25 year old female darts player Fallon Sharrock as been rewarded for her history making appearance in the recent PDC World Championships by become the first female to be given a spot in all World Series Darts events in 2020.
This all comes of the back of her historic win over Ted Evetts at Alexandrea Palace earlier this month in the opening rounds of the PDC World Championships, which gifted her an automatic place in the 2020 New York Darts Masters in June.
The girl from Milton Keynes who is the five women ever to play in the Championship, but the first to actually win a game then went on to beat World number 11 Mensur Suljovic in the next round before she was later knocked out by World Number 22 Chris Dobey, but not before she had become an automatic hit with the fans for her performances.
Since then she has been included in the remaining five International World Series events, which take place in Denmark, Germany, New Zealand and two yet to be confirmed in Australia.
Speaking of last few weeks she has had, she said;
“The last week or so has been incredible for me and the reaction I've received from around the world has been crazy – I've loved every minute of it and I couldn't have asked for anything more.
“I want to keep improving my game and the World Series will be another chance for me to show what I can do.
She continued to speak about her reaction to the news of her inclusion in what as always been a very male dominated sport;
“I'm so excited to be given this opportunity and I can't wait to play on the World Series next year, being included in just the US Darts Masters was amazing enough but to now be able to go worldwide is something I could only dream of.”
“I'm really grateful for the opportunity and I hope I can carry on where I left off in the World Championship.”