Fallon Sherrock and Natalie Gilbert declare a title apiece because the Ladies’s Sequence season concluded in Wigan, however Sherrock steals present in Sunday’s double-header; Subsequent up is the seventeenth staging of the Grand Slam of Darts from 11-19 November in Wolverhampton
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Fallon Sherrock sealed her qualification for the 2023 Grand Slam of Darts after clinching her third PDC Ladies’s Sequence title of the weekend on Sunday, as Tamworth’s Natalie Gilbert ended the 12 months with success in Occasion 24.
Previous to the 12 months’s sixth PDC Ladies’s Sequence weekend, Sherrock trailed Mikuru Suzuki by £2,200 on the Order of Benefit, however she sealed her Grand Slam spot with an occasion to spare following her Occasion 23 exploits.
Sherrock celebrated back-to-back wins on Saturday to ascertain a £1,500 buffer over Suzuki, who suffered a slender first spherical defeat to Deta Hedman in Occasion 23.
This meant a run to the semi-finals would give Sherrock an unassailable benefit in second spot, and the previous Nordic Darts Masters finalist delivered the products to substantiate her Wolverhampton return.
The 29-year-old confirmed her Grand Slam qualification with a 3rd straight victory over Beau Greaves – the Ladies’s Sequence Order of Benefit chief.
Sherrock continued her cost with a 5-1 demolition of Angela Kirkwood within the final 4, and she or he wrapped up a fifth Ladies’s Sequence success of 2023 – and a fourth in a row – with a 5-3 win in opposition to Rhian O’Sullivan.
An emotional Gilbert rounded off the marketing campaign with Occasion 24 glory to turn out to be the tenth participant to win a PDC Ladies’s Sequence title because the tour’s inception in 2020.
The 40-year-old saved her cool to wrap up a landmark victory in opposition to Lorraine Winstanley within the Occasion 24 showpiece.
Regardless of an underwhelming finish to her marketing campaign, Greaves completed high of the Ladies’s Sequence Order of Benefit with £29,400, having received a record-breaking 12 titles all year long.
Greaves, who additionally lifted the Ladies’s World Matchplay title in July, will make her Grand Slam debut in November, though she has chosen to not compete at this 12 months’s World Darts Championship.
Sherrock’s haul of 5 titles noticed her end second on the Ladies’s Sequence Order of Benefit with £17,200, which is able to see her compete at each the Grand Slam and World Darts Championship.
Sherrock shall be joined at Alexandra Palace by Suzuki, who completed on £13,600 following her hat-trick of wins in 2023, as she returns to the game’s flagship occasion following her debut in 2019/2020.
2023 PDC Ladies’s Sequence
Sunday October 15
The Robin Park Tennis Centre
Angela Kirkwood 5-3 Rose Mort
Fallon Sherrock 5-3 Beau Greaves
Rhian O’Sullivan 5-0 Kirsi Viinikainen
Kirsty Hutchinson 5-2 Roos van der Velde
Fallon Sherrock 5-1 Angela Kirkwood
Rhian O’Sullivan 5-2 Kirsty Hutchinson
Fallon Sherrock 5-3 Rhian O’Sullivan
Kirsty Hutchinson 5-3 Robyn Byrne
Natalie Gilbert 5-3 Noa-Lynn van Leuven
Beau Greaves 5-2 Vicky Pruim
Lorraine Winstanley 5-2 Casey Gallagher
Natalie Gilbert 5-4 Kirsty Hutchinson
Lorraine Winstanley 5-3 Beau Greaves
Natalie Gilbert 5-3 Lorraine Winstanley
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