Past tournament information details featured within this year have been removed from this sectionNov 22
Trina Gulliver MBE Gold Cup Champion for the third time
Nine-time Lakeside World Champion Trina Gulliver, who also last won this title in 2003, rolled back the years with wins over Michelle Andrews, Tracy Bishop, Tina Neylon and Stacey Ellis before dispatching of Roz Bulmer 3-0 in the semi-finals. She faced 2001 Gold Cup Champion Nikki Furse in the final. The pair traded the opening legs of the final comfortably, before Gulliver surged ahead critically in the fourth, and landed Double 18 with the last dart in hand to seal her first win of 2014.
Trina said: “I am delighted to win this title for a third time. There is always something special about winning on the Lakeside stage. This is a Golden Cup for a Golden Girl. To win my first title of 2014 means a lot, and I plan to use this as a sphis year.”
Victory for England Ladies, Men, Girls and Boys
Trina Gulliver Captains England Ladies to another British International victory. England Wales 5 - 2 and Scotland 5 - 1.
Trina earns her 63rd England Cap at the 2014 Britsih Internationals. Trina is the most capped Ladies darts player of all time.
Trina Gulliver MBE 24th January 2014
Trina’s investiture took place on Friday 24th January 2014 at Buckingham Palace. The original scheduled date, 3rd October 2013, was postponed for Trina because it coincided with the Darts World Cup in Canada, an event that takes place once every two years. Trina captained England to a successful World Cup Victory.
Trina was presented her MBE medal by HRH Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace accompanied by her civil partner Susan Gulliver nee Biddle. Trina wishes to thank everyone who took the time to nominate her for the award. She joins only one other professional dart player to receive an MBE Eric Bristow who received his honour in 1989.
Trina - BBC West Inside Out
Short nine minute BBC documentary Video as Trina prepares for the Lakeside World Darts Championship 2014