Following consultation between the WDF Executive and the respective host nations, the decision has been made to cancel the WDF Americas Cup, Asia/Pacific Cup and Europe Cup for 2020.
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.
The WDF Asia pacific Cup Osaka 2016 has been successfully completed. Dates 19 – 22/10/2016 at Ritsumeikan University in Ibaraki, Osaka, Japan Thank you very much to all participated countries: Australia, Hong Kong, Iran, Korea, Macau and Japan (6 countries) Pakistan couldn’t participate in the cup due to visa problem,
WDF Asia Pacific was played in Hong Kong 04-07/09/2014 Overall champion Australia Men’s singles Mohd Nasir Jantan Malaysia Women’s singles Asako Hiyama Japan Click image to view full results
The 2012 Asia-Pacific Cup XVI was won by Australia. New Zealand took 2nd, followed by Japan, Hong Kong and India. The Team event was won by Australia. Corrine Hammond and Natalie Carter of Australia took the womens doubles while Rob Modra and Darren Webster won the mens. For the singles
Australia have won the Asia Pacific Cup title finishing with 266 points. Japan took second with a very narrow 2 point advantage over New Zealand in 3rd place. WINNERS: Ladies Pairs: Corrine Hammond / Lavinia Hogg, Australia Ladies Singles: Jannette Jonathan, New Zealand Mens Pairs: Anthony Fleet / Geoff Kime,