Three-Year-Old Kane Luter Taking Darts World By Storm

28/09/2011 11:56 | Updated 22 May 2015

A boy of three has been accepted into a darts academy for over-eights - despite not being able to count his scores!

Little Kane Luter - who was born with a hole in his heart - has been described as a potential 'world-beater', with professionals saying they cannot believe their eyes when watching him play.

The toddler is the youngest player to have ever been accepted by the Steve Brown Darts Academy.

The club's owner, professional player Steve Brown, says Kane - who is just 3ft 3inches tall - 'throws from the adult distance and if he aims for 20, he'll hit it one in three.'

Kane lives with his grandparents in Taunton, Somerset, and played his first game aged just ONE when his 51-year-old grandad, Adrian, gave him a magnetic dartboard.

The little boy now practises his game every day before and after nursery, although his granny Amanda, 49, says he would 'play all day if he could,' and has been known to put in TWELVE HOUR sessions!

Check out the video of little Kane's prowess!

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