Dear ladies and gentlemen,
During the weekend of 26th & 27th March 2016 a new two folded international darts tournament will be organized by the Waregemse Darts Organisation at the Youth Centre Waregem, Zuiderlaan 46.
On Saturday the Napoleon Games Top of Waregem will be held and on Sunday the Napoleon Games Masters of Waregem, both single tournaments. Saturday there is a prize fund of 6.000 euro and on Sunday one of 10.000 euro. Both tournaments count toward the international rankings of both WDF as BDO and are played under auspices of the Belgian Darts Federation.
Both days doors open at 9am for a 10am start. Entry fee is 19 euro for ladies and men and 11 euro for youth series. Entry is possible through the online entry form up until 15th March 2016.
All information is available at www.mastersofwaregem.be
Waregemse Darts Organisatie
‘Wolfie’ Martin Adams is celebrating today after claiming his fourth Dutch Open Championship last night. The three times World Champion from Peterborough won three sets to one in a competition that attracted a field of more than 3,000 players. For Adams it was the fourth time he won this title. Earlier he became Dutch Open Champion in 2010, 2011 and 2015. In a thrilling final, his opponent Danny Noppert from Holland played well and threw a 170 and 161 finish.
Both darters were serenaded by the enthusiastic darts fans in the Bonte Wever in Assen. Martin ‘Wolfie’ Adams picked up the trophy and wins an amount of € 5,000 euros.The Englishman was lucky in the semi-final against Kevin McDine. Adams lost the first set, but because ‘Supa Mc’ missed a lot of doubles the experienced ‘Wolfie’ came back and won the match 2-1 in sets.
In the women’s final it was Lisa Ashton who won the title for the first time. In a thrilling final against Lorraine Winstanley she bent a 4-2 deficit into a 5-4 victory. We also have three fantastic youth champions. Maikel Verberk claimed the boys title for the second time in a row, Priscilla Steenbergen took the girls title and Gian van Veen was the strongest by the under 14.
WDF Tables updated with these results 02/02/2015
The Hungarian Darts Federation would like to inform all the players that the dates of this year’s WDF-BDO Hungarian Open have been changed. The new dates are 2nd-3rd-4th September. We are really looking forward to your honorable presence at these dates.
Hungarian Darts Federation
1st Edition off the Romanian Darts Festival was a success. Over 260 men and 60 ladies played in both BDO and WDF ranked international tournaments, playing for points and for 12500 euro prize money.
We thank you for being a part of the festival and we are waiting for you and your friends next year for the 2nd edition.
Greetings from Bucharest!
Romanian Darts Federation
Jamie Hughes retained his Romanian Classic title and won 1500 euro winners prize, as he defeated Alan Bell 6-1 in Sunday’s final, topped off with a fabulous 106.17 average. The ladies final of the Romanian Classic 2016 went down to a deciding leg between Anette Tillbom and Hana Belobradkova – the Swede held her nerve for a 5-4 win and the 200 euro winners prize. Rachel Brooks defeated Marjolein Noijens 5-3 in the final of the Romanian International Open 2016, seeing her also claim a 200 euro prize, while Fabian Roosenbrand won 1,400 euro as he beat Scott Baker 6-3 in the men’s final.
WDF Tables updated 05/02 with these results.
Las Vegas Open played 23/01/2016 had 297 men and 118 women. Winner in men Benny Dersch USA and in women Paula Murphy USA.
WDF Tables updated 31/01/2016 with these results.
Quebec Open played 17/01/2016 in Drummondville QC 106 men and 41 women. Men’s winner Dawson Murschell Canada and women’s winner Cindy Hayhurst Canada.
WDF Tables updated 23/01/2016
Pacific Youth Masters 13/01/2016 Murray Bridge SA. 35 boys and 30 girls. Boys winner Cody King Australia and girls winner Rebbecca Justice Australia.
WDF Youth Tables updated 23/1/2016
The organizers of the Romanian Festival have experienced difficulties with their online entries due to a large number of malicious entries being made. There is some uncertainty regarding genuine entries. The BDO have been advised that the safest way for players to be certain of a place is to make payment in advance.