'The Heatseeker'

'The Heatseeker'

Matchups:

Player Played Won Lost Win %
Chris 'The Glutton' Lowther 1 1 0 100
Chris 'The Terrorist' Harris 1 1 0 100
Claude 'Ze Frog' Rossi 1 1 0 100
Dan 'Rock Steady' Rigby 1 1 0 100
David 'The Admiral' Nelson 1 1 0 100
Catflap 1 1 0 100
Gav Musk 1 1 0 100
Jo 'Rocky of the Oche' Skelton 1 1 0 100
Niall 'Crazy Horse' Conlon 1 1 0 100
Phil 'The Captain' Morgan 1 1 0 100
Si 'Family Man' Rickwood 1 1 0 100
Simon 'The Master' Moss 3 3 0 100
'The Duke' 6 5 1 83.33
Declan 'The Rage' McGill 10 8 2 80
Jono 'El 8 Bal' Seward 4 3 1 75
Ed 'Feng Shui' Hay 4 2 2 50
'The Hero' 9 4 5 44.44
Charlie 'Be My Valentine' Ballentine 3 1 2 33.33
Matt 'Smart Dart' Hart 3 1 2 33.33
James 'Frankendart' Hewitt 7 2 5 28.57
Jim 'Quick Draw' Barnes 1 0 1 0
Chris 'Galactico' Hewitt 1 0 1 0
'The Matador' 1 0 1 0
Gareth 'Bullyseye' Thomas 1 0 1 0

Profile

Formerly known as “The Colin Montgomery of Darts”, having for a long time been the greatest player never to win a major, John expunged this moniker when, against the odds, he blazed a trail to win Lard 2009. He has since been known as “The Ian Woosnam of Darts”, but is aiming one day to become “The Tiger Woods of Darts”. Just don’t tell The Wife. Widely acknowledged as the most intelligent, handsome and witty member of the Trident, The Heatseeker is also the host of the world’s foremost outdoors darts competition, The Bermuda Classic. The Bermuda Classic has unfortunately only been held infrequently in recent years, due mainly to the fact that The Heatseeker has been secretly serving in Iraq and Afghanistan as part of the SDS (Special Darts Service) in a bid to win the war on terror. His watchword is, as ever, the SDS’ motto: He Who Darts, Wins.

Favourite Double: Double Top
AKA: Pre-LARD 2009 - The Colin Montgomery of Darts, post-LARD 2009 - The Ian Woosnam of Darts
Points: 8.25
Rank: 6
Match Win %: 62.50% (Played: 64, Won: 40)
Group Win %: 52% (Played: 31, Won: 16, Ranking: 15)

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