In Charlotte she was sluggish, but still managed to play well for most of the day going 20-1 against a tough field to win the event and punch her ticket for the ADO's National Playoff in Denver, CO. There, she will compete for a spot on Team USA in the 2017 WDF World Cup in Japan.
The following day she was back home as the Greater Greenville Dart Girls hosted the talented ladies of Lake Norman, NC. Sandy was joined by Tia Rogers, Haley Scott, Gin Knight, Sara Warpinski, Candice Curran, Teresa Cepek and fellow K-Girl Candra Archbold. In the end the local girls prevailed 14-4 and pushed their win streak in the series to 21 straight, the longest streak in Cup history. The NC/SC Ladies Challenge Cup illustrious history dates back 35 years.
Sandy's sponsors are some great people with amazing products, Ian and Simon at Winmau, Tsuyoshi at L-Style Global, Dotsie at Spider Tech, Blake at Flying Bull Darts and Jack and Holly at Dutchman Darts.