Winmau’s Belgian darts star Vincent D’hondt claimed the Wheelchair category singles title, at the first ever Disability darts World Cup.
D’hondt began the weekend by finishing running up to Michael Davies in the warm-up event on Friday, before defeating Winmau stable-mate Ricky Chilton 4-1 in the final in Oostende.
Chilton was at the tournament with a strong Team Wales that topped their group in the team event before making a dazzling run to the final to face England.
In what was a superb encounter, England A edged the final 9-7 to write their names in the history books as the first disability darts World Cup winners.
In the standing event it was a showdown in the final between Pete Bramley and Jonathan Hirst. Bramley proved too strong for Hirst on the final stage and defeated the Englishman 4-0 to lift the singles trophy.
Massive congratulations to all those that participated and everyone that assisted in the team management and organisation of such a successful maiden disability darts World Cup. For more information on the WDDA and disability darts, visit: http://www.world-disability-darts.org/