2023 PDC Women's Series concludes in Wigan this weekend

Mikuru Suzuki (Taylor Lanning/PDC)

The 2023 PDC Women’s Series concludes this weekend, as some of the biggest names in the women's game compete for places in the 2023/24 Paddy Power World Darts Championship.

Wigan's Robin Park Tennis Centre will play host to Events 21-24 on October 14-15, with over 80 players set to star on a crucial weekend in the race for World Championship qualification.

The most recent PDC Women's Series weekend in September saw Beau Greaves, Mikuru Suzuki, Fallon Sherrock and Lisa Ashton each pick up a title, and the quartet will all headline this weekend's finale.

Women’s World Matchplay winner Greaves has chosen not to compete at this year’s World Darts Championship, therefore her place will be allocated to the Tour Card Holder Qualifier in November.

Despite this, there are still two qualification spots available this weekend, with the top two players behind Greaves on the Women's Series Order of Merit set to book their places at Alexandra Palace.

Japanese star Suzuki is poised to seal her return to the capital, boasting a £2,200 lead over Sherrock after scooping her third Women's Series title of 2023 at Event 17 last month.

Sherrock occupies the other provisional qualification place after securing her second Women's Series success of 2023 at Event 20, which has seen her establish a £2,150 lead over her closest rival Ashton.

The four-time Lakeside Champion has enjoyed a resurgent run since July's Women's World Matchplay, ending her 15-month wait for a Women's Series crown with Event 18 glory.

Rhian O'Sullivan and Robyn Byrne - both winners on the Women's Series circuit in 2023 - will also feature in Wigan, alongside Dutch duo Aileen de Graaf and Noa-Lynn van Leuven, and three-time Lakeside Champion Anastasia Dobromyslova.

There is also a place in November's Grand Slam of Darts up for grabs this weekend, with Suzuki currently in pole position to join Greaves in the 32-player field at Wolverhampton's WV Active Aldersley.

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 October 12.

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.

Events 21-24 will be streamed live on PDCTV throughout the weekend, with play getting underway from approximately 1000 BST on each day.