Fallon Sherrock says she is relishing her debut Premier League Darts appearance in Nottingham. All eyes will be on Sherrock…
Fallon Sherrock says she is relishing her debut Premier League Darts appearance in Nottingham.
All eyes will be on Sherrock as she looks to continue her Ally Pally heroics on her return to the big stage to take on Glen Durrant as a Premier League Challenger.
Sherrock made global headlines during her ground-breaking run to the Last 32 of the recent World Championship, beating Ted Evetts to become the first female to win a match in a PDC World Championship.
She then knocked out world number 11 Mensur Suljovic before bowing out to Chris Dobey in a thrilling contest.
The 25-year-old pocketed a record £25,000 and put women’s darts firmly on the map.
Since then, Sherrock bounced back from her Q School disappointment by qualifying for the UK Open from a field of more than 200 players at the Rileys qualifier in Wolverhampton.
Sherrock is now set to play in front of her biggest crowd to date as she aims to deny Durrant crucial points.