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PostSubject: What the WDDA will provide   What the WDDA will provide EmptyTue 8 Jan - 10:32

The WDDA will provide:
• Free registraion and membership to organisations and players
• Host events for all levels of disability incorporating both the Wilfire 137 Dart Frame and The Satellite table within the same venue
• Mediate on a player's behalf with dart leagues and clubs to allow their smooth integration
• Provide information on equipment availablability
• Provide a Sales or Hire service of special equipment
• Promote darts and Satellite Table events to disability organisations and media
• Link free WDF and Darts Australia accredited darts coaches with new players as required
• Maintain an international board of Administrators that have demonstrated the ability and experience to oversee all aspects of the transion to the new WDF ruling through consultancy
• Promote the benefits of our sport as rehabilitation and therapy
This board will include the World's first WDF accredited wheelchair using Darts Coach Ian Gray.
Promtional items will soon be available with the attached logo and embroidered patches will soon be sent out to our new Board Members to wear as they see fit.

The webs1te of Wheelchair Darts Australia is currently undergoing change to the WDDA and I expect to have it fully transferred across in the next few weeks.

Below is how the instuctions will be worded by Winmau to go with the diagram

World Disability Darts Association Wheelchair Dartboard Setup
World Darts Federation approved
Both rear wheels of the wheelchair must be behind the oche line
Either or both front wheels may be in front or behind the oche line to allow an angled stance
137cm from the ground to the centre of the bullseye
237cm from the board face to the oche line

* I will post more updates as they come to hand and I have been authorised to post*

"Of all the things we could achieve in darts, this is the most worthy"

See you at the Oche'


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