Lisa Ashton and Deta Hedman claimed places in the William Hill World Darts Championship as the PDC Women's Series concluded on Sunday, despite Fallon Sherrock winning Event Four in Barnsley.
Ashton and Hedman had shared victories in the first two of four Women's Series events on Saturday, with Ashton then claiming her second victory of the weekend in Sunday's Event Three.
Sherrock went on to take victory in Event Four, but Hedman's run to the quarter-finals eventually proved just enough as she claimed the World Championship place by virtue of Legs Won across the four events, with the pair having tied on £2,250 on the Order of Merit.
Ashton topped the final rankings with £2,450 and continued a memorable weekend by opening Sunday's action with victory in Event Three, defeating Hedman 6-3 in the final.
She was pushed all the way by Corinne Hammond and Vicky Pruim in the latter stages, and overcame teenage talent Beau Greaves 4-2 in the last 16.
Hedman overcame Sherrock 4-3 in the Event Three quarter-finals, having earlier seen off Lorraine Winstanley, and a 5-0 whitewash of Tracy North secured her spot in the final.
Sherrock would avenge that loss to Hedman with a 4-2 victory at the same stage in Event Four, before seeing off Ashton 5-1 in the semi-finals.
She was then a 6-2 winner against Australian star Hammond in the final to claim the £1,000 top prize and complete a strong weekend at the Barnsley Metrodome.
Hammond finished in fourth place on the Order of Merit with £1,350 prize money won, with Dutch ace Aileen de Graaf - the Event Two runner-up - ending the PDC Women's Series in fifth with £1,000.
PDC Women's Series - tie for second place in Order of Merit explained
Deta Hedman & Fallon Sherrock were tied on £2,250 won.
Both secured 18 points from matches won from the last 64 onwards.
Deta Hedman won 85 legs, Fallon Sherrock won 83 legs.