OCHE QUEEN Fallon Sherrock cannot wait to play in front of a UK crowd again after qualifying for the Grand Slam of Darts.
The 27-year-old won three events over the weekend at the PDC Women’s Series in Milton Keynes.
That ensured she finished top of the Order of Merit standings with £4,300 prize money.
And it means Sherrock – who smashed Lisa Ashton 5-0 in the final of event six – will now play the popular PDC major in Wolverhampton in Milton Keynes.
Sherrock will strike fear into the hearts of the field given she became the first woman to beat men at world darts level in December 2019 at Ally Pally.
Sherrock said: “I’m absolutely buzzing.
“I can’t wait to play in front of a crowd again – I love it.
“I’m really pleased.
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“I’ve had a tough day – getting to the final twice and losing is going to play on your mind.
“But I’m happy I could pull out that performance.
“When you keep losing to the same person it does grind on you.
“But I see myself as the same kind of quality and I know I can pull it back.
“I don’t know where I’ve pulled that from because I’m absolutely shattered, but you relax more and are not over-thinking.”
Fallon Sherrock makes history as she becomes first woman to EVER beat a man at a World Darts Championship