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PDC Women's Series: Fallon Sherrock and Lisa Ashton claim Sunday wins in Wigan

Sherrock, who won Event Three on the opening weekend of the Women's Series in Barnsley last month, had exited at the semi-final and last-64 stage in Saturday's two events, but the 'Queen of the Palace' was back to her best as she whitewashed Lorraine Hyde, Kim Holden and Tracy North 4-0 in the first three rounds.
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Fallon Sherrock: 'Queen of the Palace' beaten at Q School, ending hopes of PDC Tour Card

Fallon Sherrock's ambitions of winning a PDC Tour Card are over after the 'Queen of the Palace' lost her second match on the final day of Q School on Saturday. Sherrock, who defeated Wes Newton to book her place in the Final Stage of UK Q School, has endured a difficult last few days in Milton Keynes with early defeats to Danny Lauby, Josh Richardson and Justin Smith.
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Fallon Sherrock: 'The Queen of the Palace' falls early at Q School, leaving her hopes resting on final day

Fallon Sherrock will need to win the event on the final day of Q School in order to earn her PDC Tour Card after suffering another early exit in Milton Keynes on Friday. 'The Queen of the Palace' defeated Wes Newton 5-2 to book her place in the Final Stage of UK Q School, but the 27-year-old has found things difficult in her attempts of securing a Tour Card and joining the Professional Tour.
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Fallon Sherrock beaten by Danny Lauby in first match of PDC Q School final stage

The 'Queen of the Palace' is bidding to become just the second woman, after Lisa Ashton in 2020, to win a PDC Tour Card and join the 128-strong Pro Tour. One of 128 players competing for 32 places, Sherrock opened up against 29-year-old Lauby, but slipped to a comprehensive defeat to miss her first chance to earn a spot.
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Fallon Sherrock: What does 2022 have in store for darting superstar?

Sherrock turned into a darting superstar almost overnight at the 2020 World Championship as she became the first woman to beat a man at Alexandra Palace, edging out Ted Evetts before stunning 11th seed Mensur Suljovic to reach round three. The coronavirus pandemic threatened to derail her momentum, yet she...
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World Darts Championship: Fallon Sherrock in positive spirits as she vows to bounce back

The Grand Slam quarter-finalist made a blistering start, only to be edged out 3-2 by an impressive Beaton, who was making his 31st consecutive World Championship appearance. Both players performed magnificently as they shared the opening two sets, but Sherrock was unable to sustain that brilliance, as 'The Bronzed Adonis' utilised his vast experience to progress.
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Fallon Sherrock knocked out of PDC world championship by Steve Beaton

Fallon Sherrock’s dreams of repeating her PDC world championship heroics were dashed by veteran Steve Beaton at Alexandra Palace. Sherrock was making her first appearance since her history-making run in 2019 when she beat Ted Evetts and Mensur Suljovic to become the first woman to win a match in the tournament. But her hopes of sinking the 1996 champion Beaton – who was making a record 31st appearance – fell flat as the 57-year-old defied the boos to claim a 3-2 win.
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