George Killington Mission

George Killington Joins Mission

Mission Darts is pleased to announce the signing of PDC tour card holder George Killington.

The 27-year-old, who lives in Harlow, regained his tour card at UK Q-School earlier this year, having previously held a two-year tour card in 2018-2019 and 2022-2023.

Killington enjoyed a successful youth career with a pair of victories in the PDC system in 2014 and 2018 and also represented England as a youngster.

He was part of the boys team that won the 2013 British Internationals, following in the footsteps of his dad Paul, who also played for England during his own playing career.

On signing for Mission, he said: “I’m over the moon to get this deal done and be part of Team Mission. It’s an absolute pleasure for me to be able to work with some of the big names in darts.

"I’m ready to give my all to the sport and I believe teaming up with Mission will really help me to take the next steps forward in my career!”

Darryl Fitton, Mission’s player development manager, added: “I’ve been following George’s career for a while now and he’s a player that has been improving each year.

"I’m delighted to have George with us at Team Mission and look forward to welcoming him to the team. He has a very bright future in the game and I can’t wait to help him continue his progress on the PDC tour.”

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