WDF World Cup 2011 Republic of Ireland – results

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WDF World Cup
Castlebar, Republic of Ireland
20-24 September 2011

For the first time in WDF World Cup history, a country swept all 3 World Cups.  The England Men’s team dominated the competition by winning the men’s World Cup by 72 points.  England men’s team won the team event, finished 1st and top 32 in the men’s pairs and 1st and 2nd in the men’s singles events.  Team Finland finished 2nd overall followed by team Sweden.   Wales and Belgium rounded out the top 5.

In the Women’s World Cup race, team England won by 31 points and almost doubled the points earned by 2nd place Wales.  England received their points by winning the Womens Pairs and receiving a first place finish and top 4 finish in the Women’s singles event.  Netherlands, Finland and Japan rounded out the top 5.

England completed the sweep by taking the Youth World Cup by 18 points over Germany.  England won the Youth pairs and the Youth girls events and received a top 4 in the boys singles.  Netherlands, Finland and Australia rounded out the top 5.

The WDF Executive wishes to thank the Irish National Darts Organisation (INDO) for their faultless management of the 2011 WDF World Cup which was arranged at the Breaffy House Resort, Castlebar, last week. The willingness and friendliness of all the officials and staff will long be remembered.

Results

Overall
Men England
Women England
Youth England

Singles
Men Scott Waites England
Women Trina Gulliver England
Boys Jimmy Hendriks Netherlands
Girls Fallon Sherrock England

Pairs
Men Adams/O’Shea England
Women Gulliver/Hedman England
Youth Jones/Sherrock England

Team
Men England

WDF World Cup – Men

WDF World Cup – Women

WDF World Cup – Youth

Points Table Points Table Points Table
Singles Singles Boys Singles RR & Finals
Girls Singles RR & Finals
Pairs Pairs RR 1-4 RR 5-8 & Finals Youth Mixed Pairs RR & Finals
Team RR & Finals
Singles Averages Singles Averages Boys Singles Averages
Girls Singles Averages

 

WDF World Cup 2011 Republic of Ireland overall champions men, women, youth – Team England