TOP DARTS players try to raise funds for the family of the tragic Kyle Anderson.

Popular PDC player Anderson, who peaked 22 in the world and hit a nine-darter from Ally Pally, died this week at the age of 33.

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Stars from the world of darts have set up a GoFundMe page to support Kyle Anderson’s family after his tragic death

The Australian leaves behind his wife Tara, young son Charles and five-month-old baby Marcus.

His manager has set up a GoFundMe page for donations.

And thanks to the work of their best buddy Damon Heta, the players are giving away signed jerseys.

Stars like Phil Taylor, the 16-time world champion, James Wade, Glen Durrant and Michael Smith have all contributed.

Australian number 40 Heta said: Thank you everyone for the overwhelming love and support.

“It just shows how loved Kyle was and how much he will be missed.”

Earlier this month, Anderson posted a picture of himself in the hospital on his Instagram account along with a caption that read, “It’s getting all too regular now.”

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The darts superstar from Perth fell ill with Covid-19 in 2020 and struggled with diabetes, but a cause of death has not yet been confirmed.

Anderson took the darts world by storm in December 2013 after scoring a nine-darts finish at the televised World Cup last year.

The player was a regular participant in Alexandra Palace every Christmas, made seven appearances and won six competitions on the most prestigious stage of the PDC.

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And he later reached the quarter-finals of the UK Open 2016 and the EM semi-finals in 2017.

The popular dart ace’s death came just a month after the death of dart icon Andy ‘the Viking’ Fordham.

The London-born star, who had a successful career in the sport, won the 2004 BDO World Darts Championship.

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Australian darts star Kyle Anderson has died at the age of 33