PRO DARTS PLAYER VISITS SQUAD

Perth Glory this morning had a special visit from an exceptional Western Australian family.

Perth Glory this morning had a special visit from an exceptional Western Australian family.

Professional Darts Corporation (T.D.C) Tour Card holder, avid Perth Glory supporter and fellow West Australian, Kyle Anderson, greeted the players at their training headquarters this morning along with his son (Charlie), wife and Grandfather.

Anderson comes from an influential and well-respected family, having his grandfather being the first Indigenous teacher in W.A and his brother, a fellow darts player, making the final 32 in the PDC World Championship for 2014.

“Having such a respectable West Australian family come to visit the players at training today really is an honor for us, and to show some support back to Kyle, who is an active supporter of our club when he is here in Perth and especially when he is overseas, is special” CEO Jason Brewer said.

“It was a pleasure to meet Mr. Anderson-s family today and a privilege to meet his Grandfather, the first Indigenous teacher in W.A”. He continued, “We were able to talk about some possibilities for some future community work, and hopefully, form some partnerships for future success-”.

Kyle was presented with a cap signed by all the players, and his son Charlie even got amongst the action going through some agility ladders with First Team squad member, Scott Jamieson.

We wish Kyle and his family all the best as he flies out to England tonight for first tournament in the 40 round tour this weekend in London.

You can follow Kyle Anderson-s career and personal insights through his Facebook Page HERE.