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March 25


BDO Women's World Darts Championship – Darts Trophy

Trina would like to thank LP Metal Detecting for their generous long-term gift of the BDO Women's World Darts Championship Trophy that she won ten times in her carrier.

The BDO was liquidated, meaning all their assets, including the World Dart Championship trophies, were auctioned. LP Metal Detecting purchased the BDO Women's World Championship Trophy and presented the trophy to Trina at the World Senior Darts Tour – Champion of Champions for her to keep for as long as she wished.

LP Metal Detecting was the main sponsor for the WSDT Champion of Champions 2023

Feb 1


World Senior Darts Tour (WSDT) World Championships 2023

WSDT Darts World Championships 2023 Feb 9 - 12

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The ten Time Women’s BDO World Champion, Trina Gulliver MBE, will take to the oche on the opening day of the World Senior Darts Tour World Championships. Trina will play Dennis Harbour. Dennis has some former pedigree and played in the Winmau Masters 1989,1194, the BDO World Championships 2003, 2006, 2016, 2017 and in the PDC UK Open 2004. Dennis had also appeared as a contestant on the TV Game Show Bullseye.

Trina will face a player that some may not know but has a good pedigree in the professional darts circuit, so expect a good match.

The WSDT has been a massive success for dart fans, bringing multiple past World Champions back to the oche. Heroes from the past are again put through their paces. Anyone over the age of 50 that are not part of the PDC tour can now apply to play in the WSDT qualifying events. However, even the best players can find winning the qualifying process challenging.

This event is shown in the UK via BT Sport, BBC Sport via their digital services (Red Button), iPlayer / BBC Website. Netherlands via RTL and North America via at the cost of $10 for the entire tournament. The WSDT comes from the famous Circus Tavern, and event tickets are available from or by calling the ticket hotline: 01708 863838

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Nov 12


Sporting Memories Foundation - Trina Gulliver

Darts legend Trina Gulliver visits Galanos House for launch

Galanos House has been a long-term supporter of Sporting Memories, having hosted sessions with their care home for the past four years. Still, they have recently opened the RBL Community Hub and Café next to Galanos House, where a new session has been launched, open to older people from the local community.

The launch of the new club in the community Hub saw Trina in attendance, where she took the time to speak with the group and detail her glittering career in the sport as well as sharing some of her trophies including her first BDO World Darts Championship Trophy – where she defeated her compatriot Mandy Solomons in 2001.

The group was inspired by Trina's recollection of playing competitive darts for nearly 30 years. It enabled the group to reflect on their memories of the sport and allow them the confidence to share some of their favourite moments from various sports.

Trina was happy to support Galanos House. You can read the full Sporting Memories article by clicking the link below.


Nov 1


Tann Law Solicitors.

Tann Law Solicitors partners with and sponsors Trina Gulliver MBE

Tann Law Solicitors is excited to announce that we have partnered with and we are sponsoring Trina Gulliver, affectionately known as the Golden Girl. Trina is one of the most decorated professional darts players in the world. She is a 10 times World Champion. She is the most capped ladies' England international player and has won many local and regional tournaments.

Andrew Nyamayaro, Principal at Tann Law Solicitors, said, "We are excited to work with Trina. It's an honour  for our brand to be represented by Trina."

"Trina says she is pleased to be sponsored by Tann Law Solicitors and would highly recommend their services."

Tel: 024 7763 2323



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May 23


S & M Fencing and Landscaping

S & M Fencing and Landscaping have become one of Trina’s latest shirt sponsors.

Based in Warwickshire. The Family run business has over 27 years of experience in fencing, landscaping, decking, pergolas, and sheds. They also conduct seasonal hedge cutting and more.

Visit their Facebook link below or contact them via email or phone.

Tel: 07703 397568

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Apr 30


Trina wins her first PDC Women’s Series Tour. April 30, 2022

Trina has won her first Women’s Series Tour event, showing her return to top-flight darts. The former ten-time Women’s BDO World Champion may be going under the radar in women’s events for being away from the sport for a considerable time, but the Golden Girl is back and playing some good darts.


Feb 03


Trina has accepted an invite into the World Seniors Darts Championship next February, where Trina will take on some of the best known World Champions like Phil Taylor, Les Wallace, John Lowe and Martin Adams.


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May 06


BBC Radio Somerset Interview With Trina Gulliver

BBC Radio Somerset Breakfast Show May 6, 2021

Listen to Trina’s BBC Radio Somerset Podcast. Trine speaks to Clair Carter BBC Radio Somerset on her morning breakfast show. The 16-minute podcast can be found on the BBC Sounds website / App.

