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    England win World Cup again...

    It's coming home, it's coming home, it's coming, darts is coming home...\



    England have won the World Cup of Darts for the second year running after coming from behind to beat the Netherlands 3-2 in an entertaining final in Frankfurt on Sunday.
    Phil Taylor and Adrian Lewis win World Cup of Darts for England | Darts News | Sky Sports

    Is this the beginning of a big year for English sportsmen and women?

    doubtful...
    How do I post these pictures???

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    So.

    Stoke win the darts world cup.

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    Will ye be floutin' that trophy out yer blurter?...Heh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy
    Will ye be floutin' that trophy out yer blurter?
    It would just rattle around.
    The trophy is only a little one.

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    England have won the World Cup of Darts f
    At least they've won something.

    As for the "other" cup, it's been a llloooooonnggg 50 years!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
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    Darts
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    the sport where beer is a performance enhancing drug

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    As Sid Waddell would have said ""There's only one word for that............. 'Magic Darts!' "

    Well done England

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    Next stop the Olympics.


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    TRIVIA QUESTION -

    How many World Cups, in major ball sports like football, rugby, cricket etc., has England won since it won it's one and only FIFA World Cup in 1966 ?

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    ^ well, for starters, I remember the glorious 2003 rugby WC in Australia!









    & then, there was the 2015 world darts championship, of course...

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    Klass mate.

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    ^ darts, what do you expect???


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    I am not surprised the English press made such a big deal out of that win in 2003, it was the only World Cup they had won since 1966 and I doubt they have won one since !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickmac View Post
    I am not surprised the English press made such a big deal out of that win in 2003, it was the only World Cup they had won since 1966 and I doubt they have won one since !
    We can speak English though.

    So there's that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickmac
    I am not surprised the English press made such a big deal out of that win in 2003, it was the only World Cup they had won since 1966 and I doubt they have won one since !
    2015 World Champions & 2016 World champions:



    We are also the reigning world tidlywinks champions...


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    Proud, I'm sure.



    Poofs.


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    The pursuit of illusory raspberries is the principle of the dragnet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme
    Proud, I'm sure. Poofs.



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    This was a sensible debate about World Championships; what has suddenly gone wrong with the thread???

    Let's try and get back on track:



    Is that an Aussie holding the silver medal?

    Blimey, these two world champions have been on the sunscreen:






    But, enough of this, let's get back to the big one:


    (Full of beer?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    But, enough of this, let's get back to the big one:
    Stoke on Trent winning the darts - as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobo746 View Post
    Klass mate.
    Australia has only had the "benefit" of British influence for 246 years, it's obviously not ready for darts (but strangely enough more than ready for most of the real sports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickmac
    it's obviously not ready for darts
    Shifters - the bloody lot of youse.


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