Maureen Flowers (born 5 December 1946 from London) is a retired English professional darts player who was for many years the number-one female darts player in the 1980s. Flowers grew up in Norton Green, Stoke-on-Trent. She grew up learning to play darts in her father's pub. She won the Ladies National Pairs with her friend Yvonne Allen. Flowers began competing in the Indoor League, a first for televised darts, from 1976 and later became the first professional female darts player. She won the (NAODT) three years in the Ladies' Singles category: 1977, 1979, and 1981. Twice a World Masters finalist, Flowers lost on both occasions to in and in . At the WDF World Cup in , she did win the Women's Pairs (with ) and Women's Overall events. Sponsored by Unicorn, Flowers designed her own signature darts. Flowers appeared on the UK television show 'Bullseye' in 1987 to score 330 for charity which was doubled to £660. In 1988, Flowers quit professional darts. In 1996, she was entered into the National Darts Hall of Fame. From 1978 to 1987, Flowers was in a relationship with Eric Bristow. Flowers was also the first manager of Bristow's protégé, Phil Taylor, during the late 1980s and early 1990s.