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Win a Signed Phil Taylor Dartboard and Set of Darts

We have teamed up with Unicorn Darts to run a competition in conjunction with the 2012 World Matchplay at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool.

Unicorn will be offering one lucky winner the chance to win a signed Phil Taylor dartboard, a brand new and just recently released Unicorn Eclipse HD Pro Dartboard and a set of darts as used by Phil himself.

In addition to that 'money can't buy prize' Unicorn will also be offering further prizes in this great competition. Two sets of darts will be up for grabs, as used by Premier League Players Kevin Painter Maestro Premier Tungsten and Gary Anderson Maestro Premier Players Choice.

You can follow Team Unicorn during The World Championships on Unicorn Twitter and Unicorn Facebook as well as on the Unicorn website.

Be a winner with Unicorn Darts.

CLOSING DATE: Monday 23rd July 2012 23:23

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Question: Where is the 2012 World Matchplay Championship being held?

Please provide an up to date contact number. This number will only be used to contact you if you have won.

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