Iran wrap up WDF World Cup Youth on a high

October 7, 2017

Iran wrapped up the World Dart Federation (WDF) World Cup Youth 2017 on a high, winning two gold medals and one bronze.

The Iranian pair consists of Deniz Hashtbaran and Mahshad Avazzadeh defeated Lerena Rietbergen and Layla Brussels from the Netherlands 6-5 in the final match and won a gold medal.

In the girls’ singles division, Hashtbaran earned a valuable gold medal after beating her Irish Republic opponent Katie Sheldon 6-4 in the final match.

She had defeated the Netherlands’ Laren Rietbergen 4-2 and Turkey’s Emine Dursan 5-2 on her way to final.

Amir Ali Goudarzi also clinched a joint bronze medal with Killian Heffernan from Republic of Ireland in the boys’ singles.

The Netherland claimed the team title of the WDF World Cup Youth with 275 points, followed by Iran (198) and Republic of Ireland (184).

The 21st edition of the WDF World Cup brought 33 countries in Japanese city Kobe together.

The 2021 World Darts Federation (WDF) World Cup will be held in Danish city Esbjerg.

The decision was announced during the ongoing 2017 edition, currently being held in Kobe.

Denmark beat off competition from Germany to secure the event.

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