Darts ace helps children's holiday dream
ARROWS ace Mervyn King is stepping up to the oche on Saturday to raise cash for a two children whose mum died in a tragic accident.Darts players can test themselves against the PDC World Number 5 at the Sun Inn, in Bradwell from 2pm.
ARROWS ace Mervyn King is stepping up to the oche on Saturday to raise cash for a two children whose mum died in a tragic accident.
Darts players can test themselves against the PDC World Number 5 at the Sun Inn, in Bradwell from 2pm.
Money raised will go towards a family holiday in Florida for Kyle and Jordan Palmer who lost mum Kelly in a car accident last November.
Seven year old Kyle and Jordan, nine, will be joined on the two week trip to the Sunshine State by dad Keith and other family members.
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The fundraiser has been organised by Justin Brown, manager of Blundeston Magpies under-eights football team, where Kyle is a player.
It follows a successful charity penalty shoot with former Norwich City stars at Yo Football in Great Yarmouth last week, which raised more than �4,000.
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Bradwell based King, who won the World Masters in 2004, will be competing in next month's PDC Premier League.