Red Dragon Backs Wales’ First Ever Disability International Darts Team

 
Red Dragon Darts agreed on the first-ever sponsorship by backing the Wales national disability darts team of  "Ricky Chilton, Michael Davies, Michelle Gabica, Shane Havard ", helping them to travel to the inaugural World Cup being held in Belgium from 22nd February.
The support was greatly received by Team Manager Sarah Smale who said “Disability darts has grown so much in such a short space of time, however, we are painfully aware of how hard it continues this growth and so for us to be involved in sending teams to a Disability World Cup is beyond our wildest dreams even a year ago.
“We are so grateful to the likes of Red Dragon for helping us bring competitive darts to the disability community.”
 
Simon Hall, Head of Marketing at Red Dragon, said “Having seen several years of disability darts at the Winmau World Masters, and just how much it means to all involved to play the game they love at the highest level, it’s a privilege to support the Welsh Disability darts team with their first-ever trip to the World Cup where we will be backing them with all our support.”
 
Disability darts has grown rapidly over the last three years owing to the sheer hard work of so many committed volunteers who urge anyone interested, no matter what their disability, to contact the WDDA and get involved.
 
You can follow results from the WDDA World Cup as it unfolds on the 22nd-24th February Live via WinmauTV
 
Draw for the 2019 WDDA Winmau World Cup of Darts has been made. Two teams from each of the four groups will progress into the quarter-finals:
 
Group A 
Germany B 
Europe 
Belgium A 
England B
 
Group B
England A
South Africa
Netherlands
 
Group C 
Russia 
Rest of the World 
Germany A
 
Group D
Wales
Denmark
Belgium B

This inaugural WDDA World Cup of Darts takes place in Oostende, Belgium across 22nd - 24th February 🇧🇪