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Stoke-on-Trent’s mother and son team wins big on Bullseye TV!

The darts that love Debbie and Callum Matthews are celebrating after hitting the center when they appeared in a television game.

The mother and son team from Blythe Bridge were competitors of a revisited version of Bullseye with a darts theme, aired on ITV tonight in the final episode of Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow.

After beating two other couples, they won the chance to play for the Bully leaderboard.

So after winning the lottery – including a TV, a weekend in London and a vacation in Mexico – Debbie and Callum had the chance to bet on the prizes they had already won for a chance to win the stellar prize, one Mini Metro.

Debbie, 51, said, “Callum said, ‘do we have to keep what we have’? But I said,” We came with nothing, we could go on. “

“We had to hit the only darts target space that was not covered, but was made more difficult because the board rotated.



After beating two other couples, they won the chance to play for the Bully leaderboard

“We lost the first two darts, but Alan gave us a lifeline. He said he would give us a golden dart in exchange for one of the prizes we had already won, so we returned the waitress.

“So we had another chance and we won the car. We have won everything. “

Debbie added: “I loved it, it was a wonderful experience. I was on Family Fortunes 20 years ago and I wasn’t feeling nervous, but Callum was so calm.

“I was answering the questions and Callum was making darts. We have done really well. I have answered most of the questions and Callum has hit all the arrows. “



They left with a mini

Callum, 23 – who plays darts for The Jerry in Biddulph, Holditch and Staffordshire – said: “I would have been happy enough to go with what we had won rather than bet for the stellar prize.

“We had two or three passes in the last table. Then I was a little nervous about throwing the last dart, but I took it right in the corner.

“I was a little nervous when we were standing behind the curtain, but as soon as we got on the set all the nerves went.

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“We did some practice backstage, and one of the others was hitting 20s highs, bullseye, double top. But I don’t know if his nerves hit him when we got on the set.

“We won £ 700 in cash, so the prizes on the reward board. It was amazing. It was my first time on TV and that experience would have been enough without winning everything we did. “

You can watch the episode on ITV Hub.

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