WDF World Champion, Beau Greaves will play at the Alexandra Palace this December with her PDC World Darts Championship debut set after producing the unthinkable having only played eight PDC Women's Series tournaments this season winning seven of them (so far).
Greaves missed the first 12 tournaments and decided to turn up during the last block in Hildesheim sweeping the field which did not include Fallon Sherrock - who was on World Series of Darts duty in Australia and New Zealand.
But the decision to take this invite in the end will be heavily discussed with Greaves coming into this weekend with a small gap out of nowhere which was made up by winning the last three tournaments including her sensational final win in Event 19 against 'The Queen of the Palace' with a 107 average.
The equation as a result was simple for the 18-year-old superstar which was equal or better Sherrock's run and the spot was hers and with Mikuru Suzuki dumping out the Milton Keynes trailblazer 4-2 with a 93 average, Greaves who is still involved playing Rachel Brooks has her spot.
She will now join 'The Lancashire Rose' Lisa Ashton with Sherrock missing out for only the second time.