WDF World Cup Women Overall 1983
The English dominate WDF World Cup IV, which was held in Edinburgh on 21 and 22 October. At the WDF General meeting, Peter McMenamin of Australia is elected as the new chairman to replace Bill Turner of New Zealand. For the first time there is also a separate WDF World Cup for women.
The ladies play with two per country. In addition to the Overall WDF World Cup, they also compete for medals in the singles and pairs. 21 countries compete in Scotland, including the debutants Norway and Germany. For the ladies, 19 countries participate in their first WDF World Cup
In the women's event 19 countries were present. Two ladies who played in a singles and pairs event, where points were awarded to each event, represented each country.
The English ladies Maureen Flowers & Audrie Derham take the first overall WDF Ladies WDF World Cup title with 54 points, only one point ahead of Sandy Reitan & Judy Campbell from America. Sandra Gibb & Ann-Marie Davies from Wales take bronze with 47 points and Canada comes in fourth with 34 points. New Zealand and Scotland share fifth place with 25 points.
1 - 54 points England
2 - 53 points USA
3 - 47 points Wales
4 - 34 points Canada
5 - 25 points New Zealand/ Scotland
7 - 19 points Netherlands
8 - 18 points Jamaica
9 - 15 points Japan/ Sweden
11 - 13 points Belgium
12 - 12 points Northern Ireland
13 - 10 points Australia
14 - 9 points Norway
15 - 8 points Ireland
16 - 7 points West Germany
17 - 6 points Denmark/ Finland/ Hong Kong
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