In a series of player profiles, we are going to bring you the lowdown on the weird and wonderful players in the World of darts.
First up, we take a look at 54-year-old Terry Jenkins.
Where it all Began
Englishman Jenkins comes from the town of Ledbury in Herefordshire.
The man known as ‘The Bull’ began life on the BDO in the early 1990’s but really came to prominence in 2003 when he reached the quarter-finals of the BDO World Masters.
Combining both the PDC and BDO, Jenkins career took off with 2007 something of a benchmark year.
He reached the quarter-final of the BDO World Darts Trophy and on the PDC came runner-up at the Desert Classic, World Grand Prix, and was runner-up in the Premier League as well as winning three other tournaments throughout the year.
What has he won?
Despite coming close on a number of occasions on the biggest of stages, Jenkins is yet to win that showpiece title.
However, that is not to say he has not been a consistent winner on tour.
He won his first big win came in 2003 at the Open Oost Nederland and a year later won the Bob Anderson Classic.
2005 saw Jenkins take the Sunparks Masters and his first of three Antwerp titles and the Open Hotel Zwartewater.
2006 saw more improvement by winning his second Antwerp title, the Swindon Open, and his second Open Hotel Zwartewater.
His breakthrough year in 2007 saw him claim his third Antwerp title and the Antwerp Darts trophy with 2008 bringing the Killarney Pro Tour.
Since then, Jenkins has gone on to win a further four tournaments and to this day is a regular on the PDC European Tour.
In 2011, Jenkins nearly reached the summit of World Darts reaching the semi-final of the PDC World Darts Championship losing out to Gary Anderson 6-2 in the last four.