WDF World Cup 2019, Romania – results

WDF World Cup 07-12 October 2019 Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Overall Champions World Cup – Men Netherlands, World Cup – Women England, World Cup Youth England

Picture of WDF World Cup Overall Champions men, women and youth
Picture of WDF World Cup Overall Champions men, women and youth

Draw / Results

World Cup – Men

World Cup – Women

World Cup – Youth

Overall

1. Netherlands, 90 points
2. Wales, 87 points
3. England, 73 points
1. England, 132 points
2. Japan, 100 points
3. Australia, 93 points
1. England, 229 points
2. Czechia, 178 points
3. Scotland, 161 points

Singles

Mens Singles
Darren Herewini New Zealand
KO & Finals
Womens Singles
Mikuru Suzuki Japan
KO & Finals
Boys Singles
Keelan Kay England
RR, Finals
Girls Singles
Beau Greaves England
RRFinals

Pairs

Mens Pairs
David Cameron and Jeff Smith Canada
KO & Finals
Womens Pairs
Mikuru Suzuki and Mayumi Ouchi Japan
KO & Finals
Boys Pairs
Brad Phillips and Keelan Kay England
RRFinals
Girls Pairs
Beau Greaves and Shannon Reeves England
RRFinals

Team / Mixed Pairs

Mens Team
Wales
Jim Williams, Darren Bingham, Arwyn Morris, Nick Kenny
RR, Finals
Womens Team
England
Maria O’Brien, Lorraine Winstanley, Deta Hedman, Fallon Sherrock
RR,  Finals
Mixed Pairs
Tomas Houdek and Anna Votavova Czechia
RR, Finals

Points Tables

Mens Points Table Womens Points Table Youth Points Table

Teams Bahamas Ethiopia and India who could not play in this cup. Pakistan men were only in pairs and team matches.

Logo of WDF World Cup 2019 Romania

MEN’S SINGLES Country Position WOMEN’S SINGLES Country
Darren Herewini New Zealand 1 Mikuru Suzuki Japan
Peter Machin Australia 2 Deta Hedman England
Martijn Kleermaker Netherlands 3 Tori Kewish Australia
Nick Kenny Wales 3 Vicky Pruim Sweden
Mitchell Clegg Australia 5 Mayumi Ouchi Japan
Jeff Smith Canada 5 Cathy Leung Hong Kong
Andreas Harrysson Sweden 5 Maud Jansson Sweden
Johan Engstrom Sweden 5 Chris Savvery Wales
Chris Landman Netherlands 9 Veronica Simonsen Norway
Oskar Lukasiak Sweden 9 Robyn Byrne Republic of Ireland
Anthony Lopez Gibraltar 9 Rachna David Norway
Aaron Hardy Austria 9 Wendy Harper New Zealand
Joe Chaney USA 9 Maria O’Brien England
Stefan Bellmont Switzerland 9 Fiona Gaylor Switzerland
Daniel Day England 9 Cali West USA
David Cameron Canada 9 Lorraine Winstanley England

 

BOY’S SINGLES Country Position GIRL’S SINGLES Country
Keelan Kay England 1 Beau Greaves England
Mehrdad Seyfi Iran 2 Katie Sheldon Republic of Ireland
Jurjen van der Velde Netherlands 3 Hayley Crowley Canada
Shusaku Nakamura Japan 3 Ksenia Klochek Russia
Nathan Girvan Scotland 5 Sophie McKinlay Scotland
Tomas Houdek Czech Republic 5 Suzan-Marie Atas Germany
Ozcan Karagoz Turkey 5 Lerena Rietbergen Netherlands
Dominik Grullich Germany 5 Abbey Morrison Australia