Friday 11th October Day 5 – results
Results: Boys Singles finalists are Keelan Kay-ENG vs Mehrdad Seyfi-IRN, final on Saturday Girls Pairs finalists are McKinlay/O’Brien-SCO vs Greaves/Reeves-ENG, final on Saturday Mens Pairs finalists are Mitchell/Day-ENG vs Cameron/Smith-CAN, final on Friday Evening Womens Team matches continues Tonight and Tommorrow Friday 13:00 hrs local time
Results Women’s Singles finalists are Mikuru Suzuki-JPN vs Deta Hedman-ENG , final on Saturday Girls Singles finalists are Beau Greaves-ENG vs Katie Sheldon-IRE, final on Saturday Boys Pairs finalists are Houdek/Sedivy-CZE vs Phillips/Kay-ENG, final on Friday Evening Mens Team matches continues on Friday 13:00 hrs local time
Results Youth Mixed Pairs RR Groups are ready and see KO Bracket, continues on Friday 11th 14:45 Women’s Pairs finalists are Suzuki/Ouchi-Japan vs Cisarova/Gregurkova-Czechia, final on Friday Evening Men’s Singles finalists are Peter Machin-AUS vs Darren Herewini-NZL, final on Saturday
As we approach our biggest ever WDF World Cup (with over 50 countries and almost 500 players taking part!), we are happy to confirm that our refereeing team in Romania will be Richard Ashdown, Jacques Nieuwlaat & Nick Rolls.
WDF Europe Cup Youth 10-14 July 2019 Ankara, Turkey with 13 boys and 10 girls teams. Boy’s Overall Champion Team Netherlands and Girls Overall Champion Team England.
WDF World Cup 07-12 October 2019 Cluj-Napoca, Romania
WDF Asia Pacific Cup 2018 9th – 12th October South Korea with 9 teams: Australia, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Mongolia, New Zealand, Thailand and host South Korea. Champion in overall Team Australia.
WDF Europe Cup 2018 26th – 29th September Budapest, Hungary In Hungary were 38 men’s teams and 34 women’s teams. Champions in overall men & women Team England
WDF Europe Cup Youth was played 12-14/07/2018 in Ankara, Turkey with 14 national teams in boys events and 11 national teams in girls events. WDF Europe Cup Youth 2018, Turkey – overall winners in boys Netherlands and girls England