WDF WORLD CUP 2015: KEMER TURKEY: 27-31 OCTOBER

The following teams have been announced:

AUSTRIA

Men: August Jost – Martin Kurecka – Aaron Hardy – Barnhard Tschinkowitz

Women: Daniella Paissoni – Katrin Spitzer – Manuela Brandstetter – Michaela Thoth

CATALONIA

Men: Carles Arola – Raul Inveron – Hilari Pons – Oscar Valenzuela

FINLAND

Men: Kim Viljanen – Asko Niskala – Uki Takkinen – Marko Kantele

Women: Kaisu Rekinen – Sari Nikula – Maret Liiri – Kirsi Viinikainen

GREECE

Men: Ioannis Selachoglou – Christos Papadopoulos – John Michael – Stavros Manasis

NORTHERN IRELAND

Men: David Glen – Kyle McKinstry – Rodney Greer – Neil Duff

Women: Grace Crane – Kayleigh O’Neill – Gail Mullan – Charlene Kane

SWITZERLAND

Men: Phillipe Ruckstuhl – Patrick Rey – Thomas Junghans – Urs Vonrufs

Women: Jeanette Stoop – Katharina Vonrufs – Deborah Speck – Daniela Büel

WALES

Men: Jim Williams – Wayne Warren – Martin Phillips – Mark Layton

Women: Rhian Edwards – Julie Gore – Katie Bellerby – Rhian Griffiths

 

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Asada and Sherrock win Japan Open. Kakeru Saito takes the youth title.

Mens Results Country   Womens Results Country
1. Seigo Asada Japan   1. Fallon Sherrock England
2. Berry Van Peer Netherlands   2. Akari Oshirp Japan
3. Gordon Dixon USA   3. Asako Hiyama Japan
3. Hiroaki Shimizu Japan   3. Chie Sendoda Japan
5. Shek Prince Hongkong   5. Matyumi Ouchi Japan
5. Nobuhiro Yamamoto Japan   5. Kiyo Shimizu Japan
5. Hiroto Ichimiya Japan   5. Yoshie Sato Japan
5. Jumpei Machida Japan   5. Kaori Sagawa Japan
9. Shigemitsu Kikuchi Japan   9. Erina Ogura Japan
9. Katsuya Kuninaka Japan   9. Fumie Murakami Japan
9. Atsushi Kawaguchi Japan   9. Naomi Tomikawa Japan
9. Masaki Takahashi Japan   9. Mayumi Kurakata Japan
9. Keita Ono Japan   9. Sayaka Inoue Japan
9. Eikichi Nakanishi Japan   9. Yukie Sakaguchi Japan
9. Keiji Sato Japan   9. Mayu Aoki Japan
9. Katsuya Aiba Japan   9. Yoshie Hakkaku Japan
             
Youth Results Country        
1. Kakeru Saito Japan        
2. Maira Kumashiro Japan        
3. Yuta Hayashi Japan        
3. Lui Masa Hongkong        
5. Yuta Nochide Japan        
5. Shusaku Nakamura Japan        
5. Kazuma Matsuda Japan        
5. Seiya Namiki Japan        
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Australian Championships 2015

The 2015 Australian Darts Championships will be streamed live. The action starts at 2pm Western Australian time which is +8 hours GMT.

Click … here … for the link.

The stream is free of charge.

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NDB Grand Slam of Darts Qualifiers Location and Registration

NDB Grand Slam of Darts QualifierPRESSRELEASE DUTCH DARTS ASSOCIATION (NDB) NIEUWEGEIN – 14.07.2015

NDB Grand Slam of Darts Qualifiers Location and Registration Do you want to get a chance to play live on Sky Sports and in front of thousands of darts fans? Do you want to play a game against Phil Taylor, Michael van Gerwen or Gary Anderson? Then you should participate in the NDB qualifying tournament for the ‘Singha Beer Grand Slam of Darts’ and win a ticket! 

Who can participate?

  • Only players from European countries are eligible to play in this tournament excluding the United Kingdom and Ireland.
  • Players need to be 16 years of age on October 18, 2015. Players who have a Pro Tour card or ‘Tour Card holders’ and ‘ PDPA Associate Members (participants in Q-School or players with an ‘associate membership’) are not eligible to play. The BDO and the NDB have received a list of those players.

What is there to win?

Two players will qualify for the ‘Singha Beer Grand Slam of Darts 2015′ which will take place from 7/15 November in the ‘Wolverhampton Civic Hall’ in England. The ‘Singha Beer Grand Slam of Darts is a lucrative tournament. Last year this prestigious tournament had a total prize money of no less than 400,000 pounds.

Where and when?

The qualifying tournament will take place on October 18th in the NH Conference Centre Koningshof in Veldhoven. Exact times depend on the number of entries and will be announced in a later stage. The qualifying tournament will start in the morning and we aim to announce the winners in the early evening. For spectators, the entrance is free.

Address and route location:

Hotel NH Conference Centre Koningshof | Locht 117 | 5504 RM Veldhoven | The Netherlands

The NH Conference Centre Koningshof Eindhoven is well-known in the world of darts as the Dutch Open Darts was held there many years. From the bus stop outside the hotel, you can travel to the airport and the railway station of Eindhoven. The hotel is just 15 minutes by bus from Eindhoven and within 10 minutes you are at the airport. It is close to the A76 and the A2, which you can drive to Antwerp, Amsterdam and Maastricht. The hotel has 509 rooms, so plenty of opportunities to stay overnight.

How can you register?

There will be a registration module placed on our website (www.ndbdarts.nl). Registration is possible from Wednesday, August 5th 2015. The entrance fee is € 25.00 per player. If you have questions you can always contact the Head Office of the NDB at: www.ndbdarts.nl/toernooien/GSOD. More information about the ” Singha Beer Grand Slam of Darts 2015 can be found on the PDC website: www.pdc.tv.

