Czech Open was played 15-17/11/2019 in Prague, Czech Republic with 765 men, 137 women, 50 boys and 11 girls. WDF Tables updated with these results 18/11/2019.
Czech Open was played 16-18/11/2018 in Prague, Czech Republic with 674 men, 152 women, 54 boys and 15 girls. WDF Tables updated with these results 21/11/2018.
Czech Open was played 04/11/2017 in Prague, Czech Republic with 800 men, 142 women, 52 boys and 14 girls. WDF Tables updated with these results 23/11/2017.
Czech Open was played 18-20/11/2016 Prague, Czech Republic with 688 men, 129 women, 48 boys and 7 girls. In picture from right men’s singles winner Andy Baetens Belgium, women’s singles winner Anastasia Dobromyslova Russia and Boy’s singles winner Roman Benecky Czech Republic. WDF Tables updated with these results 22/11/2016. Click
The Czech Darts Organisation has informed us today that, after prolonged negotiations, they have finally achieved recognition as a full partner by the Czech Olympic Committee. The CDO is therefore officially recognised as the only organisation officially representing the sport of darts in the Czech Republic. Attached announcement from the
Czech Open 21.11.2015 652 men, 139 women, 29 boys, 11 girls Mens winner Jeffrey Sparidaans Netherlands, womens winner Aileen de Graaf Netherlands, boys winner Rusty-Jake Rodriguez Austria and girls winner Vivien Czipo. WDF Tables: Tables updated 23/11/2015 with these results.
Here are the results from Czech Open held in Prague this weekend. Defending Czech Open champion and current Lakeside World Champion, Scott Waites from England retained the title for the second time as well as Deta Hedman beat Aileen de Graaf from Netherlands in amazing final. Sunday Men/Women pairs tournament
Mens Results Country Womens Results Country 1. Scott Waites 2. Martin Atkins 3. Alan M Norris 3. James Wilson 5. Benito Van De Pas 5. Gary Robson 5. Robbie Green 5. Tony O’Shea 9. August Jost 9. Mark Salmon 9. Alexey Kadochnikov 9. Darryl Fitton 9. Mark Porter 9. Michael
Mens Results Country Womens Results Country 1. Dean Winstanley England 1. Deta Hedman England 2. Alan Norris England 2. Irina Armstrong Russian Federation 3. Steve Douglas England 3. Lorraine Farlam England 3. Garry Thompson England 3. Karin Krappen Netherlands 5. Wesley Harms Netherlands 5. Veronika Ihász Hungary 5. Stephen Bunting
Scott Waites proved too strong for the rest of the field in Prague at the weekend as he took the Czech Open mens singles title. He defeated fellow Englishman Dean Winstanley 6 – 2 in the final. The ladies title was won by Karin Krappen. She beat Lorraine Farlham in