Kevin Painter has given some disabled darts players the day of their lives on Tuesday afternoon. The Artist met the group with about ten players in a pub in Rugby.
The former World Championship finalist was actually going to practice for a few hours, he said on Twitter. However, he saw some disabled players playing darts against each other. Painter decided to join the group as he went to add their scores on the scoreboard.
”Today, life has that bit more meaning for me. I spent an unplanned random two hours, playing darts with a group of 10/11 special needs/down syndrome guys that turned up to play”, the 2011 Players Championship Finals winner said. ”They got me adding their scores up the lot. They were chuffed, made by day. Thanks alot guys, good fun.”
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Today,life has that bit more meaning for me,i spent an unplanned random 2 hours playing darts in Bar8,Rugby with a group of 10/11 Special needs/Downs syndrome guys that turned up to play,they got me adding their scores up the lot! They were chuffed,made my day👍 ta guys,good fun.
— Kevin Painter (@OfficialKP180) July 10, 2018