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Name: Trina Gulliver MBE

Nick name: Golden Girl *

Born: 30th November 1969

Star Sign: Sagittarius

Home Town: Southam, Warwickshire

Occupation: Professional Darts Player

Nationality: English

Location: Cheddar, Somerset

Status: Married to Susan Gulliver
nee Biddle

Likes / Dislikes:
Likes cooking, music. Dislike nothing.

Favourite food: Steak and Tiger prawns

Walk-on music: You Sexy Thing by Hot Chocolate

* See FAQ

WALK-ON

You Sexy Thing by Hot Chocolate

 

'Trina’s Walk-on Music for the 2015 World Championships was 'These Days' by Take That however she reverted back later that year to the intro she had used since 2000, ‘You Sexy Thing’ by Hot Chocolate’

Trivia

  • Trina Gulliver Darts are 27grams, manufactured by Winmau
  • Trina is a skilled craftswomen, carpenter & joiner
  • Trina taught carpentry and joinery at Mid Warwickshire College
  • Trina first played darts in her parent's pub at the age of 2 standing on a chair!
  • Trina has been playing the drums since the age of 6
  • Trina was given the first ever "Civic Reception" in her hometown Southam on the 16th February 2003.
  • Trina has the highest 3 dart average in the Women's World Championship. It is 95.96 v Clare Bywaters in achieved 2006
  • Trina published her her autobiography "Golden Girl" in 2008
  • Trina, to date (2016), has played in all of the Ladies World Darts Finals since they began in 2001. She has won the event ten times and been runner-up twice.

HONOURS

    MBE
  • Awarded Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the Queen's Birthday Honours List 2013 for 'Services to Darts and Fund Raising'
  • England Ladies Team Captain 2003 - 2014
  • 'Trina Trail' Southam, Stratford: 2009
  • BBC Midlands Sports Personality: 2003
  • BBC South Sports Awards' Female Team: 2005
  • Coventry, Solihull & Warwickshire Sports Awards: 2005 / 2006
  • BDO Sports Personality: 1998 - 2006

England Darts Organisation ENGLAND

Trina’s first England appearance was in April 1994 when she was known by her maiden name Catrina Jones. Following a year’s break Trina returned to the England squad and then played continuously for England from 1997 – 2014.

Trina was made England Ladies Captain in February 2003 replacing the non-playing Captain Paddy Reeson. She held this a position until the end of 2014.

During the period 1994 – 2014 Trina had earned 63 England Caps and won on 55 occasions. Trina has been capped more for her Country than any other female darts players.

In 2016 following her 10th Lakeside World Ladies title victory Trina returned to the England Squad and continues to earn more caps adding to her history breaking record on each occasion.

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