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BDDA Winmau Classic 2017


This weekend will see the British Disability Darts Association (BDDA) Winmau Classic 2017 take place at Weoley Castle Working Men’s Club, Birmingham. This is the first event in this year’s Road to the Winmau Tour and the first opportunity for BDDA players to pick up ranking points towards qualification for the Winmau WDDA World Masters Championships 2017. There will be at least 16 players at the Winmau WDDA World Masters Championships 2017, with a minimum of 8 BDDA players selected via the ranking system over this year’s Tour.

The tournament will be played over 11th and 12th March,
with 42 players set to compete. This year the tournament has 42 entrants which is up from 30 in 2016. Winmau is proud to be involved in this growth of disability darts participation. The line-up will include Team Winmau’s Phil Lees and Ricky Chilton, and a full list of participants are below:

Darren Agar, Lynne Alcock, Stewart Alton, Eric Alton, Ben Beardmore, Peter Bramley, Darren Brook, Ricky Chilton, Jim Capel, Arnie Chan, Matt Doe, Katherine Dolman, Snowy Dyson, Paul Gelder, David Gill, Frankie Gillen, Richard Green, John Greensmith, Paul Hampton, Jonathan Hirst, Dave Jenkins, Kev Lack, Phil Lees, Mark Luckett, Paul McMahon, Derek Meakins, Graham Mitchell, Lee Murray, Tony Pass, Andy Potts, David Silva, Kevin Spurrier, Alan Stirling, Kevin Stringer, Gary Swift, Mikey Swindells, Kevin Turner, Adrian Underwood, Gary Walker, Peter Winstanley, Jesper Andersen.

Phil Lees

Good luck on the oche to all those taking part!

For more details on the BDDA’s events: http://www.bddadarts.co.uk/2017-events

Full information with regard to the WDDA can be found on their website: http://www.world-disability-darts.org/

WDDA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WddaWorldDisabilityDartsOrganisation/

BDDA Twitter: @BddaWdda

BDDA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/918836804857813/

Date : 09-03-2017

 

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