PDC Women's Series 19-20: Beau Greaves reels in Fallon Sherrock to join Lisa Ashton at Alexandra Palace
Beau Greaves, 18, has sensationally sealed a debut appearance in the PDC World Championship via the Women's Series Order of Merit; Despite missing the first 12 events of the year, she overhauled Fallon Sherrock in second spot to take her place at Alexandra Palace alongside Lisa Ashton
Last Updated: 30/10/22 7:26pm
Teenage sensation Beau Greaves reeled in Fallon Sherrock at the Women's Series to land a spot at the World Championship at Alexandra Palace in December alongside Lisa Ashton.
The final day of Women's Series action at the Robin Park Tennis Centre in Wigan saw Greaves clinch her seventh consecutive title in supreme fashion.
The 18-year-old nailed an unbelievable 148 finish to hold throw in the seventh leg of a dramatic Event 19 final, with her nearest rival for an Ally Pally spot, 'The Queen of the Palace' Sherrock sitting on double top.
'Beau 'n Arrow' then completed a 5-3 win thanks to an 11-dart break to end the match with a record-breaking 107.86 average.
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Sherrock's hopes rested on winning Event 20, but her last 16 defeat to Mikuru Suzuki ensured Greaves' place from the Women's Series Order of Merit.
Greaves, who did not feature in the first 12 Women's Series events of the year, produced averages in the 90s in victories over Debra Watling, Evonne Taylor, Sarah Roberts and Corinne Hammond before seeing off Kirsty Hutchinson 4-2 in the quarter-finals.
She then overcame Natalie Gilbert with a 5-3 success in the semi-finals, averaging 94, before producing her best performance of the day in the decider with Sherrock.
Greaves continued her dominance in the final event with the Doncaster ace defeating Ashton 4-1 in the quarter-finals with a 102.90 average, before whitewashing Ireland's Robyn Byrne 5-0 to reach the final.
Incredibly, Greaves made it eight successive titles and 52 consecutive wins by beating former back-to-back Lakeside Women's World Champion Suzuki 5-1 in the final.
"I did not think I would get to Ally Pally. Until I go home and talk to my dad about it I think it will sink in then."
The reigning WDF Lakeside Women's World Champion will now head into her maiden PDC World Championship alongside 'The Lancashire Rose' Ashton, who was assured of her place at Alexandra Palace as the Order of Merit leader, with Sherrock missing out for only the second time.
PDC Women's Series
Sunday October 30, Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan
Fallon Sherrock 4-2 Anca Zijlstra
Lisa Ashton 4-1 Robyn Byrne
Beau Greaves 4-2 Kirsty Hutchinson
Natalie Gilbert 4-2 Anastasia Dobromyslova
Fallon Sherrock 5-3 Lisa Ashton
Beau Greaves 5-3 Natalie Gilbert
Beau Greaves 5-3 Fallon Sherrock
Robyn Byrne 4-0 Aileen de Graaf
Beau Greaves 4-1 Lisa Ashton
Mikuru Suzuki 4-3 Lorraine Winstanley
Rhian O'Sullivan 4-1 Trina Gulliver
Beau Greaves 5-0 Robyn Byrne
Mikuru Suzuki 5-3 Rhian O'Sullivan
Beau Greaves 5-1 Mikuru Suzuki