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From JDC to PDC, Justin Hewitt and Craig Galliano will have represented their nation at junior level and now senior level.

 

Both players will represent Gibraltar next month in Gratz for the PDC's World Cup of darts after a final qualifier in Gibraltar this week confirmed their places in the PDC's World Cup of Darts 2020.

 

 

With the final rounds on the rock including Dyson Parody and Dylan Duo, both Hewitt and Galliano would need to be at their very best for both young players to qualify.

Eventually making the final, Galliano needed to beat Hewitt to confirm his place in the team.

 

Both players have previously represented Gibraltar at JDC World events in 2018 staged in Bristol and 2019 in their home nation of Gibraltar. Hewitt, who just missed out on the final of the 2019 JDC World Darts Championship last year to Adam Gawlas in the semi finals, will now get his chance on a world stage to perform. 

 

Alex Nunez from the Gibraltar Darts Association commented,

 

"When Jeremy and I, revived youth darts in gibraltar 7 years ago we had always dreamt about having our very own graduates qualify for the PDC World Cup of Darts.
Both Craig and Justin have demonstrated that a structured Academy, hard work and dedication pays off.
The GDA is extremely proud of them both in becoming the youngest ever team to qualify for the PDC World Cup.
This will no doubt inspire young players around the world to never give up on their dreams".

The PDC World Cup of darts will be featured on Sky Sports from November 6th - 8th in Austria. 

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