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.
Updated 2020 Trina had played 71 times for her Country Winning on 61 Occasions.
The first Women’s World Darts Champion
World Darts Champion ten times more than any other female dart player.
Recorded the top three-dart averages in the women’s BDO World Darts Championships.
To date, the only female dart player to hold an MBE for services to darts and charity work.
Trina was the only female player to qualify in all BDO World Darts Championships. The BDO went into administration in 2020.