On Sunday, Beau Greaves completed another brilliant PDC Women’s Series double to cap off a historic weekend in Hildesheim.
Greaves, who was competing in her first Women’s Series event since 2020, won back-to-back titles on Saturday to earn £2,000 in prize money, and she repeated the feat emphatically on Sunday.
The WDF Women’s Champion reaffirmed her credentials with a series of stunning performances at Halle 39, registering an incredible 24-match winning streak over the weekend.
Greaves is now only £1,800 away from provisional qualification for the World Darts Championship in 2022-23, despite missing the first 12 events of this year’s Women’s Series.
The 18-year-old began Sunday’s Event 15 action with whitewash victories over Tharsissia Werinussa and Laura Turner, before surviving a match dart to edge out Lorraine Winstanley.
Greaves then defeated Priscilla Steenbergen and Deta Hedman to advance to her third consecutive final against Mikuru Suzuki, in which the pair traded blows in a high-quality contest, with Suzuki firing in two 12-darters to tie the match at three apiece.
Greaves, on the other hand, responded with back-to-back 12-darters to win a record-breaking third straight title, converting a magnificent 161 finish on the bull to win with a 95.46 average.
She maintained her early dominance in Event 16, following a crushing win over Britta Gabriel with victories over Dutch duo Sharon Straatsma-Pul and Roos van der Velde.
The Doncaster star then defeated Rhian Griffiths and Katie Sheldon to reach her fourth final of the weekend, where she will face Aileen de Graaf on Sunday.
Greaves took the early lead with legs of 13 and 14 darts, and although De Graaf cut the deficit to 4-3, the teenage sensation completed the quadruple with a 73 checkout.
The top two players in the final PDC Women’s Series Order of Merit will qualify to compete in the World Darts Championship in 2022-23, with Lisa Ashton now guaranteed a return to Alexandra Palace.
Ashton, who won seven Women’s Series titles in 2022, will also compete in the 2022 Grand Slam of Darts alongside Fallon Sherrock, as she is no longer able to be caught by De Graaf in third place.
The race to qualify for the 2023 Women’s World Matchplay also began this weekend in Germany, with Greaves getting off to a flying start in her bid to make her Winter Gardens debut.
This year’s PDC Women’s Series concludes with the fifth and final weekend in Wigan on October 29-30.