Charity darts at Sheffield railway station with Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor

Phil 'The Power' Taylor with Sheffield Children's Hospital Theo who is helping raise money for them by challenging people to game of darts for �3 at Sheffield train station
Phil 'The Power' Taylor with Sheffield Children's Hospital Theo who is helping raise money for them by challenging people to game of darts for �3 at Sheffield train station
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Train passengers were given the chance to compete against a World Darts Champion on their way home from work.

Sporting star Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor took part to help raise cash for The Children’s Hospital Charity.

The 16-times World Darts Champion took on 60 people in a three-hour challenge at Sheffield railway station.

The overall winner of the challenge with a score of 200 was Ben Dulley, from Sheffield who won a first class family ticket to London with East Midlands Trains. Highlights from the day included a gentleman who travelled from Wales to take part.

Phil said: “I’m a big supporter of charity and especially children’s charities because of the amazing work they do. It’s great to have been able to mix that with playing against so many people.”

East Midlands Trains organised the event to boost a £40m revamp of the children’s hospital.