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Peter Machin and Lorraine Burn win Pacific Masters!

Mens Results Country   Womens Results Country
1. Peter Machin Australia   1. Lorraine Burn Australia
2. Raymond O’Donnell Australia   2. Chrissy Sheerin Australia
3. Micheal Mullaney Australia   3. Corrine Hammond Australia
3. Raymond Smith Australia   3. Sandra Smith Australia
5. Justin Miles Australia   5. Jane Gambie Australia
5. Mitchell Clegg Australia   5. Michelle Mcgarry Australia
5. Andrew Townes Australia   5. Jordan Clarke Australia
5. Steve Duke SNR Australia   5. Tereasa Morris Australia
9. Rob Modra Australia   9. Kate Gifford Australia
9. Raymond Lane Australia   9. Emma Watkins Australia
9. Steve Luby Australia   9. Melissa Sinnott Australia
9. Owen McArthur Australia   9. Carol Johns Australia
9. Damon Heta Australia   9. Debbie Norton Australia
9. Matthew Brennan Australia   9. Teresa Hore Australia
9. Eddy Sims Australia   9. Fran Shore Australia
9. Lyle Warren Australia   9. Lee-Anne Faulkner Australia

 

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Krčmar and Ihasz win VIII Apatin Open

Mens Results Country   Womens Results Country
1. Boris Krčmar Croatia   1. Veronika Ihasz Hungary
2. Ron Meulenkamp Netherlands   2. Csilla Kovacs Hungary
3. Mario Ivelić Croatia   3. Anelia Eneva Bulgaria
3. Nandor Bezzeg Hungary   3. Kunka Ivanova Bulgaria
5. Zoran Keser Croatia   5. Dragana Tomešić Serbia
5. Jσzsef Rucska Hungary   5. Đurđina Miščević Serbia
5. Vlastimir Gavrilović Serbia   5. Boglarka Bokor Hungary
5. Aleksandar Borić Serbia   5. Tamara Milić Serbia
9. Igor Šestan Croatia   9. Sonja Mušikić Serbia
9. Slavko Brzić Croatia        
9. Miroslav Petrov Bulgaria        
9. Adam Abonyi Hungary        
9. Zoltan Balog Hungary        
9. Dragan Ivanović Serbia        
9. Tihomir Patrik Serbia        
9. Petar Vojnić Zelić Serbia        
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WDF Europe Cup Youth 2015

Netherlands and Republic of Ireland share the Boys overall Championship

Hungary take the Girls title

All results can be seen on the links below:

Girls Singles RR Boys Team RR
Girls Singles Finals Boys Team Finals
Girls Pairs RR Boys Pairs
Girls Pairs Finals Boys Singles
Girls Points Table Boys Points Table

 

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Razma and Hedman win Scottish Classic

Mens Results Country   Womens Results Country
1. Madars Razma Latvia   1. Deta Hedman England
2. Ted Hankey England   2. Julie Thompson England
3. Richard Baillie Scotland   3. Louise Hepburn Scotland
3. Steve Ritchie Scotland   3. Frances Lawson Scotland
5. Stevie Plank Scotland   5. Kate Smith Scotland
5. Andrew Davidson Scotland   5. Karen Cruikshanks Scotland
5. Scott Robertson Scotland   5. Emily Davidson Scotland
5. Sam Hewson England   5. Amanda Cox Scotland
9. Steve Pearce England   9. Kelly Montgomery Scotland
9. Jamie Clark Scotland   9. Lorraine Sunley Scotland
9. Ryan Hogarth Scotland   9. June McCallum Scotland
9. Chris Mackie Scotland   9. Moira Coughlin Scotland
9. Derek Cunningham Scotland   9. Dawn Longstaff England
9. Martin Atkins Lancashire   9. Debbie Waugh England
9. Cameron Menzies Scotland   9. Irene Hogarth Scotland
9. Dafydd Edwards Wales   9. Clare Cruikshanks Scotland
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Smith and Hammond win Central Coast Australian Classic

Mens Results Country   Womens Results Country
1. Raymond Smith Australia   1. Corrine Hammond Australia
2. Raymond Lane Australia   2. Sandra Smith Australia
3. Mitchell Clegg Australia   3. Sapphire Allen Australia
3. Aaron Petty Australia   3. Teresa Hore Australia
5. Scott Johnson Australia   5. Melissa Sinnott Australia
5. PJ Stafford Australia   5. Linda Dobbin Australia
5. Josh Townsend Australia   5. Fran Shore Australia
5. Mike Bonser Australia   5. Faith Kainuku Australia
9. Kevin Osbourn Australia   9. Emily Austin Australia
9. Rob Modra Australia   9. Raylene Miller Australia
9. Greg Walsh Australia   9. Zelma Moran Australia
9. Moses Kainuku Australia   9. Janette Jonathon NZ
9. Tony Chapman Australia   9. Lana Mlotkowski Australia
9. James Bailey Australia   9. Leanne Wilson Australia
9. Dan Chapman Australia   9. Tia Herbert (Junior) Australia
9. Kieran Burke Australia   9. Lavinia Hogg Australia
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WDF World Cup. Kemer, Turkey. 26th Oct. to 1st Nov. 2015.

In connection With the recent terrorist attack in Tunisia, the WDF has been requested to state it’s position with regard to the 2015 World Cup.

We are monitoring the situation closely and have frequent contact with Our Turkish hosts. As of today the WDF finds no reason for concern and fully expect the World Cup to take place as scheduled.

Should you feel the need for further guidance you are advised to visit the website of  your national government.

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