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Mark Robinson (darts player)

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Nickname  Seaham Red Star
World Grand Prix  Last 32: 2002
Home town  England
Name  Mark Robinson
PDC  2002-2012
Role  Darts player
World Ch'ship  First Round: 2003

UK Open  Last 64: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

Mark Robinson was an English professional darts player who played in the Professional Darts Corporation.



Robinson played in his first professional tournament in 1997 which was the News of the World Championship, he was beat in his first match by Colin Fowler 2-1. The next time he played in a professional tournament was 2003 when he played in the World Grand Prix in Dublin. Again, he lost in his first match to Alex Roy 2-1. The first World Championship he played in was the 2003 PDC World Championship. He was beat by Reg Harding in round one, 4-3. His first professional tournament win came in 2004 when he won the UK Open North West Regional Final by beating Mark Dudbridge 2-0 in the final. He also beat Dennis Priestley 5-4 in round one of the tournament. His second and most recent tournament win came in 2009 when he won the Nottinghamshire Open by beating Neil Birkin in the final.

Tournament wins

  • Nottinghamshire Open: 2009
  • UK Open North West Regional Final: 2004
  • Best performances in major tournaments

  • PDC World Championship (last 40): 2003
  • World Grand Prix (last 32): 2002
  • UK Open (last 64): 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
  • News of the World Championship (last 32): 1997
  • References

    Mark Robinson (darts player) Wikipedia

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