Use the link below to connect.

Please note you will need to sign in to BBC Sounds to listen to the broadcast. If you do not have a BBC Sound account, it is easy to set up using your emails and a password of your choice.

Some international restriction apply. For further details, use the BBC link below:

How do I use BBC Sounds if I live outside the UK? | BBC Sounds

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May 05

Trina Gulliver - Interview 2021

Trina Gulliver Openes up on how alcohol almost took her life. #OnlineDartsTV

Trina gives an honest account of her life on the oche and her battle with alcohol, and how it nearly took her life.

For most players, darts and drinking go hand in hand, and Trina was no exception. But like most, drinking wasn’t a problem but became one later in her life. Trina recounts when things changed in her life and what she had to endure to put the alcohol addiction behind her.

The former ten-time world darts champion, has admitted she was a secret alcoholic who downed up to four bottles of wine per night.

Over a period of two decades of heavy drinking, - weakened her so much she struggled to throw a dart, let alone a treble 20.

Trina, now 51, said she was in the grip of drink around the time she received her MBE for services to sport from Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace in 2014. But she managed to get clean after falling ill.

Trina said:  "Sometimes you have to hit rock bottom to make you stand up and realise." Her recovery began after collapsing while working as a Sky Sports TV pundit in December 2019 when her weight plunged to just seven stone, and she spent a month in hospital.

Trina has now been sober for 18 months and has vowed to use her experience to help others with alcoholism.

rina revealed drink took control as she struggled with depression, the end of her marriage and coming out as gay.

Trina goes on to say, "My problems began when I separated from my husband."

"I then had to deal with my sexuality as I was petrified that I was going to lose my sponsors, friends and whether my family would understand.”

"I didn't come out to my family for quite a while, and I was worried that I was disappointing people, and the pressure began to build.”

"I never went on the stage to perform drunk, but as tournaments went on, I was getting so tired because I was drinking every day and physically couldn't cope."

Trina admitted she had been on a "gradual slippery slope" for over 20 years.

"Looking back now, I thought I could find the answers to my problems at the bottom of a bottle, but when those answers didn't appear, I just opened another bottle to look for them there!"

Trina, who first threw her first dart at the aged two, at her parents' pub in Southam, Warwickshire, and went on to domina the women's game, winning her first world title in 2001. She made the BDO World Finals on all occasions it was staged from 2001 -2020

However,  by 2019 she weighed seven stones and revealed: "My organs were beginning to shut down".
"I spent a month in hospital, over Christmas and New Year, and I've not had a drink since then.

"The warning signs had been there for the years running up to my collapse. I had to pull out of the world championship because I physically wasn't strong enough. I was throwing at the board, and I couldn't even reach the treble 20, I had no power whatsoever."

Her family and friends had been trying to tell her for years that drink was taking hold of her life, but she wouldn’t accept their observation.

Trina said: "When I was told that the drinking was the problem, I would react and shout that it wasn't the drink.

"I just couldn't come to terms with the fact that drink was the problem. With the help of being dry, I can now recognise what they were all seeing – that I was an alcoholic."

"My sisters and brother have been amazing, and they say now it's like having the old Trina back.".

"I let them down along the way, but you have to get your head around that it is a disease and an illness, and you just have to come to terms with it."

Trina hopes that opening up about her problems will help fellow addicts and said: "I'd like others to think about what they're doing, are they in control?

"It really took hold of me, and I would urge anyone who feels themselves sinking to speak to someone, to get help, before it gets hold of them."

"I’m so much happier now that I’ve finally admitted I had a problem, that’s the first step. Help is out there, and it could save your life.”

Full interviews can be read in the Sunday Mirror on May 2, 2021, or you can view her video recording (above) with OnLineTV.


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Apr 20

Trina confirms World Senior Darts Tour

Trina has confirmed her place at the World Senior Darts Tours. The Golden Girl holds Ten World titles, second only to Phil Taylor famous sixteen titles.

The World Senior Darts Championships features players over the age of fifty and has more former World Champions than any other event.

Trina has said she is really looking forward to taking part and play some of the other legends of the sport. Phil Taylor, Tony David, John Part, Leas Wallace, Richie Burnett, Wayne Warren, John Walton, Andy Fordham, Martin Adams, Ted Hankey, Dennis Priestley, John Lowe, Keith Deller, Bob Anderson, and many more…



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