WDF World Cup 07-12 October 2019 Cluj-Napoca, Romania – Draw published
WDF World Cup 07-12 October 2019 Cluj-Napoca, Romania will be the biggest WDF Cup ever – 54 men’s team of four, 48 women’s team of four and 20 youth team of four (2 boys, 2 girls). A total of 488 players. Schedule included.
WDF World Cup 07-12 October 2019 Cluj-Napoca, Romania
WDF World Cup 2017 03-07 October 2017 in Kobe, Japan Final results, links to YouTube recordings and see more pictures in WDF Facebook WDF Tables updated with these results 17/10/2017.
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