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Trina Gulliver MBE investiture will now take place at Buckingham Palace on the 24th January 2014. The original scheduled date, 3rd October 2013, coincided with the Darts World Cup (this year in Canada) an event that takes place once every two years. Trina, Captain of the England ladies squad, asked if the investiture date could be revised and under the circumstances Buckingham Palace agreed.
For those of you visiting for the first time and wanting to find out more about me and my career in darts. I am the nine-time winner of the Women's World Darts Championship and captain of the England international ladies' darts team. There is plenty here for you to discover.
For every visitor this new website will keep you all up to date with my progress in tournaments, my whereabouts in terms of exhibitions and personal appearances and my life in general. If you are interested in booking me for an exhibition or personal appearance then booking could not be easier. Simply check out my events page to see if I am free and then send me an e-mail via my exhibition page.
My unprecedented success in women's darts over the years could not have been achieved without the support of my sponsors. As you browse through the site you will see how important it is to have sponsors onboard helping me to achieve my goals. I have a great team behind me and that fills me with confidence. Thanks also to many fans, my family and my friends who have continued to encourage me over the years through the best and worst of times.
Rest assured that I will continue to do my best to represent women's darts across the globe in the months and years to come - and of course to win many more trophies.
I hope you enjoy the new web site. Your feedback is always welcome.
Lots of Love
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2011 Trina Gulliver was crowned queen of darts yet again for a record-breaking ninth time after beating Welsh player Rhian Edwards 2-0 in a repeat performance of the Lakeside Women's World Darts Championship 2010 final.