Colourful ‘Snakebite’ wins Clickimin darts tournament

Dunecht 4x4 Shetland Darts Masters 2015 Champion Peter
Dunecht 4×4 Shetland Darts Masters 2015 Champion Peter “Snakebite” Wright with his trophy. Photo: Kevin Jones

Professional darts player Peter “Snakebite” Wright won last night’s Dunecht 4×4 Shetland Darts Masters tournament at Clickimin.

The colourful Scotsman, with his traditional dyed Mohican haircut and stick-on tattoos, beat his Dutch opponent Raymond van Barneveld 8-6 in the final.

Wright and van Barneveld  had earlier defeated Tony O’Shea and John Henderson 8-5 in the semi-finals.

Also taking part were Robert Thornton, Vincent van der Voort, James Wade and Simon Whitlock. Michael van Gerwen from Holland had earlier withdrawn from the tournament.

• Full report in next Friday’s Shetland Times.


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  • Joanne wright

    • April 19th, 2015 22:16

    The snake is not a stick on tattoo it is airbrushed on and hand painted by me.

  • Billy douglas

    • July 7th, 2017 23:26

    Fab dart player. Fab tattoos.
    Sick trousers.😛😲


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