Justin Hewitt, 17, averages 113 in local tournament in Gibraltar

At just 17-years of age, Justin Hewitt averaged 113 in a local tournament over in Gibraltar.

Hewitt represented Gibraltar at the Junior Darts Corporation World Championships in December and has made huge strides on the Gibraltar Youth scene ever since.

The 17-year-old pinned checkouts of 158 and 156 and hit legs of 15, 14 and 11 darts to come out a 3-0 winner in the Adults First Division Singles tournament held on the ‘Rock’.

This staggering average comes just a week after 13-year-old Leighton Bennett fired in a 107 average on his British Internationals debut.

Hewitt will be eligible to attempt to qualify for the Gibraltar Darts Trophy in September, as well as once again representing his country at the JDC World Championships – which will be held in Gibraltar for the first time.

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