||8. November 1991
||22g Red Dragon
Young Welshman Jamie Lewis started to play darts when he was eight years old. From 2007 he stood in the limelight as a BDO youth player. He won the Youth World Masters, once the Youth World Cup and several other tournaments. Three years he was the captain of the Welsh youth national team.
2011 he started to play the PDC Youth Tour and reached the quarterfinals of the PDC Youth World Championship. In January 2012 Lewis took part in the
PDC Qualifying School and secured himself a Tour Card. In the same year he won two events of the Development Tour and qualified for the UK Open and the PDc World Championship 2013. 2013 Lewis won a Challenge Tour event and reached the final of the Gribraltar Darts Trophy, an event of the PDC European Tour. By this he qualified for the World Matchplay, but lost first round. He returned to the World Matchplay in 2015, was nominated together with Mark Webster as Team Wales for the PDC World Cup and reached the quarterfinals of the World Grand Prix. He stayed without success in the PDC World Championship till he at least won his first match in 2017. "017 was not a good year for Lewis but at least he managed to qualify for the World Championship and caused an upset when he played himsel into the semi-finals. He couldn't build on this success till now though he reached the third round of the PDC World Championship 2019.
|PDC World Championship||Semi-Finals||2018|
|World Masters||Last 24||2010|
|World Masters Youth||Winner||2009|
|World Matchplay||Last 16||2015|
|World Grand Prix||Quarterfinals||2015|
|UK Open||Last 16||2014|
|PDC World Cup of Darts||Last 32|| 2015|
|World Series of Darts Finals||Quarterfinals|| 2018|
|WDF World Cup||Semi-Finals||2011|
|WDF World Youth Cup||Winner||2009|