The World Darts Championship is underway but these three darting greats are focused on another target.
Dennis Priestley, Martin Adams and Bobby George have joined the fight against prostate cancer and recently met at a pub that is backing the same cause.
They were at The Minories in London's Tower Hill for a Men United Arms event. The campaign is encouraging pubs to raise funds and awareness in the battle against the disease.
Both Martin 'Wolfie' Adams and Dennis 'The Menace' Priestley have had their own fights with prostate cancer.
Dennis (pictured below) said: "I'm the proof after 10 years if you get it diagnosed early enough you can beat prostate cancer.
"I always tell people not to be shy; to go and see their doctors if they are worried. Being shy could cost you your life."
Martin, who was diagnosed last year, added: "The support I have received has been unbelievable and overwhelming, both locally and from the darting community.
"I've also met and spoken to a lot of people who are going through prostate cancer or know someone or are just worried about it. I always say to go and speak to a doctor or look on the Prostate Cancer UK website.
"The wealth of information on there is incredible and not just the information but a whole community of people who are going through the same thing and can react and speak to each other in the forum."
"Prostate Cancer affects every community. 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed in the UK and 1 man dies from prostate cancer every 45 minutes. I encourage all landlords to turn their pubs into a Men United Arms to help us save men's lives."
Inapub is joining forces with Prostate Cancer UK next year. Check out your January edition for more details.
To find out how you could help stop prostate cancer being a killer visit: prostatecanceruk.org/darts
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