Jacklin sends scathing letter out regarding UKDA and Tri-Nations proposals: "Desires of stealing away a 47 year business"

Des Jacklin has sent a letter to all counties regarding the proposals given by the UKDA (United Kingdom Darts Association) and Tri-Nations to take over the running of the county system.

Jacklin in the letter (below) said that in terms of the Tri-Nations, while they sent out a proposal that guarantees the future of the organisation, theirs is a "foundation of lies" and that they will "lose control" of any voices they had.

In terms of the UKDA, he said that they broke GDPR law to send their proposal; as well that they are trying to take away their business and have quashed the benefits of their collaboration with DartConnect.

He also outlined their personal vision for the future; as they prepare to vote in Summer at the AGM in Walsall.

UKDA responded and said they are instead offering a service; as well as that those voting deserve better while also maintaining that they have acted only professionally during this time.

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