| Andrew Robert Davies|
| 19 May 1983 (age 32)
Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales (1983-05-19) |
"Danger Zone" (1986) by Kenny Loggins
Andrew Davies (darts player) Wikipedia
Andrew Robert Davies (born 19 May 1983) is a former Welsh darts player who played under the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC).
Davies played in the 2003 UK Open, losing in the last 64 stage to Henry O'Neill. Davies then qualified for the 2003 Las Vegas Desert Classic, narrowly losing both group games to Wayne Mardle and Roland Scholten. Davies reached the 64 stage of the 2005 UK Open, winning two matches before losing 8-0 to Mark Holden. Since then though, Davies has not been able to qualify for a major event, his last big event came in the 2007 US Open, reaching the third round before losing to Scholten.
Davies announced his retirement from professional darts in May 2009.
Now Davies works for the PDC as Scoring Official.
Andrew currently lives with a Miss A Brumby near Pendine. He has a mother Sharon, brother Matthew and sister Hanna.