Greaves, known by the moniker “Beau ‘n’ Arrow,” won her eighth straight title in Wigan on Sunday, extending her winning streak on the PDC Women’s Series to 52 matches.

The 18-year-old, who was absent from the first 12 races of the year, kept up her unstoppable form to guarantee an Ally Pally debut in December.

She won Events 19 and 20 to join Order of Merit leader Lisa Ashton in qualifying.

Greaves said: “It’s a massive achievement. It’s sort of a dream come true. I think it’s a pivotal moment but obviously, when I do get there [to Alexandra Palace] I will enjoy every second of it.

“I just think it’s a bonus really. Obviously to do that for ladies’ darts in itself is amazing. I don’t really have the words for it.

“I couldn’t believe it because I never, ever thought that I would actually do that. It seems a bit surreal that I’m going to be one of those few that actually have the opportunity to go and play at Ally Pally.”

Since she was ten years old, Greaves, of Doncaster, has defeated men in darts leagues.

Now that she is the current WDF Lakeside Women’s World Champion, Greaves will have the opportunity to compete against players like Michael van Gerwen, Gerwyn Price, and title-holder Peter Wright on the biggest stage of them all.

So asked what would be her dream draw, Greaves replied: “I have not got a clue. Honestly, I’m not bothered at all. Getting there and playing to a good standard is enough for me. It all depends, doesn’t it? I wouldn’t have a clue who I could draw and whatever, but let’s see.”

She later added: “I don’t fear anyone because getting there is just a bit of a bonus. I’ve had my ups and downs but to get there at 18 is massive for me. I’ll go home and practice and do what I normally do. The main thing is just looking forward to playing there and not thinking ‘who am I going to play’ or dreading it. I want to go there and look forward to going on stage.”

Speaking about the support she received during the Women’s Series, Greaves said: “It’s been amazing. Everyone wants to get to Ally Pally, but for those who do make it, people support you and they do say ‘well done’ and give you hugs.”

Greaves, who also produced her second ton-plus average of the day in a 4-1 victory over ‘The Lancashire Rose’ Ashton en route to winning Event 20, now hopes to do some damage at Ally Pally.