weekend but it's a long year and I want to make sure I'm out of action for as little time as possible," said Anderson.

    "I've been having a lot of physio work

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  2. GM & Dan Lawrence Team Up

    GM & Dan Lawrence Team Up

    Gunn & Moore is delighted to announce the signing of Dan Lawrence who has committed to using GM products for the 2019 season and beyond.

    "I am really excited to join Team GM and I can't wait to get going this English summer, using some quality kit and hopefully scoring a lot of runs,” said Lawrence. “Seeing the bats that my club captain Ryan ten Doeschate and Tom Westley keep receiving made the move to GM a sensible choice. I am looking forward to going up to GM HQ in Nottingham to spend time with the craftsmen and women, and the rest of the team to get the best kit available moving forward."

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  3. Smith and Anderson honoured

    Team Unicorn duo Gary Anderson and Michael Smith have picked up notable awards at the prestigious PDC Awards night.

    Smith was named Players Player of the Year, while Anderson won the Fans’ Award at the Dorchester Hotel in London on Monday night.

    For Smith, it is just reward after the best 12 months of his career and extra special because the accolade comes from his fellow professionals.

    He reached the World Championship Final, the Premier League Final, the World Series Final and picked up the biggest win of his career so far at the Shanghai Darts Masters. Smith is also up to a career high No.6 in the world.

    He landed back from his honeymoon to news of the award. “I am genuinely gobsmacked! It is an amazing feeling to know that the other players thought that I deserved this. I now have to make sure

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  4. Magic McGeeney clinches PDC Tour Card

    Another brilliant performance from Mark McGeeney has seen the Team Unicorn ace secure a Tour Card.

    The former BDO No.1 claimed his prize on day two at Q School in Wigan, just 24 hours after losing the final qualifying game to Unicorn stablemate Harry Ward on Thursday.

    Now he has this great chance to prove himself in the PDC.

    McGeeney won a last leg decider against Carl Wilkinson to win the day. It was a thoroughly deserved triumph for McGeeney after two outstanding days.

    “It is a big thrill and a big relief,” McGeeney said. “The last two days have been hard work and tough, but I have been preparing for this and now I get a crack at trying to reach the Ally Pally, the Winter Gardens and the rest. I had a taste of it at the Grand Slam last year and I know I can succeed in the PDC. I can’t

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  5. Smith eyes up Van Gerwen rematch

    Smith eyes up Van Gerwen rematch

    MICHAEL SMITH & Michael Van Gerwen will face off on the opening night of the 2019 Unibet Premier League season on Thursday February 7 in Newcastle, with the fixtures for the first nine nights now confirmed.

    Darts' widest-reaching tournament will see 17 nights of action held from February-May and will feature 3 Team Unicorn players - Smith, Gary Anderson and of course a return for James Wade.

    The season will include Judgement Night after nine matches, after which the bottom two players in the table will be eliminated after the players have faced each other once in the league phase.

    The road to The O2 begins at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena, with Team Unicorn

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  6. Ward wins Golden Ticket!

    Ward wins Golden Ticket!

    Unicorn youngster Harry Ward has enjoyed the best day of his career to secure a prized PDC Tour Card.

    On the opening day at Q School in Wigan, the 21-year-old from Derbyshire came through a field of nearly 400 to become the first man to win a coveted two-year PDC Tour Card.

    Ward won an all Unicorn showdown with Mark McGeeney 5-2, averaging 103 in the process, in the final match to qualify.

    ‘Big H’ was on the money when it mattered all day at Robin Park in Wigan on Thursday where play was also interrupted by a fire alarm!

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  7. Trent Bridge Double Signing!

    Trent Bridge Double Signing!

    Gunn and Moore are delighted to welcome Nottinghamshire CCC Captain, Steven Mullaney to the GM family, who has signed a deal to use GM equipment for the upcoming 2019 season.

    The Outlaws all-rounder was named captain in 2018, taking over from the recently-retired Chris Read, having proved himself to be one of the most consistent and versatile players in the country, a reputation which earned him the honour of being named England Lions captain in their recent series against India A and West Indies A last summer.


    "I am delighted to bring Steven to Gunn & Moore. In Steven we are signing a very

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  8. George Hankins Switches To GM

    George Hankins Switches To GM

    Gunn & Moore are thrilled to welcome George Hankins to the GM family for the 2019 season.

    The Gloucestershire batsman has made a long-term commitment to use GM equipment as he aims to cement his place in the County side in all three formats with the help of the Mythos L540 DXM.


    "I am delighted to finally get George at GM,” said Head of Sponsorship at GM, Richard Harris. “George is someone we have tracked for a couple of years and we really think he has the ability to kick on and play at the highest level. I'm sure

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  9. Sam Robson Joins GM

    Sam Robson Joins GM

    Gunn & Moore is delighted to announce that Middlesex and England opening batsman Sam Robson has signed a long-term deal to use GM equipment for the upcoming season 2019 season and beyond.

    The Middlesex vice-captain already has one of the most enviable cricket CV’s in the County game with 21 First Class hundreds, including a Test Match hundred against Sri Lanka in just his third international innings.

    "I'm excited to be using such a famous name as Gunn & Moore,” said Robson. “After having a tour of the factory and meeting Richard and the team, I can't wait to get out there for Middlesex in April using Gunn

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  10. Razma wins prized Tour Card

    Team Unicorn Latvian star Madars Razma, pictured top, has achieved his dream!

    He has clinched a priceless PDC Tour Card for the next two years, coming through a tough European Q School in Hildesheim, Germany.

    Although he didn’t win one of the four qualifying tournaments, Razma’s consistency saw him finish top of the European Q School Order of Merit.

    In the four days of qualifying he reached a final, semi-final and quarter-final to come out ahead of the rest in the qualification table.

    The four winners to claim tour cards were Niels Zonneveld, Mike Van Duijvenbode, Christian Bunse and Darius Labanauskas.

    Razma lost the final to Van Duijvenbode on day two 5-4 after being 4-2 up and was beaten by Labanauskas in the semi-finals on day four, but he had done enough.

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