The 2023 PDC Women's Series continues in Wigan next weekend, as Beau Greaves bids to maintain her remarkable winning run at the Robin Park Tennis Centre on September 16-17.
Greaves has dominated the PDC Women's Series since returning to the circuit last August, winning 19 of the last 24 events to establish herself as the premier player in the women's game.
The 19-year-old underlined that monopoly with victory in July's Befred Women's World Matchplay, dispatching Mikuru Suzuki at Blackpool's Winter Gardens to celebrate her first televised title in the PDC.
Greaves has won her last 39 matches on the Women's Series, claiming six consecutive titles to threaten her previous record of 70 successive match wins - a record which only ended in February.
The teenage sensation has already confirmed her qualification for the 2023/24 Paddy Power World Darts Championship, although the battle to join her at Alexandra Palace will intensify next weekend.
The year's penultimate weekend of Women's Series action will see Events 17-20 take place on September 16-17, with Suzuki, Fallon Sherrock and Lisa Ashton amongst the other high-profile names in action.
With eight events remaining in 2023, a further two World Championship qualification places are on offer to the highest-ranked players on the final Women's Series Order of Merit - aside from Greaves.
Suzuki is poised to make her return to the sport's flagship event after claiming a brace of titles this year, and she currently occupies second spot, £2,600 above Sherrock in third.
Suzuki is also in pole position to join Greaves in November's Grand Slam of Darts, if the Japanese trailblazer can retain second spot on the Order of Merit following Event 24.
The race to qualify for the 2024 Betfred Women's World Matchplay will also continue in Wigan, with the top eight players on the 12-month Women's World Matchplay Order of Merit set to star in Blackpool next summer.
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 September 14.
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 September 16-17, with play getting underway from approximately 1000 BST on each day.