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Fallon Sherrock faces a daunting task heading into the third day of PDC Qualifying School in Milton Keynes. “The Queen of the Palace” is trying to win a PDC tour card, but will need a big day on Tuesday to make it to the final stage.

Last updated: 01/10/22 2:01 PM

Sherrock hopes to earn 128-person PDC Pro Tour membership

Fallon Sherrock was beaten in the third round on day two of the 2022 PDC Q-School stage one in Milton Keynes.

“The Queen of the Palace,” who became the first player to win a match at the PDC World Championship, is trying to win a PDC Tour card at the seven-day event. After losing her first round on Sunday, she clinched two wins on Monday, against Adrian Devine (5-2) and Steve Haggerty (5-4).

However, she fell to former BDO Junior World Champion Joshua Richardson 5-2, who averaged over 100, in his third competition.

Sherrock will have another chance on Tuesday to advance to the finals. If she doesn’t automatically qualify, her Monday wins could prove to be decisive, as players can also go through a first-leg order of merit.

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Wayne Mardle explained why he thinks Fallon Sherrock’s current form is not good enough to deserve a place in the Premier League

Wayne Mardle explained why he thinks Fallon Sherrock’s current form is not good enough to deserve a place in the Premier League

Three-time world champion John Part was another player to fall for in the round of 16, losing to Scotland’s Nathan Girvan 5-1.

PDC 2022 Qualifying School: Fallon Sherrock left with a tough task after day two loss |  Darts News

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Q-School explained

More than 650 players are participating in the PDC 2022 Qualifying Schools from January 9 to 15, with 32 Tour Cards on offer for players to secure a spot on the PDC Tour for 2022 and 2023.

The competitions are split between Milton Keynes and Niedernhausen in Germany.

During the first stage, which will take place from January 9 to 11, 128 players will advance to the final phase.

Eight players per day will automatically qualify, with all other places going to the first stage order of merit players in each region.

A total of 32 PDC Tour Cards will be offered in the Finals from January 12-15, with each of the daily winners in the UK and Europe receiving an automatic Tour Card.

The remaining 24 Tour Cards will be awarded to the UK and EU Q School Finals Orders of Merit players, and prorated to the total number of participants in each region.




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