After making a series of performances to predominate on Monday in the united kingdom & Ireland Womens qualifier at Wigan fallon Sherrock will make her Alexandra Palace debut next month.
Former Lakeside finalist Sherrock has enjoyed a season on the BDO circuit and she caps it off.
The 25-year-old will probably be joined by womens world champion Mikuru Suzuki at the capital following month, after the celebrity progressed through the Rest of the World Womens qualifier at Hildesheim final weekend.
They will become the girls respectively to incorporate at a PDC World Championship, following in the footsteps of Anastasia Dobromyslova Gayl King and Lisa Ashton.
Sherrock was in excellent form boasting the tournament average of 43 competitors and dropping three legs in her three matches.
She claimed the scalp of last seasons World Championship finalist Lorraine Winstanley 6-3, that was sandwiched in between whitewash wins over Kirsty Chubb and Lisa Brosnan, with Sherrock averaging a dazzling 99.10 from Brosnan.
This set up a showdown against womens world champion Ashton after The Lancashire Rose had seen in her bid Rachel Brooks and Deta Hedman.
Sherrock made a start, racing to a 4-0 lead with a remarkable 109 average. Ashton reduced the arrears with some blistering of its own to 5-4, however the Milton Keynes celebrity held her own to prevail having a 91 average.
Sherrock faced Natalie Gilbert in seeing Natasha Richards, Alexandra Howard, Mandy Smith and Denise Cassidy off en course, at the final, who dropped just four legs.
But, Sherrock halted Gilberts fairy-tale run in the closing, who dared 6-3 to ensure himself a minimum of #7,500 of qualifying for the tournament by virtue.
Earlier Benito van de Pas was one of 3 men to secure their place in Alexandra Palace month via the PDPA Tour Card Holder Qualifier.
Luke Humphries victory over 17-year-old Adam Gawlas in the World Youth Championship guaranteed of last night that three qualification spots are available from Van de Pas and the qualifier came alongside Matthew Edgar and Kevin Burness.
Van de Pas – a three-time winner about the PDC Pro Tour, kicked off his bid that was inaugural using a victory John Michael, with trailed 4-2 at one stage.
Big Ben subsequently saw off his fellow Dutchman Yordi Meeuwisse, former UK Open finalist Barrie Bates and 2018 UK Open semi-finalist Robert Owen, beating the Welshman 7-4 having a 99.60 moderate to guard his sixth successive Ally Pally look.
Burness will feature in this occasion for the second successive year after making a series of screens in eligibility.
Proceedings opened with victory over child Niels Zonneveld, before edging out Reece Robinson in an excellent contest which saw both guys moderate.
The Northern Irishman then triumphed in another decider against Mario Robbe, before visiting Bradley Brooks off to secure his own qualification and easing important winner Robert Thornton.
Edgar – that qualified for last years tournament through the Pro Tour Order of Merit, battled with Gary Eastwood and past Tytus Kanik in his opening ties, before easing past German youngster Christian Bunse 6-2.
This setup a tussle against Adam Hunt – who came through this past years PDPA qualifier, although Hunt was not able to complete the double with Edgar running out a winner.
Jamie Lewis – a semi-finalist in Alexandra Palace two decades back, was among several stars to miss out on eligibility.
Christian Kist and former BDO world champions Mark Webster suffered disappointment in World Cup quarter-finalist Martin Schindler, along with two-time major winner Thornton, Wigan and UK Open semi-finalist Alan Norris.
PDPA Tour Card Holder Qualifier
Benito van de Pas 7-4 Robert Owen
Kevin Burness 7-3 Bradley Brooks
Matthew Edgar 7-4 Adam Hunt
UK & Ireland Womens Qualifier
Natalie Gilbert 6-2 Mandy Smith
Denise Cassidy 6-4 Sarah Roberts
Fallon Sherrock 6-0 Lisa Brosnan
Lisa Ashton 6-1 Rachel Brooks
Natalie Gilbert 6-0 Denise Cassidy
Fallon Sherrock 6-4 Lisa Ashton
Fallon Sherrock 6-3 Natalie Gilbert
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