PJ and tungsten

By Editorial Staff 25/11/2021

PJ Stewart has become the latest young talent to join Winmau’s Team 360 programme, headed up by Steve Brown. The Team 360 project has immediately begun to pay dividends for its squad member with many attracting attention within months of the launch.

PJ, 16-years old is a two-time National Champion at the youth level in the United States. Together with European members and a strong UK element the global touch is especially gratifying.

This week, PJ is in Gibraltar with some of the JDCs other top young stars and his new Team 360 teammates for the JDC World Championships, a week consisting of four of the JDC’s top events, the World Cup, the Gibraltar Junior Open, the MvG Masters and the JDC Darts Finals.

Upon signing, PJ told Winmau, “I am blown away to join Winmau and Team 360. I can’t wait to work with Steve and get to know everyone.”

PJ was presented his Team 360 shirt by Steve Brown in Gibraltar on Monday, ahead of the week’s action.

After the presentation, Steve told us, “PJ is a fantastic young player. He has a huge potential and I have no doubt he will go far in the sport. I am delighted to welcome him to Team 360 and can’t wait to see what he can achieve.”

Marketing Director for Winmau, Simon Hall added, “As a two-time National Champion PJ has already proved how talented he is. We are looking forward to seeing him enjoy playing in Gibraltar this week.”

Darts World and especially our coaching contributors have followed the progress of Team 360 with interest and will be keeping tabs on their progress in the coming months and years, Good luck to them all.

Lead Image: Winmau


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