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Darts Night this weekend

4 December 2012

MK Dons are used to shooting from distance but this weekend they will be firing their arrows in a Celebrity Pro-AM Charity Darts night at stadiummk.

First team players Alan Smith, Antony Kay, Ian McLoughlin, Gary MacKenzie, Darren Potter and Dean Lewington will be joined by Alex Rae and assistant manager Mick Harford in the Club’s first ever darts competition.

In aid of Prostate Cancer UK, the Football Leagues official charity of 2012/13, and the MK Dons Sport and Education Trust’s disability teams, the Clydesdale Bank Ballroom will play host to a cracking Christmas celebration of darts with former-PDC World Champions Adrian Lewis and Steve Beaton on board as well as the MK Dons representatives.

Former double world champion Dennis “The Menace” Priestley, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2007, will also feature in the star-studded night while Sky Darts walk-on girl Nicola Cowell and PDC MC Paul Wills will also be in attendance.

For some it’s only a game and a chance to raise money for two worthwhile causes, but the contingent at MK Dons have all picked out their specialised dart shirts and their darts, which have been provided by Unicorn, for the event as well as their entrance music.

Doors will open at 4pm on the Sunday allowing fans the chance to watch the West Ham v Liverpool game which will be shown on the big screen prior to the darts commencing at 6pm.

Tickets for the event are still on sale from the Box Office, priced at £12 per head with season ticket holders entitled to a £2 discount. If you’re coming as a group, you can purchase a centre stage ‘Gold Table’ for £295 exc. Vat which will allow ten people to enjoy the event while also being treated to a Pie and Chips dinner – a perfect way Christmas works or office party.

All proceeds from the night will go to Prostate Cancer UK and the MK Dons SET with the various raffles, sweepstakes and photo opportunities providing supporters with a chance to raise money for two very worthy causes.

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