2023 PDC Women's Series resumes this weekend

Beau Greaves (Taylor Lanning/PDC)

The 2023 PDC Women's Series resumes this weekend, as Beau Greaves returns to action following her Betfred Women's World Matchplay success in Blackpool.

Greaves stormed to victory on Sunday in the second Women's World Matchplay, relinquishing just four legs in wins over Noa-Lynn van Leuven, Robyn Byrne and Mikuru Suzuki to clinch the £10,000 top prize at the Winter Gardens.

This capped off an extraordinary 12-month spell for the teenage star, who also won 15 of the 20 Women's Series events held over the last year to become the most successful player in Women's Series history.

Greaves will now be aiming to continue her winning run in Milton Keynes this weekend, as the race to qualify for the 2024 Women's World Matchplay begins at the Marshall Arena - watch live on PDCTV.

The year's fourth weekend of Women's Series action will see Events 13-16 take place on July 29-30, and all eight Women's World Matchplay participants will feature, including Sunday's runner-up Suzuki and last year's champion Fallon Sherrock.

Four-time Women's World Champion Lisa Ashton also stars as she eyes a first Women's Series title of 2023, having seen her tally of 14 event wins surpassed by Greaves last month, while emerging talent Robyn Byrne bids to continue her rise following an impressive big stage debut at the Empress Ballroom.

The top eight players on the 12-month Women's World Matchplay Order of Merit will qualify for next year's Betfred Women's World Matchplay, with the race to qualify for that tournament beginning in Milton Keynes on Saturday, with a total of 12 PDC Women’s Series events remaining across three weekends in 2023.

Greaves' Women's World Matchplay victory has seen her secure qualification for November's Grand Slam of Darts, while she will also return to Alexandra Palace to compete in the 2023/24 Paddy Power World Darts Championship in December.

The top-ranked player from the final PDC Women's Series Order of Merit - aside from Greaves - will join the Doncaster darter at the Grand Slam of Darts, with a further two World Championship qualification places also up for grabs.

Entries for the PDC Women's Series, costing £25 per event, are still available through the PDC Entry System. Entries close at 1400 BST on Thursday July 27.

New players must register their details at this link. Following your registration, you will receive an email to confirm that you are available to enter tournaments, and at this stage you can login to make your entry to the relevant events. This verification may take up to 48 hours.

The PDC Women's Series will be streamed through PDCTV with live coverage throughout each event on July 29-30, with play getting underway from approximately 1000 BST on each day.