I don't look at it as a man's sport because the women play as well. It's an open sport.
— Fallon Sherrock
I'm quite proud that I've inspired so many people.
I don't have time to sit at home and not do anything. I used to just sit there and just watch TV and eat crisps. Now I don't have five minutes to do that.
You always get the odd comment, along the lines of the women are not as good as the men, and I get called a lesbian.
I can dance, a little bit.
When women play men, it brings out our better game.
Whatever happens in women's darts in the future I will be able to think I helped to achieve it.
When I started playing darts and watching more darts on TV I would say someone like Trina Gulliver definitely inspired me to carry on and keep playing.
The sky is the limit now, us women are showing that we can beat men and hopefully it will open more doors.
I think I'm a person who just makes things better.
I had a lot of negative comments, but it made me stronger and made me want to do more in my game. It made me more determined if anything.
I hope I've done women's darts proud, put women's darts on the map and given it the recognition that it deserves.
I am a normal person from Milton Keynes.
My son is going to grow up looking at the newspaper cuttings and thinking, 'Wow, my mum did this.'
I started taking medication to weaken my immune system because that is what was attacking my kidneys. The problem was when I went on different medication, I suffered side effects. And the side effects caused 'moon face,' where my face swelled up. It was a reaction.
If I saw negative comments I tried to look past them.
I haven't taken into account how much I drink. I do drink a lot when I am on stage anyway. You will see me come back and have sips of water. I haven't taken into account how much.
The more the women beat the men hopefully that will bring up more opportunities for us and then the possibilities are endless as to what can happen.
It's nice if I am called a role model, because I never thought that I would be a role model for anyone else.
No man wants to lose to a woman.
I don't take any notice of negative stuff said on social media. If anything it spurs me on more.
Spider and heights are much easier than beating a man at the Ally Pally, any day of the week!
When you play with the men, you know they don't give up.
When I went to Q school, I was walking into a tournament where 500 other players all wanted the same thing as me.
I've always had darts around me growing up because my family has always played it.
I haven't set myself any goals or targets because I am taking each day as it comes. But who is to say that I can't be a world champion, or do anything that I put my mind to?
I've got good family support.
Trolls online are constantly giving you sexist comments.
I try to help people as much as I can.
My son is always up early.
I'm constantly drinking a lot of water to flush my kidneys out. That helps my body.
About six months after I had my little boy in April 2014, I ended up getting a kidney disease.
I'm not going to dwell on what someone has said if it doesn't affect my life. I think that attitude helps to strengthen my character.
Nando's is my pre-match meal. I have the butterfly chicken, mash and coleslaw.
If people want to put the pressure on me that fine but I don't put pressure on myself - that is where pressure comes from.
Once I get up on stage, I will have to forget who I am playing and focus on the game itself.
Every time I play darts I try to keep my poker face on and stay focused until that last dart has gone in.
Can I eat bugs? Yes no problem.
I could be two sets, two legs down but I wouldn't think that. I take each leg as it comes.
To any young women out there who might be thinking about taking up darts, I would just say, 'Go for it.'
Us women, we can play darts.
I know how to zone myself in and just play the game.
I think I'm an enjoyable person to be around.
I don't look like the stereotypical darts player, do I?
There are women who can play at my standard, if not better, and they can beat men, too, so it would be nice to see them do it as well.
If I can be a role model and leader, I am happy to do that.
I don't even know what a feminist is.
When I play on stage, I have to drink a glass of water.
Ally Pally has been amazing for me.
I've beaten two of the best players in the world, and if that doesn't say that women can't play darts I don't know what can.