Suzuki and Sherrock celebrate victory on Day Two of the 2024 PDC Women’s Series

Mikuru Suzuki won the first event on Sunday eventually getting over the line and claiming the £2,000 winning prize after a 5 legs to 4 win over Deta Hedman in the final with an average of just over 80. This was Suzuki’s 5th Women’s Series triumph.

The Japanese superstar came through a strong field defeating Teri-Frances Kidwell in the first round and compatriot Kaori Sagwa in the second round without dropping a leg. Lorraine Winstanley proved a bit more of a test for Suzuki in the last 32 but she was able to win 4-2 before registering her highest average of 93.07 in beating Desiree Geel in the last 16 by the same score line of 4-2.

Suzuki won her fifth Women’s Series title on Sunday.

Next up for Suzuki was another compatriot in the shape of Yukie Sakaguchi and despite it becoming best of 9 it didn’t bother Miracle as she won by 5 legs to 2. Mikuru would face another tough test in the Semi-Final with Fallon Sherrock standing in her way of making a final. Sherrock who was full of confidence after winning on Saturday went 3-0 up before Suzuki reeled off 4 legs herself to take a lead and despite the Queen of the Palace forcing a last leg decider it was Suzuki who ran out as the winner clinching it with a 15 dart leg.

In the final Suzuki found herself 3-0 and 4-2 up only to be pegged back by Hedman who forced a last leg decider. Both players missed championship darts in the decider with Suzuki eventually getting over the line pinning double 10 at the fourth attempt in the last leg.

In the final event of the weekend it was Fallon Sherrock who backed up her victory in event 1 to claim her 17th Women’s Series. Sherrock showed her dominance throughout averaging over 91 for the event and only dropping 5 legs on the way to the title.

The Queen of the Palace overcame 2 time world champion Beau Greaves in the final by 5 legs to 1 in a repeat of the first final of the weekend.

Fallon followed up her win on Saturday with her 17th series win on Sunday

To get to the final Sherrock got the better of Rhiannon Graham in the first round before beating Mozhgan Rahmani in the last 64 both matches by 4 legs to nil. In the last 32 Sherrock beat Adriana van Wijgerden-Vermaat by 4 legs to 2.

The last 16 saw a clash of Saturday’s winners as Sherrock faced Noa-Lynn van Leuven. It was Sherrock who came out on top 4 -1 with an 86.96 average. Sherrock then turned on the class for the closing rounds of the tournament as she recorded a 92.78 average in whitewashing Kirsi Viinikainen in the Quarter-Final before upping her game again to dispatch of Desiree Geel in the Semi-Final 5-1 with a 97.47 before completing the job against last year’s table topping Beau Greaves.

The next block of 4 events take place in Wigan on April 20th and 21st as the race to finish top of the ranking intensifies. The top ranked woman at the end of the 24 series events will be invited to play in the Grand Slam of Darts.

Women’s Series Event 3 Results


Mikuru Suzuki 5|2 Yukie Sakaguchi
Fallon Sherrock 5|2 Rhian O’Sullivan
Deta Hedman 5|3 Kirsi Viinikainen
Lorraine Hyde 5|4 Noa-Lynn van Leuven

Mikuru Suzuki 5|4 Fallon Sherrock
Deta Hedman 5|2 Lorraine Hyde

Mikuru Suzuki 5|4 Deta Hedman

Women’s Series Event 4 Results

Desiree Geel 5|3 Maria O’Brien
Fallon Sherrock 5|0 Kirsi Viinikainen
Mikuru Suzuki 5|2 Kim Holden
Beau Greaves 5|1 Deta Hedman

Fallon Sherrock 5|1 Desiree Geel
Beau Greaves 5|2 Mikuru Suzuki

Fallon Sherrock 5|1 Beau Greaves