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2023 Australian Darts Open – Details Confirmed

The World Darts Federation (WDF) and Darts Australia are delighted to confirm that the 2023 Australian Darts Open will take its place on the calendar from Monday, August 14th – Sat, August 19th at the Moama Bowling Club in New South Wales.
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Smith and Loch star at South Australian Swiftflyte Classic

Ky Smith and Amanda Loch clinched the singles titles and places at the 2024 WDF Lakeside World Championships this past weekend as the first Gold-ranked event of 2023, the Swiftflyte Classic, took place in Australia.
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January review - Romania, USA, Australia

The 2023 World Darts Federation (WDF) season kicked off in January, headlined by Berry van Peer and Aileen de Graaf’s victories at the Dutch Open in Assen. Elsewhere, World Champion Beau Greaves picked up two titles as the tour also made stops in Romania, the USA and Australia. Andrew Sinclair recaps the action.
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Dutch Open glory for home favourites van Peer and de Graaf

For the first time since 2004, the reigning Dutch Open champions are both from the Netherlands after Berry van Peer and Aileen de Graaf triumphed at De Bonte Wever in Assen this past weekend.
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2023 WDF World Championships Update

The World Darts Federation (WDF) can confirm changes to the field for the 2023 Men’s WDF Lakeside World Championship following the conclusion of the Professional Darts Corporation’s Q-School.
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Finals day TOTO Dutch Open Darts 2023 LIVE on RTL7

For more than 10 years, RTL7 was the darts channel that broadcast all PDC events on television in the Netherlands and on January 29, 2023, they will broadcast darts again, with the entire evening dedicated to the final day of the TOTO Dutch Open Darts 2023. Organised by the Nederlandse Darts Bond, the TOTO Dutch Open Darts takes place over three days and is the largest open darts tournament in the world. There’s over 5,000 players currently registered to play, with some well-known players in the field such as the current WDF World Champion Neil Duff, Ron Meulenkamp, James Hurrell, Richard Veenstra, Deta Hedman and Aileen de Graaf looking for glory!
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