Pacific Youth Masters 2016, Australia – results

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

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Watch darts live from Lithuania, Sat 16/1/2016

Saturday January 16th Lithuanian Masters ONLINE with Darius LabanauskasMadars Razma
Schedule GMT+0200
11:00 qualifying tournament
13:00 main tournament
Around 16:00 semifinals
Around 17.30 finals

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WDF member countries may inform live streaming of their tournaments (also non WDF ranking, like Lithuanian Masters).
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Romanian Darts Festival 2016

CaptureThe 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.

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Registration Dutch Open Darts closes on January 15th

-DEO0349PRESS RELEASE:  DUTCH OPEN DARTS 2016 DUTCH DARTS ASSOCIATION NIEUWEGEIN – 06.01.2016

The 38th edition of the Dutch Open Darts will take place from 29th till the 31st of January 2016 in ‘De Bonte Wever’ in the Netherlands. This event is still the largest and liveliest BDO/WDF open darts tournament in the world. Make sure you will be part of this and register now, before it is too late!

Entries are going fast and you have only until Friday January 15th 12 o’clock to register! Go to www.dutchopendarts.nl/en and sign up. All players (including youth!) must register through our website and it will only take a few minutes. Payment for foreign players is not necessary, this will be done at the event.

The Dutch Open Darts is ranked by the World Darts Federation and British Darts Organisation and carries places in the Winmau World Masters 2016 for winners of the Men’s, Ladies and Youth Singles. The final playing schedule will be published online in the week prior to the tournament.

The finals of the Dutch Open Darts 2016 will be broadcast live on Dutch Television by RTV Drenthe! It can also be seen on Winmau TV.

Check out our website www.dutchopendarts.nl/en frequently for the latest news. You can also follow the Dutch Open on Twitter: www.twitter.com/DOdarts and Facebook: www.facebook.com/DutchOpenDarts!

See you in ‘De Bonte Wever’!

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Dart world loses GDA founder, Dave Obee

GDA-DaveObee(1stPresident1958)It is with great sadness that the GDA reports the death of long time GDA friend, supporter and founding President Dave Obee.

Dave was instrumental in forming the GDA in 1958 by amalgamating the Civilian and Services Darts Associations alongside the late Carmelo Ellul and Joe Goldwin.

He was a regular visitor to Gibraltar until his more recent health issues prevented this. He will be fondly remembered and missed by many.

Our deepest go to his partner Diane and the rest of his family.

RIP Dave Obee

The officers of the World Darts Federation sends their condolences to the family and friends of Dave Obee

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Pre-registration for Dutch Open Darts Youth 2016

unnamedPRESS RELEASE: DUTCH OPEN DARTS 2016 DUTCH DARTS ASSOCIATION NIEUWEGEIN – 29.12.2015

On Sunday 31st of January the Dutch Open Darts Youth 2016 will take place in ‘De Bonte Wever’ in the Netherlands. This is the largest open darts youth tournament in the world! Make sure you will be part of this and register now! Go to www.dutchopendarts.nl/en and sign up! Be aware that registration closes on January 15th, so in the 2016 edition it is not possible to register in the venue!

The Dutch Open Youth will be played in three categories: Boys under 14 years, Girls (up to 17 years) and Boys (14 up to 17 years). The kids that will make it to the finals of the three different categories are offered an amazing experience: they will play their final game on stage live on Dutch television and worldwide on Winmau-TV!

The winners of the Dutch Open Youth will receive price money, a trophy and will be honoured on2 the big Dutch Open Darts stage. Besides that the tournament is WDF ranked and the winners of the Boys and Girls tournament will receive a ticket for the Winmau World Masters 2016 as well.

Important: youth players who are 16 or 17 years old, are allowed to play in both the men’s or ladies tournament (Saturday) and in the youth tournament on Sunday. However you can’t participate in the youth tournament on Sunday if you still active in the men’s or ladies tournament on Sunday.

Check out our website www.dutchopendarts.nl/en frequently for the latest news. You can also follow the Dutch Open on Twitter: www.twitter.com/DOdarts and Facebook: www.facebook.com/DutchOpenDarts!

Hope to see you in ‘De Bonte Wever’!

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Deta Hedman WDF #1 record breaking 10th time

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Deta Hedman became WDF no 1 for a record breaking 10th time after WDF rankings were finalized after Finder Masters.

During 2015 Deta played in 24 WDF ranked events in 14 countries, she won 12 titles and appeared in a further 6 finals.

Deta had won her first WDF tournament back in 1988, was runner up to Sharon Colclough in 1992 and Mandy Solomans in 1993 overall rankings ,but in 1994 reached the number 1 position in a season where she won Winmau World masters, Pacific masters and Australian grand masters, success followed in 1995,1996 and 1997 after which for personal reasons she retired from WDF darts.

