WDF World Cup 2011 Team England

WDF World Cup 2011 Republic of Ireland – results

WDF World Cup Castlebar, Republic of Ireland 20-24 September 2011 For the first time in WDF World Cup history, a country swept all 3 World Cups.  The England Men’s team dominated the competition by winning the men’s World Cup by 72 points.  England men’s team won the team event, finished 1st and top 32 in the men’s pairs and 1st and 2nd in the men’s singles events.  Team Finland finished 2nd overall…

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WDF World Cup 2011 Mens Team Finals

The team event is a best of 17 with each player playing 1 leg of 501 against each player of the opposing team.  The finals consists of team Finland (Jarkko Komula, Sami Sanssi, Petri Korte and Ulf Ceder) and team England (Scott Waites, Tony O’Shea, Martin Atkins and Martin Adams). The 1st leg is Komula vs O’Shea with Komula to start.  O’Shea came out flying with a 180, 140, 165…

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WDF World Cup 2011 Mens Singles Finals

A best of 13 match between England’s Martin Adams and England’s Scott Waites.  It was Adams to throw first but with the help of a early 180, Waites took out the game in 17 darts.  The second leg saw Waites hit two 140’s and while both players missed shots at the out, it was Waites who won the leg.  Waites then took the 3rd leg in 13 darts to go…

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WDF World Cup 2011 Womens Singles Finals

The womens singles finals was played between Trina Gulliver or England and Julie Gore of Wales in a best of 13 match.  In the 1st leg, Gulliver missed 2 at the double 18 and Gore took the leg.  Gore then started off strong in the 2nd leg with a 100 and 135.  She was first to the double and hit it for a 2-0 lead. In the 4th leg, Gulliver missed…

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WDF World Cup 2011 Youth Pairs Finals

Max Hopp and Ann-Kathrin Wigmann of Germany played Jake Jones and Fallon Sherrock will played in a best of 11 matchup.  England started strong in the first leg with a 180 coming from Jones.  They took the first leg in 20 darts.  In the 2nd leg, England missed an attempt at the double and Germany took advantage to even the match 1-1.  England again missed an opportunity at the double…

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WDF World Cup 2011 Mens Pairs Finals

This is a best of 11 match between Adams and O´Shea of England and Engström/Larsson of Sweden.  England got off to an early start taking the 1st leg in 14 darts.  Sweden came right back with a 104 out after England had a shot at the double.  In the 3rd leg, it was England to go up 2 legs to 1.  With England and Sweden both missing darts at the…

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WDF World Cup 2011 Womens Pairs Finals

The womens pairs finals was a best of 11 match between Trina Gulliver and Deta Hedman of England and Karin Krappen and Francis Hoenselaar of the Netherlands.  England came out strong in the 1st leg with Hedman hitting the first 180 of the match.  However, England missed some shots at the out and the Netherlands took advantage and the leg in 24 darts.  Krappen hit the out in leg 2 for…

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WDF World Cup 2011 Boys Singles Finals

The boys singles finals matchup is between Jimmy Hendriks of the Netherlands and Max Hopp of Germany.  This is a best of 11.  In the first leg Hopp game started off strong with a 100 and 140.  Hendriks followed with a 100 and 136 of his own.  Hopp took the game in 13 darts with a double 20. Hopp took leg 2 in 18.  The 3rd leg we saw some…

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WDF World Cup 2011 – Girls Singles Finals

The girls finals is the first finals of the day.  Courtney Mulder of South Africa and  Fallon Sherrock of England played a best of 11. Sherrock took out 40 to take a 1-0.  In the second leg, Sherrock started with back to back 100`s.  Mulder came right back with a 125 to even the game.  But it was Sherrock who took out 40 in 24 darts.  Fallon took a commanding…

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Summary of Day One – Men’s Team Event

Group 1England and the Netherlands qualified for the knock-out stages on opening day as expected. Switzerland and Romania bowed out to two of the top nati­ons in the world of darts.  England finished with three points – one ahead of the Netherlands followed by Switzerland with one point and underdogs Romania with no points. Group 2The USA won this group with four points as expected with Italy coming runner-up just…

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