WDF Europe Cup Women Overall 1994

The ninth edition of the WDF Europe Cup was played in the Swedish capital Stockholm from October 13-15. For the first time, the milestone of twenty registered countries was reached in the men’s competition. Russia, Latvia and the Czech Republic are the newcomers. There were 18 countries competing in the ladies, only Belgium and Cyprus did not bring their ladies to Sweden. It is also the first WDF Europe Cup after the split, where many of the top players start their own organisation, which will later become the PDC. The British teams in particular should be affected by this on paper.

In the overall standings, England’s Deta Hedman & Tammy Montgomery take the title with 72 points. Hedman takes all the gold medals that can be won for her this Cup. After Sue Edwards in 1990, Linda Batten in 1984 and Jayne Kempster in 1986, she is the fourth English lady to claim all three gold medals in one year. The Netherlands takes the silver with 63 points, for Francis Hoenselaar this means three silver medals this WDF Europe Cup. Wales takes the bronze with 37 points, followed by Germany with 33 points and Scotland with 32 points.

Overall ranking
1 - 72 points England
2 - 63 points Netherlands
3 - 37 points Wales
4 - 35 points Germany
5 - 30 points Scotland
6 - 28 points Denmark
7 - 18 points Finland/ Sweden
9 - 16 points Northern Ireland
10 - 15 points Ireland Republic/ Norway
12 - 12 points Switzerland
13 - 6 points France/ Greece/ Italy/ Russia
17 - 0 points Czech Republic/ Latvia

Venue: Sweden Solnahallen, Stockholm From: Thursday 13 October 1994 Till: Saturday 15 October 1994

Reigning champion

England
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Trophy

Trophy of WDF Europe Cup Women Overall - 1994

List of finals

Year Winner Result Runner-Up