Fallon Sherrock Wiki-Biography
She became the first female darts player to win a match at the PDC World Darts Championship, by defeating Ted Evetts 3–2. Fallon Sherrock has made darts history, beating Ted Evetts 3-2 to become the first woman to win a PDC world championship match. The 25-year-old hit six 180s and landed a 91.12 average on her way to victory, sealed with a nerveless double 18 that sent Alexandra Palace into raptures.
Born 1 July 1994Buckinghamshire, England
Home town Milton Keynes England
Walk-on music Last Friday Night by Katy Perry
Current world ranking (BDO Women) 4
BDO majors – best performances
World Ch’ship Runner Up: 2015
World Masters Runner Up 2014
World Darts Trophy Winner (1): 2018
Other tournament wins
Girls World Masters 2012
WDF Girls World Cup 2011
BDO Gold Cup 2015, 2017
Sherrock was the Girls World Masters winner in 2012 along with the Women’s Jersey Open, before following it up with success in the Women’s British Classic in 2013.
She appeared at the BDO World Darts Championship for the first time in January 2014, where she made the Quarter Final. She beat Rilana Erades in round one by 2 sets to 0 and was just one dart away from knocking out reigning champion Anastasia Dobromyslova in the Quarter Final before succumbing 2-1 in sets.
World Championship Result
- 2014: Quarter Final (lost to Anastasia Dobromyslova 1–2)
- 2015: Runner Up (lost to Lisa Ashton 1–3)
- 2016: Last 16 (lost to Ann-Louise Peters 1–2)
- 2017: Quarter Final (lost to Lisa Ashton 0–2)
- 2018: Quarter Final (lost to Lisa Ashton 0–2)
- 2019: Quarter Final (lost to Maria O’Brien 0–2)
- 2020: First Round; (Beat Ted Evetts 3-2)
Sherrock’s twin sister, Felicia, also plays darts and the pair represented England Youth at the WDF Europe Cup Youth in 2011.