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Fallon Sherrock will be among the leading names to be involved at the PDC Women's Series which will restart in late August with an expanded 12 event format which will take in Niedernhausen, Milton Keynes and Barnsley.
With tournaments clashing though on the WDF circuit including the Welsh Open, Sherrock has pinned her colours to the mast and urged players to get involved with the riches that the Women's Series can bring including World Championship and Grand Slam spots.
The PDC Women's Series is set to return during 2021 with 12 events confirmed across Europe from August to October.
Places in the 2021/22 PDC World Darts Championship like last year will be on the line for the top two players based on prize money occured over the 12 tournaments.
While two spots in the 2021 Grand Slam of Darts set to take place in November will also be confirmed from this system from the final two weekends with the most prize money from Events 5-8 counting for one and 9-12 for the second place.
Events 1-4 sees the Women's Series visit Germany for the first time with Niedernhausen, a usual venue for ProTour and Challenge Tour taking in the first action between August 28-29.
Events 5-8 will be played at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes between September 25-26, while it will then conclude with Events 9-12 at Barnsley Metrodome between October 23-24.
£60,000 in prize money will be on offer over the 12 events, while the final two weekends are set to be broadcast on PDCTV.
Last year saw Lisa Ashton and Deta Hedman, two of the leading names in ladies darts take to the Alexandra Palace stage in a hotly contested conclusion to the initial events, with Fallon Sherrock just missing out on a return to the Palace.
Who will claim the spots this time around with the tour now expanded?