WDF World Cup Ladies Singles 1993

World Cup IX was played for the second time in history in the largest gambling city in the world; Las Vegas. In the ladies World Cup 26 countries competed at the start of their sixth World Cup Darts.

In the singles the English ladies were eliminated early. The two American ladies stole the show as they both reached the semi-finals. In those semi-finals Stacy Bromberg had a 4-0 over Norwegian Karin Nordhal, the very slow throwing Kathy Maloney also won, 4-1 against Northern Ireland’s Rhonda Henry.

A very enthusiastic crowd followed the All-American final. The contest was very evenly matched with very impressive darts. The level was often even better than that of the men's final. Maloney won the fifth leg in 15 darts with a 141 finish and took a 3-2 lead. Yet Bromberg came back, her first 12 darts in the sixth leg; 140, 125, 100 and 82 leaving 54. However, she would not get a chance at it as Maloney had begun the leg and scored 140, 100, 55, 150 and a 66 finish. Kathy Maloney was the third lady from the USA who won the World Cup singles after she already had been runner-up six years back.

From: Wednesday 13 October 1993 Till: Saturday 16 October 1993