Town Stars on the Oche
Thursday, 9th Jan 2014 13:27
Aaron Cresswell, Stephen Hunt, Daryl Murphy, Paul Taylor, Fabian Wilnis, Bryan Hamilton, Allan Hunter, John Wark and Jack Ainsley will be amongst the current and former Blues joining Kevin Painter and Keith Deller for the Legends of Darts Academy Association fundraiser on Tuesday 18th February at Greshams Sport and Social Club in Tuddenham Road (7pm).
The evening, which will be hosted by Russ Bray, will include a darts exhibition match with the players joining 1983 World Champion and ex-Blues ballboy Deller and 2004 World finalist and Sir Bobby Robson Stand season ticket holder Painter on the oche.
There will also be a question and answer session during dinner and an auction and raffle of darts and football memorabilia to raise funds for the Academy Association, which will receive all the proceeds from the evening.
Tickets are £20 each (including bangers and mash) with VIP places £50 per head, which includes dining with either Kevin or Keith and an opportunity to play against the VIP guests. To buy your tickets, visit ITFC Direct.
Deller and Wilnis will be amongst those appearing on Saturday's Life's a Pitch on Radio Suffolk.
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