Thursday November 28, 2013
Caitlin Gigg, a St Clair youngster at only 13 years of age, is already a champion dart player. In August she was named in the NSW Dart Team and has since competed at venues as far away as Moree in country NSW. In January she will head to Perth to take part in the National dart competition.
“I am very proud to meet a young champion in the making who is growing up in our local St Clair community.” Tanya Davies MP, Member for Mulgoa said.
Caitlin has motivation in abundance. She draws her strength from a very supportive family involvement starting with proud mum, Michelle Dubos, and older sister Michaela. The whole family has been very supportive in Caitlin’s ambition to be a top dart competitor.
"My whole family plays and I think I get it from my Mum and Dad," Caitlin said.
Together with her sister Michaela, they share the sport of darts and have a healthy competitive attitude with each other, which helps Caitlin to focus on continually improving on her best score.
“I admire her motivation to do her best, and to continually improve. On behalf of her local community I encourage Caitlin Gigg and wish her the very best of success as she prepares to compete in the next round of competition.” Tanya Davies said