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May review – Wales, Australia, Lithuania, Cyprus, Mongolia, New Zealand

May was another busy month on the WDF calendar, with our first trip of the year to Asia part of a schedule that featured one youth and 10 senior ranking events. Andrew Sinclair recaps everything from action in Australia and New Zealand that influenced the race for Australian Darts Open qualification to tournaments in Wales, Lithuania and Cyprus.
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2023 WDF World Masters - Update

The World Darts Federation is continuing to work hard to secure the required commercial deals in order that the WDF World Masters can take place in 2023.
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April Review - Denmark, Croatia, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Estonia, Gibraltar

April was the busiest month of the year so far on the WDF circuit, with 16 ranking events held across nine different countries. Headlined by Andy Baetens and Noa-Lynn van Leuven’s victories at the Denmark Open, the month also saw us visit Croatia for the first time as well as action in Iceland, Australia, New Zealand, the USA, the Faroe Islands, Estonia and Gibraltar. Andrew Sinclair recaps the action.
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Baetens and van Leuven book Lakeside spots at Denmark Open

Andy Baetens and Noa-Lynn van Leuven starred at this past weekend’s Gold-ranked Denmark Open, winning the singles titles and confirming their spots at the 2024 WDF Lakeside World Championships in the process.
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Obituary - Bob Potter OBE

The World Darts Federation are deeply saddened to learn that Bob Potter OBE passed away earlier today at the age of 94.
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March Review - Isle of Man, Hungary, USA, Egypt, Austria, Australia

The 2023 WDF season picked up speed during a busy March that saw seven senior and three youth events take place across six different countries and four continents. Andrew Sinclair recaps the action.
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