Trakai Caste Cup was played 12/03/2016 with 74 men and 25 women. Winners were in men’s singles Meelis Aule Estonia and women’s singles Kornelija Lusaite Lithuania (in picture). WDF Tables updated with these results 19/03/2016.
West Coast Classic 2016 was played 13/03/2016 in Perth, Western Australia with 59 men, 23 women, 8 boys and 8 girls. WDF Tables updated with these results 19/03/2016.
Winmau Iceland Open 2016 was played in Selfoss, Iceland with 75 men and 10 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 19/03/2016.
Halifax Open was played March, 4-6 2016 with 87 men and 33 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 10/03/2016.
Results form boy’s and girl’s events played 27/02/2016 in Portland, Maine, USA BOY’S SINGLES COUNTRY POS GIRL’S SINGLES COUNTRY Jacob Demers USA 1 Jenna Yazbek USA Joshua Demers USA 2 Kaylee Roy USA Owen Soucy USA 3 Rylee Moran USA Nick Tasca USA 3 Nadiah Soucy USA WDF Tables
We would like to inform you with great pleasure that our player Daniel Larsson just scored a 9 darter in the ongoing singles event in Swedish Championships 27/02/2016. This is the first time it happens in a Swedish Federation event. Previously it has been done twice in a district event in Stockholm,
Camellia Classic in Sacramento, USA was WDF youth tournament. In Open Youth event were 11 youth players on Saturday 13/02/2016. Position OPEN YOUTH’S SINGLES Country 1 Tyler Burnett USA 2 Nick Larkin USA 3 Kyle Drewick USA 3 Justin Scantlen USA WDF Youth Tables updated with these results.
It is with great sadness that we at New Zealand Darts Council have to report the sudden passing of our Chairman, John MacLeod on Sunday 7 February 2016. John has been on the Board of Directors for over 30 years as Chairman, Director and Life Member. He will be missed
Kirchheim Open played 30/01/2016 218 men and 48 women and Kirchheim Classic played 31/01/2016 194 men and 44 women. Winners were in strong form and Daniel Zygla, Irina Armstrong and Christina Schuler claimed both titles. Boy’s winners Nico Ziemann Germany won Kirchheim Open (no picture) and Nico Schlund won Kirchheim
‘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.