Carla Molema

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Carla Molema
Personal information
Born (1988-11-30) 30 November 1988 (age 28)
Groningen, Netherlands
Home town Groningen
Organisation (see split in darts)
BDO 2006-2015
BDO majors - best performances
World Ch'ship Quarter Final: 2007, 2009
World Masters Semi Final: 2006
Zuiderduin Masters Quarter Final: 2008, 2009
Other tournament wins
Tournament Years
Antwerp Open
German Open
Swiss Open
Girls WDF Europe Youth Cup
Girls WDF Europe Cup


Carla Molema (born 30 November 1988 in Groningen) is a former Dutch female darts player.


In 2007, Molema became the youngest player at the Women's World Darts Championship, aged 18. She lost in the quarter finals to Trina Gulliver. She had previously reached the semi finals of the 2006 Women'ss World Masters, beating Anastasia Dobromyslova in the quarter finals before losing to Karin Krappen. Molema also played in a PDC ranked event, the Thialf Darts Trophy, beating Hermie van Orsouw in the first round before losing to John Lokken.

Molema originally missed out on qualifying for the 2009 Women's World Championship, but after Anastasia Dobromyslova's withdrawal and defection to the PDC, Molema was invited to the event as the highest ranked non-qualifier. She was drawn against Francis Hoenselaar in the quarter final and lost 2-0.

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