| The Moosta|
Last 64: 2007
| 12 November 1990 (age 25)
Australia (1990-11-12) |
Mitchell Clegg Wikipedia
Mitchell Clegg (born 12 November 1990) is an Australian darts player. He lives in Newcastle, New South Wales. Clegg won the Oceanic Masters title at the age of just 15 years, 345 days. This meant he was the youngest player ever to qualify for the PDC World Darts Championship. Around the time of his 16th birthday, Clegg suffered a personal loss, when a fire in a plug point on the kitchen wall of his home led to it being burned down and subsequently demolished.
His debut at the 2007 PDC World Championship ended in the first round with a 0-3 defeat to Raymond van Barneveld who went on to win his fifth world title.
After his World Championship experience, Clegg competed in the AGP tour affiliated with the PDC as well as competing in WDF ranked events in the Oceanic region but has failed to gain much success thus far. He reached the final of the 2009 Central Coast Australian Classic but lost 6-0 in the final to Anthony Fleet.