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World Darts Federation

WDF World Cup Men Overall 1991

Gran Dorado, Zandvoort
From: Thursday 3 October 1991
Till: Saturday 5 October 1991
Prize money:
  1. $0
  2. $0
  3. $0
  4. 4d place $0
  5. 5d place $0
  6. 6d place $0
  7. 8d place $0
  8. 9d place $0
  9. 10d place $0
  10. 11d place $0
  11. 12d place $0
  12. 13d place $0
  13. 15d place $0
  14. 16d place $0
  15. 18d place $0
  16. 21d place $0
  17. 23d place $0
  18. 25d place $0
  19. 27d place $0
  20. 30d place $0
  1. Total: $0

World Cup VIII was held from 2 till 5 October 1991 in the Dutch seaside town of Zandvoort. No lees than 32 countries were present at the oche in the men’s event, which was a record. Among those 32 countries were five debuting countries; Russia, Luxembourg, Greece, Austria and the African Uganda.

The England men squad had plenty of choice in players and could even leave home this fabulous foursome: World Champion Dennis Priestley, number two in the world Mike Gregory, former world champion Bob Anderson and the 1989 Winmau World Masters Peter Evison. Of course the big question was which country could prevent the English team of claiming their seventh consecutive overall title.

The overall title was won for the seventh consecutive time by England with 124 points. Wales took silver with 95 points. Australia picked up 75 points and bronze for the third time. Belgium ended up just outside the medals and was fourth with 63 points. Finland took fifth with 49 points.

Season overview