Fallon Sherrock will compete in the Dutch Darts Masters later this week at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. However, the PDC Women’s Series begins the next weekend on Saturday.

Sherrock is second on the Women’s Series Order of Merit after eight tournaments, with a wide lead over third-placed Lorraine Winstanley. However, Winstanley might make up ground on the ‘Queen of the Palace’ the next weekend.

If Sherrock loses in the first round of the World Series of Darts tournament on Friday, she will be flown to Barnsley on Saturday. She must be present at the venue by 09:30 a.m. at the latest to register.

If the former Lakeside finalist wins her first match, she will miss at least two Women’s Series tournaments. In that situation, Sherrock intends to compete just on Sunday in the Women’s Series.

Sherrock will use the Women’s Series to qualify for the Grand Slam of Darts, the PDC World Darts Championship, and the Women’s World Matchplay.

The two best players on the final ranking after twenty Women’s Series tournaments get an invitation for the two former majors.

Speaking to Online Darts ahead of the US Darts Masters, the Milton Keynes ace revealed she will be pulling double duty, creating a quandary for the in-demand darting sensation.

“I’m trying to do as much as I can when I’m at the Women’s Series so I haven’t got to worry about it. But I think it’s going to have to get to the point where I’m going to have to play these events and if I don’t do well, fly back or drive and play so I’m going to be knackered but if it’s something I need to do, I’m going to have to do it.”

“The one in Germany there is pretty much no chance. I’m hoping I don’t need to be there, but if I need to be there I will try my best.”