Mens Results Country Womens Results Country 1. Joseph Huffman USA 1. Stacy Bromberg USA 2. Tom Sawyer USA 2. Cali West USA 3. Ed Labarbera USA 3. Bette Cunningham USA 3. Joey Watts USA 3. Robin Curry Canada 5. Donny Joe USA 5. Janie Ramos USA 5. Scott Wollaston USA
Mens Results Ladies Results 1. Milan Stankovic Serbia 1. Biliana Marinova Bulgaria 2. Aleksandar Boric Serbia 2. Ekaterina Guleva Bulgaria 3. Miroslav Petrov Bulgaria 3. Gergana Bencheva Bulgaria 3. Nandor Bezzeg Hungary 3. Lilia Dimitrova Bulgaria 5. Veselin Stoianov Bulgaria 5. Teodora Diankova Bulgaria 5. Kiril Savov Bulgaria 5. Elena
Mens Results Country Womens Results Country 1. Alan Norris England 1. Irina Armstrong Russia 2. Garry Thompson England 2. Anita Tobias Luxemburg 3. Geert De Vos Belgium 3. Kimberly Bogemans Belgium 3. Dennis Te Kloese Netherland 3. Kathy Geeraerts Belgium 5. Matthieu Leclercq France 5. Sandrine Valverde France 5. Danny
The World Darts Federation has changed the way it will use facebook. In the past, a Facebook “GROUP” was created. This caused some problems with posting information on the wall. We have moved the WDF to a facebook “PAGE”. Please click the facebook logo to visit and “LIKE” the page
At a meeting of the European Darts Council held during the World Cup in Ireland it was confirmed that the 2012 Europe Cup will be held in Antalya, Turkey. This was due to the withdrawal of Belgium as hosts. Full details will be announced in the near future.
Applications for Full Membership of the WDF were approved for CATALONIA, JERSEY, NIGERIA, and UKRAINE. “Interim membership” status was granted to UGANDA who were unable to be represented due to problems in obtaining visas. Several amendments to WDF statutes were approved by the 34 full members represented in the meeting
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
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).
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 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