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In Memoriam Barry Kompier

Everyone in Dutch Darts was shocked to hear of the sudden passing away of Barry Kompier (47), last Sunday. Barry was well known within the international sport of darts as tournament manager of the Zuiderduin Masters, Mariflex Darts Open and Dutch Open Darts. Also, Barry was a great volunteer for

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In Memoriam Doreen Fitzmaurice

Update – 3rd April 2012 Funeral Details:MONDAY, APRIL 16TH , 2012  at 1.15PM Colchester Crematorium,Mersea Road,Colchester CO2 8RU Family flowers only. All donations if desired to:East of England Co-Operative Society,89, Wimpole Road,Colchester, CO1 2DB Afterwards at:Greenstead Social Club,Blackthorn Avenue,Colchester, CO4 3QD (10 mins from Crematorium)for light refreshments and bar facilities.

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The Dart World Loses a Legend – Jocky Wilson

Former World Professional Darts Champion Jocky Wilson died on Saturday 24th March at his home in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland just two days after his 62nd birthday. Jocky was a legend who won the World Professional Championships in 1982 and 1989. In addition he won the British Professional Championships on four

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Thierry Michaux and Patricia de Peuter Belgian Champion 2012

Sunday was played in Harelbeke for the titles of Belgian Champion 2012. 130 men, 40 ladies, 15 junior boys, 7 junior girls and 6 aspirants. This year all champions of 2011 were back in the final, but not everyone could extend the title. Thierry Michaux Belgian champion and Ronny Huybrechts

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Winmau Unveiled as the Official Darts Equipment Partner of the Chinese Darts Association

14th November 2011, Shanghai, China: Winmau and the Chinese Darts Association (CDA) are delighted to announce their exclusive sponsorship of the China National Darts Open 2011 (staged by the Chinese Darts Association), which will see the world’s leading darts brand teamed with one of the most progressive and rapidly expanding

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Last World Cup for the Dutch Crown! Francis Hoenselaar

Francis Hoenselaar announced that the next World Cup in Ireland will be her last event for the Dutch team. The ‘Dutch Crown’ made her debut in the Dutch team exactly twenty years ago during the World Cup 1991 in the Netherlands, where she managed to achieve the third place in the

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