Tonia Antoniazzi MP will be playing darts at the world-famous Alexandra Palace for charity on Thursday 21st December.
The Gower MP will face off against three other MPs at the “Ally Pally” in a competition to score the highest with three darts, with the winner banking £2000 for the charity of their choice.
Tonia won the opportunity to play at the Alexandra Palace after beating sixteen-time World Champion Phil Taylor’s six dart score with only nine darts.
The reception, hosted by William Hill at the House of Commons, allowed MPs to compete for the opportunity to raise money for charity with at least £500 already guaranteed for 4th place.
Tonia said “It’s all for a good cause and I hope I can raise as much money as possible for “Hands 4 Alan” and the Gower Co-responder fund.”
“Hygrove Homes and Gower Brewery have also agreed to sponsor me and match the money I raise which is fantastic.”
“I’ll be walking out to Bonnie Tyler’s Holding out for a Hero, which was decided by voters on twitter and my darts nickname is going to be Tonia “Gower Power” Antoniazzi.
Hannah Jones of Hands for Alan said “Hands for Alan are very honoured to have been chosen as one of Tonia's charities for the darts match. We thank you and wish you the very best of luck. #teamtonia”
Hygrove Homes spokesman Ben Francis said “Tonia has chosen two worthy charities and we feel that its only right to match whatever she wins.”
Gower Brewery spokesman Steve Rees said "Gower brewery are pleased that 'The Gower Power' has reached the finals in what is very much an enjoyable and social game"