12 years later in 2009 she returned to the fold with an ambition to try and win an event! She played about 10 WDF ranked events that year and finished a credible 4th.

2010 she achieved her goal of winning an event plus a few others to become WDF #1 13 years after her last successful campaign, 2011,2012,2013,2014 and now 2015 followed this making it 10 in total.

Allowing for her rest from WDF Deta has been 1st ten times out of the last 11 years she has competed.

In times where events are deciding not to pay WDF levy, Deta will enter 2016 with the aim of supporting the WDF system as much as she possibly can. Hopefully attending countries she hasn’t played in before to show support for darts in as many areas as possible.

Deta gave a quote ” I would like to thank all the organizers of events worldwide, without your efforts the players would have little incentive, personally I would urge as many ladies and girls to support events throughout the WDF system , you will make friends wherever you go, play to your best and with a smile on your face. Hopefully see you all in 2016″

Double 5 for Deta who would bet against more.

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WDF World Rankings Systems: 2015 Monetary Awards

The 2015 Awards have now been finalised for both senior and youth system.

Men: World
Women: World
Pos Name Country Points Award Pos Name Country Points Award
1 Darius Labanauskas Lithuania 1048 $2,000 1 Deta Hedman England 2022 $2,000
2 Martin Adams England 899 $1,500 2 Aileen de Graaf Netherlands 1242 $1,500
3 Jim Williams Wales 847 $1,000 3 Fallon Sherrock England 1186 $1,000
4 Jeffrey de Graaf Netherlands 821 $800 4 Anastasia Dobromyslova Russia 880 $800
5 Jamie Hughes England 738 $600 5 Corrine Hammond Australia 680 $600
Men: European Region Women: European Region
Pos Name Country Points Award Pos Name Country Points Award
1 Martin Phillips Wales 686 $500 1 Rachel Brooks England 644 $500
2 Madars Razma Latvia 634 $300 2 Lorraine Winstanley England 583 $300
3 Ryan de Vreede Netherlands 584 $200 3 Anca Zijlstra Netherlands 545 $200
Men: Americas Region Women: Americas Region
Pos Name Country Points Award Pos Name Country Points Award
1 Larry Butler USA 442 $500 1 Trish Grzesik Canada 276 $500
2 Dawson Murschell Canada 360 $300 2 Robin Curry USA 240 $300
3 Jeff Smith Canada 268 $200 3 Marlise Kiel USA 234 $200
Men: Asia/Pacific Region Women: Asia/Pacific Region
Pos Name Country Points Award Pos Name Country Points Award
1 Craig Caldwell N.Zealand 474 $500 1 Tina Osborne N.Zealand 400 $500
2 Cody Harris N.Zealand 350 $300 2 Natalie Carter Australia 330 $300
3 Raymond Smith Australia 316 $200 3 Sha Hohipa N.Zealand 304 $200
Boys: European Region Girls: European Region
Pos Name Country Points Award Pos Name Country Points Award
1 Maikel Verberk Netherlands 510 $500 1 Kyana Frauenfelder Netherlands 280 $500
2 Justin van Tergouw Netherlands 350 $300 2 Sofie Jahn Denmark 270 $300
3 Jaimy van Bavel Netherlands 310 $200 3 Anastasia Suvorova Russia 170 $200
Boys: Americas Region Girls: Americas Region
Pos Name Country Points Award Pos Name Country Points Award
1 Steven Wilcox Canada 120 $500 1 Raina Burke Canada 70 $500
2 Dominik Pundt USA 115 $300 2 Hannah McCandless USA 60 $300
3 Paul Burke Jr. Canada 65 $200 3 Kaylee Roy USA 30 $200
Boys: Asia/Pacific Region Girls: Asia/Pacific Region
Pos Name Country Points Award Pos Name Country Points Award
1 Kody Dodds-Watson Australia 90 $500 1 Tori Kewish Australia 70 $500
2 Matt Thompson Australia 60 $300 2 Candice Whitley Australia 50 $300
3 Braidon Charlton Australia 50 $67 2 Tiarna Smith Australia 40 $200
3 Matthew Evans Australia 50 $67
3 Mitchell Beswick Australia 50 $67

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WDF Tables 2015 – updated

2015 Winners are

Men Darius Labanauskas Lithuania
Women Deta Hedman England
Boys Maikel Verberk Netherlands
Girls Kyana Frauenfelder Netherlands

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Youth Ural Cup 2015, Russia – Results

Youth Ural Cup 6/12/2015 59 boys and 66 girls.

WDF Tables: Boys and Girls tables updated 7/12/2015 with these results. Year 2015 completed.

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